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Sarah Barton
Mike Keller

 

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Kelly Cutler

 

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Ann Armstrong
Steve Hughes

 

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"Brainliss Sundays"
with The Cutlers

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Michael Prysock

 

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"Brainliss Sundays"
with The Cutlers

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Tyler Curtis Rougeux

 

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Out Of The Gate

 

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"Brainliss Sundays"
with The Cutlers

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Everly After
Everly Brothers Tribute

 

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Lucky Pierres

 

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PLEASANT GROVE
with Margaret Chavez & Bret Egner

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"Brainliss Sundays"
with The Cutlers

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Simon Flory

 

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Kristy Krüger
Paul Slavens

 

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"Brainliss Sundays"
with The Cutlers



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 Thursday, August 22 at 7PM chilis

Chad Stockslager and Christian Rios sing The Everly Brothers

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EVERLY AFTER

The Everly Brothers were not only among the most important and best early rock & roll stars, but also among the most influential rockers of any era. They set unmatched standards for close, two-part harmonies and infused early rock & roll with some of the best elements of country and pop music. Their legacy was and is felt enormously in all rock acts that employ harmonies as prime features, from the Beatles and Simon & Garfunkel to legions of country-rockers as well as roots rockers like Dave Edmunds and Nick Lowe (who once recorded an EP of Everlys songs together).

Virtually alone among first-generation rock & roll superstars, the Everlys stuck with no-nonsense rock & roll and remained determined to keep their sound contemporary, rather than drifting toward soft pop or country like so many others. Although their mid-'60s recordings were largely ignored in America, they contained some of their finest work, including a ferocious Top 40 single in 1964 ("Gone, Gone, Gone"). They remained big stars overseas -- in 1965, "Price of Love" went to number two in the U.K. at the height of the British Invasion. They incorporated jangling Beatle/Byrdesque guitars into some of their songs and recorded a fine album with the Hollies (who were probably more blatantly influenced by the Everlys than any other British band of the time). In the late '60s, they helped pioneer country-rock with the 1968 album Roots, their most sophisticated and unified full-length statement.


chilis Friday, August 23 at 8PM chilis

Americana originals blended with classic country covers

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LUCKY PIERRES

These are one of the AllGood Cafe's absolute FAVORITE BANDS and have been taking our stage since BEFORE we even opened - at our pre-opening party, not to mention countless shows at the Sons of Hermann Hall and the Gypsy Tea Room (their pre-opening party too!).

Long time AllGood Cafe favorites, the Pierres play Cocktail Country Music, a hybrid of Western Swing and Contemporary Americana, with the "pure as branch water, and powerful as 107-proof bourbon" pipes of Michelle Pittenger and a steady band of Dallas' finest veteran musicians behind her, a night of fun and frolic WILL ensue. Let's Swing!

8PM

chilis Saturday, August 24 at 8PM chilis

MARGARET CHAVEZ & BRET EGNER
of PLEASANT GROVE

The best Pleasant Grove songs—and there are plenty, but also not enough—are a bit like driving toward a raging fire. There is an intensity that sneaks up on you and a heat that never goes away. “Lava,” the first single from the band’s new The Heart Contortionists, is a song like that, building to a shared wail between co-singer-songwriters and guitarists Marcus Striplin and Bret Egner. And it was almost lost forever.

After beginning work on the record with Grammy-winning producer and engineer John Congleton (St. Vincent), Pleasant Grove went their separate ways for the better part of a decade, forgetting The Heart Contortionists almost entirely. Striplin and Egner moved to Austin. But the members of the band—which also includes drummer Jeff Ryan, bassist Tony Hormillosa, and multi-instrumentalist Chris Mayes—found their way back to each other in 2013, and back to the record in 2014, finishing it up with another Grammy-winning producer and engineer, Stuart Sikes -DMagazine.com


chilis Sunday, August 25 at 4PM chilis

Free family friendly funnnn with White Gravy on the side

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"Brainliss Sunday" with THE CUTLERS

Live Music from 4 - 6pm 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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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.

KEEP ON RED ALERT!!!!