The wandering spirit of a musical storyteller
There’s a perfectly natural reason why Dalton Domino’s debut LP, 1806, carries a varied and skillfully unpredictable quality to it. Dalton is filled with the wandering spirit of a storyteller who’s never content with simply drawing from the tales of others. Dalton has kept the fuel for creating original music from his own viewpoint burning on high. Whether it’s the gothic western of “Howl,” the rocking roadhouse vibe of “Dallas,” the sawdust shuffling, rootsy ode to inspirational women in “Jesus and Handbags,” or the menacing, swampy, stomping “Killing Floor,” Dalton offers listeners a well-rounded, satisfying experience. For good measure, “All that Matters” displays a delicate electricity, the declaration of a pleading lover, and Dalton’s ability to simply tell a story we all can relate to. With musical heroes ranging from Lubbock legend Terry Allan to Bright Eyes and another young singer/songwriter with West Texas ties, Charlie Shafter, it’s clear Dalton wants his music to hit the listener in both the gut and the mind in the same way his favorite artists do. Dalton’s travels through musical and geographical terrain have led to this moment as an artist with serious things to say.
Levitt Pavilion General Information:
Concerts are FREE and family friendly, except for the 38 Special concert on Oct. 5, which requires a ticket purchase. The Levitt Pavilion is located at 100 W. Abram St. in Founders Plaza on the corner of Abram and Center streets. For directions and parking, please see Directions & Parking. The Levitt is an open-lawn seating, outdoor concert venue. Visitors to the FREE concerts should bring lawn chairs or blankets to sit on. Picnics and coolers are welcome to the FREE concerts. Please do not bring glass containers to the Levitt. Concessions are sold at the Levitt, including beer and wine. For additional information, please visit our FAQs, call the 24-hour information line at 817.543.4301, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.