Beth Lee and the Breakups
May
6
7:30 pm19:30

Beth Lee and the Breakups

"A perfect mix of brass, sass, vulnerability, and no-nonsense" -- Laurie Gallardo, KUTX, Austin Music Minute

"One More Time Again" was voted in the top 40 albums of 2013 by Calvin Powers of the American Music Show...
"Beth Lee’s rock & roll, is simple and straight forward. It’s a
retro-roots-rock sound, but not nostalgic. It’s music designed to frame her
voice which is clear and strong and full of conviction, even when she’s singing
about heartache and woe. 

John Conquest of Third Coast Music Magazine also chose it as one of his favorites of the year...
"Beth Lee was born to front a country rock band...[her] ability to sing tender and vulnerable on one song, be country heartbroken on another and rock out on a third, [the breakups] can come across like Wanda Jackson & The Party Timers or early Lucinda Williams"

Apr
16
12:00 pm12:00

Gal Holiday and The Honky Tonk Revue

Gal Holiday and the Honky Tonk Revue were at the vanguard of New Orleans’ now-thriving country scene when they formed over a decade ago, and they’ve remained in a league of their own ever since. Combining evocative songwriting, impeccable musicianship, and a twinge of punk sensibility to boot, their infectious Western swing energy has earned them their place in the upper echelon of local favorites and helped grow an avid fan-base of two-steppers around the world. 

http://www.galholiday.com/

Beth Lee & The Breakups
Apr
1
7:30 pm19:30

Beth Lee & The Breakups

"A perfect mix of brass, sass, vulnerability, and no-nonsense" -- Laurie Gallardo, KUTX, Austin Music Minute

"One More Time Again" was voted in the top 40 albums of 2013 by Calvin Powers of the American Music Show...


"Beth Lee’s rock & roll, is simple and straight forward. It’s a
retro-roots-rock sound, but not nostalgic. It’s music designed to frame her
voice which is clear and strong and full of conviction, even when she’s singing
about heartache and woe. 


John Conquest of Third Coast Music Magazine also chose it as one of his favorites of the year...
"Beth Lee was born to front a country rock band...[her] ability to sing tender and vulnerable on one song, be country heartbroken on another and rock out on a third, [the breakups] can come across like Wanda Jackson & The Party Timers or early Lucinda Williams

Gal Holiday and the Honky Tonk Revue
Mar
12
12:00 pm12:00

Gal Holiday and the Honky Tonk Revue

Gal Holiday and the Honky Tonk Revue were at the vanguard of New Orleans’ now-thriving country scene when they formed over a decade ago, and they’ve remained in a league of their own ever since. Combining evocative songwriting, impeccable musicianship, and a twinge of punk sensibility to boot, their infectious Western swing energy has earned them their place in the upper echelon of local favorites and helped grow an avid fan-base of two-steppers around the world. 

http://www.galholiday.com/

The Traveling Ones CD RELEASE
Mar
4
7:30 pm19:30

The Traveling Ones CD RELEASE

Not ones to stay in the same place for long, The Traveling Ones is an americana folk band based in Austin, Texas.

Justin and Emily found each other at an Austin open mic in December of 2014 while pursuing their respective musical careers. There was an immediate and undeniable chemistry, and they started playing together around town. They were met with great response from audiences everywhere which led to the formation of The Traveling Ones in December of 2015. Soulful harmonies and honest songwriting over a foundation of rock ‘n’ roll creates the duo’s unique americana sound. They are currently working on their debut album and are focused and ready to share their flavor of americana across Texas and beyond.

Nick & Paige
Feb
25
8:00 pm20:00

Nick & Paige

When Nick Boettcher & Paige DeChausse met in Chicago in 2011, the two instantly connected over old soul songs and quickly joined forces developing their blues, roots-rock band, Paige & The Reverent Few. After 2 1/2 years of touring the Midwest, Nick & Paige moved to Austin to be closer to Nick's ailing father and immediately immersed themselves into the Austin music scene.

