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Joshua Balis

 

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"Brainliss Sundays"
with The Cutlers

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Simon Flory

 

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Boys Named Sue

 

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Miss Marcy

 

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"Brainliss Sundays"
with The Cutlers

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Clay Parker & Jodi James

 

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Joshua Ray Walker Greg Schroeder Garrett Owen

 

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Jeff Plankenhorn

 

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Ann Armstrong
Steve Hughes

 

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"Brainliss Sundays"
with The Cutlers

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Camille, John & Paul

 

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Sweetwood Jack

 

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Travelin Jed

 

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"Brainliss Sundays"
with The Cutlers

Friday, July27 -  Eve & the Exiles



BY POPULAR DEMAND !!! AllGood Cafe® announces EXTENDED SUNDAY HOURS !!!
Brunch/Breakfast now being served until 3pm on Sundays !!!
Full Lunch/Dinner Menu available until 7pm

TICKETS TO MAJOR SHOWS ARE NOW AVAILABLE THRU Prekindle

chilis Friday, May 4 at 8PM chilis

citylights

JOSHUA BALIS

8PM

chilis Thursday, May 10 at 8PM chilis

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SIMON FLORY

8PM

chilis Friday, May 11 at 7PM chilis

REDNECK HAPPY HOUR

BOYS NAMED SUE   ARE IN THE HOUSE!!!

7PM-9PM

chilis Saturday, May 12 at 8PM chilis

Miss Marcy is a blues shouting powerhouse. -DallasObserver.com

MISS MARCY & her TEXAS SUGERDADDY'S

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In a musical genre dominated too often by men, Miss Marcy is at the forefront of the Dallas blues scene, wowing blues aficionados with a voice that sounds one part angelic/two parts devilish, which nearly caused this listener's heart to stop as I fell into her words. Graduating from the University of North Texas in 2001, Miss Marcy has spent the last decade playing club gigs, festivals and private parties across the Dallas/Fort Worth area. In 2010, she released her first album Miss Marcy and the Texas SugarDaddy's. Harnessing blues divas like Bessie Smith, Ma Rainey and Big Mama Thorton, Miss Marcy is living proof that the blues are timeless. -DallasObserver.com

She ain't no schooled musician with a fancy degree. Miss Marcy is a Bar Singer. She graduated from University of North Texas with a degree in English Literature and since then has been hanging out in bars and playing music with Dallas’ finest musicians. Miss Marcy has been working the Dallas/ Ft. Worth entertainment circuit regularly for several years now. Her musical passion resides with Blues and traditional Jazz. Miss Marcy’s musical style is derived from the Divas from the first part of the 20th century including Bessie Smith, Ma Rainey, Big Mama Thorton , and the like. In her live show, she rarely does popular standards and instead selects songs that were considered by 20’s and 30’s audiences to be too suggestive for radio or too racial. She has always enjoyed the music of that era and tries to re-create the sound as it would have been.

8PM

chilis Wednesday, May 16 at 7PM chilis

the music they make is pure country, or what country ought to be.

CLAY PARKER & JODI JAMES

Even though they're not related, Clay Parker and Jodi James sound like they're joined at the hip.

The Baton Rouge-based duo does family style harmony that's closer than most families. It's as smooth as mayonnaise, blended so it spreads easily on whatever topic they're covering. They classify themselves as folksingers, but the music they make is pure country, or what country ought to be.

It's easy to get lost in this stuff, kick back and just let it wash over you. It's perfect back-porch, foot-dangling music, a fine soundtrack for the end to a perfect day and the start of a laid-back evening. NoDepression.com

7PM

chilis Thursday, May 17 at 8PM chilis

JOSHUA RAY WALKER
GREG SCHROEDER
GARRETT OWEN

8PM

chilis Friday, May 18 at 8PM chilis

JEFF PLANKENHORN

"Over the course of the last two decades, Jeff Plankenhorn has worked tirelessly to earn his rep as one of the most reliably can-do, right-dude-for-the-job musicians in Austin, Texas. As an exceptionally talented acoustic, electric, slide, and lap-steel guitarist with a keen understanding of the importance of playing to and for a song rather than all over it, he’s been called on countless times to back a veritable who’s who of Texas and Americana music’s finest singers and songwriters, including Ray Wylie Hubbard, Joe Ely, Eliza Gilkyson, Ruthie Foster, and the late Jimmy LaFave.” —LONE STAR MUSIC

"Jeff Plankenhorn has become something of an Austin institution, sought after by many artists to lend his musical talents to their albums and performances. Calling him a guitarist doesn’t quite do him justice, though. Sure, he’s designed his very own guitar – a custom lap steel guitar called, perhaps not surprisingly, “The Plank”. Give him just about any stringed instrument, however, and he’ll no doubt get it singing… The songs have a wonderful lived-in wanderlust to them, filled with catchy Americana melodies that are served up with airy and freewheeling arrangements. Stylistically, the songs range from the rugged and bluesy 'Never Again' to the pop-oriented 'I Don’t Know Anything' to the gentle acoustic ballad 'Further to Fall’.” —TWANGVILLE

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chilis Saturday, May 19 at 8PM chilis

If you haven’t caught her act, you’re way behind the times in keeping up with the Texas blues scene.

