Phil Hurley & The Lost Pines

with Anders Drerup

Fri, July 23, 2021

$10.00 ADVANCED // $15.00 DAY OF SHOW

9:00 pm

Masks are required for entry.


Phil Hurley has been playing in bands since he was eight years old.  He moved from his hometown of Potsdam, NY to Boston, MA in 1987 with his band Gigolo Aunts.  Gigolo Aunts had a major label deal with RCA and toured extensively in the US and Europe with groups such as the Counting Crows, Cranberries, Wallflowers, and The Lemonheads. They recorded music for films including:That Thing You Do, The River Wild, Swimming With Sharks, The Buddy System, In the Army Now, and the title track to Dumb and Dumber, “Where I Find My Heaven.” 

Phil Hurley then went on to tour with Tracy Bonham for her platinum record “The Burdens of Being Upright.”

After relocating to Seattle, WA, he continued to make music with groups like The Tycoons (Chris Ballew, PUSA), Shuggie, and The Hula Bees. He was one of the first employees at the much-celebrated shop, Emerald City Guitars. Phil Hurley was hand-selected to open the Sky Church at the Experience Music Project.

After a brief stint in Amsterdam, Phil Hurley was once again making music–this time in Los Angeles. He performed in the original cast of the hit show Rock of Ages.  He worked in sales, and as a guitar specialist at Westwood Music, and as a guitar specialist for James Trussart, developing some of his first demo videos.  He wrote the theme songs for HBOs Lucky Louie, The Greg Behrendt Show, and Weeds.

He created the celebrated country-rock group StoneHoney with fellow LA singer-songwriters Shawn Davis, Nick Randolph, and Dave Phenecie in 2006.  StoneHoney toured extensively across the US, and found their musical home when they relocated to Austin, TX in 2009, signing to Jimmy LaFave’s Music Road Records.

In Austin, Phil Hurley continued his success playing guitar with Jimmy LaFave, and recording with artists such as Hal Ketchum and Wendi Waldman. 

He is a founding member of South Austin Moonlighters.  The South Austin Moonlighters have released four albums, garnering regional radio and touring success.

Phil Hurley released his solo album Nowhere Left To Run, produced by Chris Gage in 2019. His second solo album is currently under production.


With 2020 behind us and a hopeful new year beginning to take shape, live music has never been more meaningful. Anders Drerup has made great use of the hiatus and delved deep into his songwriting and recording craft, emerging with boatloads of new material and an insatiable hunger to be back on stage.

Originally from Ottawa Canada, Anders was singing and playing from his first gig at a jazz club at 16. He never looked back. Since then he has written and performed on hundreds of albums, toured 18 countries spanning 5 continents, released two solo albums plus a plethora of singles and even won a place on Nick Jonas’ team on season 18 of NBC’s The Voice! Anders is a consummate multi-instrumentalist believing that the best way to understand one thing is to know it in the context of another. He plays guitar, mandolin, piano, bass, drums, pedal steel, writes, sings, acts, dances… you get the idea. His music has been categorized as Americana in that it rolls smoothly down a track with frequent stops at the stations of blues, country, rock and roll, R&B, latin and soul.

Drerup has been living in Austin, Texas for two years and is quickly becoming a name to remember, despite being a little tough to pronounce. He is releasing a new collection of songs in the spring inspired by his move to the Lone Star state, aptly named Talk Texas.