JANUARY
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Kelly Cutler

 

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Jenna Clark
Mike Randall

 

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Susan Herndon
Dan Martin

 

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Cleve Hattersley
Shaggy Moore
Pat McKanna

 

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Over The River

 

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Chris Holt

 

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Eric Lindell

 

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Jitterbug Vipers
Dollar Bill

 

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Southwest City Boys

 

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Lisa Markley

 

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Brian Lambert

 

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FEBRUARY
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Southwest City Boys

 

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Lisa Markley

 

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Brian Lambert

 

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Joshua Ray Walker

 

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James Kirkland Trio

 

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Matt Tolentino

 

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Kelly Cutler's
Annual Valentines LoveFest

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Big Dez
Gilles Gabisson

 

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Ann Armstrong
Steve Hughes

 

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Coltin Ayers

 

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Levees

 

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Cas Haley

 

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Saturday, March  7 -  Bill Kirchen
Saturday, March  14 -  Jason Ringenberg



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

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HAPPY NEW YEAR

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CHEERS! Here's to 2020 and Twenty Years of Good Food, Good People, Good Music and Good Times, at the AllGood Cafe. Bottoms Up!


chilis Friday, January 3 at 7PM chilis

KELLY CUTLER

7PM

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MIKE RANDALL

JENNA CLARK

7PM

chilis Thursday, January 16 at 8PM chilis

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SUSAN HERNDON
DAN MARTIN

8PM

chilis Friday, January 17 at 7PM chilis

Tales From A Life Among The Tragically Hip

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CLEVE HATTERSLEY
signs his book
LIFE IS A BUTT DIAL

​"Who knew he was the Zelig of the counterculture....? His captivating, rollercoaster of a memoir reveals the secret to his success: he was the guy with the best weed." -Larry "Ratso" Sloman

​"Wherever Cleve Hattersley has been in his long, colorful life has been somewhere.....Wherever Cleve goes, dangerous, fascinating, funny shit follows. This inevitably makes Life Is A Butt Dial one roaring good time of a read." -Michael Simmons, MOJO, High Times

​"Raconteur tells true tall tales! Fan-fucking-TASTIC! GREAT book, Cleve!" -Mojo Nixon, SiriusXM Radio

​From his days before working at Bill Graham's Fillmore East, through seeking rock stardom with his seminal Austin band Greezy Wheels, running the Lone Star Cafe and Blue Note Jazz Club in New York, managing many of Kinky Friedman's musical tours and political campaigns, to smuggling pot and doing time in a Texas prison, Cleve Hattersley now provides us with an often profane, always irreverent look at the times, sharing personal memories, anecdotes, and much more.

​In 1970, Cleve was busted carrying thirty pounds of pot to NYC which he intended to sell out of the Fillmore. He spent from 1973-1974 in Huntsville (TX) State Penitentiary for his efforts. His band, superstars at the world-renowned Armadillo World Headquarters, signed with London Records almost immediately after he was released. Over the years Greezy Wheels recorded and released nine albums, some with London, some independently. Cleve also toured extensively with Kinky and was featured with him in the acclaimed BBC film, 'Texas Saturday Night.' He founded a booking agency in the late eighties, Pet Sharks, that handled a number of Austin's elite musicians over its run, including Kinky, Lou Ann Barton, Chris Duarte, the Killer Bees and Ian Moore.

​Prior to his employ at the Fillmore East - he worked at the Night Owl Cafe, which spawned bands like the Lovin' Spoonful, the Blues McGoos, the Blues Project and and many others. There he watched in amazement as Jimi Hendrix auditioned for a gig....and didn't get one. Years later, at the Lone Star and Blue Note, he partied with Sarah Vaughan, Dizzy Gillespie, Jaco Pastorius, Vassar Clements and virtually anyone else coming through NYC in party mode.

​He spent two years, off and on, in the Haight, where folks like Jefferson Airplane and the Dead lived around the corner and Charles Manson lived across the street, and he once had a regular column in OUI Magazine called 'The Idiot And The Odyssey.' He has become an accomplished portraitist and poster designer who has had a show at the South Austin Museum Of Pop Culture. He calls himself a Renaissance man without a specific chord chart.

7PM

chilis Friday, January 17 at 8PM chilis

NANCY "SHAGGY" MOORE  &  PAT McKANNA

8PM

chilis Saturday, January 18 at 8PM chilis

Bluegrass pickin' and chicken fried chicken. Don't be missin'.
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OVER THE RIVER

Veteran pickers (and a drummer), assembled together to bring DFW some bluegrass and country. Our belief is that fun times with family and friends get even better with foot tappin', swing dancin' or cryin' in your beer music.

8PM

chilis Saturday, January 25 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

chilis Friday, February 21 at 7PM 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.


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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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