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LIVE MUSIC EVERY DAY! Call 830-629-5077 to confirm ticket prices and information.
Tue 6/1
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! Just $10 per person. 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 6/1
8:30 PM
Doors: 7:30 PM
Rock-a-billy
$7 cover
Two Ton Tuesdays - 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 their wildly popular Two Ton Tuesday summer series. If you haven’t felt the energy of Two Tons live, grab your dancing partner and get ready for a rockin’ night! The band takes the stage at 8:30pm.

Wed 6/2
6-10 PM
Rock-a-billy
free show

Fri 6/4
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 23rd year, Friday Afternoon Club is where hipsters and oldsters, locals and drifters mix it up to start the weekend off right! This quintessential Friday happy hour celebrates the warmer weather with special beer prices, free giveaways and the best in Texas tunes. Broadcasting 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 include Ray Benson, Steve Earle, Delbert McClinton, Radney Foster, Hayes Carll and Ray Wylie Hubbard. How do you join the Club? Ramble in, just as you are!

Fri 6/4
8 PM
(Opening band TBA)
Tickets: $10 | Doors: 7 PM
Texas / Country
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Larry Joe Taylor - Gruene Hall (Opening band TBA)
Tickets: $10 | Doors: 7 PM

Full capacity. Tickets on sale Friday, May 7th at 10am.

Larry Joe Taylor has become one of the most respected men in the Texas music business. Not only is he one of the top songwriters in the state, he also helps promote young singer-songwriters. The “costal & western” innovator continues his take on life’s joys and challenges as seen through a seaside perspective. The varied moods of Taylor’s songs keep the crowds on their toes while he shifts from his loud-and-proud dancing tunes to soulful ballads. Not only does Taylor write most of the songs for his own albums, he’s also proud of the many other artists who have cut his tunes, including Jerry Jeff Walker and the Lost Gonzo Band, Keith Sykes, Richard Leigh, Gary P. Nunn, Michael Hearne, Joe Pat Hennen, Mike Graham, Doc Wesson, Tommy Alverson and Brian Burns.

Sat 6/5
1-5 PM
Country
free show

Sat 6/5
9 PM
(Opening band TBA)
Tickets: $30 | Doors: 8 PM
Country
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Paul Cauthen - Gruene Hall (Opening band TBA)
Tickets: $30 | Doors: 8 PM

Full capacity. Tickets on sale Friday, May 7th at 10am.

Making Room 41 nearly killed Paul Cauthen. Ironically enough, it’s also the very thing that saved him. Cauthen has long been a pusher of boundaries (musical and otherwise), and Room 41 is no exception, with electrifying performances that blend old-school country and gritty soul with 70’s funk and stirring gospel. Cauthen lived every single line of this record, and he’s survived to tell the tale. Cauthen first earned his reputation as a fire-breathing truth-teller with the acclaimed roots rock band Sons of Fathers, but it wasn’t until the 2016 release of his solo debut, My Gospel, that he truly tapped into the full depth of his prodigious talents. The album landed on a slew of Best Of lists at the year’s end and earned festival appearances from Austin City Limits and Pickathon to Stagecoach and Tumbleweed along with dates opening for Elle King, Margo Price, Midland, Cody Jinks, Social Distortion and more. He followed it up two years later with Have Mercy, an album that prompted Rolling Stone to dub him “one of the most fascinating, and eccentric, new voices in country music” and NPR’s Ann Powers to proclaim 2019 as “the year of Paul Cauthen.” As his professional life reached new heights, though, Cauthen’s personal life hit new lows, and he soon found himself drifting without a home. Checked in to room 41 at the Belmont, he began escalating his self-destructive tendencies, medicating heartbreak and anxiety with alcohol and drugs as he ground himself into oblivion. Cauthen credits his survival in no small part to his collaborators on the album, a wide range of writers, musicians, and producers who rallied around him and believed in his work enough to help him see it through. The production credits alone read like a who’s who of modern Texas music, including Niles City Sound (Leon Bridges, Nicole Atkins), Matt Pence (Jason Isbell, Nikki Lane), and Beau Bedford and Jason Burt, Cauthen’s longtime creative foils at Dallas’ Modern Electric studio. These days, Cauthen is out of the hotel, but he still carries the lessons he learned in room 41 everywhere he goes, approaching life with a newfound gratefulness and living in the moment with an appreciation for the present that might have seemed impossible even just a year ago.