ANN ARMSTRONG
STEVE HUGHES

Ann Armstrong writes intriguing songs, plays a mean guitar, and delivers blues and folk in a voice that sounds like it’s flown to Hell and back on its own wings. -Buddy Magazine

On stage, Dallas’ Ann Armstrong is forceful when she pulls out her acoustic bottleneck slide guitar to play the blues. Ms. Armstrong’s furious, down-and-dirty rendition of Robert Johnson’s ‘Come Into My Kitchen’ – the highlight of her live set – is downright flammable. Ms Armstrong also shares some genuinely catchy pop hooks on original songs such as ‘Stars Go Out” and “Think About the Rain” Why, at times backed by a ticklish flute and her own stellar acoustic guitar, dangerous Ann Armstrong comes across as sweet as sugar. Ms. Armstrong’s live sets are so substantial – extra grit, extra grease, extra sassy slide guitar. -Dallas Morning News

Ann Armstrong’s talents, both as a songwriter and blues performer, are deep and diverse. Armstrong’s music, whether recorded or live, is solid, sincere and roots-conscious. Her constant companion and musical partner Steve Hughes spices up the proceedings with fine harmonica and flute work. If you haven’t caught her act (check-out her blazing bottle-neck guitar work), you’re way behind the times in keeping up with the Texas blues scene. -Austin American Statesman

Ann Armstrong is right up there with the great musical exports of Texas! She plays guitar sometimes sweetly, sometimes prickly as an Ocotillo cactus, sings like a steam-powered nightingale and writes songs from a depth of experience. Ann Armstrong and multi-instrumentalist Steve Hughes deliver a delectable mixture of Folk, Americana and Blues, from classic covers like Robert Johnson's 'Come Into My Kitchen' to Armstrong's own gorgeous classic, 'Think About the Rain'. They have, through the years, shared billings with Albert Collins, Jerry Jeff Walker, Hot Tuna, Arlo Guthrie, Guy Clark, Taj Mahal, Bobby 'Blue' Bland, Richard Thompson and many more.

8PM

chilis Sunday, May 20 at 5PM chilis

Free family friendly funnnn with White Gravy on the side

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"Brainliss Sunday" with THE CUTLERS

Live Music from 5 - 7pm hosted every Sunday by Kelly Cutler, former KNON DJ, road mangler/guitar tech for Gatemouth Brown, musician, comedian and professional raconteur ...

5 ‑ 7PM

chilis Thursday, May 24 at 8PM chilis

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CAMILLE, JOHN & PAUL

8PM

chilis Friday, May 25 at 8PM chilis

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SWEETWOOD JACK

60's, 70's & 80's rock 'n roll hits by Jenna Clark, Mike Randall & a rotating cast of characters from the best bands in DFW.

8PM

chilis Saturday, May 26 at 8PM chilis

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TRAVELIN JED

8PM

chilis Friday, July 27 at 8PM chilis

Blues grooves, Texas roots and trashy garage from Austin, TX

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EVE & the EXILES

Two potentially divergent influences define Austin native Eve Monsees. First, as has been documented profusely, her childhood comrade in guitar remains blues powerhouse Gary Clark Jr. More importantly, perhaps, her first gig involved Ramones covers by Nineties garage punks the Soulbenders. Both underline the soundtrack to her ripping out the heart of a Telecaster with the Exiles, the crackerjack raunch & roll outfit Monsees has helmed since she came of age locally. Leading all-stars Mike Buck (drums/husband), Pat Collins (bass), and Thierry Le Coz (guitar) across 12 sticks of sonic dynamite, this taut rhythm section snorts out both prime era Yardbirds/Pretty Things ("One Glass," "Follow the Thread") and grinding, Chess Records- drenched blues ("Mr. Devil, Parts 1 & 2"). Crank a hybrid that could only have germinated on Austin soil. ―Tim Stegall, Austin Chronicle

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TICKETS TO MAJOR SHOWS ARE NOW AVAILABLE THRU Front Gate Tickets Or by phone at 888‑512‑SHOW.
Tickets are also available at GOOD RECORDS, and Billís Records & Tapes.

MORE ANNOUNCEMENTS EXPECTED VERY SOON.

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