It’s getting a little “Kinky” in Downtown

KINKY FRIEDMAN’S SOUTHERN DISCOMFORT TOUR
The Kinkster goes south this February, and he’s bringing tequila

America’s Jewish Troubadour, Kinky Friedman, is going south in 2012, specifically the southern United States, and he’s bringing gifts for the natives. Foremost among these gifts is a solo performance described as Mark Twain meets Groucho Marx . . . at the corner of Johnny Cash and Lenny Bruce.  He’ll also be carrying books, posters and music, surely enough for anyone.  But, for the Southern Discomfort Tour, Kinky also comes with a Mexican refreshment: his brand new Kinky Friedman’s Man in Black Tequila, “positively guaranteed to bring out one’s inner Kinky.”

Kinky will be in performing on February 10, 2012 at The Village in Downtown Bryan.  There will be a meet and greet before hand at 6pm and the show will follow at 7:30pm.  Tickets for the show are $30.00 a piece and the meet and greet will be an additional $25.00.  You must purchase a show ticket to attend the meet & greet.  All of the meet & greet proceeds will go to benefit KEOS, the areas all volunteer radio station.

The Kinkster, who has just wrapped up a highly anticipated new book with Billy Bob Thornton titled The Billy Bob Tapes, and who has started writing one with Willie Nelson, will begin the Southern Discomfort Tour in Texas, then swing through the Deep South, often to places he’s never been. At most stops on the tour, Kinky will conduct special tequila tastings of the new high-grade, top-shelf tequila, either before or after performances.

Kinky will sing all the tunes for which he is famed, including “They Ain’t Makin’ Jews Like Jesus Anymore,” and “Ride ‘Em Jewboy,” and, naturally, he will continue his long-running commentary on current politics and the state of the union, as well as give a book reading.  An official signing party will follow each show; Kinky vows he “will sign anything but bad legislation.”

As a very special added bonus, the hilarious and multitalented Kacey Jones will open most of the dates on the second half of the tour, starting in Lafayette. Best known for her comedic-country trio Ethel and the Shameless Hussies (MCA), Kacey has appeared on A Prairie Home Companion, Woodsongs, The Bob and Tom Show, and many other programs.  As a producer in Nashville, Kacey has worked with Willie Nelson, Lyle Lovett, Tom Waits, and, of course, the Kinkster. As a performer, she has worked with Delbert McClinton, Kris Kristofferson, and Waylon Payne, and she has been christened the Official Songstress of the Sweet Potato Queens, a worldwide organization boasting over 75,000 members.

As thousands of folks have discovered or rediscovered over his last tours, Kinky Friedman is the real deal, an amazing performer, and one of America’s brightest literary lights.  Kinky Friedman is the troubadour of our times, with a show for the ages.

Tickets are available at The Village- 210 W. 26th St.  Downtown Bryan or at KEOS Radio Station- 202 E. Carson, Bryan, TX

For more information about Kinky Friedman and the Southern Comfort Tour please contact Conqueroo: Cary Baker * (323) 656-1600 * cary@conqueroo.com

Radio Contact: Jenni Finlay * (512) 787-8968 * jenni@jennifinlay.com

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