Tue 6/8
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! Just $10 per person. 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 6/8
8:30 PM
Doors: 7:30 PM
Rock-a-billy
$7 cover
Two Ton Tuesdays - 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 their wildly popular Two Ton Tuesday summer series. If you haven’t felt the energy of Two Tons live, grab your dancing partner and get ready for a rockin’ night! The band takes the stage at 8:30pm.

Thu 6/10
8 PM
(Corey Kent opens)
Tickets: $42.50 | Doors: 7 PM
Country
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Randy Rogers Acoustic (Corey Kent opens)
Tickets: $42.50 | Doors: 7 PM

Full capacity. Tickets on sale Friday, May 7th at 10am.

In a business where bands come and go and membership is often a revolving door, the Randy Rogers Band — dubbed “a perpetual live favorite” by Rolling Stone — has been making music and touring together for nearly 20 years. The culmination of the six-member band’s musical journey thus far can be heard on its latest album, Hellbent (4.26.19). The 11 tracks were produced by Dave Cobb (Chris Stapleton, Brandi Carlile, Jason Isbell, Kacey Musgraves) and recorded at the legendary RCA Studio A in Nashville, Tennessee. Randy and the band have become skilled at capturing a unique live energy and passion on their albums and Hellbent is the perfect example. With lifetime streams nearing 300 million, this “endearing and enduring country treasure” (MusicRow Magazine) continues to forge ahead — “the guarantee of good music and a good time is what keeps fans coming back” (New York Times). So, what keeps a band together for nearly two decades? Randy cites the blend of the members’ distinctive personalities, represented in a dynamic musical chemistry that has taken the Randy Rogers Band beyond the competitive music scene in their native Texas, to a national fan base with sold-out shows across the country. His artistry also includes work with Jerry Jeff Walker, Alison Krauss, Radney Foster, Willie Nelson and the mystery duo called The Stryker Brothers, which was revealed to be Randy and mentor, Robert Earl Keen. Randy and long-time friend Wade Bowen — who have toured together extensively — are embarking on their second Hold My Beer And Watch This album, which fans of the “duo” have been eagerly awaiting.

Fri 6/11
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 23rd year, Friday Afternoon Club is where hipsters and oldsters, locals and drifters mix it up to start the weekend off right! This quintessential Friday happy hour celebrates the warmer weather with special beer prices, free giveaways and the best in Texas tunes. Broadcasting 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 include Ray Benson, Steve Earle, Delbert McClinton, Radney Foster, Hayes Carll and Ray Wylie Hubbard. How do you join the Club? Ramble in, just as you are!

Fri 6/11
8 PM
(The Mastersons opens)
Tickets: $22 | Doors: 7 PM
Americana
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Reckless Kelly - Gruene Hall (The Mastersons opens)
Tickets: $22 | Doors: 7 PM

Full capacity. Tickets on sale Friday, May 7th at 10am.