DeChausse's sweet sultry vocals, Boettchers bluesy guitar styling's, paired with collective intricate harmonies and arrangements, the two naturally approach music with an honest and soulful sound. Their influences span from John Prine & Dylan to the sounds of Chess Records, Little Milton, The Band, & Gillian Welch and David Rawlings.

Nick & Paige independently released their first self-titled EP in the winter of 2013 and are working to release their first full-length record later this year.

Ragtime Willie
Feb
24
7:30 pm19:30

Ragtime Willie

Will Webster is among the few young musicians today who did not grow up in the 1920s that you will swear must be lying about his age. Crooked mountain reels careen out of the fiddle cradled in his elbow. East Texas rags take on a new life played through the 5-string banjo with his bottle-neck slide. The range and depth of Will's art do old-fashioned justice to venerable music from the likes of Sam Chatmon, John Carson, and D.H. Williams. Born way up in the mountain state of Utah, he brought the best of the wild west down to the little town of Austin, Texas, which is now proud to have him call River City home.

The Patrons
Feb
18
7:30 pm19:30

The Patrons

Blues, Rock & Roots.The Patrons play it all! An eclectic combination of original material & select covers that keep you rockin' all night long. 

Nick & Paige
Feb
11
8:00 pm20:00

Nick & Paige

When Nick Boettcher & Paige DeChausse met in Chicago in 2011, the two instantly connected over old soul songs and quickly joined forces developing their blues, roots-rock band, Paige & The Reverent Few. After 2 1/2 years of touring the Midwest, Nick & Paige moved to Austin to be closer to Nick's ailing father and immediately immersed themselves into the Austin music scene.

DeChausse's sweet sultry vocals, Boettchers bluesy guitar styling's, paired with collective intricate harmonies and arrangements, the two naturally approach music with an honest and soulful sound. Their influences span from John Prine & Dylan to the sounds of Chess Records, Little Milton, The Band, & Gillian Welch and David Rawlings.

Nick & Paige independently released their first self-titled EP in the winter of 2013 and are working to release their first full-length record later this year.

Ragtime Willie
Feb
10
7:30 pm19:30

Ragtime Willie

Will Webster is among the few young musicians today who did not grow up in the 1920s that you will swear must be lying about his age. Crooked mountain reels careen out of the fiddle cradled in his elbow. East Texas rags take on a new life played through the 5-string banjo with his bottle-neck slide. The range and depth of Will's art do old-fashioned justice to venerable music from the likes of Sam Chatmon, John Carson, and D.H. Williams. Born way up in the mountain state of Utah, he brought the best of the wild west down to the little town of Austin, Texas, which is now proud to have him call River City home.

The Blues Posse Duet
Jan
28
7:00 pm19:00

The Blues Posse Duet

Jack Edery and Jamie Van Been. Impressarios of The Blues and all things that Shuffle and Boogie, gather together at the altar of All Things Blue.

Ragtime Willie
Jan
27
7:30 pm19:30

Ragtime Willie

Will Webster is among the few young musicians today who did not grow up in the 1920s that you will swear must be lying about his age. Crooked mountain reels careen out of the fiddle cradled in his elbow. East Texas rags take on a new life played through the 5-string banjo with his bottle-neck slide. The range and depth of Will's art do old-fashioned justice to venerable music from the likes of Sam Chatmon, John Carson, and D.H. Williams. Born way up in the mountain state of Utah, he brought the best of the wild west down to the little town of Austin, Texas, which is now proud to have him call River City home.

The Traveling Ones
Jan
21
7:30 pm19:30

The Traveling Ones

Not ones to stay in the same place for long, The Traveling Ones is an americana folk band based in Austin, Texas.

