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Jan 26

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

Price: $17-$70

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BOOTH DOES NOT INCLUDE ADMISSION---LIMITED SEATED SHOW---Shovels and Rope tell the story of a hard time American town at the moment when the sun casts a long shadow from the gallows and illuminates the settling dust. A church bells sits scalded in a heap of brick and smoldering ash. A young man quietly counts his mothers tears through the arc of a hanging noose. New blades of grass begin to sprout on a fresh grave, and the sound of the rusty grinding gears of the passing train beg for changing times that never seem to come. Here, the hard fought battles between hope and desperation leave the heart weary town to buckle under its own sorrow.

Jan 28

Jan 28

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

Price: $8-$40

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Singer/Songwriter from fort worth texas. Blending southern soul and gospel.

Jan 29

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

Price: $10-$45

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BOOTH DOES NOT INCLUDE ADMISSION---LIMITED SEATED SHOW---Eric Lindell performs music that is as at home on your front porch on a summer evening as it is in a hot sweaty club on a Saturday night. It is southern soul music, infused with R&B and a touch of New Orleans funk. It is blues music, glazed with a taste of country. It is simple, heartfelt song writing; melodic guitar solos and an energized live performance. Presently his band’s rhythm section is comprised of Myles Weeks on upright bass and Will McMains on drums, which have been with Eric for over three years, making their live performances incredibly tight and intuitive. Both players are young, but have a swing feel of much more seasoned musicians. Eric has been recording and performing his brand of Americana music for over 20 years. As NOLA’s WWOZ DJ Black Mold has said, "You can tell within the first few seconds of a Lindell tune who it is...which many artists spend a lifetime trying to achieve.” Over the past few years, Lindell has been touring off and on with Funderburgh, one the most respected blues guitarists alive, known for his work with his own band, The Rockets. The result is pure, honest American roots music at its finest.

Jan 30

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

Price: $10-$50

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Nina Diaz


Nina Diaz, lead singer for the San Antonio band Girl in a Coma, has been hailed by NPR as “one of the two or three most exciting, scary-good vocalists in rock today.” At age 13 Nina’s began singing, playing guitar and writing songs for the band Girl in a Coma. After a decade of playing with GIAC, Nina now embarks on a solo career, writing music that is all her own. Nina debuted her new five-piece band in 2014 to sold out shows in Austin and San Antonio. 


Sarah Jaffe





For 28-year-old singer-songwriter Sarah Jaffe, Don’t Disconnect is both a mission statement and a call to arms -- an album about getting to know yourself in a hyper- connected world that makes it nearly impossible to do just that. The leadoff track from the Texas-born musician’s third LP sets the tone: “Middle of the line/ Middle of the road,” Jaffe sings over mid-tempo beats on “Ride It Out,” “Nowhere to hide on this logical plateau/ Gunna have to ride it out.” “Riding it out” -- that is, facing your reality and learning how to cope with it, is a powerful opening credo for an album titled Don’t Disconnect, which emphasizes the power of staying truly “connected” without unplugging from the world around you.




$5 at Door 7 Years and Under Free Rockstar Academy Bands on Stage Free for Rockstar Academy Ticket Holders

Jan 31

Jan 31

Doors open at 12:30 pm Starts at 1:30 pm All ages

Price: $5

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A rockin' school for kids AND adults. Learn from Grammy award winning producer, Michael Morales in lead vocal, guitar, bass, drums or keys.

Jan 31

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

Price: $10-$40

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Blackbird Sing has found the recipe to blending the swaggering bravado of punk, emotively captivating lyrics of the grandest forms of folk, rural country music aesthetics, the experimentation of an indie band with nothing to lose, and good old fashioned Americana that can only be described as exclusively their own. If asked, lead singer Vito Salinas will tell it like he has countless times before, “It’s not how you play. It’s what you play that really matters.”

Feb 2

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

Price: $10

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Swing/Traditional Jazz from San Antonio Texas.

Feb 6

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

Price: $15-$50

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BOOTH DOES NOT INCLUDE ADMISSION---LIMITED SEATED SHOW---There’s a story Terri Hendrix likes to tell crowds before singing her song “Wallet” that explains the meaning behind the song’s key line — and the motto by which she’s lived her life and run her career for the better part of the last two decades: “Own your own universe.” It goes back to the summer of 1996, when she self-released her first album, “Two Dollar Shoes,” after being turned down by three different record labels. Not only did she sell enough copies of the winsome debut to promptly pay back (with interest) the handful of friends who’d invested in her dream, by the time she was ready to release her second album, 1998’s “Wilory Farm,” she was going-her-own-way not by necessity but by choice. Nearly 20 years and many, many albums later, Hendrix is still going strong on her own Wilory Records — and all three of those labels that turned down her debut are long out of business. But Hendrix is more than just a veritable pioneer in the running-your-own-label revolution now sweeping the music industry and a “truly self-made woman” (as pegged by music luminary Al Kooper in a glowing review for her song “Slow Down.”) The Texas trailblazer is also an award-winning singer-songwriter, classically trained vocalist and multi-instrumentalist (guitar, mandolin, and harmonica); music workshop teacher (from the Berklee School of Music to the Kerrville Folk Festival to her own annual “Life’s a Song” retreat in Port Aransas, Texas); the author of a book combining essays and a soup-to-nuts independent artist how-to-guide called “Cry Till You Laugh — The Part that Ain’t Art” (described by the Austin American Statesman as “equal parts spiritual and practical, honest, funny, useful, revelatory and moving”); and, most recently, the founder of a 501(c)(3) nonprofit community arts center called the OYOU — which stands, of course, for “Own Your Own Universe.” Fundraising for the center’s eventual home — which will one day be a handicapped-accessible, multi-purpose venue in Hays County, Texas for people of all ages — has already begun. In the meantime, the OYOU is a “get-it-done” grassroots operation with the goal of getting music and all things art into the ears and hands of folks that need it via performances, instrument donations, workshops and other special events throughout Texas and beyond.

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