NOVEMBER
Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday

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In The Round (7PM) w/
Joshua Ray Walker

 

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Simon Flory (7PM)

 

2

GramFest (7PM)
w/ Lucky Pierres & more!

 

3

McKinley James Band
Roadside Preachers (7PM)

 

4

"Brainliss Sundays"
with The Cutlers

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8

Scarlett Deering (7PM)

 

9

The Frizzies

 

10

Bandolero (7PM)

 

11

"Brainliss Sundays"
with The Cutlers

14

 

 

15

Colin Gilmore
Nicolette Good

 

16

Jersey Horns
w/ Karyna Micaela

 

17

Brody Price

 

18

"Brainliss Sundays"
with The Cutlers

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25

"Brainliss Sundays"
with The Cutlers

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Carty Talkington

 

30

 

 

1

Marcus & Bret
from Pleasant Grove

 

2

"Brainliss Sundays"
with The Cutlers

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Carson McHone
DECEMBER
Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday

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Carty Talkington

 

30

 

 

1

Marcus & Bret
from Pleasant Grove

 

2

"Brainliss Sundays"
with The Cutlers

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7

Nakia

 

8

Gullyjumpers

 

9

"Brainliss Sundays"
with The Cutlers

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13

Tim Easton

 

14

Over The River

 

15

Sutcliffes
Annual Holiday Bash!

 

16

"Brainliss Sundays"
with The Cutlers

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21

Salim Nourallah
Chris Holt

 

22

Jersey Horns
& Holiday Cheer!

 

23

"Brainliss Sundays"
with The Cutlers

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"Brainliss Sundays"
with The Cutlers



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Brunch/Breakfast now being served until 3pm on Sundays !!!
Full Lunch/Dinner Menu available until 7pm

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chilis Saturday, October 13 at 8PM chilis

The original and only trippy-swingadelic 1930's rock band on Planet Earth.

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JITTERBUG VIPERS

“We don’t think of ourselves as a jazz band, we think of ourselves as a 1930s rock band. We just wail”, states Jitterbug Vipers bassist Francie Meaux Jeaux. Raucous and refined, toking and swinging, the Austin-based quartet wafts in a heady bliss of 1930s and 1940s drug culture whenever and wherever it takes the stage. The Jitterbug Vipers specialize in a beloved cult jazz offshoot called “viper jazz,” a screeching U-Turn back to the party where jazz music packed the dance floor and dazzled the audience with brilliant streams of improvisatory musicianship. This musical heritage pulls from the cherished musicality of Ella Fitzgerald, Duke Ellington, Count Basie, Fats Waller, Cab Calloway, and Slim Galliard.

8PM ― $10

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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 Thursday, November 1 at 7PM chilis

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SIMON FLORY

Born in rural Indiana shortly after his family moved "west" from southern Virginia to start a livestock feed store, Simon Flory's music is suffused with the elements of his childhood – days spent in the fields, church sings, gravel roads, and genuine mule drawn molasses. It takes a perceptive ear to translate these icons of a mythical "Americana" into the daily textures of real human lives, and Flory does it with the sincerity of early country music. His compositions are as much short-story sketches as they are songs, each populated – like the locales that inspire them – with those among us who have few choices.

Flory's sound evokes voices not much heard on radio airwaves, a stew of early country, gospel, and the best of classic Nashville. Even his guitar playing captures the rhythmic tumble of clawhammer banjo and Appalachian fiddle (on both of which he's adept), and his vocal phrasing carries inflections from the Carter Family to Eddie Cochran to Hank Williams.

7PM

chilis Friday, November 2 at 7PM chilis

Annual Tribute to the Legendary Gram Parsons

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GRAMFEST

w/ LUCKY PIERRES & more!

Parsons’ brief stint in the Byrds saw the chart-topping folk-rock pioneers remade as a band that owed as much to Buck Owens and the Louvin Brothers as it did to Bob Dylan and the Beatles. Sweetheart of the Rodeo wasn’t “futuristic music,” but it was certainly forward-thinking, providing a template for innumerable musicians who followed in its wake.

