Beyond the Groove & TMVOA Present: South Austin Moonlighters, Music on the Green, 8/4!

Beyond the Groove & TMVOA Present: South Austin Moonlighters, Music on the Green, 8/4!

Beyond the Groove Productions and the Telluride Mountain Village Owners Association (TMVOA) host The South Austin Moonlighters. Show takes place Friday, August 4, 5 to 7 p.m.Reflection Plaza in Mountain Village, adjacent to the Madeline Hotel & Residences, Auberge Resorts Collection.

The FREE Music on the Green summer concerts occur every Friday through September 8, thanks to sponsors TMVOA; Madeline Hotel & Residences, Auberge Collection; Telluride Ski & Golf; and the Town of Mountain Village.

To learn more about Music on the Green, contact the Telluride Mountain Village Owners Association (TMVOA) at (970) 728-1904 or visit and

Go here to learn more about Beyond the Groove Productions.

Go here to learn more about TMVOA.

And scroll down for a taste of the group in action.

The South Austin Moonlighters deliver their own unique brand of Americana music with organic, show-stopping vocal harmonies, incredible musicianship, and well-crafted, heart-felt songs.

The joy of making music is a tangible and contagious part of the Moonlighters’ live shows. They are often compared to The Eagles, Little Feat, and Crosby, Stills, Nash, and Young, but the Moonlighters have a voice all their own.

The group writes and performs original music 2012’s Live at The Saxon Pub, 2013’s Burn and Shine, 2016’s Ghost of a Small Town and the highly anticipated, Anders Osborne-produced album Travel Light, released on May 17, 2019.

The Moonlighters found themselves with plenty of new music to record, but without a home to release it. Armed with a devoted fan base and a dozen or so tunes worth committing to tape, the legendary Austin-bred group set-up a Kickstarter and asked for the support of their legion of followers to help the album get made. If they came up short, they’d be left with nothing. $25,000 later, the group–which consists of Lonnie Trevino Jr., Chris Beall, Daniel James, and Hunter St. Marie–had the adequate budget to begin working on the follow-up to their 2019 opus, Travel Light.

That album earned the group top billing on the Alt-Country Charts and a number of European festival appearances. Things were breaking right for The South Austin Moonlighters and then all momentum previously gathered shriveled up as the pandemic arrived. But the group–veterans of the DIY, rugged music scene in Austin–built themselves back up stronger than before, and the result is From Here To Home, the band’s most daring and accessible work to date.

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