April
Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday

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Jason Janik
aka DJ Dadd Bodd

 

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6

Greg Schroeder
7PM-10PM

 

7

Bnois King
7PM-10PM

 

8

"Brainliss Sundays"
with The Cutlers

11

Jason Janik
aka DJ Dadd Bodd

 

12

Bronwen & Ben

 

13

MODassic 10 Year Anniversary
(closed)

14

Frenchie’s Blues Destroyers

 

15

"Brainliss Sundays"
with The Cutlers

18

Jason Janik
aka DJ Dadd Bodd

 

19

Honey Folk

 

20

Gullyjumpers
7PM-9PM

 

21

Lisa Markley

 

22

"Brainliss Sundays"
with The Cutlers

25

Jason Janik
aka DJ Dadd Bodd

 

26

 

 

27

Dylan Bishop Band

 

28

Society of Broken Souls

 

29

"Brainliss Sundays"
with The Cutlers

Thursday, May24 -  Camille, John & Paul



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, March 29 at 8PM chilis

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JOSHUA BALIS

8PM

chilis Saturday, March 31 at 8PM chilis

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MARCUS STRIPLIN

8PM

chilis Friday, April 6 at 7PM chilis

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GREG SCHROEDER

7PM

chilis Saturday, April 7 at 7PM chilis

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BNOIS KING

Legendary singer and guitarist Bnois King is based in Dallas. His partnership with Smokin Joe Kubek took him all over the world for over 25 years and produced 16 studio albums.

Bnois was born on 21 January 1943, in Delhi, Louisiana, and started playing guitar at around the age of eight. King heard gospel music in church but leaned towards jazz having enjoyed the music played on local radio stations. At high school he got his first gig playing in a big band. Hoping to develop a career in music he moved to Houston, Texas, then Amarillo, Wichita Falls, gradually building technical ability and confidence. By 1979 he was performing regularly in Dallas and Fort Worth, continuing into the early 80s.

Around this time King encountered electric guitarist Smokin’ Joe Kubek but they did not get together until some time later. When they did, the two musicians found instant rapport, even though stylistically they were quite different: Kubek, rock-influenced and aggressive; King, jazz-influenced and relaxed. By the end of the 80s they were teamed up on a regular basis and touring extensively. Along the way, King began singing occasional songs during the duo’s gigs and found strongly approving audience response. Building his vocal repertoire from neglected blues songs, the following for their unusual blending of subtle jazz-inflected playing and attacking no-holds-barred power continued to grow. Their tours continued and their albums expanded their audience still further afield. By the early 00s, King and Kubek were hugely popular and continued touring and recording regularly until Joe's passing in 2015.

Well into his seventh decade, Bnois continues to be an engaging and enthusiastic performer, to the great delight of his fans.

7PM

chilis Thursday, April 12 at 8PM chilis

Bossa nova and chicken fried steak! Mmm...

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BRONWEN ROBERTS

BENJAMIN LANE CROUCHER

World percussionist Benjamin Croucher and singer-songwriter Bronwen Roberts collaborate in this special evening of Bossa nova/música popular brasileira (MPB), French pop, and acoustic originals with origins in classical music and folk.

8PM

chilis Friday, April 21 at 7PM chilis

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THE GULLYJUMPERS

Alan Wooley and his Bluegrass-Folk-Country-String Band is a TON of FUN !!!!

7PM-9PM ― "pay-what-u-can"

chilis Saturday, April 21 at 8PM chilis

Markley sings Markley: a Texas Retrospective

LISA MARKLEY

“Lisa Markley has more depth control and beauty to her voice in a live concert setting than most vocalists get in a studio. Driving that voice is a soul of wit and intelligence and a heart of gold.” -Paul Slavens, KERA Dallas

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I was twenty years old when I landed in Texas, with a footlocker, a set of luggage, a silver Olds trombone, and an Alvarez 12-string guitar. I had written three or four songs since high school, and had changed colleges twice. Here I was at North Texas State, a trombone major who had grown ambivalent about the “big band” form.
I just wanted to sing.
I wanted to sing jazz.
I wanted to write.
I wanted to write like Leonard Bernstein.
I wanted to write like Paul Simon.

So fast forward 34 years. I have written maybe 150 to 200 songs all together, though most of them have never made it beyond my living room. I have spent the last 15 years delving deep into the American Songbook, and singing songs written by my brilliant friends. It seems that interpreting other peoples’ songs is one of the things I do best. I have reached a point as a vocalist where what I conceive of in my imagination is pretty much what I am able to put out there into the air. That has been pretty much my personal definition of “success”. I am honored that my friends, (and my especially gifted husband), trust me with their compositions. But, I have buried my songs. I have forgotten more of them than have ever made it to the stage.

So, this Saturday at the AllGood Cafe, I will sing the old recorded songs, the songs that have made it to video, but not on record, and perhaps a few that have never seen the stage. All of them will have been written (or at least the seeds were sown) in Texas. I’d love to see all of you show up and pack the AllGood Cafe right up to those lovely, paper-crane-adorned rafters ❤️

8PM

chilis Sunday, April 22 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

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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!!!!