Saturday, November 16 at 7:30 pm at The Barns
Ticket Price:
$27 prime orchestra & balcony
$24 rear orchestra & side balcony
Austin Lounge Lizards

Texas’s favorite satirists are back with new album Home and Deranged, featuring a lively blend of Americana, folk, and rock with 4-part harmonies and witty lyrics.

  • Armed with an eclectic alt-country and folk sound and pointedly satirical lyrics, the self-described “most laughable band in show business” has dedicated its career to the art of spoofing sex, politics, and the countless absurdities of life through song.
  • The Austin Lounge Lizards began their career in 1980 when Princeton songwriting duo Hank Card and Conrad Deisler joined forces with musician Tom Pittman in Austin, Texas. The trio’s local success blossomed into a touring career that carried them to music festivals across the nation and beyond.
  • Now a vocal and instrumental quartet, the Lizards’ lineup features founders Hank Card (rhythm guitar) and Conrad Deisler (guitar, mandolin), as well as Darcie Deaville (fiddle, mandolin), and Bruce Jones (bass). Tom Pittman retired from the band in 2011.
  • The Lizards are 5-time Austin Music Award winners. Their version of Irving Berlin’s “(I’ll See You In) C-U-B-A” was also used in Michael Moore’s 2007 documentary, Sicko.
  • With the release of Home and Deranged earlier this year, the Lizards have bolstered their repertoire with parodies like the TSA-inspired “Thank You for Touching Me There” and recent fan favorite "Too Big to Fail.”