Unfortunately, the recent rain has left our parking areas flooded and we do not have the ability to accommodate our usual anniversary crowd. As such, we will have to postpone the 6th Anniversary Party scheduled for this weekend. We apologize for any inconvenience but will keep you posted on the future date.
Feel good jams that make you want to dance. They have been described as the John Butler Trio meets the Dave Matthews Band and Black Crowes. Definitely don't want to miss these guys!
East Texas Band with a Southern Rock sound.
I just want to share what I do with y'all in the hopes that it makes a connection with you. After all, what is music, but a way of putting life to song? I hope you enjoy the fruits of my "labor". - SH
Self-taught, multi-talented artist, Clay Shelburn, has performed on stage since the age of 13. Writing his first song at age 12, he categorizes his current original music as “funktry”: a fusion of funk, rock, blues and country. Garnering recent world-wide viral fame as the “Walmart Rockstar” in 2015, Clay works his way to his fans through his small independent operation. His “silly little video” not only conveys his deep passion for life and music, but also illustrates just how diligently he works at honing his craft to share with his fans. Clay and his team currently spend their time promoting and touring his first full-length album, “Defined” (released October 2015), and plan to spend much of 2016 touring/promoting within the US and UK. Clay’s first foray as a frontman, with his 2010 EP, “Brokedown & Blue”, echoes his deep country roots. In between his two releases, Clay spent his time gaining attention as a lead guitarist for many Texas/National artists. He also spent time doing studio work on several different artist’s projects. During this exploration, Clay’s evolution of sound included trading in the fiddle and steel guitar for horns and creative percussive instruments, like a slinky. As he travels in 2016, Clay has already begun penning his third release. He is also exploring musical avenues outside of stage performance. If he continues his trend of growth, his third crack at original music will continue to evolve as he does.
Husband & wife duo that bring classic country sounds mixed in with a little backwoods vibe & rich harmonies. Real country music.
Keith started playing guitar at 16, with influence from his parents and uncle. From early on he had a passion for blues music, fueled by yearly trips with his dad to the Beale Street Music Festival in Memphis, TN. After playing football at Northeastern State University, Keith returned to North Texas and began building his fan base in the area. Starting out at the Garage on Fry Street in Denton, Keith honed his stage presence and chops as a performer before taking the steps to put together a band that would go on to thrill crowds the area over. After some trial and error, Keith found a truly gifted group of musicians to help him promote his debut CD, Broken Bottles. Trace Bivens, Kirk Richardson, and Dwayne Berry provide the kind of foundation that only comes from countless hours of cohesion, and it shows both on and off stage.
"I am and always will be the optimist. The hoper of far-flung hopes and dreamer of improbable dreams. The wheels are in motion. Done."
Hang on tight, and keep your eyes on these guys. Great things are coming.
One of the top rated female vocal groups in Texas, this trio of sisters blend tight sibling harmony akin to bluegrass, powerful vocals, southern girl grit and Texas twang to create their own, unique sound.
Shotgun Josephine is the ongoing vision of Randal Clarke and Susie McGuire, melding the sounds of Traditional Country with the energy and attitude of Classic/Southern Rock. Every song, cover or original, is defined by two-part harmony and energetic guitar playing, which is their trademark. The harmonies are high and lonesome, yet folky and warm. Susie's lead vocals are a perfect combo of Classic Country female singing, with a Rock attitude and punch. The guitar playing blends the worlds of Country and Rock with a Bakersfield attitude and Rock tone.
Dan Patterson is a West Texas based Americana singer-songwriter. With a focus on reviving the storytelling side of music, Dan draws much of his influence from artists such as Jason Isbell, Drew Kennedy, and John Moreland. Recently featured in the Fort Worth music publication, Rattle Magazine, Patterson has been creating quite the buzz over the last few months.
2018 is full of excitement, and most of that excitement stems from the fact Dan and the guys are headed back into the studio with Dave Percefull at YellowDog-Wimberely. With strong influences from song writers such as Jason Isbell, Sturgill Simpson, and The White Buffalo, the new album is designed especially for those that enjoy the story-teller side of songwriting.
His first full album, "Smoke in My Lungs", was recorded at YellowDOG Studios in Austin, TX, and is a collaboration of talent, including Dave Percefull, David Abeyta, and Kim Deschamps. "Smoke in My Lungs" has become an excellent launching point for Patterson's emerging career. An internationally acclaimed album, voted the #11 album of 2013 by Southern Rock Brazil. The album also features several songs on New Slang's "Top 100 Songs of 2013".