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with Special Guest Garrett T. Capps & The Only Hippsters

May 22

May 22

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

Price: $10-$30

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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.”

May 23

May 23

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

Price: $10-$50

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BOOTH DOES NOT INCLUDE ADMISSION---LIMITED SEATED SHOW---Texas based songwriter, Max Stalling, had no expectation of ever being in the music business. “I didn’t even pick up a guitar until graduate school,” notes Stalling. After attending high school in South Texas, Stalling studied at Texas A&M - College Station, where he earned a masters degree in Food Science. He followed the corporate road from there and eventually landed in Dallas working in product development for Frito-Lay.

During this time, Stalling discovered the Three Teardrops Tavern and Dallas community radio station KNON. These outlets exposed a musical heritage to which Stalling had been nearly oblivious. Inspired by artists like Townes Van Zandt, Robert Earl Keen, Guy Clark, Lyle Lovett, and Jerry Jeff Walker, Stalling started writing songs, recording albums, and eventually touring with a full band to back him. In June 2008, Stalling joined musical greats Kris Kristofferson, Michael Nesmith of the Monkees, Selena, Guy Clark and many others when he received a star on the South Texas Music Walk of Fame in Corpus Christi.

Stalling's style is modern with a vintage feel. With Jeff Howe on drums and percussion, Bryce Clarke on nylon-string guitar, electric guitar and mandolin, and Jason Steinsultz swapping between stand-up and electric bass, Stalling creates a dynamic live show that’s smart, charming and as listenable as it is danceable. Stalling and troupe are equally at home on a huge concert stage in front of thousands or playing an acoustic set for a hundred. Attendance numbers at shows have continued to rise. “I chalk it up to the strength of the songs and the strength of my band”, comments Max.

Despite playing the same circuit as many household names in Texas country, grouping Stalling with them would be premature. His unique voice and amusingly clever song lyrics pull him in a different direction - a direction most obviously evident in his newest record Home to You.

May 25

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

Price: $10

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Keith Magel is hereafter to be known as the Texas Piano Man. We’ll call him TPM so I can type faster. TPM’s 2003 CD is “TEXASPIANOMAN.COM” (and that’s also his website, duh). How’s the music? It’s fantastic. To use some other coined phrases, Slim Pickens would have called it ‘splendifferous’ and Will Farrell might call it ‘scrumtrulescent.’ Magel pens or co-writes all but one cut of this ten-track treasure that includes hilarious glimpses of life like “No Pun Intended” and the we-all-can-relate roadside conversation with a cop, “D.I.W.” (worth the price of the entire disc) TPM has a serious song on the album, too. I’m not sure which one it is, so you’ll have to get the CD. From the opening cut “Boogie Man,” TPM takes you on a boogie-woogie honky-tonkin’ piano frenzy that also showcases one fabulous guitar performance after another from Dub Robinson. The disc is well produced, and TPM has assembled a stellar cast for this release. Some of my favorite CDs are going to feel jealous as this disc takes up residence on the ‘fave’ shelf. This is a must-buy for fans who love great music and a good laugh. Award worthy at every level, get your copy today.

May 28

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

Price: $7-$30

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BOOTH DOES NOT INCLUDE ADMISSION---LIMITED SEATED SHOW---Rich proves true with huge lyrical passion, a gigantic portion of daring subject matter that’ll leave any listener wide-eyed, and massive on-stage energy. This energy hasn’t fallen one bit even after four years of touring nationally. It’s only increased, and for Rich, that’s the plan for the rest of his career.

May 29

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

Price: $10-$45

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Armed with old bastardized mid-century guitars, hand-me-down fiddles and banjos, home-made contraptions with just enough tension on a string to be considered an instrument and any random percussive item he can get his hands or feet on, Lincoln Durham is a roots-rock revivalist with a heavy amped edge, preaching the gospel of some new kind of depraved music. With driving guttural beats backboning various growling stringed instruments Lincoln gives birth to a sound that transcends genres with his dark, poetic and raw writing style telling tales that E.A. Poe would have been proud of. Lincoln’s musical odyssey began in the little Texas town of Itasca when his grandpa, Charlie, and dad, Ed, put a fiddle in his hands at age 4. He would grow into an accomplished fiddle player around Arkansas, Oklahoma and Texas, winning the Texas State Youth Fiddle Championship at age 10. Lincoln afterward followed the path so many musicians have, finding his vice in the seductive, siren-like callings of the electric guitar. Or, in Lincoln’s case, the acoustic slide guitar with gnarly pickups haphazardly screwed into it. Lincoln’s true biography is in his live show. The passion in his sweat drenched, electrifyingly mesmerizing one-man-band show draws you in to feel every scar and drop of blood in his painfully intimate lyrics. It takes something beautifully “off” to get on stage with just hands and feet for a band, driven by a howling voice, and morbidly preach a music that harkens back to the old blues masters, Son House and Fred McDowell, infused with the edge and angst of Tom Waits and Nick Cave.

