"There's Always Something Happening at The Hideaway"


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
Mike's Hard Humpdays
Every Wednesday
$3 Mikes Hard Bottles and Cocktails!
& $15 Buckets

Mikes Ramakable shooter
Mikes hard lemonade, Jager, sprite
The John Daly
Ice Tea & mikes hard lemonade
Mikes Woo Woo
Mikes hard lemonade, vodka, peach schnapps, cranberry
Mikes Berricane
Mikes hard blackberry lemonade, rum, sprite, OJ
Mikes ridonkulous rita
Mikes hard blackcherry lemonade, tequila, sprite, OJ
Friday August 29th - Charlie Harrison
Charlie Harrison is a Texas songwriter who traces his roots back to the country bars and honky-tonks of Austin and Houston. Charlie writes deceptively simple songs ranging from fun, crowd-moving barroom rants to melodic tunes inspired by old loves and/or the county jail. With a catalog of songs born in beer, whiskey, and women, Harrison's storytelling and sense of humor often allows the material to transcend their form.

Saturday August 30th - Brandon McDermot
If you were to think of the most glorious sound that could ever be produced...As if Heaven itself were to part the clouds for the briefest of moments and all the Angels gathered to sing their most Angelic song, and it was so beautiful that it could only be heard for a single whisper of a moment or the gloriousness of the sound would overwhelm everyone on Earth….yep, that’s the Brandon McDermott Band.

Friday September 5th - Pardo & Reed
James Pardo - Drawing from personal experience and the experiences of those around him, as well as looking at the world through his own looking glass, James crafts songs about love, loss, joy, pain, hate, and occasionally...optimism. This doesn't mean to imply that he's not fun to be around.

Kyle Reed - travels pretty much everywhere with several beat up notebooks containing pieces of his life in the form of songs and lyrics. Some of the songs contained in these notebooks see the light of day quite often while others not so much, some are works in progress, some are just sketches and some stand right up and get your attention, top all that with excellent musicianship, an ear for melody and a n uncanny knack for arranging and you have well crafted musically engaging songs that capture your attention and burn their way into your memory banks.

Saturday September 6th - 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 September 12th - Paul Rameriz
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.

Saturday September 13th - County Wide
County Wide is a rockin Country band with incredible appeal.  They have the ability to connect with any and everyone they come into contact with by writing and playing music that just downright makes you feel good.

Friday September 19th - Texas TNT
Take a strawberry blonde that sings like Janis Joplin and plays bass like Michael Anthony, put her onstage with the firepower of Randy Rhodes and the rhythmic groove of John Bonham, add awesome harmonies and you’ve got the explosive energy of Texas TNT.

Saturday September 20th - Hunter McKithan & the Offenders
Hunter McKithan & the Offenders are a rising force with well-seasoned songwriting skills to back up their gifted musical and instrumental talents. They can be counted on to put on an energetic and rousing live performance.

Friday September 26th - Rick Lee & the Night Owls
Uptown, Down-Home Blues & Boogie. . ."If the Blues is Playing What You're Feeling, Then Even a Chinese Man Can Play the Blues". Death-defyin' and life-enhancin', sho'nuff!!!

Saturday September 27th - Benefit for Randy Cooks
Hello C.O.D. Heads, it’s been several weeks since our lead guitarist and friend Randy Cooke suddenly passed away. We need your support now more than ever!!!!

When Randy passed he was unemployed and had no life insurance. He left behind two young kids. We are having a benefit for them on Saturday September 27th at The Hideaway on Dunvale.

The event will start at 4:00 that Saturday. At 5:00 the not so legendary “That Country Band” will open up the festivities. We are kidding of course. They are the best 50’s country band this side of the border. Ha ha! Again, kidding….come on out and square dance with these wild cowboys. Then C.O.D. will close out the night.

Kidding aside, the goal is to raise as much money as we can for Randy’s kids. You will have two choices of entry each being $15 dollars. The first is a BBQ plate and the second is a raffle. Or if you are generous, you can have both. We also plan to have a silent auction as well.

We are asking the C.O.D. family for help coming up with auction items. Anything will help regardless of the value. Some things we talked about tonight are as follows:

  • Houston Texans Tickets (note, by the 27th these will probably be worthless)
  • Rodeo Cook-Off VIP tickets. (Even Jeff Cooper’s sorry arse BBQ team would help out)
  • Gift Cards (Bongo Boy….pull out the Café Express cards)
  • Of course….any cash donation.
Restaurant and Bar Open Daily at 11am
No Reservations - Seating is First Come First Served
scheduled shows are subject to change