Trinity Episcopal Church in Fort Worth gleefully announces that Trinity Coffee House is coming on Saturday, May 11, featuring two notable music groups. The opening act is Texas guitarist Rhett Butler, with his creative guitar melodies. The headline act is 2-Bit Palomino, a trio of harmony-driven Texas musicians. Come to Trinity Coffee House at 7 pm on May 11, 2013 in the Parish Hall. Tickets are available for purchase online ($15) or at the door ($18).
The Dallas Morning News calls Rhett Butler “a creative force of nature.” In 12 years, he has produced and released 15 CDs of stunning original music with more on the way. Drawing on numerous influences, Butler’s sense of melody belies the technical abilities necessary to perform his compositions. Learn more on Rhett Butler’s website and listen on his YouTube Channel.
2-Bit Palomino is a Trio of Houston singer/songwriters Andi Renfree, Ren Renfree and Bill Ward. Founded in March of 2010, 2BP (as their fans call them) has made huge strides and are quickly becoming a household name in Texas music, and across the country. 2-Bit Palomino is the 2011 and 2013 recipient of the Vocal Group of the Year award from the Academy of Texas Music. You can find about more about 2BP on their facebook page and listen to them on ReverbNation.