Concerts in the Attic & Southside Preservation Hall Present
"She shares mature songs in an appealing, often yearning voice, saying a lot in a few words. Her country songs are consistently exquisite and intelligent." - County Line Magazine
Heather Little was born in north-central Texas, and grew up around Austin and Dallas and all the music that thrives there. She is the co-writer of “Gunpowder and Lead” and “Me and Charlie Talkin'”, both recorded by Miranda Lambert; Sunny Sweeney’s “Helluva Heart”; and “Minefield,” on Travis Meadows’s album Killin’ Uncle Buzzy. And now you can hear more of her songwriting on Lindsey Harding’s album Sound of My Heart (including the title track)!
“Prigmore started out doing live music as a lark, then as a way to make a living, and now it’s a compulsion. You can feel it in every note, in the expressive guitar and powerful, gritty vocals. You can’t fake this kind of thing.” - Fort Worth Star-Telegram
Stefan Prigmore has been creating and performing music since his teenage years, following his father into the business in the same way he learned from his father in the woods and the river. The joy Stefan finds in the outdoors and the gratitude he shows on the stage are part of the same values that persevere in his music today. Stefan's sound is a rustic and approachable blend of Americana, folk, and roots. Audiences comment that his lyrics are stark and sincere, and his voice is dynamic and distinctive.
HEATHER LITTLE & STEFAN PRIGMORE
LIVE AT THE ROSE CHAPEL
SOUTHSIDE PRESERVATION HALL
1519 Lipscomb St, Ft. Worth, Tx. 76104
Thursday, October 28, 2021
Show Time 7pm
2nd Set 8:15
Song Circle 9pm
Concerts in the Attic is proud to partner with Southside Preservation Hall to present Heather Little and Stefan Prigmore in the first of our series of house concerts in the intimate setting of the Rose Chapel.
As part of the move to the new venue, we’re bringing back the CITA traditions of potluck and fellowship prior to the concert and at intermission, and a song circle following the concert!
Due to the rise in the Delta Variant of COVID-19, we will be using a staggered seating plan and limited capacity. Masks and social distancing are highly recommended and encouraged while moving about the facility.
BYOB. Yes, you may have drinks in the chapel, but please drink responsibly and be careful not to spill.
Bring your favorite potluck dish if you'd like. We'll have a table for the food with paper plates, napkins and plasticware.
We'll have a song circle immediately after the show. Feel free to bring your instrument and join in.