Our calendar and a word about scheduling Adler & Hearne for your event!

SPECIAL NOTE TO TEXAS FOLKS -- if you're a decisionmaker (or know one) for a Texas municipality, not-for-profit organization, public school/college or public library -- when you schedule Adler & Hearne for your community events, YOU'RE ELIGIBLE TO RECEIVE GRANT DOLLARS from our wonderful Texas Commission on the Arts via its Arts Respond Performance Support program! It's super easy for your organization to get set up with an account, and the folks in the office there are HAPPY to help you receive this support. It's a great way TCA supports the livelihood of the artists honored to be included on the official Texas Touring Roster. AND it's a great way TCA supports bringing the arts to LIFE at community events across the state.

Just send Lynn a personal email if you want to know more, and she'll follow up pronto! lynn.adler.songfarmer@gmail.com

IT'S SUMMER 2022 AND WE'RE CHOMPING AT THE BIT TO GET BACK ON THE ROAD with our beautiful brand new Howlin' Dog Records release The Ties That Bind Us.

Please do check back often in the coming days for more concert dates on our Calendar page!

We welcome your invitations to bring our music to your concert series, community event/festival, house concerts and Sunday morning church gigs too.

Love, peace and good vibes dear friends!

Lynn & Lindy


Harvest Moon Festival of the Arts

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Hood County Courthouse Square, 100 East Pearl Street, Granbury, TX

Happening from 12 to 8 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 15 and 12 to 5 p.m. on Sunday, Oct. 16 -- Adler & Hearne's sets each day have yet to be announced in terms of exact time. PLEASE CHECK BACK CLOSER TO THE DATE! Surrounding the beautiful and historic Granbury Downtown Square, Harvest Moon Festival of the Arts celebrates the best of fine art and fine craft from artists all over the country. Presented by the Historic Granbury Merchants Association, this long running festival showcases artists, makers and craftspeople. In addition to fabulous artist gallery booths, you’ll find food, local entertainment and seasonal activities and all surrounded by the most vibrant downtown square in Texas with wineries, unique shops, boutiques, art galleries, live entertainment venues and great restaurants. THIS IS GONNA BE A FUN FEST, and we're honored to be invited by the City of Granbury as official Texas Touring Artists of the Texas Commission on the Arts. Hats off to TCA!!!

Adler & Hearne will celebrate their newest album The Ties That Bind Us with a "home town" release concert on the Bowery Stage at Winnsboro Center for the Arts. This is Lynn Adler and Lindy Hearne' debut full album release on Howlin' Dog Records.

In October 2016, Adler & Hearne released their fifth duo recording "Simpatico" – a self-produced, double CD featuring 24 original songs in their signature brand of 'Folk with Spirit.' Several songs on the new bare-bones recording feature musical seasoning added with a light hand, from guest musical artists Lloyd Maines, Glenn Fukunaga and Pat Manske. Even though released late in the year, the CD was named among the official FOLK DJ Top CDs of 2016.

Adler & Hearne's 2014 release "Second Nature," was produced by Texas music legend Lloyd Maines, and made the FOLK DJ Top 10. Their 2012 release "Adler & Hearne Live at Eddie's Attic," showcases songs from a June 2011 concert on that venue's legendary stage in Decatur, GA, and features special guest Michael Johnson with whom they co-billed on that summer night. Returning to Nashville (the city where they first met), Adler & Hearne made their debut studio recording "To The Heart" – produced by Rick Clark, released in 2009 and in 2010 named among the Top 20 releases by the FOLK DJ community. In 2005, the couple released their first duo CD in the form of a live, house-concert recording aptly named "Opposites Attract." Also of note, due to Lindy Hearne's family tree connection to both Michael Hearne and Bill Hearne, two Adler & Hearne songs were included on 2017's "The Hearne Family Album" release on Howlin' Dog Records.

Adler & Hearne's December 3rd performance on the Bowery Stage will also feature Tony Stubbs on Bass and Woodie Thornton on Percussion.

Tickets $15-$22 per person -- see link for details