More About the Duo

Together Lynette and Lefty are an amazing pair playing Ameripolitan Honky Tonk Music. With great chemistry their songs and banter always have the crowd engaged and entertained. 

About Lynette and Lefty

Upcoming Shows

Lynette and Lefty

Ameripolitan Honky Tonk Music

Only $10

Friday and Saturday October 6th and 7th

POULTRY FESTIVAL - Center TX

1:00pm - 2:00pm

FREE Show - on the Square


Friday October 13th

Stubb's at Graceland - Austin TX

6:00pn - 8:00pm

FREE SHOW - Kids welcome


Saturday October 14th

Twin Creeks Icehouse - Austin TX

9:00pm - 11:00pm


Tuesday October 17th

The Broken Spoke - Austin TX

6:00pm - 8:00pm

FREE Show - Dinner Show


Friday October 20th

The Broken Spoke - Austin TX

6:00pm - 8:00pm

FREE Show - Dinner Show


Sunday October 22nd

Stubb's at Graceland - Austin TX

12:00pm - 2:00pm

FREE Show - Kids welcome


Friday October 27th

Restoration Wine Bar - Lufkin TX

7:00pm - 10:00pm

FREE Show 


Friday November 17th

Stubb's at Graceland - Austin TX

6:00pm - 8:00pm

FREE Show


Saturday November 18th

Restoration Wine Bar - Lufkin TX

7:00pm - 10:00pm


David “Lefty” Gardner has been playing guitar and writing music for over 30 years. After years of playing guitar David discovered (Gypsy) Jazz and was drawn in. Django Reinhardt is one of his main influences, as you can hear in his swingy sound. Being from East Texas David grew up on good old Country music and gravitates towards Texas Swing. Writing and performing is what he lives for. Some of his Country influences are Chet Atkins, Merle Travis and Hank Garland.

 

Lynette Wolfe started playing Upright Bass and Singing 6 years ago and writing a couple years ago. After moving to Austin Texas she could not deny her love for Country Music and whole heartily wanted to learn Upright. Once her children were grown Lynette decided to jump into music both feet first. With her one in a million squeaky voice, her style and strong bass playing she is a great performer. Lynette is influenced by Jean Sheppard, Kitty Wells, Mary Ford and June Carter, she loves the swing in country.