Industry Nite with Folk Family Revival and Dj Splice of Life Shaun Brennan. There will be a complete spin of the new FFR album entitled ‘Electric Darlin’ which is dropping June 7th. The band and Splice records will fill in the rest of the night as your guest DJs.
Come party with the ultimate party band and record label in Houston. That’s right… even on a Tuesday, we are gohna party!
Paul Beebe (Beetle, Disco Expressions, Thunderado, Light Rock Express, Grand Old Grizzly) hosts TUNE TAG with Charlie Harrison (Charlie and the Regrets). It’s a song swap where every song has to somehow be related to the song before it! When they can’t come up with a song, the audience decides what they play! Celebrity Judge TBA!
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
Big Top Lounge Presents: POST // POST
Eric Castorena and Shan Pasha(Ruiners) DJing some of their favorite records!
MUSIC AT 9PM
Wire, Wipers, Fugazi, Gypsyblood, The Marked Men, Radioactivity, Televisión, Jawbreaker, Superchunk, Mineral, Hüsker Dü, Gang of Four, Shopping, Braid, Dead Moon, Beach Fossils, Minor Threat, Rites of Spring, Cursive, Archers of Loaf, Protomartyr, The Replacements, Gloss Rejection, Male Bonding, Mission of Burma, The Fall, Total Control, Creative Adult, Beach Slang, Great Ytenne, and lots of local love!
“Oliver Penn throws country, funk, hip-hop and rockabilly influences into his own special brand of the blues.”
— HOUSTON PRESS
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.