“I thought I hired a piano player,” Roger McGuinn told Parsons’ biographer David N. Meyer. “[Gram] turned out to be a monster in sheep’s clothing. And he exploded out of that sheep’s clothing. Good God! It’s George Jones in a sequin suit!” One really does have to admire the pure chutzpah of Gram Parsons when it comes to his short time as a Byrd. He country-waltzed his way into one of the biggest rock bands in the world, radically transfigured their sound, and abruptly quit in the middle of a European tour—all within the space of six months. -Pitchfork.com

7PM

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McKINLEY JAMES BAND

ROADSIDE PREACHERS

7PM

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CARSON MCHONE

"Years after fronting the Thursday night house band at Austin’s White Horse saloon, Carson McHone nods to her honky-tonk past — and pushes beyond it — with the upcoming Carousel. It’s a coming-of-age album produced by Mike McCarthy, the same man who oversaw more than half of Spoon’s catalog. The result is an LP that ignores the rules of traditional country music, with “Sad” — the lead-off track, driven along by fiddle and electric guitar — gleefully speeding up and slowing down at its own pace. Filled with self-aware lyrics about McHone’s history of heartbreak, this is the sound of an artist making peace with her own unrest." -Robert Crawford, Rolling Stone

“She dives into the idea of sad songs and the false notion that they’re simply written to further someone’s state of misery. She embraces that quivering sorrow. It shapes her vocal tone and cries. She’s smoke billowing into a room. Sadness plays the part of a femme fatale. She’s creeping around the corner waiting to strike.” -Thomas Mooney, Wide Open Country

"The ongoing battle over the soul of country music seems like a necessary activity that tends to overstate the danger that commercialism poses. Time and time again, country music has demonstrated its ability to absorb folk, rock, country-rock, schlock, disco, patriotism and regionalism, and young singers continue to discover new ways to syncretize the music of Williams and Wells with pop without pandering to the let’s-save-country ideologues.

Hailing from ostentatious Austin, Texas, singer Carson McHone is a young country singer who expresses herself through the form while avoiding the formalism that etiolates the work of many country purists. In other words, she controls an aching break into her head voice that marks her as a stone country vocalist, and her 2015 album Goodluck Man brims with tunes that evoke the spirit of early-’70s country without wandering off into retro. McHone has been working on a new album in Nashville with Spoon producer Mike McCarthy — let’s hope it’s commercial as hell." -Edd Hurt, Nashville Scene

7PM

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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 ...

4 ‑ 6PM

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STATE FAIR RECORDS presents

IN THE ROUND

hosted by JOSHUA RAY WALKER

7PM

chilis Thursday, November 15 at 8PM chilis

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COLIN GILMORE

“A West Texan Nick Lowe… instant sing-along quality” –Sylvie Simmons, Mojo

“Colin Gilmore uncorks deep feelings on “Goodnight Lane” while never letting the bubbles go flat. In doing so, he’s put himself right back in the troubadour game. These are songs you’re gonna want to hear live.” –Michael Corcoran, Austin American Statesman

“Music's obviously in his blood, yet Gilmore's voice remains as entertaining as any Texas songwriter he might draw comparisons to.” –Jim Caligiuri, Austin Chronicle

Colin Gilmore grew up in Lubbock, Texas, spending many nights as a child in nightclubs like Stubbs, where he witnessed songwriters like Joe Ely, Terry Allen, and his own father, Jimmie Dale Gilmore, bring the stage to life. He developed a taste for Buddy Holly, Townes Van Zandt, and bands like The Clash and The Pogues. For 14 years, Colin has been informed by these observations, writing songs and playing under his own name.

NICOLETTE GOOD

Excellent mix of self-penned Americana and Post-Folk songs from and for the heart. — Alan Harrison, NoDepression

A music student since the age of 5, Nicolette Good got her start as a singer-songwriter in San Antonio, Texas, playing open mics and performing on friends' musical projects before breaking out on her own. When she finally did, the San Antonio Current named her its 2010 Best Singer/Songwriter.

In March 2011, Good was picked to perform as a Regional New Folk Ballad Tree Performer at the Kerrville Folk Festival, and was a semifinalist during the 2011 Songwriter Serenade competition in Hallettsville, Texas.

Her first full-length album, Monarch (2012), includes tracks like “Marathon” that earned her a spot on the docu-reality TV show, Troubadour, TX in 2011. The album, which was recorded in Austin, Texas, at Ramble Creek, was named a top 12 album of 2012 by the San Antonio Current.

8PM

chilis Thursday, November 16 at 7PM chilis

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JERSEY HORNS with KARYNA MICAELA

Hailing from the heart of Silicon Valley, California, jazz vocalist Karyna Micaela became an underground coffee shop troubadour when she moved to Dallas, Texas, accompanying her vocal chops with sultry Rhodes piano. The result is emotional, relatable storytelling delivered by a voice that is both vulnerable and powerful, wrapped in soulful pop and R&B packaging.

7PM

chilis Friday, November 17 at 8PM chilis

BRODY PRICE


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