Shane Smith & the Saints

Shane Smith & the Saints2023-09-02T21:51:20-07:00

Shane Smith & the Saints

As seen on the hit TV show Yellowstone, live on stage at the Cascade!

A native of Terrell, Texas, Shane Smith made music a full-time pursuit after moving to
Austin. A passionate musician and songwriter, Shane soon connected with Bennett
Brown, along with other musicians many of whom now make up The Saints. That group
includes Bennett on fiddle, Dustin Schaefer on lead guitar, Chase Satterwhite on bass,
and Zach Stover on drums.

With a reputation as a high-energy live act with stunning four-part harmonies, Smith
follows in the footsteps of such Lone Star songsmiths as Chris Stapleton, Ray Wylie
Hubbard, Hayes Carll, and Ryan Bingham. Their first album, Coast, was released in
2013, and two years later came Geronimo, followed by Hail Mary in 2019.
“I don’t like just throwing stuff out there. If I’m going to be singing about something every
night, I try to make it personal, make it something I can really relate to,” says Smith, the
band’s lyricist and primary songwriter. “I like to sing with conviction, an honest

It’s with this passion, timing and intention that Shane offers up his newest studio recordings, “Hummingbird” & “Fire In the Ocean”. You may have heard about Shane Smith & The Saints from a friend who saw their amazing live show, or from a playlist on your favorite streaming service. Perhaps you heard the cast of Yellowstone shout them out in Season Four or saw the band play live on the Season Five premiere. Or maybe you’re just hearing of them now. Whatever the case may be, we hope you enjoy these new songs!

Keep checking back, there’s lots more music on the horizon.

With special guest Matt Koziol!

Matt Koziol is a Nashville songwriter who has collaborated with a host of super pros in the industry– from John Paul White & Charlie Worsham to Abby Anderson & Bre Kennedy, among others. As his friends and collaborators say, “Matt has a knack for pulling remarkable stories from peers to use as inspiration in the songwriting process.” Of his work, Matt says, ” “I make music to feel, to move, and to heal — not only people who hear it, but also myself. So, while I have the chance to do it, I’ll make sure every chord and every note has every last piece of me with it to give. There is no sense and no worth in holding back.”

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Saturday, October 7th 2023 - 7:30 PM | Cascade Theatre

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