Understanding the virtuosity of Reckless Kelly requires the perspective of where the band has been. Cody and Willy Braun grew up in the White Cloud Mountains of Idaho. They moved to Bend, Oregon, and then migrated to that great musical fountainhead, Austin, Texas. The band’s co-founders and frontmen toured the country as part of their father’s band, Muzzie Braun and the Boys, as children. The band took its name from the legend of Ned Kelly, the Australian highwayman, and the three moved to Austin in the autumn of 1996, where they carved a niche of their own. Willy Braun wrote half the songs of Millican, 1998’s self-released debut, in an abandoned school bus, where he had lived for six months in Bend. The effect of that album was to emblazon Reckless Kelly with a reputation as a band of no-nonsense insurgents that could raise the rafters while still retaining a heart and soul of honesty, soul and conviction. Reckless Kelly’s string of critically acclaimed albums – Under the Table and Above the Sun (2003), Wicked Twisted Road (2005), Bulletproof (2008), Somewhere in Time (2010), Grammy-nominated Good Luck & True Love (2011) and Grammy-winning Long Night Moon (2013) – set a standard of reliable excellence and commitment to an instinctive vision of Americana. No band exemplifies the broad genre better. The group’s latest album, Sunset Motel, is, like all its predecessors, distinctive in its own way while true to form. Self-produced and recorded in Austin’s renowned Arlyn Studios (where Millican was made two decades ago) and mixed by Jim Scott (Rolling Stones, Dixie Chicks, Tom Petty, Sting, Roger Daltrey, et al.), it reflects Reckless Kelly’s attention to craft and continuity. Twenty years since its founding, Reckless Kelly continues to fight for wider recognition, secure in the knowledge that fans, critics and contemporaries will continue to sing its praises.

Sat 6/12
1-5 PM
Blues
free show

Sat 6/12
9 PM
(Sun Valley Station opens)
Tickets: $22 | Doors: 8 PM
Americana
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Reckless Kelly - Gruene Hall (Sun Valley Station opens)
Tickets: $22 | Doors: 8 PM

Full capacity. Tickets on sale Friday, May 7th at 10am.

Understanding the virtuosity of Reckless Kelly requires the perspective of where the band has been. Cody and Willy Braun grew up in the White Cloud Mountains of Idaho. They moved to Bend, Oregon, and then migrated to that great musical fountainhead, Austin, Texas. The band’s co-founders and frontmen toured the country as part of their father’s band, Muzzie Braun and the Boys, as children. The band took its name from the legend of Ned Kelly, the Australian highwayman, and the three moved to Austin in the autumn of 1996, where they carved a niche of their own. Willy Braun wrote half the songs of Millican, 1998’s self-released debut, in an abandoned school bus, where he had lived for six months in Bend. The effect of that album was to emblazon Reckless Kelly with a reputation as a band of no-nonsense insurgents that could raise the rafters while still retaining a heart and soul of honesty, soul and conviction. Reckless Kelly’s string of critically acclaimed albums – Under the Table and Above the Sun (2003), Wicked Twisted Road (2005), Bulletproof (2008), Somewhere in Time (2010), Grammy-nominated Good Luck & True Love (2011) and Grammy-winning Long Night Moon (2013) – set a standard of reliable excellence and commitment to an instinctive vision of Americana. No band exemplifies the broad genre better. The group’s latest album, Sunset Motel, is, like all its predecessors, distinctive in its own way while true to form. Self-produced and recorded in Austin’s renowned Arlyn Studios (where Millican was made two decades ago) and mixed by Jim Scott (Rolling Stones, Dixie Chicks, Tom Petty, Sting, Roger Daltrey, et al.), it reflects Reckless Kelly’s attention to craft and continuity. Twenty years since its founding, Reckless Kelly continues to fight for wider recognition, secure in the knowledge that fans, critics and contemporaries will continue to sing its praises.

Sun 6/13
12:30-4:30 PM
Country
free show

Sun 6/13
5:30-9 PM
Rock-a-billy
free show

Tue 6/15
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! Just $10 per person. 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 6/15
8:30 PM
Doors: 7:30 PM
Rock-a-billy
$7 cover
Two Ton Tuesdays - 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 their wildly popular Two Ton Tuesday summer series. If you haven’t felt the energy of Two Tons live, grab your dancing partner and get ready for a rockin’ night! The band takes the stage at 8:30pm.

Wed 6/16
6-10 PM
Rock-a-billy
free show

Fri 6/18
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 23rd year, Friday Afternoon Club is where hipsters and oldsters, locals and drifters mix it up to start the weekend off right! This quintessential Friday happy hour celebrates the warmer weather with special beer prices, free giveaways and the best in Texas tunes. Broadcasting 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 include Ray Benson, Steve Earle, Delbert McClinton, Radney Foster, Hayes Carll and Ray Wylie Hubbard. How do you join the Club? Ramble in, just as you are!

