Landon McGee may not be a household name yet, but he most certainly will be in the future.
His vocals have an acute precision that seem to melt perfectly into the gorgeous notes humming from his guitar. His lyrics are poetry that can only be appreciated more and more the closer you listen.
Landon McGee, upcoming performer at the Grand Stafford, is a singer-songwriter from Central Texas currently attending Baylor. He is influenced by eclectic indie-folk and his music is reminiscent of folk king John Denver and the experimental indie pioneer Sufjan Stevens. He recently released his EP entitled “Kite” in March.
Landon is the pioneer in a new adventure we have here at Grand Stafford Theater, which is the brand new musician-in-residency program from AdventGX. Modeled after artist-in-residency program, the purpose of the program is to bring in a musician and focus on networking and business along with building personal and professional development. Musicians are provided film footage, show opportunities, marketing help, and more. Because this is a new venture, details are still being worked out to ensure the most successful program possible. AdventGX hopes to open applications for future musicians-in-residence applicants in the fall. If you are interested in knowing more about the program, please contact us.
Landon will be performing on July 31 at 8:00 pm with doors opening at 7:00 pm. The event will be sponsored by Chameleon Cold-Brew Coffee, an Austin-based coffee company focused on the right blend of high quality, perfectly roasted beans. The first 100 people to arrive at the event with a ticket purchased through the Grand Stafford Theater website ONLY will receive a free bottle of ready-to-drink coffee. Chameleon Cold-Brew Coffee will be served throughout the night along with handcrafted cocktails using the brew.