Calendar

LIVE MUSIC EVERY DAY! Call 830-629-5077 to confirm ticket prices and information.
Sun 3/1
12-3:30 PM
Blues
free show

Sun 3/1
4:30-8 PM
Soul / Motown
free show

Mon 3/2
6-10 PM
Country
free show

Tue 3/3
6-10 PM
Song Swap
free show

Fri 3/6
4-7 PM
Brief Guest Interview featuring TBA
Americana
free
Friday Afternoon Club at Gruene Hall Brief Guest Interview featuring TBA

A Gruene Hall tradition, now in its 22nd year, where hipsters, oldsters, suits, locals and drifters mix it up to start their weekend rite (pun intended!) Come enjoy the quintessential Friday happy hour with great beer prices, prize giveaways and the best in Texas tunes broadcast live by KNBT 92.1 FM Radio New Braunfels. There’s even a very special guest interview each week. Some that have stopped by for a chat have included Ray Benson, Steve Earle, Delbert McClinton, Radney Foster, Hayes Carll and Ray Wylie Hubbard. Good times!

Fri 3/6
8 PM
(Opening band TBA)
TICKETS: $18 | DOORS: 7 PM
Country / Rock
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Shane Smith & the Saints - Gruene Hall (Opening band TBA)
TICKETS: $18 | DOORS: 7 PM

Shane Smith and the Saints unleash a spirited, four-part harmony sound at every show that music fans can’t quite put their finger on, yet have no trouble putting their hands together for. Hints of folk, rock, country and Americana all shine through an aggressive, rootsy fiddle beat stew that’s connecting with students, hipsters, bikers, roughnecks and songwriter buffs at every stop. Although Springsteen long ago cornered the market on gritty, high-energy live performances, the band takes a back seat to no one in grinding out great live shows at legendary venues across the Southwest and beyond. With driving beats reminiscent of Mumford & Sons and jams that echo the Band of Horses, their engaging live shows channel influences from Flogging Molly to Creedence Clearwater Revival. The sound starts with Shane’s smoky rich voice out in front of songs that connect with fans on many levels. Rooted on stage to Shane’s left you’ll find Kentucky fiddle player and long-time friend Bennett Brown. Guitarist Tim Allen, Chase Satterwhite on bass and Zach Stover on percussion provide the soaring leads and back beat. The good word is getting around. Shane Smith & The Saints’ latest album, Hail Mary, was released in 2019.

Sat 3/7
1-5 PM
Folk-Roots
free show

Sat 3/7
9 PM
(Opening band TBA)
TICKETS: $18 | DOORS: 8 PM
Country / Rock
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Shane Smith & the Saints - Gruene Hall (Opening band TBA)
TICKETS: $18 | DOORS: 8 PM

Shane Smith and the Saints unleash a spirited, four-part harmony sound at every show that music fans can’t quite put their finger on, yet have no trouble putting their hands together for. Hints of folk, rock, country and Americana all shine through an aggressive, rootsy fiddle beat stew that’s connecting with students, hipsters, bikers, roughnecks and songwriter buffs at every stop. Although Springsteen long ago cornered the market on gritty, high-energy live performances, the band takes a back seat to no one in grinding out great live shows at legendary venues across the Southwest and beyond. With driving beats reminiscent of Mumford & Sons and jams that echo the Band of Horses, their engaging live shows channel influences from Flogging Molly to Creedence Clearwater Revival. The sound starts with Shane’s smoky rich voice out in front of songs that connect with fans on many levels. Rooted on stage to Shane’s left you’ll find Kentucky fiddle player and long-time friend Bennett Brown. Guitarist Tim Allen, Chase Satterwhite on bass and Zach Stover on percussion provide the soaring leads and back beat. The good word is getting around. Shane Smith & The Saints’ latest album, Hail Mary, was released in 2019.

Sun 3/8
10:30 AM
TICKETS: $35 | DOORS: 9:30 AM
Gospel
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Gospel Brunch at Gruene Hall TICKETS: $35 | DOORS: 9:30 AM

The Gospel Brunch is led by Bret Graham, one of Gruene Hall’s favorite country musicians. Bret sings his cowboy style Gospel tunes and is accompanied by The New Soul Invaders, an uplifting gospel band. The New Orleans-style gospel brunch also features a buffet catered by Gristmill River Restaurant & Bar.

Mon 3/9
6-10 PM
Country
free show

Tue 3/10
6-7 pm
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$10/person

Learn simple, fun East Coast Swing steps in this one-hour class – perfect for beginners or those wanting to polish their wraps, tunnels, turns and spins! You don’t even need a partner to join in on the fun! Show off your new moves at Two Ton Tuesday when Two Tons of Steel takes the stage at 8:30 pm. Click here for more information.

