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Texas Lifestyle Magazine chose The Accidentals as the band to see at Austin City Limits, SXSW, callingthemdefiant, young–powerful, and undaunted.

All female, multi-instrumentalist, indie power duo, The Accidentals, Sav Buist, Katie Larson addedpowerhouse, Katelynn Corll, on drums last year and blew the doors off the Festival scene. Launching hard offtheir debut album, Odyssey, with Sony Masterworks. They followed the album release with two-hundred daysof touring nationally, seventeen festivals, sync placement with Turner Classic Movies and FOX sports, and aRAM Trucks BANDvan #tourtough commercial.

They followed that up with a self-titled LIVEalbum and a single collaboration with Lily and Madeline on NewWest Records, and toured the UK. They scored the indie film Almost Home, and taught workshops acrossthe country. The band toured 150 dates, including backing up Keller Williams, Gabriel Kahane, Martin Sexton,on strings. They wrapped the year as guest artists with the TSO Orchestra on original pieces they scored andarranged.

The Accidentals showed up at NAMM in LA, representing Takamine, Fender, LR Baggs, SBC cases, Shure,Liquid Violins,NS design, Roland, Boss, Dream Cymbals, and D’Addario, followed by Folk AllianceInternational and SXSW.

They released TIME OUT 1, an album of co-writes with legendary writers, Dar Williams, Tom Paxton, BethNielsen Chapman, Kim Richey, Maia Sharp, and Gretchen Peters, artists that inspired them to become artists(Wildfire went to #1 at Folk Radio for the year and the album #8) and they finished their much anticipatedstudioAlbum,Vessel,co-produced by John Congleton (St. Vincent, Lana Del Ray) and Tucker Martine (NicoCase, Decemberists) touring the album all of Oct and November before Covid shut down the live shows again.Their songs Cityview and The Line won first place in the prestigious USA Songwriting Contest, SongwriterSerenade, and KerrvilleFolk Festival competitions.

Even a pandemic didn’t slow them down. In true Accidentals fashion, they powered through and continued toco-write over zoom and release TIME OUT 2 in the spring of 22, while collaborating with Kaboom CollectiveStudio Youth Orchestra on the Reimagined Album, allowing the students to score and record thirteen of theirback catalog songs. The Reimagined Album prompted the band to take all forty students on tour for threeweeks in the summer of 22, including headlining plays at Mile of Music Festival and a sold out FrederikMeijer Gardens Show.

Sav and Katie added String parts to 35 other artists' albums between between 2021 and 2023 and backed upKeller Williams, Peter Mulvey, Brandan James, Beth Nielsen Chapman, Kim Richey, Brendan James, andMaia Sharp in concert.

They barely took a breath in 23 as they kicked the year off with a covers album spanning their collectiveinterest in women that influenced them, the first single, Blonde’s Heart Of Glass released at the end of Jan.They released and toured the TIME OUT album in March with Gary Burr (Pure Prairie League) GeorgiaMiddleman, and Mary Bragg. Hosted their first SOLD OUT FAN Cruise and Bike Tour in Croatia in June andplayed a packed summer of shows w/ occasional bassist/guitarist, Patty Pershayla.

Keep your eyes on that covers album coming out in April 24’ and the brand new TIME OUT 3 album release(produced by Mary Bragg) out in October 24’

NPR calls them some of the most compelling songwriters of our time.

Their music can be found online, all the streaming platforms, Barnes and Noble, and at their shows. Showschedule can be found at Bandsintown and on their website

Special Guest

Danni Nicholls

Hailing from Bedfordshire, England, growing up on the American roots music of her Anglo-Indian grandmother’s record collection, singer/songwriter Danni Nicholls has been paving her way in UK Americana for over a decade, building a loyal fan base and much critical praise. ​ With the wind still in her sails from three consecutive Americana Music Association UK award nominations (Album, Artist and Song of the year in 2017, 2018 & 2020 respectively) plus extensive tours and opening slots with the likes of The Secret Sisters, Shakin' Stevens and Lucinda Williams, Danni, her powerful, arresting voice and her dynamically poetic original songs are ever-gaining presence and reach. ​ Danni’s latest musical offering, new stand-alone single Little Fictions, was released in April 2022. Self produced and recorded in Nashville and Bedford, UK, the song is a big & bold, cinematic ballad which truly showcases Danni’s powerful vocals. Sweeping strings intertwine with folky guitar and Memphis R & B style drums and the whole thing climbs to an emotional climax. ​ Written in February 2020 with co-writer Rebekah Powell (Zooey Deschanel, Ward Thomas, Sarah Darling) shortly before the world would be unimaginably changed, Little Fictions was born from a persistent, niggling feeling of doubt. Doubt of the self, of life’s path, of certain relationships. An acknowledgement of the anxiety inducing voices in our heads which try to take us down, to block our potential…the little fictions we tell ourselves that drown out our intuition and make it hard to trust the journey. The song is also an attempt to stand up to them. ​ As a child, Danni dreamed of travelling to Nashville, her ‘spiritual home’ as she describes it. After a chance meeting of musician and producer Chris Donohue who was in the UK performing with Emmylou Harris at the time, Danni’s dream came true and she was invited to make a record with Chris and the cream of Nashville’s crop in East Nashville which resulted in 2012’s A Little Redemption. The pair went on to make Mockingbird Lane together in 2015. Both albums garnered rave reviews and feature some of Danni’s musical heroes including Al Perkins (Dolly Parton, The Rolling Stones) Will Kimbrough (Emmylou Harris) and Steve Fishell (Albert Lee, Wille Nelson). ​ April 2019 saw the release of Danni's third studio album The Melted Morning. Produced by Jordan Brooke Hamlin (The Indigo Girls, Lucy Wainwright-Roche) at the idyllic woodland studio MOXE, Nashville, TN. The record offers a new direction and very different sonic landscape than previous releases. Haunting, intimate and atmospheric, this album was a deeper dive into Danni’s truth and perspective. ​ Having been invited to perform all over the world at prestigious events and festivals such as Cambridge Folk (UK), Tønder (Denmark) and Americanafest (USA), Danni is no stranger to the big stages which she loves to fill with her strong voice both literally and metaphorically. Writing songs with messages of hope and healing plus citing the likes of Brandi Carlile and KT Tunstall as important personal and musical influences, she is proud to be counted amongst the increasing list of LGBTQIA+ identifying artists and recognises the importance of representation. ​ With comparisons to artists such as Linda Ronstadt, Brandi Carlile and Roseanne Cash, Danni’s vibrant, captivating performances are all but guaranteed to melt your heart into the soles of your boots. Her passionate delivery, captivating voice, mesmerising guitar skills and charmingly engaging between-song banter compel you to fall under her spell. ​ Since she picked up her first guitar inherited from great uncle Heathcliffe aged 15 (a 1964 Burns London Jazz guitar rumoured to have once belonged to Billy Fury no less!) Danni Nicholls has been in love with the practice of songwriting, honing her craft, finding and sharing her voice. The connection to other humans she finds through music feels powerful, important and intoxicating which is why, no matter the challenges she may come up against, she’s committed to choosing a life in music over and over again.

The only thing as good as the show? The drink you have after


A few short steps from Midtown is One Twenty Three—our neighborly New American Tavern, serving hearty dishes with modern flare.