FEBRUARY
Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday

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Gurf Morlix

 

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Jacob & The Ladders

 

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"Brainliss Sundays"
with The Cutlers

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Brainliss Valentines
with Kelly Cutlers

 

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Camille Cortinas
Susan Herndon
Bronwen Roberts

 

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"Brainliss Sundays"
with The Cutlers

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The Blondettes

 

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"Brainliss Sundays"
with The Cutlers

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Buttercup

 

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Sean Foster
Ray Weyandt
Michael Howard

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T Tex Edwards Trio

 

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"Brainliss Sundays"
with The Cutlers

Fri, Feb 3 -  Gurf Morlix (Debbi Bradford Birthday & Memorial) at AllGood



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
Tickets are also available at GOOD RECORDS, and Bill's Records & Tapes .

chilis Saturday, February 11 at 8PM chilis

LoveFest

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CAMILLE CORTINAS SUSAN HERNDON BRONWEN ROBERTS

8PM

chilis Thursday, February 16 at 8PM chilis

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THE BLONDETTES

The Blondettes, from Dallas, TX, started their own genre, “rockabilly soul”, to blend the musical loves of Elizabeth Riley, lead vocals and guitar, who hails from Detroit, MI, and Heather Kitzman, backing vocals and bass, born and raised in Dallas, TX. These two redheads, ironically no blondes in this band, have been perfecting their harmonies over the past 3 years singing together. Their music harkens a simpler time of doo-wop, Motown, and rockabilly, when meeting your love was every girl’s dream.

8PM

chilis Friday, February 24 at 8PM chilis

SEAN FOSTER
RAY WEYANDT
MICHAEL HOWARD

8PM

chilis Saturday, February 25 at 8PM chilis

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T Tex Edwards Trio

T. Tex Edwards is an unsung pioneer of cowpunk and honky tonk murder ballads who started out in the '70s with the punk band Nervebreakers. Thom "Tex" Edwards' whiskey-soaked vocals already had a slight country twang to them back in 1978 even as the band performed their goofy anthems while supporting the Sex Pistols in Dallas. Drawing influence from the Flamin' Groovies and the Cramps rather than the more political end of the punk spectrum, Nervebreakers were equally at home lampooning "You're the One That I Want" from Grease as they were playing it straight (relatively) with the Kinks' "I'm Not Like Everybody Else." Their original material was rousing and funny, and "My Girlfriend Is a Rock" was even a minor hit in San Francisco. The band never released a full-length record in their lifetime, even though they had an almost legendary local reputation. A live performance of them backing Roky Erickson at the Dallas Palladium in 1979 was released in 1992, and a posthumous CD recorded in 1980, We Want Everything, was finally released by Get Hip in 2000.

Edwards' first post-Nervebreakers outfit, Tex & the Saddle Tramps, left scarce but vital documentation, such as the churlish rocker "Move It!" that later would appear on the Loafin' Hyenas record and be covered by LeRoi Brothers. Still most of the T. Tex legend from the early to mid-'80s remains only in the recollections of those fortunate enough to catch him performing his offbeat brand of incorrigible country live. His growling redneck delivery is at times unhinged, but it's instantly recognizable, highly addictive, and consistently manages to hit the narrow margin between parody and reverence, often accomplishing both.

He formed Out on Parole in Austin in 1984, and Loafin' Hyenas in Hollywood in 1986, but it took until 1989 before things finally started moving forward. His first solo album -- as T. Tex Edwards and Out on Parole -- was a stroke of demented genius that caused a stir when cult label Sympathy for the Record Industry released it yet proved more an inspiration than the chart-topper it should have been. Pardon Me, I've Got Someone to Kill was a collection of "psycho-country" covers done with a relatively straight face and high musical pedigree -- LeRoi Brothers/Fabulous Thunderbirds alumni Mike Buck was the driving force behind the album. It's not only Johnny Cash who wrote dark country and western songs of adultery and murder; Pardon Me collects obscure, nutty gems from the likes of Johnny Paycheck (the title song), Porter Wagoner ("Rubber Room"), and Lee Hazlewood ("Girl on Death Row"), not to mention the twisted genius of Leon Payne's "Psycho." The same ground would be covered in the following decade, sometimes with song selections oddly similar to Pardon Me, but rarely with the same gravelly brilliance. — JT Lindroos, All Music Guide

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chilis Sunday, February 26 at 7PM chilis

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"Brainliss Christmas" 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 ...

7 ‑ 9PM

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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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