Three of Austin's finest singer/songwriters are taking the stage to exchange stories & swap songs.
She's traveling though on her Texas tour & wanted to stop in again, we welcome Alice again to the Roadhouse stage.
It's always a fun night filled with good times & laughter when KC Kountry Chick is in the house!
Open Mic Thursday - this one is gonna be a night to remember with 3 talented hosts: Wesley Westbrook, Robbie Wooten, & Anthony Moreno. Don't miss out, we'll be talking about this one for days!
Dust off those dancing shoes & join us for an entertaining night. Mark will wow you with his talent!
We're happy to see our friends Chrissie & Jimmy Joe again!
Open Mic Thursday - hosted by Libby Koch
Join us for a fun filled evening with Kountry Chick DJ (outside 4-6PM), Blues II Band (outside street dance 6-9PM), & Might Orq (inside 9-11PM) We'll be serving some BBQ cooked by Burton's own Ronnie Holt. Classic cruise in car show/contest with trophies. Call the Roadhouse for details: 979-289-0013 or Melissa: 713-416-4005
Seriously, one of the best...don't miss this show!
Recently making it to the top 20 on the Texas Charts, Julia is establishing a strong reputation in the TX/RedDirt Country scene and debuting her new single, “Who I Wanted You To Be”.
As people continue to fall in love with her dynamic songwriting and fresh, yet classic country sound, “Who I Wanted You To Be” is a perfect continuation.
Performing over one hundred times per year, Julia enjoys introducing audiences to her original music as well as paying tribute to those who have shaped her sound. From classic country’s great songwriters and performers, such as Alan Jackson, Lyle Lovett, Guy Clark, and Dolly Parton, she takes her listeners into the world of what real country music is all about.
Anyone who has met Julia will tell you that she’s an old soul. That soul certainly shines through in her performances.
From the songs she writes, her engaging performances, and her generous spirit, you can bet Julia is truly a one of a kind girl, and that’s just how she likes it.
“Julia Hatfield has that rare power to make you shut up, drop what you're doing and just listen..”
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Making his way in the footsteps of those who came before him in the Texas music scene, singer/songwriter Manzy Lowry carries on the outlaw tradition, country soul, and Texas pride as simply heard in his music.
The Ballinger, Texas, born songster grew up learning music from his grandmother; this influence followed Manzy through his college days when he was inspired by Jason Boland, Roger Alan Wade, and Zach Huckabee. Lowry picked up a guitar, learned a few chords and began to create music in the style of those he followed. Soon after he heard the tunes of Guy Clark and Townes Van Zandt, Manzy began writing songs that tell stories.
Original ballads are trademarks of Lowry’s talent. Rough around the edges and dusty as an old bible left on a shelf for many years – might be a mere idea of the feel for Manzy’s music after a listen or two. His story-songs paint pictures in your mind of particular places in time, and they may just make you feel proud to be a Texan.
As of 2014 Manzy was accepted into The Last Honky Tonk Music Series.
Kountry Chick is not your ordinary karaoke jockey! Featuring professional state of the art sound & lighting systems, the Kountry Chick brings a first-rate high energy show! It’s definitely a night you won’t want to miss. Her hometown is Burton, Texas!
We love Sarah Pierce Band! Come out for a listen & we know you will too!!
His was hard rock and heavy metal. Hers was the classic sound of the East Texas piney woods. Theirs was a fiery collision, bearing forth a sound that was at once novel and instantly familiar--nodding to roots seated deep in high lonesome harmonies and back porch blues, while peering out at a scorched path bound by modern assertions and contemporary commentary.
This two-person, dozen-instrument act provides a show full of sound a fury, punctuated with raw, quiet vulnerability. Come welcome them as they bring you back home.
This Texas-based band released their debut full-length album, "Watershed," in 2014. Produced by Brad Sayles (Houston Symphony) and featuring Max Dyer (cello) and Kevin Hardin (fiddle), "Watershed" guides listeners through a unique and thorough journey of roots music set in the modern day. This album was the much- anticipated follow-up to their EP, "Trainwreck Junkyard" (2013).
A new album of updated traditionals is tentatively planned for release in mid-2017, with a major new release expected in 2018.
Behind Grifters & Shills are John and Rebecca Stoll. The pair met and began playing music together in 2008. Their first band, Westbound, released two albums--"Now & Then" (2012) and "Blackjack Road (2010).
Music from all of their albums is playing on left-end-of-the-dial radio stations across the country.
A local artist and Roadhouse favorite! Robert has become our 'house band' coming in the first Saturday of every month. Come join us for good tunes, cold drinks, hot food, & fun times.
Yes! Frank & Elena aka Paper Moon Shiners are back. If Vaudeville had a musical act, they'd be it. Join us for some FUN!