Jack Ingram (Solo)


Jack Ingram (Solo)

Dalton Domino

Sun · December 23, 2018

Doors: 7:00 pm / Show: 8:00 pm

$28.00 - $48.00

This event is 21 and over

In keeping with Kessler Presents' ticketing practices at the Kessler Theater in Dallas and the Heights Theater in Houston, tables and chairs will be sold at this Jack Ingram show.  If you have questions, please contact booking@antonesnightclub.com.

  • VIP Tables are sold for $272 and include 4 tickets. There are six 4-top tables in front of the stage and 4 along the club's west wall. They are assigned at random.
  • A $38 general admission ticket gets you one seat in a seated area directly behind the 6 tables in front of the stage. Individual seats are not assigned.
  • Standing Room Only tickets will be sold for $28.

Jack Ingram
Jack Ingram
Throughout a recording career that has spanned more than 20 years, Jack Ingram has maintained a reputation for uncompromising, personally charged song craft and energetic, charismatic performances, earning him prominent stature in a prestigious tradition of iconoclastic singer-songwriters. Ingram's prior work has won him a fiercely devoted fan base as well as reams of critical acclaim, and now Midnight Motel marks a creative milestone for the veteran artist, his sound ever evolving while showcasing some of his most expressive, emotionally raw songwriting to date.

Ingram made Midnight Motel independently to avoid outside influences and have creative freedom to write and record. “It was really important to me at this point in my life to avoid thinking about any commercial decisions about the music,” explains Ingram. “Every night after my kids went to bed, I'd go into my music room and stay in there until about three or four, just working out the songs like I did at the beginning of my career. Or while on the road, sit up late at night writing in motel rooms. I wanted to bring people into that space with me."

And so Midnight Motel turned into an album that is as real and honest as it could be. “Signing with Rounder Records to release this album was a perfect fit because of their expertise and love for good music, no matter the genre,” Ingram says.

His eighth studio album, and his first since his 2009 smash Big Dreams & High Hopes, Midnight Motel features spare, stripped-down instrumental arrangements that highlight the intimacy and urgency of such new originals as "I'm Drinking Through It," "Nothing to Fix," "Can’t Get Any Better Than This," and "All Over Again." The album's organic late-night vibe is perfectly suited to the material, and brings out the emotional edge in Ingram's deeply felt vocals.
Venue Information:
305 E 5th Street
Austin, TX, 78701