Tue 3/10
8:30 PM
Doors: 7:30 PM
Rock-a-billy
$7 cover
Two Ton Tuesdays at Gruene Hall Doors: 7:30 PM

Before there was Americana, before there was Texas Country, Two Tons Of Steel front man Kevin Geil and his band rocked a sound that blended the best of musical worlds and pushed the envelope of “Texas” sound with a signature brand of high-energy country meets raw punk. The San Antonio-based band continues to push the line between country and punk with this special Spring Break edition of the popular Two Ton Tuesday summer series. If you haven’t caught Two Ton fever yet, grab your dancing shoes and get ready. The band takes the stage at 8:30pm. Come early for Swing Dance Lessons from 6 to 7pm ($10 per person). Click here for more information.

Wed 3/11
6-10 PM
Rock-a-billy
free show

Fri 3/13
4-7 PM
Brief Guest Interview featuring TBA
Americana
free
Friday Afternoon Club at Gruene Hall Brief Guest Interview featuring TBA

A Gruene Hall tradition, now in its 22nd year, where hipsters, oldsters, suits, locals and drifters mix it up to start their weekend rite (pun intended!) Come enjoy the quintessential Friday happy hour with great beer prices, prize giveaways and the best in Texas tunes broadcast live by KNBT 92.1 FM Radio New Braunfels. There’s even a very special guest interview each week. Some that have stopped by for a chat have included Ray Benson, Steve Earle, Delbert McClinton, Radney Foster, Hayes Carll and Ray Wylie Hubbard. Good times!

Fri 3/13
8 PM
(Jon Stork opens)
Tickets: $25 | Doors: 7 PM
Texas Country
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Roger Creager - Gruene Hall (Jon Stork opens)
Tickets: $25 | Doors: 7 PM

Roger Creager is an adventurist; he does not like to sit still while the world passes by. He tries to get the most out of what the world has to offer, and all it finds its way into Roger’s music and live shows. His passion for life invigorates everyone around him, including his fan base. Those who get hooked on his charisma and high energy come back show after show, year after year, and record after record. Creager’s latest record, Surrender, released January 2012, marks a “back-to-basics” approach for Roger. As always, Roger creates an interesting collection with songs that are very different from each other and will keep the listener’s attention start to finish. He co-wrote all songs except “Redemption Song”, a Bob Marley classic. Creager may travel the world, but he never strays far from his small-town South Texas roots and his music encompasses all of him.

Sat 3/14
9 PM
(Jarrod Morris opens)
Tickets: $25 | Doors: 8 PM
Texas Country
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Roger Creager - Gruene Hall (Jarrod Morris opens)
Tickets: $25 | Doors: 8 PM

Roger Creager is an adventurist; he does not like to sit still while the world passes by. He tries to get the most out of what the world has to offer, and all it finds its way into Roger’s music and live shows. His passion for life invigorates everyone around him, including his fan base. Those who get hooked on his charisma and high energy come back show after show, year after year, and record after record. Creager’s latest record, Surrender, released January 2012, marks a “back-to-basics” approach for Roger. As always, Roger creates an interesting collection with songs that are very different from each other and will keep the listener’s attention start to finish. He co-wrote all songs except “Redemption Song”, a Bob Marley classic. Creager may travel the world, but he never strays far from his small-town South Texas roots and his music encompasses all of him.

Sun 3/15
5-9 PM
Americana
free show

Mon 3/16
6-10 PM
Country
free show

Tue 3/17
6-7 pm
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$10/person

Learn simple, fun East Coast Swing steps in this one-hour class – perfect for beginners or those wanting to polish their wraps, tunnels, turns and spins! You don’t even need a partner to join in on the fun! Show off your new moves at Two Ton Tuesday when Two Tons of Steel takes the stage at 8:30 pm. Click here for more information.

Tue 3/17
8:30 PM
Doors: 7:30 PM
Rock-a-billy
$7 cover
Two Ton Tuesdays at Gruene Hall Doors: 7:30 PM

Before there was Americana, before there was Texas Country, Two Tons Of Steel front man Kevin Geil and his band rocked a sound that blended the best of musical worlds and pushed the envelope of “Texas” sound with a signature brand of high-energy country meets raw punk. The San Antonio-based band continues to push the line between country and punk with this special Spring Break edition of the popular Two Ton Tuesday summer series. If you haven’t caught Two Ton fever yet, grab your dancing shoes and get ready. The band takes the stage at 8:30pm. Come early for Swing Dance Lessons from 6 to 7pm ($10 per person). Click here for more information.