May 30

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

Price: $13-$60

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June 1994 we launched High Temperature. A fat juicy hour from a 275 minutes long record setting concert that literally knocked the audience of it’s dancing feet at 4AM., as Doc-O-zone announced. Doc-O-zone, who was so overwhelmed by the musical capacity of Guy Forsyth when he saw him in a hot smoky venue in Austin, Texas, that he started a record label to make his music publicized. Over the years Guy Forsyth developed to a great artist. Performer of most self-made compositions, singer, guitarist, ukelele, harmonica player, musical saw, name it and he will amaze you. Audiences love Guy. He is a dynamic personality on record, but it is on stage that the thruth comes out: Guy lives to play - the thrill is in the show. His spectacular live shows are meanwhile well known in big parts of Europe, next to, of course, the USA. In 2005 he started his own record label Small and Nimble Records. June 2011 Doc-O-zone died and left the tapes of the recordings at “Metropool” Hengelo in 1993 to Guy. This led to a new partnership between Lizard Discs and Small and Nimble Records from which you have part of the result in your hands. Red Dress, High Temperature part 2, previously unreleased music of the recordings in 1993, another fat hour of the fizzy show. Unbelievable how the quality sustained during the years. You hear the audience react on the everlasting, uplifting music by Guy Forsyth. You feel the energy splashes of the CD. That’s what you get when you visit a show. Once you have seen him on stage you can’t resist coming back.

May 31

May 31

Doors open at 6:00 pm Starts at 6:30 pm All ages

Price: $12-$50

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BOOTH DOES NOT INCLUDE ADMISSION---LIMITED SEATED SHOW--- $20 AT THE DOOR---Kevin Max paints with many colors and the beauty of his artistry is that he is always creating something new and innovative. Beginning with 4-time Grammy-Award winning and 17 GMA-Dove Award winning group DC Talk, he forged new territory by expanding the borders of what Christian music could sound like and helped exponentially grow the sales and awareness of Christian music. During the 2000’s, Kevin explored new musical directions releasing several highly-acclaimed solo albums that ranged in styles from alternative rock and spoken word to pop and rootsy gospel. Along the way, the ever-creative Kevin Max wrote books of poetry, a novel, acted in films, and toured the world which included residencies in LA and Las Vegas. In 2012, Kevin joined his long-time friends in the band Audio Adrenaline as their new lead singer. Their album “Kings & Queens” was highly successful and garnered a massive hit radio single of the same name. Kevin’s return to the CCM community was welcomed with amazing enthusiasm as evidenced not only by success in sales and radio, but by playing almost 200 shows in support of the album. Fans and industry gatekeepers were ecstatic to once again hear the incomparable ‘voice’ of Kevin Max on tour and on the radio. Of his Audio Adrenaline experience, Kevin said, "The past two years have been an epic pursuit of music, missions and bringing hope to the ‘least of these.’ Being zoomed in close to Mark Stuart’s vision with Hands and Feet, and seeing first hand the work that was being done in Jacmel, Haiti, has given me a broader picture of what a rock-and-roll band could accomplish for the kingdom. It was beyond a joy to film a video in Haiti, and see the single ‘Kings and Queens’ capture a small glimpse into the lives of these beautiful children. It has been an honor to create an album with Mark and a handful of like-minded musicians, and tour this album for the last couple of years. Our friendships and bonds have strengthened beyond music, and the door that God opened for me to step through became a much bigger portal to finding myself. I am learning the difference between performing for God and serving Him through the gift of music." Currently, Kevin is pursuing a renewed solo artist path without Audio Adrenaline as they are moving in a different creative direction. He will release a new album entitled “Broken Temples” on Motion Records in February 2015 working with producers Rob Hawkins, Josh Silverberg, & others. The first single, “Light Me Up” will hit radio in August with plans for touring in the fall and Spring 2015. Regarding this new season Kevin says, "I have spent the last two years being refined and restored. I feel revitalized. I am excited about what is around the corner for my family, friends and the music that God continues to gift us with. I have no desire to run from Nashville. I have no desire to run from what I have continued to pursue in the Christian Arts. If anything, I feel that these last two years have given me the tools and desire to make the best art I can within this industry. One of the first dc Talk monikers was ‘if it’s Christian, it ought to be better.’ That is my new goal and again more than ever, a slogan in my life. I, Kevin Max, promise to dive deep into music, poetry, stories and imagination, but most of all into the web of wonderful relationships and people that God has brought into my life on this amazing journey of the soul.”

Jun 1

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

Price: $10

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