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Generally when you ask a musician what they can’t tour without they answer with headphones or something else relating to their band or music. Not folk artist, Adam Faucett. Although it took some thought, Faucett answered Tums. Yes, the antacid. “Because everyone pays you in bar food and beer.” My favorite answer by far.
Faucett, known to sound like Otis Redding and Tim Buckley, is playing in Columbia this Friday at Mojo’s with band The Tall Grass. He not only will be playing his original tunes, but also plans on playing songs from his upcoming record. Spoiler alert!
Originally from Arkansas, Faucett has been touring since 2007. His first tour lasted six months and was a memorable one for sure. “We had no idea what we were doing,” says Faucett. “We were just happy not to owe people money except the gas pump.”
Now, five years later, Faucett has been a part of the South By Southwest tour, released his third solo album and been called “the most thoughtful lyricist the state [Arkansas] has to offer.”
Faucett and The Tall Grass will be opening for the Band of Heathens. Doors open at 8 p.m. and the show is $10.
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