Sat 6/19
1-5 PM
Blues
free show

Sun 6/20
12:30-4 PM
Roots / Folk
free show

Sun 6/20
5-9 PM
Folk / Rock
free show

Tue 6/22
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! Just $10 per person. 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 6/22
8:30 PM
Doors: 7:30 PM
Rock-a-billy
$7 cover
Two Ton Tuesdays - 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 their wildly popular Two Ton Tuesday summer series. If you haven’t felt the energy of Two Tons live, grab your dancing partner and get ready for a rockin’ night! The band takes the stage at 8:30pm.

Wed 6/23
12-2 PM
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Frank Schlather

Also known as Frank’s Tranquilizer Hour, this event commemorates the legendary former “Mayor” of Gruene with special offers at Gruene Hall, including 50¢ beers from noon to 2 pm. Wear an original Frank Schlather T-shirt and get 50¢ beers until 4pm. Click here for more information.

Fri 6/25
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 23rd year, Friday Afternoon Club is where hipsters and oldsters, locals and drifters mix it up to start the weekend off right! This quintessential Friday happy hour celebrates the warmer weather with special beer prices, free giveaways and the best in Texas tunes. Broadcasting 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 include Ray Benson, Steve Earle, Delbert McClinton, Radney Foster, Hayes Carll and Ray Wylie Hubbard. How do you join the Club? Ramble in, just as you are!

Fri 6/25
8 pm
(Opening band: TBA)
Tickets: $25 | Doors: 7 pm
Rock / Country
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The Cadillac Three - Gruene Hall (Opening band: TBA)
Tickets: $25 | Doors: 7 pm

Full capacity. Tickets on sale Friday, May 7th at 10am.

When it comes to straddling the line between rowdy country music and rebellious hard rock, no one does it better than The Cadillac Three. On the Nashville trio’s long-awaited fourth album, they push their country, hard rock and southern rock bona fides to the limit while also introducing elements of funk and soul. The result is a dirty, greasy and hard-hitting sound that can only belong to The Cadillac Three — one they’ve christened COUNTRY FUZZ. But COUNTRY FUZZ isn’t just the name of the group’s new album. It’s also their aesthetic, the phrase that best sums up both the music and lifestyle of singer-guitarist Jaren Johnston, drummer Neil Mason and lap-steel alchemist Kelby Ray, three guys who have become closer than brothers while growing up and playing in bands together in America’s most buzzed-about music city. The 16 tracks on the record touch on all eras of the band’s history, from the swampy stomp of their 2012 self-titled debut and the power chords of 2016’s BURY ME IN MY BOOTS to the polish of 2017’s LEGACY. The trio wrote much of COUNTRY FUZZ, which they also produced, with their live show in mind. While the band still sing about cold beer, hell-raising and Saturday nights, the idea of maturity underscores all of COUNTRY FUZZ. The Cadillac Three have never been as cohesive a unit as they are here, with all three musicians seemingly sharing the same musically tattooed brain. Without a doubt, The Cadillac Three know exactly who they are — and they say the same is true of their fans. It’s all one big community that’s summed up by Country Fuzz. The trio is even launching a clothing line under the Country Fuzz name. And COUNTRY FUZZ provides the soundtrack for that ride.

Sat 6/26
1-5 PM
Country
free show

Sun 6/27
5:30-9 PM
R&B
free show

Tue 6/29
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! Just $10 per person. 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 6/29
8:30 PM
Doors: 7:30 PM
Rock-a-billy
$7 cover
Two Ton Tuesdays - 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 their wildly popular Two Ton Tuesday summer series. If you haven’t felt the energy of Two Tons live, grab your dancing partner and get ready for a rockin’ night! The band takes the stage at 8:30pm.

Wed 6/30
6-10 PM
Rock-a-billy
free show