No Cover! Celebrate St. Patricks Day at Mad House 101 with live music from Chris Canterbury.
It’s not necessarily the song, it’s the story. That’s how North
Louisiana native, now Nashville-based singer-songwriter
Chris Canterbury has always approached songwriting.
Born and raised in Haynesville, Louisiana, Chris began
writing songs and stories about life from a unique but
oddly-familiar point of view. Songs about liquor stores, truck
stops, low-rent motels, and the grifters and drifters that
frequent them. He takes a critical look at some of the topics
that often get discarded in the writing room, and he presents
them as though they’re a casual kitchen conversation.
Chris has toured the country for the better part of the last 2
decades, sharing the stage with the likes of Guy Clark, Steve
Earle, Chris Knight, Joe Ely, and many others. It doesn’t
matter if it’s a pool hall or a theater, a festival or a front
porch, Chris’s storytelling is the whiskey-laden
narrative that anyone with a struggle can relate to.