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Bingo Night!

Please join us for Bingo Night Thursday April 25th from 6 to 8pm! $5 will get you a bingo card to play or you can bring your own gift as your buy in until we run out of prizes! We will also be serving our Thursday evening food special. See social media for details!

Jack Carr

Jack T Carr with his tenor sax and digital rhythm section transforms a solo saxophone routine to the sound of a four piece jazz band. The pre-recorded rhythm section, composed mainly of piano, acoustic bass, and light drums, augment the smooth tone of the live tenor sax.

Bingo Night!

Please join us for Bingo Night Thursday May 2nd from 6 to 8pm! Bring $5 will get you a bingo card to play until we run out of prizes! We will also be serving our Thursday evening food special!

Open Mic Night!

Please join us for our open mic night hosted by Patrick Hollenbach! If you are wanting to play an instrument or sing, we welcome anyone to get up and perform! A PA system with plug ins and karaoke capabilities and microphone will be provided. Serenade with us from 6pm-9pm!

Craft Night!

Please join us May 9th from 6-8pm for our craft night! You can create your very own 22 inch wooden door hanger! Choose between Uncle Sam or Popsicles. For more information contact 979-540-0664 or 512-393-9228. Deadline to register is April 25th!

Ella B & Robert Herridge

Please join us May 10th from 6-9pm for a performance by the legendary fiddle duo of Ella B & Robert Herridge!

Les Cousins

The musical stylings of cousins Liz Tipps & Travis Burns is something you do not want to miss! With music ranging from today's red dirt country to Fleetwood Mac, these cousins surely will blow you away with their performance!

Mitch Marcoulier

Mitch Marcoulier, has been involved in music for pretty much all of his life. He comes from a family of musicians, and has been playing with bands since he was in his teens. When he entered the working world he toured with some of the biggest artists in the world. After relocating to Texas a few years back, Mitch has come back to what he loves most, playing live music. Along with his own songs, Mitch has a songbook filled with easily 800 songs that will remind you of the times in your life where music meant everything. If you have a request, don't be afraid to ask.

Trivia Night!

Please join us for Thursday night Trivia from 6-8pm! Bring your friends and compete against other teams for a prize and bragging rights! We will also be serving our Thursday night food special! See our social media for details.

Friday Night Karaoke!

Please join us for Friday Night Karaoke hosted by Rob Abbott and friends!

Armed Forces Day!

Please join us May 18th for Armed Forces Day! We will be open from 12-9pm, collecting supplies on behalf of the Blue Star Mothers-Houston Area, for our Overseas Military Personnel. Musician Darrel Appelt will be playing from 3-6pm. Supplies needed: Beef Jerky, Pop top food, Tuna Packets, Black Work Boot Socks, Popcorn, etc.

Erik Flores

Erik Flores is a singer songwriter whose songs are tied to the dierent places and circumstances that he’s found himself in on the way to where he is now. Currently based in the Texas Hill Country, his path has been steady and winding. Erik started his career in Austin, TX and after a handful of loud and eclectic years he eventually found himself in Los Angeles where he reconnected with his love of Americana/Country music. After starting the band Fairbanks & the Lonesome Light, gaining some traction and releasing two albums, he returned home to Texas and landed in the small Hill Country town of Driftwood where he writes and records the songs that will be the coming chapters of his story. His band Fairbanks & the Lonesome Light is shared with singer/writer Amelia Rose Logan. It revolves around a collection of songs written in two part harmony and built on a solid foundation of Indie Americana music. They draw from the same traditions that Jeff Tweedy, The Band, Neil Young, Gillian Welch and other similar artists seem to veer toward. Erik’s solo performances pull from this catalogue and from the always growing collection of new songs, but lean a little more into his more classic Texas influences.