Wed 3/18
6-10 PM
Americana
free show

Fri 3/20
4-7 PM
Brief Guest Interview featuring TBA
Americana
free
Friday Afternoon Club at Gruene Hall Brief Guest Interview featuring TBA

A Gruene Hall tradition, now in its 22nd year, where hipsters, oldsters, suits, locals and drifters mix it up to start their weekend rite (pun intended!) Come enjoy the quintessential Friday happy hour with great beer prices, prize giveaways and the best in Texas tunes broadcast live by KNBT 92.1 FM Radio New Braunfels. There’s even a very special guest interview each week. Some that have stopped by for a chat have included Ray Benson, Steve Earle, Delbert McClinton, Radney Foster, Hayes Carll and Ray Wylie Hubbard. Good times!

Fri 3/20
8 PM
(Opening band TBA)
TICKETS: $25 | DOORS: 7 PM
Red Dirt / Americana
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Stoney LaRue - Gruene Hall (Opening band TBA)
TICKETS: $25 | DOORS: 7 PM

Stoney LaRue makes real-life, thinking man’s music. The Texas native-turned-longtime Oklahoma resident has been chasing his own dream down many roads for a long time. Stoney LaRue’s newest album project, Aviator, his debut for eOne Entertainment. Don’t be fooled…LaRue has lit up and burned down a honky-tonk a time or two, becoming a Red Dirt/Texas Music circuit mainstay known for high-energy shows, and that intensity is found on AVIATOR as well, on tracks like “It’s Too Soon”, “Golden Shackles” and an album ending “Studio A JAM” not to be missed. But its tunes like “First One To Know,” the opener “One And Only” and the vivid, memory-filled title track that give AVIATOR it’s thread, trying to find a path amidst loss and life changes, redemption and reinvention.

Sat 3/21
9 PM
(Josh Grider opens)
Tickets: $20 | Doors: 8 PM
Country
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Josh Ward - Gruene Hall (Josh Grider opens)
Tickets: $20 | Doors: 8 PM

Since the release of both his second studio album “Promises” and his latest studio album “Holding Me Together,” Josh has amassed seven consecutive #1 hits on the Texas Regional Radio Chart over two solid years and counting. It was in 2012 when Ward truly found his stride with the release of his first full length album “Promises,” produced by Grammy Award-winning producer, Greg Hunt. It seemed clear that radio had discovered their new banner artist in Ward with all five singles hitting the Top 20 on the Texas Music charts, three of those scoring #1’s -almost unheard of for a debut artist. Ward wrapped up 2013 as the Texas Regional Radio’s New Male Vocalist of the Year. When it came time to get back in the studio for his next album, Ward knew just where he was going…back to Rosewood Studios in Tyler, TX with the return of Greg Hunt behind the sound board. Ward credits the hidden jewel studio as the place where he found his sound, and Hunt as the wizard who pulled it out of him. Their work on Ward’s third full length album “Holding Me Together” (released October 2015) proved yet another triumphant collaboration—all four singles went to #1 on the TRRR Chart. Through many miles of winding peaks and valleys on hits like “Somewhere Between Right & Wrong,” “Broken Heart,” and the new single “Change My Mind,” what this album gives you is the white-knuckle roller coaster ride Ward intended you to have.

Sun 3/22
12:30-4:30 pm
Country / Swing
free show

Mon 3/23
6-10 PM
Country
free show

Tue 3/24
6-10 PM
Song Swap
free show

Wed 3/25
6-10 PM
Rock-a-billy
free show

Fri 3/27
4-7 PM
Brief Guest Interview featuring TBA
Americana
free
Friday Afternoon Club at Gruene Hall Brief Guest Interview featuring TBA

A Gruene Hall tradition, now in its 22nd year, where hipsters, oldsters, suits, locals and drifters mix it up to start their weekend rite (pun intended!) Come enjoy the quintessential Friday happy hour with great beer prices, prize giveaways and the best in Texas tunes broadcast live by KNBT 92.1 FM Radio New Braunfels. There’s even a very special guest interview each week. Some that have stopped by for a chat have included Ray Benson, Steve Earle, Delbert McClinton, Radney Foster, Hayes Carll and Ray Wylie Hubbard. Good times!

Fri 3/27
8 PM
(Opening band TBA)
Tickets: $20 | DOORS: 7 PM
Texas Country
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Ray Wylie Hubbard at Gruene Hall (Opening band TBA)
Tickets: $20 | DOORS: 7 PM

Ray Wylie Hubbard is a well-respected Texas Country singer-songwriter who is most known for his songs “Snake Farm” and “Up Against the Wall, Redneck Mother” and made famous by Jerry Jeff Walker’s 1973 recording. The renowned Americana hero returns with a lean ’n’ mean follow-up to 2012’s triumphant The Grifter’s Hymnal with his latest album, The Ruffian’s Misfortune. Soon to be followed by his uproarious, hair-raising autobiography, A Life…Well, Lived, The Ruffian’s Misfortune was co-produced by Hubbard and bassist George Reiff and showcases Hubbard’s bluesy slide alongside the twin guitar leads of Gabe Rhodes and Hubbard’s son, Lucas.

