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Friday, March 10, 2023  ·  8:00 PM CST & 6:30 PM CST

The Accidentals

Time Out Tour featuring Georgia Middleman, Gary Burr & Mary Bragg

4545 N Lincoln Ave · The Myron R. Szold Music & Dance Hall · 773.728.6000

The Time Out Tour is a unique concert featuring The Accidentals with some of the best singer-songwriters around, performing an intimate night of stories and songs in the round.

The Accidentals

Texas Lifestyle Magazine chose the female-fronted, multi-instrumentalist power trio, The Accidentals, (Sav Buist, Katie Larson, and Michael Dause), as the “band to see” at Austin City Limits, SXSW, calling them "defiant, young – powerful, and undaunted.”

Pop Matters Magazine says, “you can't define the Accidentals by comparison to any one band”, comparing them to a mash up of influences including Decemberists, Avett Brothers, Beatles, and Brandi Carlile and NPR calls them “some of the most compelling songwriters of our time”.

Pre-Show VIP ticket includes:
- Pre-show meet and greet at 6:30 PM with the artists, plus performance of a couple extra songs!
- A ticket to the show at 8:00 PM
- Early access to seating
- Exclusive merchandise (poster, postcards, tea, and music)
- The chance to win a Fender guitar (one entry per ticket, drawing held on March 12)


Gary Burr

Gary Burr is an American musician, songwriter, and record producer, primarily in the country music genre. Many of the songs he has written have become Top-10 hits, the first of which was "Love's Been A Little Bit Hard On Me" released by Juice Newton (#7 on Billboard's Hot 100) in 1982. He has written and co-written songs for many country artists (The Oak Ridge Boys, Reba McEntire, Patty Loveless), and a few songs for pop and rock artists (Juice Newton, Lynyrd Skynyrd, and Lisa Loeb).

Georgia Middleman

Georgia took a job as a songwriter for Polygram Records in 1997. Soon after she was signed by Giant Records. The label released her debut in 2001, after she had scored two country radio hits in the U.S. Middleman is a member of Blue Sky Riders, a country music trio also featuring Kenny Loggins and Gary Burr, her husband.

Mary Bragg

NPR dubbed her breakout 2017 release, Lucky Strike, one of the year's best, while her 2019 follow-up, Violets as Camouflage, earned similar raves, with the Nashville Scene calling it “magnificent” and Rolling Stone hailing its mix of “classic country twang and “gentle chamber-pop.”