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Fri
12 15

Door 7 PM
Show 8 PM
Close 10 PM



Tickets $ 28


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Joining Forces for a Special Evening
Marcia Ball &
Kimmie Rhodes

Marcia Ball

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Kimmie Rhodes

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Marcia Ball:
The New York Times says, “Marcia Ball plays two-fisted New Orleans barrelhouse piano and sings in a husky, knowing voice about all the trouble men and women can get into on the way to a good time.” Living Blues declares, “Her originals sound like timeless classics and southern soul masterpieces that no one else can imitate.”

Kimmie Rhodes:
Kimmie’s multi-platinum selling songs have been recorded by such stellar acts as Willie Nelson, Wynonna Judd, Trisha Yearwood, Amy Grant, CeCe Winans, Joe Ely, John Farnham, Waylon Jennings, Peter Frampton, Mark Knopfler and Emmylou Harris. A creative and prolific artist, she has recorded and released a total of sixteen solo CDs, written and produced three musical plays and a catalogue of hundreds of songs, and published a novella/cookbook.

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Sat
12 16

Door 7 PM
Show 8 PM
Close 10 PM



Tickets $ 25


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A Special Christmas Show
Tina Wilkins
w/ Walt Wilkins
& Ron Flynt

Tina Wilkins
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Tina Wilkins has become a highly-regarded songwriter and performer in her most recent home of Texas, where she plays solo, with her husband Walt Wilkins, or when she's the beautiful, vivacious "chick singer" of the Mystiqueros. After stops in Los Angeles and Nashville where she was an in-demand session and stage singer, she developed a reputation as a writer with a unique eye for everyday life.

Tina has released 3 solo albums as well as a duet record (Be Mine) with her husband, esteemed songwriter Walt Wilkins. As those who know her will tell you: Tina radiates charm, humor, grace, beauty and a love of life.

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Sat
12 23


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Closed for
Christmas Holiday!

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Sat
12 30


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Closed
Happy Holiday!

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Fri
1 5

Door 7 PM
Show 8 PM
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Tickets $ 50


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Friday Show
2018 Inductee into Texas Heritage Songwriters' Hall of Fame

Ray Wylie Hubbard
Ray Wylie Hubbard
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Anyone who is followed Ray Wylie Hubbard over the long and winding path he has traveled already knows he possesses the kind of exceptional gift for observation that any songwriter yearns for. His sense of wonder is tempered by an accumulated wisdom and knowledge that comes with experience that has elevated him into the Wylie Lama of Texas Music. He is a master at explaining how the sacred and the profane, the yin and the yang, the eternal and the now, the hippies and rednecks, the saved and the damned are all part of the same conversation.

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Sat
1 6

Door 7 PM
Show 8 PM
Close 10 PM



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Saturday Show
2018 Inductee into Texas Heritage Songwriters' Hall of Fame

Ray Wylie Hubbard
Ray Wylie Hubbard
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Anyone who is followed Ray Wylie Hubbard over the long and winding path he has traveled already knows he possesses the kind of exceptional gift for observation that any songwriter yearns for. His sense of wonder is tempered by an accumulated wisdom and knowledge that comes with experience that has elevated him into the Wylie Lama of Texas Music. He is a master at explaining how the sacred and the profane, the yin and the yang, the eternal and the now, the hippies and rednecks, the saved and the damned are all part of the same conversation.

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Fri
1 12

Door 7 PM
Show 8 PM
Close 10 PM



Tickets $ 22


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"I never knew someone could shred a fiddle like that."
- Lady Gaga

Ruby Jane
& the Reckless

Ruby Jane and the Reckless
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At the age of 9, Ruby Jane was crowned the youngest person to play the Grand Ole Opry. At the age of 12, she joined legend Dale Watson on stage at Austin’s historic Continental Club. Smith’s list of accolades is astounding – boasting a steady stream of awards from the title of Mississippi State Fiddle Champion at age 10 to touring as lead violinist for artists like Willie Nelson, Lady Gaga, Blues Traveler, Local Natives and performed alongside acts like Sheryl Crow & ZZ Top. Since joining forces in 2015, Ruby Jane and The Reckless have received the prestigious Black Fret grant and have finished working on their debut album "In My Head" recorded in Austin’s own Bubble Studio with renowned producer Frenchie Smith (Gary Clark Jr., JET, Santana, Wild Child, Trail of The Dead). With their combination of extraordinary musical abilities, beautiful harmonies, and hooky choruses, they are creating a new sound that breaches the limits of musicianship in modern day pop music.


