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The Sunday Roadhouse Presents:

Scott H. Biram

August 4

5:00 pm

$15 ADV / $20 DOS

Doors at 4PM

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Years of compulsive touring, along with a steady diet of down and dirty blues, rock, punk, country, and hillbilly have developed Scott H. Biram’s signature concoction, attracting a hefty array of fans who dig the bizarre and twisted sides of the rock and roll spectrum. His live shows, performed all over the world, deliver a take-no-prisoners attitude. A stomping, pulsing John Lee Hooker channeling with cockeyed tales of black water baptisms and murder, all while romanticizing the on-the-road lifestyle.

On March 25, 2003, Biram was involved in a head-on collision with a big-rig semi truck, which resulted in both his vehicle and his body being crushed. He suffered from a broken femur, knee, foot, and arm, and severe internal injuries. Metal rods and pins were placed in all of the broken bones, and one and a half feet of his intestine had to be removed from his body. One month later he was back on stage at Austin’s Continental Club playing a show from a wheelchair with an I.V. still dangling from his arm.

“My music has a lot of aggression to it. I express myself without holding back. If you mixed Muddy Waters, Bill Monroe, Jerry Reed, and Black Flag, you’d have a good idea of my sound. It’s punk, blues, country, metal, bluegrass and dirty.”

He will still the room with haunting South Texas blues, then turn it upside down into a truck driver’s mosh pit. Like he says, it might be baptism, or it might be murder, either way “you gonna see the light”.

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