With deep roots in classic country, honky-tonk, southern rock and blues, the Brad Russell Band is bringing their own brand of music to the masses: "Ronky-Tonk."
Their debut EP, "Fly," was released in 2018 to a very eager and welcoming audience. The first single, "Lose Control," gave audiences a glimpse of BRB's melodic prowess as well as lyrical execution. It did well on regional radio and helped put BRB in front of new audiences worldwide.
"Our mission is simple: move the people. Either get them moving on the dance floor or move their spirits with our music." Brad Russell
Performing a variety of roadhouse blues and classic rock/pop songs that are sure to have your party jumpin' through the roof!
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
Ditch the malls and join us for a little holiday cheer this Saturday as the Irving High School Alumni Band presents a live concert of Christmas and holiday tunes here at the brewery. Featuring former Irving High School Tiger Band members, directors & friends who share the goal of continuing the 75 year tradition of excellence of the Irving High School Band Program, they are guaranteed to put you in the holiday spirit.
The Petty Beagles are a 4-piece pop and classic rock band playing your favorite covers from the 60s and 70s, including: Tom Petty, The Beatles, The Eagles, and so many more. They are guaranteed to have you singing along from the very first note!
The Shane Rogers Band was established in 2000. Three months after it’s formation they were opening for bands such as Cross Canadian Ragweed, Jason Boland and the Stragglers, Pat Green, Willie Nelson and many others. The release of their first album “Texas Kind of Mood” in 2003 gathered a grass roots, cult following all over the region, which was necessary because they did not release a single to radio. That did not stop the fans from getting copies to their favorite radio stations and demanding that they play it. The single “Cheatin’ Man’s Mind” became a huge song for them. In the summer of 2006 they released their second album “Second Time Around”. The single “Southern Rebel Girl” was released to radio and did very well throughout the region. What this band is most known for hasn’t changed. Good, heartfelt, fun country/southern rock music and a fantastic live show.
Feel good jams that make you want to dance. They have been described as the John Butler Trio, meets the Dave Matthews Band, meets the Black Crowes. So...yeah...definitely don't want to miss these guys!
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.
The Trials are one of the best up and coming bands in DFW. This high energy band puts on one of the best live shows in Texas. Their heartfelt and soulful originals move crowds and turn heads. Front man, Andrew Carman, leads the way with everything from rocking blues jams to southern soul ballads. Combined that with a top notch rhythm section and you get a groovy soulful performance that wont disappoint.
Great Originals with sweet Harmonies sprinkled around the best covers.
Join us at the brewery Saturday, November 9th for Second Saturday Cinema, featuring a special screening of Waterboy. We'll also have movie-style food and treats from Yater Caters and Cactus Cooler Snowcones, and, of course, plenty of cold beer on tap. So grab your lawn chairs and blankets and join us for a night under the stars!
WHAT: Revolver Brewing Cinema Night. Admission is $10 for every person over 18, which includes a logo pint glass, beer tastings (21+), and a live screening of Waterboy
WHEN: November 9th from 6pm - 9pm (movie start time is 6:30pm). Arrive before 8pm and receive four 8oz tastings. Arrive after 8pm and receive two 8oz tastings.
WHO: Everyone is welcome. The event is family friendly. Sorry, no pets though.
WHERE: The brewery, located at 5650 Matlock Road in Granbury, TX. From Hwy 377, head south on FM 167 (Fall Creek Hwy) for approximately 5 miles. Veer left on Matlock Road. Turn right into second gate.