Justin and Emily found each other at an Austin open mic in December of 2014 while pursuing their respective musical careers. There was an immediate and undeniable chemistry, and they started playing together around town. They were met with great response from audiences everywhere which led to the formation of The Traveling Ones in December of 2015. Soulful harmonies and honest songwriting over a foundation of rock ‘n’ roll creates the duo’s unique americana sound. They are currently working on their debut album and are focused and ready to share their flavor of americana across Texas and beyond.

Nick & Paige
Jan
14
8:00 pm20:00

Nick & Paige

When Nick Boettcher & Paige DeChausse met in Chicago in 2011, the two instantly connected over old soul songs and quickly joined forces developing their blues, roots-rock band, Paige & The Reverent Few. After 2 1/2 years of touring the Midwest, Nick & Paige moved to Austin to be closer to Nick's ailing father and immediately immersed themselves into the Austin music scene.

DeChausse's sweet sultry vocals, Boettchers bluesy guitar styling's, paired with collective intricate harmonies and arrangements, the two naturally approach music with an honest and soulful sound. Their influences span from John Prine & Dylan to the sounds of Chess Records, Little Milton, The Band, & Gillian Welch and David Rawlings.

Nick & Paige independently released their first self-titled EP in the winter of 2013 and are working to release their first full-length record later this year.

Ragtime Willie
Jan
13
7:30 pm19:30

Ragtime Willie

Will Webster is among the few young musicians today who did not grow up in the 1920s that you will swear must be lying about his age. Crooked mountain reels careen out of the fiddle cradled in his elbow. East Texas rags take on a new life played through the 5-string banjo with his bottle-neck slide. The range and depth of Will's art do old-fashioned justice to venerable music from the likes of Sam Chatmon, John Carson, and D.H. Williams. Born way up in the mountain state of Utah, he brought the best of the wild west down to the little town of Austin, Texas, which is now proud to have him call River City home.

The Traveling Ones
Jan
7
7:30 pm19:30

The Traveling Ones

Not ones to stay in the same place for long, The Traveling Ones is an americana folk band based in Austin, Texas.

Justin and Emily found each other at an Austin open mic in December of 2014 while pursuing their respective musical careers. There was an immediate and undeniable chemistry, and they started playing together around town. They were met with great response from audiences everywhere which led to the formation of The Traveling Ones in December of 2015. Soulful harmonies and honest songwriting over a foundation of rock ‘n’ roll creates the duo’s unique americana sound. They are currently working on their debut album and are focused and ready to share their flavor of americana across Texas and beyond.

Wynn Taylor and the Redcombs
Dec
31
7:30 pm19:30

Wynn Taylor and the Redcombs

Wynn Taylor is a native of Lexington, Kentucky.  Like many in his profession, he is the son of a preacher and of course, it goes without saying, this is how this life long musician got his start.  In high school, Wynn earned both regional and national honors in voice. After  graduation and finding college was not for him despite a vocal scholarship, Wynn kicked around in a few bands until joining the U.S. Army as a Calvary Scout.  Serving in both Desert Shield & Desert Storm, Wynn is a proud U.S. Veteran.

Over the years, Wynn has opened for Guy Clark, Rhett Miller, Leon Russell, Hank Williams Jr's Bama Band, NRBQ, Band of Heathens, 2 Tons of Steel, Pinetop Perkins and one time he even sat in Elvis' car.

The Texas KGB
Dec
18
12:00 pm12:00

The Texas KGB

The Texas K.G.B. (Kelly Green Band) is a quintet of professional musicians that play "Original Americana Music" including Rock, Country, Blues, Alternative and more. Based in Austin, TX, the band travels the country playing various venues (Theaters, clubs, festivals, fairs, private shows, etc.).


Kelly Green sings, plays lead and slide guitar. Jace plays rhythm guitar and is the lead singer. B.B. Lee is on bass guitar Dawg plays drums. And Kody Lee is on percussion and Saxophone. The Texas K.G.B. is endorsed by Blackstar Amps, Jay Turser Guitars, and Dean Markley Strings. Check out the website for more information!  www.thetexaskgb.com

The Traveling Ones
Dec
17
7:30 pm19:30

The Traveling Ones

Not ones to stay in the same place for long, The Traveling Ones is an americana folk band based in Austin, Texas.