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Sat
1 13

Door 7 PM
Show 8 PM
Close 10 PM



Tickets $ 20


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"Tracie Lynn is one of Texas' best kept secrets but she won't be for long!" -David Besonen, KNON FM Dallas
Tracie Lynn Band
Tracie Lynn

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Blessed with a strong, expressive voice, and the ability to sincerely connect with her audience, Tracie is pure Texas honky-tonk with bluegrass overtones woven throughout, and laced with contemporary styling for intimate concerts or dance halls.

After graduating from college, she spent several years writing in Nashville, but splitting her time performing
Texas venues. One of Tracie's singles "I Know You're Lying Because Your Lips Are Moving" received statewide airplay.

"Clever lyrics & beautiful vocals" ~ Rick Heysquierdo; host & producer "The LoneStar Jukebox"

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Fri
1 19

Door 7 PM
Show 8 PM
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“A masterful guitarist, completely compelling songwriting...the man is an extremely gifted artist."
- No Depression

Chuck Cannon
Chuck  Cannon
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Nashville singer/songwriter Chuck Cannon grew up in the low country of South Carolina. His earliest musical influence was a unique strain of gospel music that was an amalgam of Appalachian folk and black spirituals.

Chuck has been honored with BMI's Two-Million-Air award for the Academy of Country Music's 1993 Song of the Year and international hit, "I Love The Way You Love Me," and BMI’s Million-Air award for the #1 hit, "Me Too".

“...perhaps there is no better reflection of an artist who embodies the singer/songwriter aesthetic than Nashville heavyweight Chuck Cannon.” - Brett Leigh Dicks - Santa Barbara Independent

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Sat
1 20

Door 7 PM
Show 8 PM
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"Gorgeous harmonies, thrilling arrangements, and some remarkably insightful, honest writing. " - Sing Out!
The Honey Dewdrops
The Honey Dewdrops
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After a long stretch of living on the road, performing and writing across the U.S., Americana songwriters and Virginia natives Laura Wortman and Kagey Parrish, collectively known as THE HONEY DEWDROPS, decided to settle down in Baltimore, MD. "Touring is like collecting images of landscapes, sounds of voices, contents of stories, moods of places and environments," says Wortman. "All of that can be useful. It tells you something about human nature, about how the world works, little by little.” And so the couple took their experiences on the road, and dug in to write and record their fourth album, TANGLED COUNTRY, in their new home. It’s a beautiful and engaging take on modern American roots music and the first album of theirs entirely written, arranged, and recorded in one place; a testament to the power of home.

Throughout Tangled Country, Wortman and Parrish perform as if the most honorable thing to be is honest in themselves. Tangled Country bears witness to The Honey Dewdrops' simply being themselves, stewards of the Americana tradition, having seen the world and grown a little older and now finally come home.

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Fri
1 26

Door 7 PM
Show 8 PM
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Tickets $ 20


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"If she's coming to your town don't miss this magical performer." - NPR's All Songs Considered
Gaelynn Lea
Gaelynn Lea
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Gaelynn Lea is a musician from Duluth, MN. She has been playing violin for over twenty years. First classically trained, she began learning traditional Celtic and American fiddle tunes at the age of 18. Currently her most active collaboration is The Murder of Crows, an atmospheric alternative duo with Alan Sparhawk. Gaelynn also regularly performs solo sets of experimental fiddle tunes sprinkled with her original songs; her aim is to create a meditative, layered sound that allows the listener’s mind to drift.

