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In a career that began when he was a teen in the mid-’60s, Hunt Sales has seen and done it all. Beyond his impressive rock and roll C.V., he’s played blues for the legendary Lowell Fulson, recorded with funk master Bootsy Collins, jammed out with Tex-Mex all-stars Los Super Seven, devoted himself to mastering organ trio music and Dixieland jazz, and served up songs across the spectrum for film and TV. Now leading his new project, Hunt Sales Memorial, he’s stepping out into the spotlight at last.

In a career that began when he was a teen in the mid-’60s, Hunt Sales has seen and done it all. Beyond his impressive rock and roll C.V., he’s played blues for the legendary Lowell Fulson, recorded with funk master Bootsy Collins, jammed out with Tex-Mex all-stars Los Super Seven, devoted himself to mastering organ trio music and Dixieland jazz, and served up songs across the spectrum for film and TV. Now leading his new project, Hunt Sales Memorial, he’s stepping out into the spotlight at last.

In a career that began when he was a teen in the mid-’60s, Hunt Sales has seen and done it all. Beyond his impressive rock and roll C.V., he’s played blues for the legendary Lowell Fulson, recorded with funk master Bootsy Collins, jammed out with Tex-Mex all-stars Los Super Seven, devoted himself to mastering organ trio music and Dixieland jazz, and served up songs across the spectrum for film and TV. Now leading his new project, Hunt Sales Memorial, he’s stepping out into the spotlight at last.

WHEN

WHERE

The Long Center for the Performing Arts
701 W. Riverside Dr.
Austin, TX 78704
https://thelongcenter.org/events-and-tickets/hunt-sales-memorial/

TICKET INFO

$19
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