The Red Clay Strays – From the far reaches of rural south Alabama, The Red Clay Strays claim their unique sound with a humble confidence that can only come from their upbringing. This band, on stage and off, reminds you of southern music’s heyday and gives you hope that it may not have lost its way after all. Growing up listening to gospel along with artists such as Waylon Jennings, The Eagles, and the Allman Brothers, their wide range of influences create a combined style of the country music and southern rock we’ve all been waiting for. Lead Singer, Brandon Coleman, with vocals that bring to mind young Elvis, is the heart of their high energy show along with Drew Nix on rhythm guitar, Zach Rishel on lead, Andrew Bishop on bass and John Hall on drums.
open 7:30 Showtime 8:00
The Gumbo Jam – The Gumbo NYC is a Louisiana inspired jam session with a serious infuses on horns. Hosted by Matthew Hartnett this session is home of all things funky and groovy. Singers, rappers, poets, musicians and of course horn players from all over come party in the loose laid back vibe of #TeamHornSection and The Gumbo Band. If you like to dance and hear great music, this is the place.
Come be apart of this social and musical Gumbo we call The Gumbo Jam.
$5.00 at door
Free for participating artist
Free with social media post
All Beatles till 10! No Cover for the best all Beatles cover band in Houston, BEETLE
Jimmy Pizzitola – a Houston based singer/songwriter, night-time landscaper, and lover of all things jellicle (except Cats). His early musical influences, driven into his three year old skull while being held captive in the back of a 1968 blue Malibu by his carpool-driving mother, were the singer-songwriters of the 1970’s. Between dropping off and picking up siblings and assorted neighborhood ruffians, Jimmy was force-fed Jim Croce, Neil Young, James Taylor, Gerry Rafferty, and of course, Der Weinershnitzel corn dogs. Come weekend, he would often head out to South Texas with his father and grandfather to shoot at things. Sitting on the console of a Ford Bronco, squeezed in between stacks of 8-tracks and bottles of V.O., he would sing along with Waylon, Willie, Hank Williams (Jr. and Sr.) Don Williams, and other country-fried offerings of the time.
Showtime 10 PM
Von Hindenburg was started in 2005. Wanting to not merely perform the music of Led Zeppelin, the members wanted to also recreate the live power that accompanied a 1970’s Led Zeppelin concert. Von Hindenburg performs the popular songs like Whole Lotta Love and Black Dog, but also performs the album cuts like, The Song Remains the Same and Dazed and Confused. Guitarist, Andrew Cain and Drummer, Steve Candelari have remained cornerstones in the band endorsing different bassists and vocalists to test their meddle in conquering these demanding positions.
Flow Tribe – is funk, groove, and soul from New Orleans LA. Few bands arouse a crowd into a collective shake like Flow Tribe. The six-member band’s onstage chemistry reflects a seamless combination of soul and movement that hits the audience within the first few notes. Virgin listeners and avid fans alike are drawn in by the distinctive sound that feels both familiar and original. Outfitted for each performance in colorful, carefully selected suits, it’s clear their focus is sharp and the party has begun. This is the work of professional musicians who’ve found their passion, and are living a dream where everyone’s welcome.
The Selfless Lovers – put on a scorching rock n’ roll show that is sure to get you off your seat and into the groove. Their music has been described as “Jerry Lee Lewis boogie meets Mick Jagger,” and “James Brown energy with a rockin’ piano.” Whatever it is they do, The Selfless Lovers make sure YOU have a hell of a good time. Featuring singer-showman, Nik Parr, shredding on the saxophone, working the crowd, and even playing sax and piano at the same time, the live show experience is non-stop fun and simply put: unforgettable. The band’s infectiously catchy original music is tailor-made for an all night dance party. Drawing on influences ranging from 70’s classic rock, funk, soul, blues and modern pop, The Selfless Lovers’ show has something for everybody. While no two shows are ever the same, you can bet you’ll never leave a Selfless Lovers concert unsatisfied.
Open at 8PM – Showtime 9PM