On March 3, 2016, Gaelynn Lea was named the winner of NPR Music’s second-ever Tiny Desk Contest. Her music video entry rose to the top of over 6,100 entries from around the nation, chosen as the unanimous favorite among the contest’s six judges. The very next week, Gaelynn performed a moving Tiny Desk Concert, at which the show’s host Bob Boilen said “there was hardly a dry eye.”




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Sat
1 27

Door 7 PM
Show 8 PM
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Tickets $ 25


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Bugle Boy Talent Trust Artist
Elizabeth Wills
Elizabeth Wills
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Elizabeth Wills is the 2009 Bugle Boy Founder's Choice Award Recipient and by proclamation, January 28th is Elizabeth Wills Day in Fayette County.

In her first studio project in seven years, Every Little Star, Wills is featured on lead vocalist and on piano, her first instrument. “I’m over-the-moon happy about it,” she says. “Since I was a kid, the piano has brought me comfort and peace and has been the vehicle through which I could allow my thoughts and emotions to run freely across the keyboard.” Such freedom and beauty comes through in the album, which she says was worth the wait. “These new songs were ready to come on out,” she explains of the timing. “I have been through what seems like a couple of lifetimes in the past several years, but there was immense beauty and lessons gracefully given to me to learn and walk through. I wanted an album that reflected that growth and that movement."

Influenced by writer-artists Joni Mitchell, Carole King, and their contemporaries, Wills bases songs in honesty, goodness, and vulnerability. Fans relate, and the industry has taken notice as well. Wills has played notable festivals like ACL, South by Southwest, Kerrville Folk Festival, Austin City Limits Festival, Southwest Regional Folk Alliance, The Backyard and more. She enjoys regular airplay on college radio stations across the country and NPR affiliates in Austin, Dallas, and Fort Worth, and she has guested on the nationally syndicated radio show "What D’ya Know."

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Sun
1 28

Door 1:15 PM
Show 1:30 PM
Close 4:30 PM


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Woody Russell hosting.
Soldier Songs & Voices Workshop
FREE - Veterans & Military Personnel only
Soldier Songs & Voices
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As local chapter of Soldier Songs & Voices, The Bugle Boy Foundation invites Veterans (anyone who served in any branch of the military at any time, including Coast Guard and Reserves) and active duty military personnel for FREE Guitar/Songwriting workshops led by professional musicians who appreciate your service to our country. All levels from beginners to experienced are welcome to gather and share their music in a relaxed and informal environment that encourages free musical expression and healing experiences. Loaner guitars are available.

If you’ve always wanted to learn to play guitar or perhaps have something written that you need help setting to music, our guest instructors and core group members will be glad to help. The workshop serves as a means of creative expression.

Our monthly workshops are offered at 1051 N. Jefferson St. (Hwy 77) La Grange, Texas 78945 and are hosted by professional singer-songwriters such as Terri Hendrix, Lloyd Maines, Michael O'Connor & Susan Gibson and other visiting artists.

Please Click here for workshop information and full schedule.

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Fri
2 2

Door 7 PM
Show 8 PM
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Tickets $ 45


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Award-winning Singer/Songwriter
Radney Foster
Radney Foster
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In late Fall 2015, Foster got the diagnosis every musician fears-- a severe case of pneumonia and laryngitis. However, for someone who’s been producing songs for almost 40 years, the desire to write doesn’t fade along with the voice. During a grueling six week period of vocal constraint, Foster’s creative side emerged in the form of a short story inspired by the song, titled “Sycamore Creek,” and the idea for Foster’s newest endeavor was born.

For You To See The Stars is a project comprised of two parts – a book and a CD. The book is a collection of short stories published by Working Title Farm. Though the stories are fiction, they are informed by Foster’s upbringing on the Mexican border in Del Rio, TX. The story that most closely resembles memoir, “Bridge Club,” is a humorous and poignant retelling of the song “Greatest Show on Earth,” a recollection of playing music with family and friends on the back porch on a Saturday night. For You To See The Stars is Radney Foster’s eleventh album. Foster has written eight number one hit singles, including his own “Nobody Wins,” and “Crazy Over You” with duo Foster & Lloyd. His discography contains countless cuts by artists ranging anywhere from country (Keith Urban, The Dixie Chicks, Luke Bryan, Nitty Gritty Dirt Band) to contemporary (Marc Broussard, Hootie & The Blowfish, Kenny Loggins, Los Lonely Boys).

