-Doors open at 730pm (21+) NO EARLY BIRDS DURING SOUNDCHECK. Seating and tables are limited and on a first come first serve basis and may not be available on standing room only shows as we are a small bar venue. Food is served from the Siren kitchen throughout the show.
Duane Betts & Palmetto Motel have announced a ten show co-headline tour with GA-20 across the West Coast this Fall. The run extends Betts’ previously announced Fall tour schedule in support of his debut album Wild & Precious Life, which includes dates throughout the South and Northeast in October. Kicking off November 10 at The Mystic Theatre in Petaluma, CA, highlights along the way include stops Great American Music Hall in San Francisco on November 13 and The Regent Theater in Los Angeles as part of the Los Angeles Independent Rhythm & Blues Session on November 18. Tickets go on-sale today, Friday, September 8 at 10am PT.
By the time Duane Betts released his triumphant debut solo album Wild & Precious Life on Royal Potato Family earlier this summer, he’d already spent the better part of two decades creating his own version of guitar-slinging, story-driven American rock & roll. Among his bonafides, Betts spent 10 years playing guitar alongside his father, legendary Allman Brother Dickey Betts. He’d release an EP, Sketches of American Music and he’d partner with Devon Allman in the acclaimed Allman Betts Band.
Even so, the need to create a full-length solo LP gnawed at him; one that nodded to his roots while simultaneously pushing ahead. Following his instincts, Duane assembled an ace band, including his longtime musical partner Johnny Stachela on slide guitar and the ever in-demand John Ginty on Hammond B-3, as well as, special guests Derek Trucks, Marcus King, and Nicki Bluhm. Betts would take up an offer from friends Susan Tedeschi and Trucks to record at their Swamp Raga Studio in Jacksonville. The album was cut to 2-inch analog tape during a series of live studio performances.