Sat 3/28
1-5 PM
Country
free show

Sat 3/28
9 PM
TICKETS: $65 | DOORS: 8 PM
Country
sold
Jerry Jeff Walker Texas Bash at Gruene Hall TICKETS: $65 | DOORS: 8 PM

This is a limited seating concert with first come, first serve policy. No reserved seats.

There’s a photo on the back of a long-out-of-print Jerry Jeff Walker album that kind of sums it all up. In the picture, Jerry Jeff is outside an old roadhouse on a lonesome highway. It’s night, and his collar is turned up against the chill breeze as he hunches over to light a cigarette. His guitar is slung around his back. It’s hard to tell if he’s entering or leaving the roadhouse, but either way you figure he’s got many miles to go before he sleeps. Lots of musicians talk about the road; Jerry Jeff really is the kid who rode his thumb out of his hometown in upstate New York to such exotic destinations as Key West (where he introduced another young musician named Jimmy Buffett to the pleasures of island life)…He really did sing for pennies on New Orleans street corners, alongside Mr. Bojangles…He really did strap his guitar on the back of a motorcycle and go busking across Canada…And he really did sing in the smoky cafes and folk clubs of Greenwich Village, following in the footsteps of Bob Dylan and Ramblin’ Jack Elliott. And that all happened before he became a star. Most folks know that story – how Jerry Jeff moved to Austin in the early Seventies and reinvented himself as a Lone Star country-rocker. He became, along with Willie Nelson and Asleep At The Wheel, one of the arbiters of the internationally famous Austin musical community. Since then, he has celebrated the music of peers such as Guy Clark and Townes Van Zandt, and served as a fountainhead and inspiration to younger musicians such as Robert Earl Keen, Pat Green, Jack Ingram, Todd Snider, and a moderately successful country tunesmith named Garth Brooks. A string of records for MCA and Elektra followed before Jerry Jeff gave up on the mainstream music business and formed his own independent record label, Tried & True Music, in 1986. His songs are the way he makes the world make sense, how he passes on stories of the people he meets, the way he feels on a given morning. He has come full circle, back to his solitary singer-songwriter roots. You might say he was heading this way all along.

Sun 3/29
7 PM
TICKETS: $65 | DOORS: 6 PM
Country
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Jerry Jeff Walker Texas Bash at Gruene Hall TICKETS: $65 | DOORS: 6 PM

This is a limited seating concert with first come, first serve policy. No reserved seats.

There’s a photo on the back of a long-out-of-print Jerry Jeff Walker album that kind of sums it all up. In the picture, Jerry Jeff is outside an old roadhouse on a lonesome highway. It’s night, and his collar is turned up against the chill breeze as he hunches over to light a cigarette. His guitar is slung around his back. It’s hard to tell if he’s entering or leaving the roadhouse, but either way you figure he’s got many miles to go before he sleeps. Lots of musicians talk about the road; Jerry Jeff really is the kid who rode his thumb out of his hometown in upstate New York to such exotic destinations as Key West (where he introduced another young musician named Jimmy Buffett to the pleasures of island life)…He really did sing for pennies on New Orleans street corners, alongside Mr. Bojangles…He really did strap his guitar on the back of a motorcycle and go busking across Canada…And he really did sing in the smoky cafes and folk clubs of Greenwich Village, following in the footsteps of Bob Dylan and Ramblin’ Jack Elliott. And that all happened before he became a star. Most folks know that story – how Jerry Jeff moved to Austin in the early Seventies and reinvented himself as a Lone Star country-rocker. He became, along with Willie Nelson and Asleep At The Wheel, one of the arbiters of the internationally famous Austin musical community. Since then, he has celebrated the music of peers such as Guy Clark and Townes Van Zandt, and served as a fountainhead and inspiration to younger musicians such as Robert Earl Keen, Pat Green, Jack Ingram, Todd Snider, and a moderately successful country tunesmith named Garth Brooks. A string of records for MCA and Elektra followed before Jerry Jeff gave up on the mainstream music business and formed his own independent record label, Tried & True Music, in 1986. His songs are the way he makes the world make sense, how he passes on stories of the people he meets, the way he feels on a given morning. He has come full circle, back to his solitary singer-songwriter roots. You might say he was heading this way all along.

Mon 3/30
6-10 PM
Country
free show