The Accidentals

Bell's Eccentric Cafe

March 6, 2020 - 8:30pm

Event Door Time: 
March 6, 2020 - 8:00pm

$20 - Tickets available at and Bell's General Store

Must have valid photo ID to verify age (21+) and identity at the door.

Texas Lifestyle Magazine chose The Accidentals as the “band to see” at Austin City Limits, SXSW, calling them defiant, young – powerful, and undaunted.”

Female –fronted, multi-instrumentalist power trio, The Accidentals, (Sav Buist, Katie Larson, and Michael Dause) kicked off 2018 with the release of their debut album, Odyssey, with Sony Masterworks. They followed the album release with two-hundred days of touring nationally, seventeen festivals, sync placement with Turner Classic Movies and FOX sports, and a RAM Trucks BANDvan #tourtough commercial.

In 2019 they released a self titled LIVE album and a single with New West Records, and toured the UK. They scored an indie film, taught workshops across the country, , and finished recording their much anticipated studio Album, Vessel, co-produced by John Congleton (St. Vincent, Lana Del Ray) and Tucker Martine (Nico Case, Decemberists). The band toured 150 dates, including backing up Keller Williams, Gabriel Kahane, and Martin Sexton on strings. They wrapped 2019 as guest artists with the TSO Orchestra on original pieces they scored and arranged.

The Accidentals usher in 2020 at NAMM, representing Takamine, Fender, LR Baggs, SBC cases, Shure, Liquid Violins, NS design, Roland, Boss, Dream Cymbals, and D’Addario, followed by Folk Alliance International and SXSW.

They just launched a podcast titled “Bucketseat Chronicles” and a weekly YouTube series called “#playyourparagon” where they cover female artists that have inspired them.

The are releasing a collaborative single with the Contemporary Youth Orchestra and The Rock Hall of Fame on record store day in April, and dropping singles from the new album starting in May.

Pop Matters Magazine say’s, “you can’t define the Accidentals by comparison to any one band”, comparing them to a mash up of influences including, “Decemberists, Avett Brothers, Beatles, and Brandi Carlile.

NPR calls them “some of the most compelling songwriters of our time”.