Event Calendar

W. C. Clark

Before he began releasing albums in 1986, Clark was often referred to in the local press as Austin’s Best-Kept Secret. Between the overwhelmingly positive media attention, the popular notoriety, the bigger and better tours, the secret was out. The AUSTIN AMERICAN STATESMAN says its hometown hero is “one of the greatest modern blues performers in the world…blending rock with R&B, soul and a touch of funk.” The AUSTIN CHRONICLE describes his music as “Good rockin’, soul-drenched Austin blues. A potent combination of gritty Texas guitar wedded to devastating, gospel-rich Memphis vocals.” Clark has won several Austin Music Awards for the “Best Blues Band”. Thanks to a series of stellar albums (each accompanied by piles of passionate press) and a reputation as a powerful live performer, the man know as “The Godfather of Austin Blues,” is now among the best loved guitarists and vocalists in the blues world.

 

FRI MAY 27th @ 7:00PM

Samuel Williams

Sam Williams aspired to playing guitar when he was nine years old and at only age 14 began playing with a local band. Thanks to the encouragement and guitar lessons from Fred Williams, Tag Green and Jeff Clanton, Sam’s musical interests continued to emerge. Playing the guitar and joining the band for Sam was only the beginning as Sam soon realized that it was only natural for the next step to be putting words on paper and creating his own songs and music.

Sam’s music inspiration comes from a wide array of artists, from Waylon Jennings, Randy Rogers, to the Stone Temple Pilots, etc.; so it is not surprising that his own music reflects tones of Southern Rock, Red Dirt Country as well as a little Blues.

 

SAT MAY 28th @ 7:00PM

BOXING: Gervonta ‘Tank’ Davis vs Rolando Romero

Davis (26-0-0, 24 KOs) takes on Romero (14-0-0, 12 KOs) for the WBA World Lightweight title. From Barclays Center in Brooklyn, N.Y.

 

SAT MAY 28th @ 8:00PM

Bart Crow

Whether you’re in a Manhattan hi-rise or at a truck stop somewhere off a Midwestern interstate, keep your eyes open. Bart Crow is coming your way.

Always known as “the nice guy” with a smile on his face, the tides are turning and the gloves are coming off. Bart Crow is still the kind of guy and artist fans in the South and Midwest have grown to love. But on his new album The Parade, boundaries disappear and things are getting real.

The road-toughened troubadour and his band have already logged thousands of miles playing 130+ dates a year in front of
loyal rowdy crowds at far-flung, late-night clubs and concert halls all over Texas, Oklahoma, Kansas, Arkansas, Nebraska and beyond. It’s his music that draws them — a tangle of roots in blues, country and down-home rock ‘n’ roll, branded with his unique imprint. They hear their lives in his lyrics, written in the tradition of Townes Van Zandt, Steve Earle and other true-life troubadours.

 

FRI JUNE 3rd @ 7:00PM

Mark Wills

Mark Wills has captivated fans and listeners for over two decades. He achieved his first top-charting success at the young age of 23, and has maintained longevity in the music business that many artists can only dream of. His mission is to create country music filled with depth and meaningful substance to create lasting memories through the words.

Mark has released a total of seven albums including a patriotic album in 2001, Looking for America. As an avid supporter of the US Military, he has more than a dozen trips to entertain our troops in Iraq, Kuwait, Afghanistan, Korea andItaly, among others.

 

SAT JUNE 4th @ 7:00PM

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Cha Wa Band

New Orleans brass band-meets-Mardi Gras Indian outfit Cha Wa radiates the energy of the city’s street culture. “My People,” the band’s follow up to their Grammy-nominated album “Spyboy,” feels like pure joy, a distillation of generations of New Orleans expression. But it also never fails to remind us how hard-won that joy was and still is: not least in the tense, funky and explosive title track, with its declaration “My people, we’re still here.”

“Mardi Gras Indian songs are inherently songs about freedom,” the band’s drummer Joe Gelini says. “And that struggle is as relevant today as it’s ever been.” Popmatters describes the band as “a grand gumbo of singing, intoxicating rhythms, and deep funk grooves that are impossible to resist.”

 

FRI JUNE 17th @ 7:00PM

Blacktop Revelry

The Blacktop Revelry (formally Justin Taylor Band) Formed in 2020, this high energy Texas Red Dirt Rock group hit the scene right at the end of a pandemic. Pairing the groups years of experience and extreme talent, the group is a powerhouse for entertainment and “soon will be at the top of the ranks in Texas” says Texas BIG radio report.

 

SAT JUNE 18th @ 7:00PM

Tyler Halverson

From a small town in South Dakota, Tyler Halverson’s unique style of country music takes inspiration from classic country and western music, while also looking ahead to the genre’s future. At the age of 20, Tyler moved to Nashville, to attend Belmont University where he studied music business and refined his songwriting craft. However, Tyler’s favorite thing about Nashville is leaving Nashville. Tyler finds joy in taking his songs on the road and playing for fellow hippies, cowboys, and everyone in between.

​Tyler’s first album was co-produced by himself, Ryan Youmans, and Muscadine Bloodline’s Gary Stanton. “Beer Garden Baby,” the first release from his self-titled record in February 2021, has been well received by the Texas radio.

 

FRI JUNE 24th @ 7:00PM

Ever The Essence: The Evanescence Experience

When the band Evanescence emerged with their unique hard rock/alternative metal sound, they captivated millions. Ever The Essence is comprised of highly-experienced musicians who have teamed up to form an exciting new tribute to the original band. They are passionate about this music and have re-created the look and the sound of Evanescence in order to deliver the most realistic experience possible.

Pulling hits from multiple albums, the band has included powerful, hard-driving rock songs as well as a few hauntingly beautiful ballads to create a set list that is a striking representation of Evanescence’s live shows. the results are unlike anything you’ve heard in a tribute and an exceptional night of entertainment awaits.

A storm is coming. Brace yourself for… EVER THE ESSENCE.

 

SAT JULY 23rd @ 7:00PM

CRUEligans – A Tribute to Motley Crue

From a small town in South Dakota, Tyler Halverson’s unique style of country music takes inspiration from classic country and western music, while also looking ahead to the genre’s future. At the age of 20, Tyler moved to Nashville, to attend Belmont University where he studied music business and refined his songwriting craft. However, Tyler’s favorite thing about Nashville is leaving Nashville. Tyler finds joy in taking his songs on the road and playing for fellow hippies, cowboys, and everyone in between.

​Tyler’s first album was co-produced by himself, Ryan Youmans, and Muscadine Bloodline’s Gary Stanton. “Beer Garden Baby,” the first release from his self-titled record in February 2021, has been well received by the Texas radio.

 

SAT JULY 30th @ 7:00PM

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Brass Hall

909 3rd St
Marble Falls, TX 78654

Location

909 3rd St
Marble Falls, TX 78654

Call

888-503-8842

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