Ruckus – Currently, Ruckus is entertaining audiences throughout the south with their unique, Americana style of folk-rock.
” So, I would guess that you might not have heard this Houston band yet, which honestly is a real shame. I’ve caught them at least five times and I was really blown away with each energy fueled set. They are truly one of the best kept secrets in Houston, and you’re an idiot to miss a free set from them. “
– David Garrick, Free Press Houston
EVERY TUESDAY is Vinyl Tuesday in the Big Top Lounge!!
And always FREE!!
Tuesday 7/24 is 90’S NIGHT!!
Dust of your JNCOS and tiny backpacks!!
DJ G-Funk brings all your favorite hits from the 90’s to you!!
Starting at 7pm with Comedy by BETA Theater!
MUSIC AT 9PM
$2.00 Selected Oasis beers
$2.75 Lone Stars
NO COVER CHARGE!!
See You Soon Houston!!
We are a Houston, Texas band playing our songs about love, loss, good times and bad. Between the four of us, we have played some of the most and least known clubs across the US and Europe. Now after broken bands, relationships, day jobs and records we have something to write about. We recorded our demonstration record in Summer 2014. Since then we have been out playing our music for thirsty people everywhere.
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.