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Mar 28

Doors open at 8:00 pm Starts at 9:00 pm All ages

Price: $10-$45

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BOOTH DOES NOT INCLUDE ADMISSION---LIMITED SEATED SHOW---Born and raised in Bandera, TX with roots dating back to the 1800s. Charlie Montague VI (yes, 6) stared singing as soon as he could talk...riding shotgun (standing up) in his Dad's truck. Charlie has tried the not so corporate world of business, but his passion and talent keep leading him back to his gift-sharing stories through song with his powerful voice and energizing stage performance. His music career wasn't "official" until 2010-but in 2.5 short years, his talent has taken him far. Charlie has shared the stage with National and TX artists, and played legendary venues. When Charlie isn't preforming, you can find him in his hometown hanging on the river with his family, if he's not hunting, fishing, hiking, hunting for arrowheads, cutting brush, fixing a fence, starting a project outdoors or wrapping up an hr long conversation with someone he just met on the street.

Mar 29

Doors open at 6:00 pm Starts at 7:00 pm All ages

Price: $12-$45

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The British are coming Sunday 3/29 to Sam’s Burger Joint.   It’s the Beatles, the Stones and The Kinks, all in one night.  It’s less a battle of the bands, more a celebration of 1960’s songwriting craft and rock and roll postures.  Buttercup will perform a wild set of Kinks’ hits like “All Day and All of the Night” and “Sunny Afternoon”.  Many are familiar with Buttercup’s obsession with the Kinks’ unique musical genius.  NPR states Buttercup’s Kinks-inspired original compositions “stand on their own as eccentric pop gems out to tickle the left side of your brain.”  Local legends the Krayolas (ironically whose K is a nod to the Kinks) will perform the rough-edged, brilliant songs of the Rolling Stones.    Finally, the Navaira Brothers (of Ready Revolution and Emilio fame) will tackle a set of the Beatles’ greatest, with perfect harmonies.  ; Few can raise the flag of Beatlemania as high as Emilio and Diego Navaira.

It’s remarkable how powerful this show will be if you, like these talented musicians, truly love the music of the Stones, the Kinks and the Beatles.  No one goes home from this show frowning, guaranteed.  

Doors open at 6pm

Buttercup performs as the Kinks 7pm 
The Krayolas perform as the Rolling Stones 8pm
The Navaira Brothers perform as the Beatles 9pm





Mar 30

Doors open at 7:00 pm Starts at 8:30 pm All ages

Price: $10

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Experienced, road-tested and tougher than a two by four, The 24th Street Wailers are five musicians who originally met in music school. Their major influence? The sounds from the freewheeling period in the ‘40s and ‘50s when the Blues gave birth to Rock and Roll in black communities in major American cities. When showmanship mattered. When the sax player, not the guitarist, got the girls.

2012’s Unshakeable reached Top 10 on the Roots Music Report and carried the band even further — Dan Aykroyd’s House of Blues radio show called it “raw and authentically funky.” And Bill Wax’s syndicated B.B. King Radio Show on SiriusXM confirmed the band’s widespread national and international radio play. The Wailers have put the icing on the cake with a 2nd studio album, released early this year. Wicked is the CD’s title, and the adjective perfectly describes the music. Recorded in Austin Texas and produced by Billy Horton, producer and bassist for Texas rocker Nick Curran and who is also currently Jimmie Vaughan’s bass player, Wicked is a collection of 11 songs by Lindsay and Emily, with two covers, both of them considerable departures from the originals. Horton’s worked produced a who’s-who of Texas bands, and he helped put The Wailers’ drive and energy into the record’s grooves. The band’s put their autographs on a number of milestones along the road to success. They’ve been the only non-Quebec band to win both the Reléve en Blues and the Air Transat/Blues sur Seine competitions at Festiblues International de Montreal, which sent them to France to perform at The Blues sur Seine Festival. The Wailers were nominated for major Maple Blues Awards two years in a row, and for Blues Group/Duo of the Year at the Sirius XM Indie Awards. In February 2012, the band were semi-finalists in the International Blues Challenge in Memphis, Tennessee, cementing their place among their musical peers.

Apr 1

Doors open at 7:00 pm Starts at 8:00 pm All ages

Price: $10-$40

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The powerful blues-funk machine that is Devil's Hollow has re-emerged from the Texas Hill Country, rejuvenated and full of swagger, fueled with new material, and motivated with a renewed optimism. Still featuring the powerful, Allman Brothers-esque lead guitar duo of Justin Murray and Nick Doe, Devil's Hollow retains their Southern rock jam element, but new addition Thomas Raines on drums has changed the focus of the band; more emphasis on the groove, heavier on rhythm. "It was part of our strength, but it was also kind of a wild animal we had to corral. We all came from so many different backgrounds, rock, blues, funk, jazz, psychedelic jam. The band, and our successes, came quicker than any of us expected and as a band we were just running in circles," recalls guitarist Justin Murray. By the time the band had independently released their debut album in May 2010, they had already played venues as notable as Gruene Hall and Antone's, and opened for folks such as Bob Schneider, Del Castillo, and Uncle Lucius, with shows with Los Lonely Boys and Monte Montgomery on the horizon. "This is it; we're back, for real. We've never been so excited about the music we are producing, the collaboration, the ideas, the energy," says guitarist Justin Murray. "There wasn't any real reason we stopped before. Just needed to catch our breath." Individually, members of the band kept busy. Jimmy Hartman had never played bass before Devil's Hollow, and now, only 24, has played with well-known groups such as Del Castillo, Jeff Strahan, Bobby Mack, Seth James, touring in Europe and recently playing a fundraiser attended by the President. Keyboardist Matt Cain's other project, The Nadis Warriors, has headlined festivals nation-wide, including Wakarusa, Sonic Bloom, and UtopiaFest. To further the band's growth, the band has enlisted producer George Reiff, whose recent work with groups such as Shinyribs, Band of Heathens, and Tedeschi Trucks Band caught their attention. Working in Austin, Devil's Hollow and Reiff have worked on tweaking and developing new material, with a single set for release in August, and a follow-up album due in 2015. "We wanted someone to help rein in all of our elements. Someone to help give us that further push on particular instances, and to pull back in others, and George has an incredible ear for that, and has worked with groups of all styles," adds manager Tres Hefter. "We're ready to roll out this new stuff. Think it is going to surprise some people when they see what tricks we still have up our sleeve".

