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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 January 29th - Great Scott and the Allmightys
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 January 30th - Pecos Hank Band

A “lifer” in the music industry, Hank has a dedicated 15 year history fronting the band Southern Backtones.  In 1994 Hank captured his first bolt of lightning on film and in 2002 his first tornadoes. When not documenting extreme weather, Hank is composing music, touring and showcasing his songs which have received worldwide exposure on MTV2, TV shows, movies and national radio. ” A wild man who’s true tales of wrestling tornadoes, wrangling rattlesnakes and surfing waves are indeed on par with the larger than life folklore cowboy ‘Pecos Bill’!


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Friday February 5th - Jeremy James
Saturday February 6th - James Henry
Texas blues guitarist James Henry has been called “Houston’s best kept secret” for years. After being a sideman and band member of groups for over two decades, Henry steps out on his own with the 2014 release of his aptly titled debut album, Live Album, on Molken Music. Live Album is a blisteringly intense blues guitar smackdown, recorded at the For the Community Festival 7 at Last Concert Café

Sunday February 7th - Super Bowl
Join Us for the Biggest Game of the Year!
Friday February 12th - 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!”

Saturday February 13th - 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 19th - Soul Shine
Houston's hottest live music experience, has been entertaining crowds, and raising drink sales, for the last 5 years. Highly regarded by members of Houston's media, bar owners, and (most importantly) paying customers, Soulshine offers an alternative to the typical bar band. With an ever expanding set list, Soulshine has something for everyone. Come to one show, and you will know why every venue invites Soulshine back again and again.

Saturday February 20th - Court Nance
I’ve got a really crazy scar on my arm. It's why I started playing guitar. I'm all about creating music that comes from some place better than yourself.

Friday February 26th - 57 State
57 State is nothin but a PARTY!!

Saturday February 27th - 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?

Restaurant and Bar Open Daily at 11am
No Reservations - Seating is First Come First Served
scheduled shows are subject to change