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COVER: $5 w/ Costume | $10 w/o Costume
FRI OCTOBER 29th @ 10:00PM
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Tejano singer/accordionist Michael Salgado gained prominence in the mid-’90s by looking back to the norteño sound influenced by Ramon Ayala, and introduced the style to the younger generation. He organized his backing band — brothers Ernie and James on guitar and drums, respectively, with bass player Joe Tanguma — when he was just 19, and begin hitting the Latin music charts in 1995 with his single “Cruz de Madera.” Salgado’s 1996 album En Concierto introduced his most popular single extant, the Top 20 hit “Sin Ella.” Mi Primer Amor followed in 1997.
SAT OCTOBER 30th @ 7:00PM
Sarah Hobbs is the sound of old school traditional country with a little bit of modern twist. From an early age music has played an important part of Sarah’s life and also for many generations of her family. As an independent artist from Northeast Texas, she writes her own songs from the life experiences she’s had, both good and bad, so when she sings, you can guarantee it’s from the heart. Her strong East Texas accent reflects in her singing voice, leaving no doubt you’re listening to real country music.
Sarah Hobbs embraces the sound of old school traditional country. From an early age music has played an important part of Sarah’s life as well as many generations of her family. She is an independent artist from Northeast Texas. Her songwriting comes from the life experiences she’s had, both good and bad, so when she sings, you can guarantee it’s from the heart. Her strong East Texas accent reflects in her singing voice, leaving no doubt you’re listening to real country music.
She has been nominated for Texas Female Vocalist of the Year the past 3 years and won Big Star 97’s New Female Vocalist of the Year in 2017. She was named in Wide Open Country’s “15 Texas Artists to Watch in 2018”. Her first 2 singles to Texas radio were top 25 hits. Most recently she has obtained her first top 10 single with “I Got Me” and been named the 2019 Texas Female Vocalist of the Year!! Rest assured Sarah is just getting started!
FRI NOVEMBER 5th @ 7:00PM
Still Standing – A Elton John Tribute
Musicians perform the music of Elton John……..STILL STANDING are Elton John.
Formed in 2013 STILL STANDING are the modern visual and musical Elton John Event bringing all the timeless classics to your venue with the attention to detail that his music deserves.
With over 200 Million Albums sold worldwide, Elton John along with the lyrical tapestry of Bernie Taupin have been a soundtrack to our lives. His catalog is comparable to the top selling artist of all time. STILL STANDING are the band that strive to carry on their legacy.
Fronted by Ben “Almost Elton” Frey who has been referred to as the closest representation of Elton’s vocal on the Tribute Circuit, STILL STANDING will provide your venue with THE up close Elton John Tribute Experience!
SAT NOVEMBER 6th @ 7:00PM
Straight out of the Texas music heartland where they’ve sold who knows how much Lone Star and Shiner while holding court on the stage of the Cheatham Street Warehouse in San Marcos where folks like, I don’t know, George Strait and Stevie Ray Vaughan got their start, the Shaker Hymns behind frontman and songwriter Nyles Robakiewicz want to see if they can launch their own legacy by self-releasing ten songs that put on display some serious Southern musical chops.
It’s probably best to consider the Shaker Hymns a Texas Southern Rock band to start. Envision Whiskey Myers, but maybe a little less serration in the tones, and a bit more soul and dedicated attention to songwriting. There’s not really a song on The Ties That Bind that if you pay attention to the lyrics specifically you won’t be impressed with. And some will outright tear at your heart. But how they come across keeps you on your toes for sure.
FRI NOVEMBER 19th @ 7:00PM
Billy Mata and the Texas Tradition
With over 40 years of music making, Billy Mata & The Texas Tradition bring their authentic Western Swing to dancehalls all across Texas, with true traditional country music. Billy started his recording career in the 1970’s, singing Billboard charted, Top 40 Country music. He has been named Academy of Western Artists Western Swing Vocalist of the Year three times and has received the Academy’s Entertainer of the Year Award. Two time recipient of Ameripolitan Awards, Western Swing Male of the Year and Western Swing Band of the Year.
