A fitting last name for musician Charlie Mars as he brought some out of this world sound to an early morning set during SXSW. Making miles of music lovers happy at the W Austin Hotel, Charlie played songs from his latest album, Blackberry Light, to a full Austin audience that had been waiting all morning to see him.
You don't have to wait that long to see him here again, catch Charlie April 13th, at Threadgill's.
Meanwhile, you can join Mars in Twitterspace: @CharlieMars
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