|September 21, 2019|
We’re going full-electric for this one.
8 PM Showtime
7 PM Doors Open
813 Saint Emanuel Street
Houston, Texas 77003
And on bass...
Coming out of Tyler, TX in 1965, Layton DePenning started his musical career playing frat houses while attending classes at The University of Texas, Austin. In 1969 he penned and performed his first hit song, "Visions", released on Sonobeat Records with Austin’s Lavender Hill Express.
DePenning was heavily involved in the creation of the "progressive country scene" in Texas in the early 1970s working with the likes of Willie Nelson, Rusty Wier, Michael Martin Murphy, Jerry Jeff Walker and BW Stevenson, on whose hit album, "My Maria", he appeared in 1974. He currently works as guitarist, vocalist and songwriter with Denim and is the owner of Elmo’s Lab recording studio in Buda, TX .