Hey, everyone! We’ve had a great year at Catfish and Jenni and Brian have been crazy busy with their work together and on their own. We’re taking the rest of the year off Catfish for some much needed R&R as our various projects go out into the world. See you next year for our annual Townes Van Zandt tribute on March 22. Full 2020 schedule coming soon!!
(PLEASE NOTE: We cannot accommodate dogs and children under 16 at Catfish Concerts. Thank you for understanding!)
A few favorite Catfish moments:
Steve Poltz performing Kent Finlay’s ‘Plight of the Bumblebee’ at Nashville’s City Winery in September 2017 as a part of Jenni and Brian’s sold out event to celebrate their book Kent Finlay, Dreamer: The Legacy behind Cheatham Street Warehouse.
Mary Gauthier performing at Catfish Concerts in May 2017.
Shinyribs’ Kevin Russell at our Merle Haggard tribute in April 2016.
The late, great Greg Trooper performing Townes Van Zandt’s classic ‘Pancho and Lefty’ at Catfish Concerts in September 2014.
OUR NEXT SHOWS:
Sixth annual Townes Van Zandt tribute on March 22, 2020
Click here for tickets (COMING SOON)
As always, big thanks to all our sponsors: Lagunitas Brewing Company, Enoteca Vespaio, Omnivore Recordings, Kipling’s Creations and Beeyond Honey!
“The cool thing about Catfish Concerts is that it really has the feel of when I was a kid in South Austin, except you guys are way too calm and take it way to seriously.” – John Townes Van Zandt II
“Catfish Concerts is among the most intimate, friendly, inspired and inspirational house concerts in the country and most likely the world. It’s like hanging out with your favorite folks in a treehouse built by your favorite uncle, the one who paints and write poems all day. I’ll tell you what I think Catfish is: a genuine piece of heaven that you can touch with your hands while you drink good local beer and listen to great songs. Thank you, Jenni and Brian, for creating such a space and event.” – Walt Wilkins
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Note: We’re a pretty laid-back hang here at Catfish and rarely encounter any problems. However, accidents do happen. Patrons at Catfish are responsible to reimburse the homeowner for any property damage caused during a show.