Giveaway: Tickets to Paul Barrère and Fred Tackett, the Guitarists of Little Feat, at Outpost in the Burbs

Paul Barrère and Fred TackettOutpost in the Burbs presents Paul Barrère and Fred Tackett, the guitarists of Little Feat this Thursday, April 3, and Baristanet is giving away two tickets to one lucky reader.

From the first time they played “Dixie Chicken” nearly 35 years ago, renowned Little Feat guitar players Paul Barrère and Fred Tackett have been making legendary music. Following spectacular careers leading Little Feat, and playing with artists like Bonnie Raitt, Bob Dylan and Taj Mahal, these two guitar virtuosos are together again. Now an acoustic duo, they bring a rare opportunity for audiences to savor songs from the Little Feat catalogue and much more, all with their distinctly different artistic stamp.

 

Opening for this show will be Patrick Dyer Wolf, originally from Cedar Grove, who now resides in New York City. The front-man for the band Goodnight, Texas, will perform a solo-set to open this show.

Patrick Dyer Wolf

 

 

Outpost in the BurbsWant to see Paul Barrère and Fred Tackett with opener Patrick Dyer Wolf on Thursday night? Tell us why you deserve the tickets in comments by tonight, Monday, March 31 at 9 pm EST and we’ll randomly choose a winner to see the show this Thursday, April 3 at 8 pm at Outpost in The Burbs.

Paul Barrère and Fred Tackett with opener Patrick Dyer Wolf
Outpost at The Burbs, 67 Church Street, Montclair, NJ 07042
Thursday, April 3 at 8 pm 
Tickets are $32 and can be purchased online here.

 

 

 

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12 COMMENTS

  1. I don’t think I’ve heard them play acoustic. hubby and I would love to go- please pick us!

  2. I saw Captain Beefheart at Town Hall in about ’72 and Little Feat in Chicago sometime after that. I can’t remember more than three chords from either concert. I want to take my moderately adult son to hear these two guys; he loves blues and jazz. As for me, I hope it will re-fire my memory.

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