OCTOBER
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Roger Harvey
Zach Schmidt
Simon Flory

 

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Ann Armstrong
Steve Hughes

 

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Out Of The Gate

 

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Kelly Cutler

 

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Bnois King

 

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Cuchulain
R. O. Shapiro

 

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Big Mike & Ginny Mac

 

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Honey Folk

 

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Kat & The Jersey Horns

 

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Tex Smith

 

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NOVEMBER
Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday

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Kelly Cutler

 

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GramFest

 

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Sara Hickman

 

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Bubba Hernandez

 

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Paul Slavens

 

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Jeff Plankenhorn
Michael O'Connor

 

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Rick Shea
Mike Stinson

 

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Zydeco Blanco

 

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Miss Marcy

 

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DECEMBER
Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday

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Doug Burr

 

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Lucky Pierres

 

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Sutcliffes

 

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Honey Folk

 

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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 Saturday, September 14 at 8PM chilis

GINNY MAC's WESTERN SWING & MORE

“One evening with Ginny and you will have traveled to the West Texas plains, reminiscent of Bob Wills' soaring fiddle tunes, or perhaps to a sidewalk cafe in Paris beside a sprightly l’accordeoniste. Take her hand, don't hold back...she’ll invite you to two-step or dance the tango under Texas skies...”

Hailing from Fort Worth, TX, Ginny Mac fronts a dynamic group that brings a fresh and exciting twist to vocal and instrumental stylings in the Country & Western Swing, Americana, Hot Jazz, and International music genres. Ginny is also a former member of the two-time Grammy Award winning group Brave Combo based in Denton, TX. She endorses Menghini s.r.l. Scandalli Accordions based in Castelfidardo, Italy.

8PM

chilis Saturday, September 21 at 8PM chilis

folkuke

FOLK UKE

​It was 1998 in San Diego's Gaslamp Quarter when Cathy Guthrie and Amy Nelson met at a bar… where they both worked. One was a tramp and one was devastatingly pure. With a ukulele and an acoustic guitar, they formed a band for the same reason kids join gangs— just to survive, but also to unleash the brilliance that was poking them from within.

​Don't believe the rumors. Folk Uke is not totally amazing. They're just kind of amazing. If you find yourself at a Folk Uke show, you are in for a treat— but maybe not the kind of treat that you like the taste of. Come to a show and see for yourself.

​Better yet, buy their albums first and you may save yourself the trouble. And if you make it to a live Folk Uke show, do your best to enjoy it…and then give them two more chances. They are hit and miss, but so are you most likely, and that is their charm. We live to inspire and we're tired of writing in third person.

8PM

chilis Friday, September 27 at 7PM chilis

POPAGANDA JAM-A RAMA

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THE SUTCLIFFES w/ RON ENGLISH

Popaganda Jam-A-Rama! Join us for a party celebrating 25+ years of the art-music mash-up of The Sutcliffes and Ron English. We'll play songs we co-wrote w Ron over the years and have cool souvenir posters. Special guests-Ron English and Miss Lulu!

7PM

chilis Saturday, September 28 at 8PM chilis

KRISTY KRÜGER
GINNY MAC

8PM

chilis Thursday, October 3 at 7PM chilis

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ROGER HARVEY
ZACH SCHMIDT
SIMON FLORY

7PM

chilis Friday, October 4 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.


chilis Saturday, October 12 at 7PM chilis

bnoisking

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 Friday, October 25 at 7PM chilis

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KAT & THE JERSEY HORNS

7PM

chilis Saturday, November 2 at 8PM chilis

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8PM

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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!!!!