We asked staff and faculty members who make music to tell us about themselves at Longhornmusicians.com. Here is just a sample of the talented people working alongside us every day.
Department of Art and Art History, 4 years at UT
Curtis plays synths and creates album art for Black Books. You can catch him twice a month at such venues as Mohawk, Cheer Up Charlies and Electric Church.
Office of the Associate Dean for Research, 23 years at UT
Dembowski is a singer-songwriter who also plays guitar for Viewers Like Ewe and his solo project, Scooter Holiday. Catch him weekly at Dozen Street and Sassy’s Vegetarian Soul Food.
Jackson School of Geosciences, 17 years at UT
Ivicic plays acoustic guitar and sings as a solo act and also is part of the band West Travis. He performs weekly at Blind Pig Pub, among other gigs.
Moody College of Communication, 9 years at UT
Jones sings and plays guitar, harmonica and keytar under the name Southpaw Jones. You can catch his folk-pop act annually at the Cactus Café with Matt the Electrician.
Michael Stewart Nelson
Applied Research Laboratories, 9 years at UT
Nelson plays bass for Southern Joker, which performs occasionally around Austin.
KUT Radio, 4 years at UT
Perlman plays drums and does production for Hand Signals and the Barton Hills Choir. You can catch him monthly at various venues around Austin.
University Development Office, 15 years at UT
Post plays bass, synths and vocals with the Union Jacks, Tallest Towers and Mass Minor. You can catch him at clubs such as the Highball, Speakeasy and Baker Street Pub.