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Library Advocate

  • The Custer Beacon (map)

Come celebrate the publishing of Moby Dick (1851) and enjoy some tunes by Library Advocate!

Library Advocate is solo Folk Americana that relocated to The Black Hills from Sioux Falls, South Dakota after a life changing house show; when “seeing about a girl,” is a five hour drive you end up moving. Featuring song lyrics ranging from the mystical, to heartfelt life experiences. He's been featured on The White Wall sessions and, and B102.7 radio. He's shared the stage with the likes of Dalton Coffey, Dylan Lewis, Condor, Matt Costa, The Heavy Set, The Empty Pockets, The Youngest and Har-di-Har. Library Advocate grew up listening to Wilco, The Grateful Dead, The Beatles, Greg Brown, Modest Mouse and The Talking Heads. In addition to Library Advocate, Cory spends a lot of time working on the duo project, The Swaths, which contains Cory’s latest material available on platforms such as Spotify and iTunes.

Vocals, Guitar - Cory Anderson

Earlier Event: November 9
Reel Rock 14
Later Event: November 15
JJ Kent