It’s springtime in Texas, which means it’s Rodeo season in Houston, the bluebonnets are about to make their debut on the highways and byways, and SXSW is right around the corner in Austin. I have some great…
Each spring in Texas, the blue bonnets and Indian paintbrushes provide color to pastures and roadsides, and folks come from miles around to the Round Top area to take part in a huge (and hugely fun) antiques show. Antique shops…Read more
Libby will be playing several unofficial showcases in Austin during SXSW! All shows are free and no wristbands are required to attend. Y'all come join us and hear songs from the new album JUST MOVE ON!
Libby is returning to the 2016 Houston Livestock Show & Rodeo for several shows! In addition to volunteering for the Mutton Bustin' Committee, Libby will be performing at the Redneck Country Club with Brant Croucher on March 9 and the…Read more
Libby is headed to Kansas City for the Folk Alliance International Conference! Artists and music industry professionals from around the world attend this conference to showcase and hear new music as well as build community with new friends and old…Read more
The second leg of my big summer tour with Chuck Hawthorne took us through a part of the country I honestly haven't spent much time in, the Midwest. From Nashville, we headed north through Kentucky and Illinois to St. Louis…
I spent most of the summer on the road with my pup Bridget and amazing singer-songwriter, Chuck Hawthorne. We toured for 7 weeks, traveling across 19 states, playing 22 shows in 11 states, and crossing the Continental Divide approximately…Read more
Thanks so much to the Houston Press for nominating me for a 2015 Houston Press Music Award! I am nominated in the Best Roots Act category alongside several friends and local artists that I greatly admire. Please click the picture…Read more
Libby just wrapped recording a new album at the historic Studio 19 on Music Row in Nashville! The record is being produced by multiple GRAMMY winning producer/engineer Bil VornDick (Alison Krauss, Rhonda Vincent, Jesse Winchester, Ralph Stanley).