Justin and Emily found each other at an Austin open mic in December of 2014 while pursuing their respective musical careers. There was an immediate and undeniable chemistry, and they started playing together around town. They were met with great response from audiences everywhere which led to the formation of The Traveling Ones in December of 2015. Soulful harmonies and honest songwriting over a foundation of rock ‘n’ roll creates the duo’s unique americana sound. They are currently working on their debut album and are focused and ready to share their flavor of americana across Texas and beyond.

The Texas KGB
Dec
11
12:00 pm12:00

The Texas KGB

The Texas K.G.B. (Kelly Green Band) is a quintet of professional musicians that play "Original Americana Music" including Rock, Country, Blues, Alternative and more. Based in Austin, TX, the band travels the country playing various venues (Theaters, clubs, festivals, fairs, private shows, etc.).
Kelly Green sings, plays lead and slide guitar. Jace plays rhythm guitar and is the lead singer. B.B. Lee is on bass guitar Dawg plays drums. And Kody Lee is on percussion and Saxophone. The Texas K.G.B. is endorsed by Blackstar Amps, Jay Turser Guitars, and Dean Markley Strings. Check out the website for more information!www.thetexaskgb.com

Nick & Paige
Dec
10
8:00 pm20:00

Nick & Paige

When Nick Boettcher & Paige DeChausse met in Chicago in 2011, the two instantly connected over old soul songs and quickly joined forces developing their blues, roots-rock band, Paige & The Reverent Few. After 2 1/2 years of touring the Midwest, Nick & Paige moved to Austin to be closer to Nick's ailing father and immediately immersed themselves into the Austin music scene.

DeChausse's sweet sultry vocals, Boettchers bluesy guitar styling's, paired with collective intricate harmonies and arrangements, the two naturally approach music with an honest and soulful sound. Their influences span from John Prine & Dylan to the sounds of Chess Records, Little Milton, The Band, & Gillian Welch and David Rawlings.

Nick & Paige independently released their first self-titled EP in the winter of 2013 and are working to release their first full-length record later this year.

Ragtime Willie
Dec
9
7:30 pm19:30

Ragtime Willie

Will Webster is among the few young musicians today who did not grow up in the 1920s that you will swear must be lying about his age. Crooked mountain reels careen out of the fiddle cradled in his elbow. East Texas rags take on a new life played through the 5-string banjo with his bottle-neck slide. The range and depth of Will's art do old-fashioned justice to venerable music from the likes of Sam Chatmon, John Carson, and D.H. Williams. Born way up in the mountain state of Utah, he brought the best of the wild west down to the little town of Austin, Texas, which is now proud to have him call River City home.

The Traveling Ones
Dec
3
7:30 pm19:30

The Traveling Ones

Not ones to stay in the same place for long, The Traveling Ones is an americana folk band based in Austin, Texas.

Justin and Emily found each other at an Austin open mic in December of 2014 while pursuing their respective musical careers. There was an immediate and undeniable chemistry, and they started playing together around town. They were met with great response from audiences everywhere which led to the formation of The Traveling Ones in December of 2015. Soulful harmonies and honest songwriting over a foundation of rock ‘n’ roll creates the duo’s unique americana sound. They are currently working on their debut album and are focused and ready to share their flavor of americana across Texas and beyond.

 

Pickin' Porch
Dec
2
8:00 pm20:00

Pickin' Porch

Larryland in The Crossing is hosting their monthly Pickin' on the Porch at Neighbor's. Come hang out and enjoy this interactive music experience. If you're musically inclined, bring your instrument and join the fun! Pickin' on the Porch is the FIRST FRIDAY of every month!