Doug Burr to appear at Good Records

"My job quit me," the Denton-based performer says, plenty of self-deprecation evident as he describes being let go from his nine-to-five gig in human resources and payroll services at a downtown Dallas office. It's a side of Burr fans rarely see, but one befitting of his normal persona. Onstage, he is forever serious, allowing his music and lyrics to carry any emotional weight; offstage, his subtle, dark humor replaces the music but still charms just the same.
Sat., March 3, 4 p.m., 2012
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