Billy Mata and The Texas Tradition Recognition History:
2000 Academy of Western Artists (AWA) Western Swing Male Vocalist of The Year
2005 AWA Western Swing Male Vocalist of The Year
2005 AWA Entertainer of The Year
2007 AWA Western Swing Male Vocalist of The Year
2007 AWA Western Swing Group of The Year
2007 – Billy Mata received the largest number of nominations of any artist
2008 Sacramento Western Swing Society Hall of Fame
2009 AWA Western Swing Album of The Year – “This is Tommy Duncan, Volume One”
2010 Band was inducted into the Texas Western Swing Hall of Fame
2010 Western Swing Hero Award, Cowtown Society of Western Swing
Ameripolitan Music Awards Best Male Vocalist – Western Swing Nominee 2014, 2015, 2017
2016 Ameripolitan Music Awards Western Swing Band of The Year
2016 AWA Western Swing Male Vocalist & Western Swing Group Nominee
2016 Featured Artist and Band in the South by Southwest documentary musical, “Honky Tonk Heaven,”
named by Billboard Magazine as a Top 5 Must-See music film
2017 Western Swing Music Society of the Southwest Hall of Fame Inductee
2018 Ameripolitan Awards Western Swing Male Vocalist winner
2018 AWA Western Swing Group of the Year (awarded in Feb. 2019)
2018 AWA Western Swing Male Vocalist of the Year Nominee
2018 AWA Western Swing Album of the Year Nominee
2019 AWA Western Swing Male of the Year Nominee
2021 Texas Country Music Association Western Swing Band of the Year Nominee
SAT NOVEMBER 20th @ 7:00PM
MC and DJ Paul Wall (born Paul Slayton) grew up as a hardcore disciple of fellow Houstonian DJ Screw and became so familiar with the pioneering DJ’s woozy, slowed-down style of remixing that he had to adjust to hearing hip-hop at any other tempo. Prior to making a nationwide breakout in 2005 with a guest spot on Mike Jones’ “Still Tippin'” and his Swishahouse/Atlantic Records debut, The Peoples Champ, Wall was involved with promotional street teams, DJ’ed parties, put together underground mixtapes, and was half of the Color Changin’ Click with Chamillionaire. He recorded 2002’s Get Ya Mind Correct with his partner, and then followed that with 2004’s solo Chick Magnet. Controversy Sells, another disc billed to Wall and Chamillionaire, hit the streets in early 2005, just months before Wall kicked off support for the chart-topping Peoples Champ LP with “Sittin’ Sideways.” Two years later, Get Money, Stay True was introduced by the single “Break Em’ Off” with Lil’ Keke.
FRI NOVEMBER 26th @ 9:00PM
Born to a single mother, Trevor Thomas aka Seckond Chaynce and his two siblings were raised in an area plagued by drugs and violence in Jacksonville, Florida. Early on Trevor’s musical interest, talent and gifts were obvious. His mother was very protective and attempted to shield and shelter her children from the negative activities that were prevalent in the neighborhood. However, upon reaching his teen years, he began to be influenced by the neighborhood trap stars, Hip Hop Rappers & family members he idolized, who touted the rewards of the drug dealing, fast money lifestyle. In 9th grade, Trevor was more involved and interested in drug distribution than the educational institution, which resulted in his dropping out of school-but his love and passion for music remained a constant.
After dropping out of school he devoted more time pursuing his musical passion and aspirations. This pursuit lead him to travel and live between Jacksonville and Atlanta, Georgia. Finally two years later he made the music industry connection that would catapult his career. Just as he was about to ink a deal with a major record label, things fell apart and the deal was never consummated. This forced him to move to Tampa, Florida. There he discovered his mother was homeless and living with a relative. Trevor decided that the only short term option to remedy the situation was to return to drug dealing. His long term plan was to try to obtain his GED, but after several attempts he abandoned that effort.
Realizing that his lifestyle would ultimately lead to his ruin-be it incarceration or death, Trevor realized that what he was missing wasn’t the GED but GOD. That day Seckond Chaynce was born (again). Serving, worshiping, and spreading the uncompromising TRUTH of GOD and HIS word is Seckond Chaynce’s life’s purpose. He serves not only on Sunday mornings, but each and every day of his life. Chaynce has felt the HOLY GHOST and its’ power of transformation.
SAT DECEMBER 4th @ 9:00PM
Doug Stone & the Stone Age Band
Doug had already past the age of 30 when a Nashville manager paired him up with Epic, his first record label. He debuted in 1990 with the single, “I’d Be Better Off (In a Pine Box),” the first release from his 1990 self-titled debuted album “Doug Stone” for Epic records. This album produced a handful of chart-topping singles. Following these songs was his first number one, “In a Different Light”. In addition, the single was nominated for a Grammy Award for Best Country Song. Both this album and its successor, 1991’s I Thought It Was You, earned a platinum certification from The Recording Industry Association of America for U.S. shipments of one million copies. Two more albums for Epic, 1992’s From The Heart and 1994’s More Love, were each certified gold. Stone has charted –twenty-two singles on Hot Country Songs, with his greatest chart success coming between 1990 and 1995. In this time span, he charted eight Number Ones including: “In a Different Light”, “A Jukebox and a Country Song”, “Too Busy Being in Love”, “Addicted to a Dollar, and “Why Didn’t I think of That” to name a few, plus fifteen more Top Five singles.
