Inwood Coffeehouse

Friday October 9, 2015 • Doors Open 7:30 PM

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Get ready for Inwood Coffeehouse Season 15 with
Ruthie and the Wranglers

Ruthie and the Wranglers

photo by Michael G Stewart

Roots Rock, Country and Americana
A powerful songwriting team

Ruthie Logsdon - Vocals, Guitar
Greg Hardin - Vocals, Bass
Bill Starks - Vocals, Piano

Ruthie and the Wranglers original Americana country fuses rock, instrumental surf and hillbilly harmonies with high energy and clever lyrics that Billboard Magazine called “a songwriting flair, nothing short of brilliant”. After celebrating “25 Years of Wrangler Twang” including national touring, Americana radio charting, TV appearances and six nationally acclaimed album releases, the band continues to perform regularly and regionally with occasional touring.

Besides winning Washington Area Music Awards (Wammies) Artist of the Year and Album of the Year, The Wranglers boast individual Songwriter of the Year award winners in Greg Hardin, Bill Starks and Ruthie herself. With songs like Greg Hardin’s “I’m So Sad Since You Left Me (It’s almost like you’re still here)”; Ruthie’s advice on navigating love relationships (You Gotta) "Tell 'Em What They Oughta”; and Bill Starks’ "300 Miles from Memphis to New Orleans” (WAMA Song of the Year); combined with effervescent charm and elements of humor, the band never disappoints.

The show promises clever songwriting, stellar musicianship and hip shakin' music makin’

“Kindred spirits: Loretta Lynn, Bill Kirchen, Asleep at the Wheel and Delbert McClinton” –The Washington Post

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