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Sat
2 3

Door 7 PM
Show 8 PM
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Tickets $ 20


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"They build on their harmonies with an infectious sound that will leave you asking, 'How can 2 people sound like a 6-piece band?'" - Bridge the Beat
The Wide Open
The Wide Open
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The Award-Winning Texas based Duo, The Wide Open features singer/songwriters Season Ammons and Allen Rayfield. Their distinctive style of soulful, blues-infused vocals, swampy harmonica riffs, distorted banjo licks and well-crafted lyrics with R&B grooves lends itself to the new movement that is Americana Music.

Originally from St. Louis, Allen Rayfield is a three time WINNER of "Best Harmonica Player" in The Emerald Coast and Season Ammons, a Texas native was nominated in 2014 by The Academy of Texas Music for "Best Female Vocalist" and the duo was recently nominated for "Best Americana Album" in 2016 by The Independent Music Awards. Working with veteran Texas producer Dave Percefull and his Grammy Award winning production team, The Wide Open just released their first radio single 'Long Road Home' onto Texas Red Radio and Spotify!





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Fri
2 9

Door 7 PM
Show 8 PM
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Tickets $ 22


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"A musical triple-threat — a thoughtful songwriter and talented multi-instrumentalist with a supple, soulful voice.” — Washington Post
Beth Wood
Beth Wood
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Beth Wood is a modern-day troubadour and believer in the power of song. Her exceptional musicianship, crafty songwriting, and commanding stage presence have been winning over American audiences for eighteen years. Beth’s music is soulful, organic, intelligent, barefoot, high-energy communication of joy.

Beth has been featured on OPB’s “Artbeat” and on “Troubadour, TX”, a nationally syndicated documentary-style singer-songwriter reality television series airing in almost 40 million households and 140 U.S. markets. Beth lives in Portland, OR and is loving the Northwest life. She recently launched “20/20”, a celebration of her twenty years as a full-time musician in which she will release twenty new works to subscribers and fans in 2017. In 2016, Beth expanded her repertoire and released her first book of poetry, Kazoo Symphonies (Mezaclita Press). Soon to follow was her tenth album, “Spring Tide”, recorded live and solo acoustic on the Oregon coast and produced by Oregon’s own rising-star producer, Tyler Fortier.

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Sat
2 10

Door 7 PM
Show 8 PM
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"Zac Wilkerson and the Wayward Souls with their rich acoustic sound, engaging lyric choice, and multi-talented front man have what it takes to soon become a household name." - Live 105
Zac Wilkerson
Zac Wilkerson
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Zac Wilkerson is a SOUL ROCKER from the COUNTRY. Powerful, soulful vocals and a driving guitar style combine with poignant songwriting to deliver a new take on Americana, Soul, Country, and Rock.

Wilkerson stumbled into a career in music after being tricked into entering, and eventually winning, The Blue Light Live Singer Songwriter contest in 2011. The prize was a Solo Acoustic set at the 2012 Larry Joe Taylor's Texas Music Festival in Stephenville, TX. He has since etched out a strong following across the Texas the music scene and beyond, with his work appearing in Nationally Syndicated and Regional Radio, and Local and Prime-Time Network TV.

Wilkerson cut his musical teeth in a country church where he started singing at 4. At a young age, he discovered his parents' country, soul, Motown, rock, and folk records, creating a musical foundation with as much variety as passion. By 12 he played several instruments, including piano and guitar, which led to songwriting that same year. The musical voice that has evolved since is a fresh take on Rock, Soul, Country and Americana evoking Aretha Franklin, Bill Withers, Bonnie Raitt, and Levon Helm.

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