Now- 28 years, 8 #1 singles, 15 Top 5 singles, and millions and millions of album sales later- the singer of timeless country hits like “A Jukebox with a Country Song” and “In a different Light” is still running the roads hard performing to dedicated fans all across the nation. With a new record slated for release in the Fall of 2018, Doug Stone continues to produce pure country gold.
SAT DECEMBER 18th @ 7:00PM
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With over 50 million digital streams, over 100,000 albums sold, thirteen #1 singles on the Texas Country Music Chart and a #1 song on the national Power Source Christian Country Music Chart, Curtis Grimes has proven to be a force in the country music industry that can’t be denied.
To hear Grimes sing is to take a trip through the heart of country music. As a Texas native, he was raised on a steady diet of Alan Jackson and George Strait. He possesses the everyman charm of both influences along with a refreshingly mature voice that truly stands out. After a childhood filled with playing baseball and eventually earning a Division I scholarship, Grimes was given the opportunity to appear on the hit reality TV show “The Voice” in 2011. Under direction of coach CeeLo Green, he ended up finishing as a coveted Top 8 finalist of Season One.
Following success from the show, Grimes hit the ground running and released new music while performing shows across the United States. In 2014, Grimes and his hit single “Home to Me” were picked up by the salon chain “Supercuts” and placed in the mainstream spotlight. Not only was the song featured across the country, but Grimes also got to put on his acting boots and star in the national television commercial. That same year Grimes started to see his hard work pay off when he was awarded “New Male Vocalist of the Year” at the annual Texas Regional Radio Awards.
In 2019, Grimes was named “Entertainer of the Year” at the TCMA Awards Show hosted by the Texas Country Music Association. He also received the honor of “Christian Country Song of the Year” for the second year in a row! In 2020, Grimes took home the “Christian Country Artist of the Year” award along with “Country Single of the Year” for “River Road Dream”, a song co-written with Trent Willmon.
SAT JANUARY 15th @ 7:00PM
Hardwired to Kill’em All (Metallica Tribute)
“We’re just four lucky fans. This could be you…” – James Hetfield speaking of Metallica.
Truer Words couldn’t be spoken of “ Hardwired To Kill ‘Em All – Houston’s Metallica Tribute.” either. We’re just four diehard fans who can geek-out together playing the music we love.
As our name might suggest we truly do play tracks off of every album, classics & deep cuts alike.
Taking it one step further on select “themed” nights we play entire albums from start to finish…. or “back to (the) front”! Between the four of us, we’ve seen Metallica live nearly 100 times & are always seeking more!
We, “HTKEA” are proud supporters of Metallica’s “All Within My Hands Foundation”. A percentage of every show’s proceeds go towards the cause.
Formed in 2017 with the goal to assist & enrich the lives of members of the communities that supported the band along its multi-decade spanning career. Houston was a recipient following Hurricane Harvey with a hefty contribution to the Houston Food bank.
We are just 1 group amongst the dozens & dozens of acts encompassing a variety of genres that make up our beloved city’s “Houston Tribute” scene.
SAT JANUARY 22nd @ 7:00PM
A Elvis Tribute w/ Kraig Parker
KRAIG PARKER – International Award Winning Artist
Don’t miss Kraig Parker’s award winning tribute to Elvis Presley, a world class show that has astonished audiences for over 20 years. Parker has performed across America and Europe at casinos, performance halls, cruise ships and with major symphony orchestras, including headline shows in Las Vegas. Kraig Parker’s powerful voice, electric moves and tasteful charisma will leave you ‘all shook up’ and screaming for more!
Unlike many imitators, Parker travels and performs with his very own 10-piece group, the Royal Tribute Band. He has also toured with Presley’s original vocal groups The Jordanaires, The Stamps Quartet and The Sweet Inspirations, as well as multiple events with Elvis’ body guards Sonny West, Sam Thompson and Dick Grob. Parker is personally managed by Charles Stone, Elvis Presley’s former tour producer from 1970-1977.
This is one electrifying performer not to be missed. Even critics have claimed “this is as close as it gets!”
SAT JANUARY 29th @ 7:00PM
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