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Every Tuesday - Big Ass Blues Jam hosted by Rick Lee and the Night Owls
9:30pm-1:30am - No Cover - Best Steak Night in Houston

Upcoming Honky Tonk Happy Hour Hosts:
April 11 - Phillip Gibbs / April 18 - Handsome Bob / April 25 - Nathan Taylor 
6 - 10pm / FREE Show / 21 and up
April 11 - Phillip Gibbs / April 18 - Handsome Bob / April 25 - Nathan Taylor 
6 - 10pm / FREE Show / 21 and up
Upcoming Honky Tonk Happy Hour Hosts:
April 11 - Phillip Gibbs / April 18 - Handsome Bob / April 25 - Nathan Taylor 
6 - 10pm / FREE Show / 21 and up
Upcoming Honky Tonk Happy Hour Hosts:
April 11 - Phillip Gibbs / April 18 - Handsome Bob / April 25 - Nathan Taylor 
6 - 10pm / FREE Show / 21 and u
Friday February 3th - The New Offenders
With roots buried deep within the genres of blues, alt. country, americana, soul, and a major influence of old-fashioned American rock and roll, it’s extremely hard to describe exactly what brand of music you’re hearing coming from whatever stage or stereo system The New Offenders are occupying. But one thing is for sure. It refuses to go unnoticed. And what good is music once it’s been labeled anyway?
Saturday February 4th - Paul Ramirez
Paul Ramirez is unquestionably one of the finest blues/rock guitarists on the Houston scene. After six years as co-lead guitarist with the ever-popular Mark May, Paul decided it was time to step up and front his own band giving rise to The Paul Ramirez Band.
Friday February 10th - Robert Hartye
The Robert Hartye Band is a Houston based country band that specializes in Texas tribute songs with a Willie and Waylon style. Rave reviews from party and function blogs!
Saturday February 11th - Tony Vega
Born in Chicago and raised in Houston, Tony Vega began cutting his teeth on blues music after a chance meeting with Albert Collins. Tony Vega formed his Band and unleashed his red hot blues infused roots n’ roll on an unsuspecting public in late 1997. According to Billy Gibbons of ZZ Top “Tony Vega is a Monster!”
Friday February 17th - Jeremy James
Saturday February 18th - David Spann
David Spann has been a musician in the Austin scene since the late ‘70’s as a teen sneaking into bars and playing in bands with older musicians. David was lucky enough to meet guitar legend Eric Johnson and David's band got to open a few shows for Eric's band in Texas 1983-’86. Eventually, David got the privilege to play with Eric's bassist Kyle Brock for 3-years, Kyle rejoined Eric in '88 and they recorded “Ah Via Musicom”. David respects these musicians and is very grateful for the honor of their friendship.
Friday February 24th - Great Scott and the Almighties
Great Scott and The Almighties hail from Houston, TX, and deliver a tasty mix of blues, boogie, and funk that will have audiences packing the dance floor. The Fabulous Thunderbirds, Otis Rush, Muddy Waters, Stevie Ray Vaughan, Johhny Winter, and Freddie King are just a handful of artists you'll hear at a Great Scott and The Almighties show.We are working on some original music so stay tuned.
Saturday February 25th - Waylon Henley
Waylon Henley is a singer/songwriter/performer.
Born in the Mississippi Delta and raised in Southern Oklahoma, Waylon Henley’s relationship with music began at an early age. The connection to and love for country music is rooted deeply within Waylon’s DNA. He has stated the “most of my ancestors were musicians. Several living relatives are true artists in their own right.” Waylon’s father, Billy Jack Henley, played with and considered Waylon Jennings a close friend and chose to name his son after the legend.

Saturday March 4th - Sarah Burton
Here is acoustic, rock, bluesy, torch, indie jive, country psychedelic, soul-baring beautiful music.

Friday March 10th - Jon Stork
Jon's music is driven off of Texas Red Dirt with a hint of Americana. His shows pull out his deep love of music and his raw emotion shines through in every song he sings. Quoted as possessing such a "strong sense of emotion", there is no way you cannot feel and connect with Jon's music.
Saturday March 11th - Mark May & Eric Demmer 
Eric Demmer and Mark May are heating up the night with some funky, rockin’ music! Head on over and enjoy the show! If you’ve been catching them lately, you never know who might hit the stage and where the show might take you – always somewhere awesome! Don’t miss it!
Friday March 17th - COD
COD is the party band from hell, bring your fun girlfriend.
Saturday March 18th - No Refunds Band
This Houston Texas band is a very unique collaboration of longtime musician friends. With a focus on original material they have jelled into a tight Blues/Rock act who's popularity continues to rapidly grow both locally and beyond.
Friday March 24th - Limetraders
Described as a number of things, the wide array of influences make it hard to pinpoint exactly what to call The Lime Traders. A duo of soulful vocalists harmonizing over a duo of heavy blues guitars, with a foundation of deep bass and a groovy pocket to sit it all in make it hard not to dance along. Their live shows have a habit of forming a large and receptive crowd that gathers at the front, curious about the new groove they can't help but stomp their feet to.
Saturday March 25th - Waylon Henley
Waylon Henley is a singer/songwriter/performer.
Born in the Mississippi Delta and raised in Southern Oklahoma, Waylon Henley’s relationship with music began at an early age. The connection to and love for country music is rooted deeply within Waylon’s DNA. He has stated the “most of my ancestors were musicians. Several living relatives are true artists in their own right.” Waylon’s father, Billy Jack Henley, played with and considered Waylon Jennings a close friend and chose to name his son after the legend.
Friday March 31st - Great Scott and the Almighties
Great Scott and The Almighties hail from Houston, TX, and deliver a tasty mix of blues, boogie, and funk that will have audiences packing the dance floor. The Fabulous Thunderbirds, Otis Rush, Muddy Waters, Stevie Ray Vaughan, Johhny Winter, and Freddie King are just a handful of artists you'll hear at a Great Scott and The Almighties show.We are working on some original music so stay tuned.
Restaurant and Bar Open Daily at 11am
No Reservations - Seating is First Come First Served
scheduled shows are subject to change