Ray Wylie Hubbard

When: Sat., July 21 2012

With a single line, Ray Wylie Hubbard proves that at least one member of the original outlaw country generation still has some sweaty Texan "outlaw" left in him: "At least we ain't Lazarus and had to think twice about dying." That's from "Lazarus," off his aptly titled March release, The Grifter's Hymnal. If it all sounds too perfect, even calculated, Hubbard gets away with it because, quite simply, he's very convincing in the role — the drug-addled-washed-out-outlaw-turned-sober-cosmic-singer-songwriter tends to be an authentically timeless genre. Check him out tonight at Stargazers Theatre & Event Center (10 S. Parkside Drive, Doors open at 7; tickets start at $20. — Wyatt Miller

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