Darden Smith & Walt Wilkins
June 26, 2021 @ 7:30 pm – 10:30 pm
Singer-songwriters, Darden Smith and Walt Wilkins, will share the Arcadia Stage for a Song Swap on June 26th! Smith is known for his lyricism and contemporary take on Americana/Folk. Wilkins is a returning artist to the Arcadia who wowed the crowd at his Red River Song Swap last fall.
We have paired and group seating available.
On our Main Floor:
Tables, each for a group of 4; our Drink Rail for a group of up to 8.
Masks requested. Paired seating. Full bar available.
We’d be happy to help.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call the office 830-315-5483.
About the artists:
“His dozen critically acclaimed albums, recorded from New York to Nashville and London to Los Angeles, weave together rock, pop, country, folk and Americana influences with the musical roots of his home state of Texas. Smith, praised by All Music Guide as “a singer-songwriter blessed with an uncommon degree of intelligence, depth, and compassion,” enjoys broad appeal on both the American and British music scenes. Likened to songwriters such as Nick Drake, John Hiatt, Leonard Cohen and Elvis Costello, Smith is one of contemporary’s music’s most winning and gifted artistic treasures whose consistent creative excellence keeps blossoming.” (https://silverleafbooking.com/artists/darden-smith)
“Songwriter, singer, traveler, troubadour – the calling I answered, the life I chose, the way I make my way.
I chose to go full time on this road 25 years ago. It’s been a spiritual quest, an amazing trip, at turns heartbreaking & transcendent. In that time I’ve made 9 solo records, 4 records with The Mighty Mystiqueros, 1 with my wife Tina, and there’s a new live record with my friend Kevin Welch. I’ve had 100 or more songs recorded by other artists, traveled a fair part of the world, and had some very, very large times. I have these anchors: Wednesdays with my brothers The Mystiqueros at The Saxon Pub in Austin, the 1st Sunday of every month at Luckenbach, The Red River Songwriters Festival on the last weekend of January in the mountains of northern New Mexico, and Waltstock & Barrel, a Texas wine, beer & music festival near Fredericksburg on the 1st weekend of April. I move around a lot.” (https://www.waltwilkins.com/bio)