Austin, TX’s Ian Moore (playing at The Granada on August 19 BUY TICKETS HERE) may be known for his Appalachian inspired folk rock style, but Moore’s relationships with artists spanning genres may be deeper than one would think. Separated by 6 degrees, Moore has relationships with artists across time and musical style
Ian Moore played guitar with Joe Ely’s (playing at The Granada on June 24 BUY TICKETS HERE) touring band and played on one of Ely’s studio records.
Joe Ely sang back up vocals on “Should I Stay or Should I Go” by The Clash
The Clash were one of the most important bands laying the ground work for the post-punk movement which Mission of Burma (playing at The Granada on July 24 BUY TICKETS HERE) was instrumental in establishing
Mission of Burma’s tape manipulation specialist Martin Swope was replaced by Bob Weston of Shellac in 2002
Shellac appeared in the film “All Tomorrow’s Parties” which documented the history of the All Tomorrow’s Parties festival
Battles (playing The Granada on October 22 BUY TICKETS HERE) will be curating the All Tomorrow’s Parties Festival in December of this year