Bowery Stage at Winnsboro Center for the Arts
The Bowery Stage has become well known for bringing world class performers to the Art Center.
The Bowery Stage is an intimate 88 seat listening room and musicians tell us that the acoustics provide some of the best sounds they’ve experienced. The small venue provides a wonderful experience for all guests. Tickets can be purchased for seating close to the stage with a small table or a selection from general seating. Guests also have an opportunity to meet the performers during intermission, and at the end of the performances. You are welcome to bring a bottle of wine and we’ll supply the glasses and uncorking. Donations always appreciated for this wine service. Fruit plates and other refreshments are available for purchase.
Famous Musicians That Have Performed on the Bowery Stage
Upcoming Performances for 2019
Máiréad Nesbitt of Celtic Woman – September 21st and 22nd
The Grammy and Emmy nominated artist and composer, and founding member of the global phenomenon Celtic Woman, Máiréad Nesbitt has enchanted millions of fans around the world. Featured Celtic Violinist on all 11 Celtic Woman albums, each achieving #1 slot in the Billboard World Music Chart.
Nobody’s Girl – October 5
We’ve had Betty Soo and Grace Pettis on our list of performers to bring back to The Bowery Stage and, with a stroke of a pen, we have them both along with Rebecca Loebe! After a short one-off tour as The Sirens of South Austin they have come together as Nobody’s Girl!
An unexpected success of a music video recorded on a shoestring budget swiftly turned into a 20-city tour and attracted the interest of Lucky Hound Music Record label in February. 2019
Michael Martin Murphey – October 18
This Concert is Sold Out
A loyal American son from Texas, Michael Martin Murphey is best known for his chart-topping hits
“Wildfire,” Carolina In The Pines,” “What’s Forever For,” “Long Line of Love,” “Geronimo’s Cadillac”, “Cowboy Logic,” and many more across his 35 albums released to date. Murphey’s long-running incarnation as a purveyor of the music, lifestyle, and values of the American West is one of many musical mantles he has worn over the years. To track his career path is to span the country itself, from coming of age in the Texas folk music scene, to Los Angeles to Colorado to Nashville and then back to his native Texas.
Adler & Hearne – November 2
From Texas’ upper east side near the rural arts hamlet of Winnsboro, award-winning performing songwriters Lynn Adler and Lindy Hearne (self-proclaimed “organic song farmers”) tour nationally, serving up fresh-picked songs with jazz undertones in a spirited genre they define simply as “Texas Folk.” Their annual home town performance on The Bowery Stage is always a sellout show and brings listeners from near and far!
Hannah Kirby – Sunday, December 8
Hannah returns again to The Bowery Stage for a holiday season concert! She always presents a stellar concert in an intimate show where she just has fun! Hannah’s goal is simple: To make people feel good through her music. Hannah brings it to the stage and to the audience. Hyper-stylized but incredibly honest, Hannah Kirby is a musician out of time, out of this world, and probably somewhere in outer space. Her classic rock influence mixes with a taste of early soul and blues to give her a sound that screams rock & roll. Hannah’s powerful voice never overwhelms or cuts but instead melts you, like honey and butter on a hot biscuit.
Gus Gustafson will be opening!