Apr 3

Doors open at 8:00 pm Starts at 9:00 pm All ages

Price: $12-$50

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With The Future Ain’t What It Used To Be, Bleu Edmondson’s long-awaited follow-up to 2007’s critically acclaimed Lost Boy, the southern-fried country rocker embarked on a search for truth, stripping back layers of regret, loss, and longing to uncover a renewed, albeit somewhat painfully soul-baring, view of himself and the world around him. He dug deeper into what the music meant to him as a musician, a writer and a man. “Writing is like holding up a mirror to those darkest corners of our lives that we keep hidden,” confides the raspy-throated singer. “It’s not always a pretty reflection, but it’s real and it matters.” The collection of songs ministers to the saint and the sinner in each of us. It is an amalgamation of those touch points and influences that give us permission to question, confront and raise a little hell on Saturday night. Bleu’s early years were spent focused on sports rather than music. He picked up a guitar for the first time during his college years, learned a few chords and his future was set. Bleu soon discovered that some of his favorite musical acts – Robert Earl Keen, Radney Foster, Uncle Tupelo – shared a common thread: Lloyd Maines either produced or played steel guitar on their recordings. A short time later, using a tape player in his dorm room, Bleu made guitar/vocal demos of some of his songs and sent the tape to Maines. Quickly recognizing the raw talent on that homemade cassette tape, Maines contacted Bleu and ultimately became his producer. The pairing made two records together – Southland and The Band Plays On – and Bleu credits Maines with giving him his start in the music business.

Apr 4

Doors open at 8:00 pm Starts at 9:00 pm All ages

Price: $10-$30

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Ready Revolution is a young Pop Rock band from San Antonio, TX, made up of Diego Navaira, Emilio Navaira, Matt Zavala, Shane Gamboa, and Kevin D.D.L.. Lead singer Diego has had his share of TV appearances on a national level including his Live Audition on season 5 of NBC's The Voice. Though he didn't turn any chairs, judges Adam Levine, Christina Aguilera, Ceelo Green, and Blake Shelton had nothing but praise and adoration when asked about his performance and voice. Though his TV endevours were put on hold, his music career in band Ready Revolution were far from over. They have toured hard for a year and a half with stops at Six Flags Dallas, House of Blues, and the most recently the Texas State Fair with Emblem 3 (Dallas), Buzzbomb (Chicago), Arleen's Grocery (New York, NY), and the Hit Factory Gibson Show Room (New York, NY). With two records under their belt within a year span (and a new one on the way), these kids are hungry and have a work ethic rare for a band their age. Their first effort (the Summer EP) was #1 on the reverb nation local pop charts. Song writers and producers Emilio and Diego Navaira trained with Grammy winning producer Michael Morales, and have worked as studio musician for years. The core of the band has been playing together in various bands and has played the Texas State Fair (Dallas), and Fan Fair (Nashville). Gibson guitars endorse Ready Revolution, and as part of former band (Von Army), were the youngest artists to ever be endorsed by the company.

Apr 6

Doors open at 7:00 pm Starts at 8:30 pm All ages

Price: $10

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A native of New York and coming from a close-knit Italian family, listening to standards was the norm for Johnny Panzarella while growing up. Distinguishing himself from other young musicians, Panzarella leads the ensamble "Johnny P and the Wiseguys" with velvety vocals and a dynamic trumpet sound. The band features original tunes penned by Panzerella,coupled with fresh and innovative musical arrangements of classics from the Great American Songbook

Apr 8

Doors open at 7:00 pm Starts at 8:00 pm All ages

Price: $7-$30

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BOOTH DOES NOT INCLUDE ADMISSION---LIMITED SEATED SHOW---$10 AT THE DOOR---Over the course of his career, Tom Freund has created a wide variety of albums. His first was a collaboration with Ben Harper and his last was a double disc live album. In between, he’s made full-lengths, EPs, a children’s CD and a Christmas album — but he’s never made an album like 2 Moons. This self-produced disc, due out August 17th on Surf Road Records, finds the Los Angeles-based Freund in a contemplative yet confident mood, where swirls of nostalgia blend with sharp-eyed views of life today. He delivers this CD’s main message in the standout track “Lemme Be Who I Wanna Be,” in which he declares: “I’m basically hooked on this life/it’s got a lot of problems/but it treats me real right/and you don’t have to agree with me/but let me fly my freak flag.” This oddly upbeat anthem of personal empowerment so impressed Canadian rock star Serena Ryder that she asked to sing on it. “Lemme Be Who I Wanna Be” represents a different type of song for Freund. “I’d rather just be honest and say ‘take me as a I am’,” he reveals, adding, “I felt that I didn’t have to dress up songs with clever couplets all the time.”

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