This month features two well-known and popular performers based in San Marcos. The music kicks off at 1:00 p.m. with Nate Guthrie. Nate is a career musician, singer, songwriter, guitar picker, and mandolin extraordinaire. He is in great demand, having played over 200 shows a year for the past three years; for him, there is no doubt that the future is bright. The vivid imagery in his large catalog of well-crafted original songs are performed intensely, composed impeccably, and offer a glance at life through the eyes of someone who just won't give up. Find out more about Nate Guthrie at www.NateGuthriemusic.com or www.facebook.com/nate.guthrie.9. Following at 2:30 p.m. is Missoula Slim. Also known as John Gilliam, he got the stage name Missoula Slim from Kent Finlay, "the Godfather of Texas songwriters," at Cheatham Street Warehouse in 2004. Missoula has been writing and performing for many years, originally in Montana and Washington, and for more than a decade, here in Central Texas. Missoula Slim performs the Happy Hour show every Wednesday at Cheatham Street Warehouse in San Marcos starting at 6:00 p.m. Many of his songs contain bits of offbeat wit and wisdom, covering a variety of styles, ranging from folk and country to jazz and alternative rock. Check out the music of Missoula Slim at http://missoulaslim.com.