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LIVE MUSIC EVERY DAY! Call 830-629-5077 to confirm ticket prices and information.
Mon 5/17
6-9 PM
Retro-Revivalist / Piano Rock
free show

Tue 5/18
6-9 PM
Song Swap
free show

Wed 5/19
6-9 PM
Blues
free show

Thu 5/20
6-9 PM
Rock-a-billy
free show

Fri 5/21
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 5/21
6:30-10 PM
R&B
free show

Sat 5/22
12-4 PM
Texas / Red Dirt
free show

Sat 5/22
8 PM
(Harper O'Neill opens)
DOORS: 7 PM
Country / Americana
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Kelly Willis & Bruce Robison - Gruene Hall (Harper O'Neill opens)
DOORS: 7 PM

This event is ages 18+ only.

In regard to the Lone Star State’s finest tunesmiths, Bruce Robison lands at the top of the heap. His songwriting turned the heads of some of the industry’s biggest artists and took them to the top of the charts (Dixie Chicks’ No. 1 version of “Travelin’ Soldier,” George Strait’s recording of “Wrapped” and the beautiful Tim McGraw/Faith Hill rendition of “Angry All The Time,” to name a few). While those achievements might be considered the pinnacle of a songwriting career to some, Robison has never been one to rest on his laurels. He is always creating. In 2016, Bruce turned his focus toward his other passion project, The Next Waltz, a “virtual social house” of music, videos and interviews spotlighting the artists and songs that make up the pedigree of this generation’s cream of the crop. Kelly Willis is Back Being Blue, to take a color-coded cue from the title of her seventh album. It’s a shade she wears well, though long-patient fans might just say: You had us at back. They’ll take a new Willis record in whatever hue it comes, now that it’s been 11 years since her last solo release, 2007’s Translated from Love. The Austin-based singer/ songwriter has hardly been MIA in the intervening years, having recorded and toured as part of a duo with husband, Bruce Robison. While both Bruce and Kelly have pursued separate careers, they have collaborated on many projects as well. Together, they have released three duo albums, hold an annual Christmas tour, Robison produced Willis’ latest album, Back Being Blue, and most recently, the release of their fourth duo album, Beautiful Lie. They currently reside in Austin, TX where they raise their four children and Robison runs his latest endeavor, The Next Waltz.

Sun 5/23
12-4 PM
Americana / Folk
free show

Sun 5/23
5-9 PM
Blues
free show

Mon 5/24
6-9 PM
Americana
free show

Tue 5/25
6-9 PM
Texas Roots
free show

Wed 5/26
6-9 PM
Rock-a-billy
free show

Fri 5/28
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 5/28
8 PM
Doors: 7pm
Americana/Country
sold
Doors: 7pm

This show was originally scheduled for 2/20.
This event is age 18+ only.

Jamie Lin Wilson lives and works in that sweet spot where folk and country meet––Guy Clark territory. It’s her comfort in and commitment to two distinct worlds––that of the dream-chasing artists and the dirt-under-their-nails realists––that makes Jamie and her songs not just inviting, but cathartically important. Jamie’s anticipated new record Jumping Over Rocks marks her second full-length solo album, but she’s not the new kid. She cut her teeth fronting and co-fronting beloved bands including the Gougers and the Trishas, winning over listeners and peers across the country. Now, her place as an acclaimed singer-songwriter on her own seems fated, imbued with a singular blend of freshness and road-earned wisdom.

Courtney Patton is a storyteller. She’s also a mother, a wife, a producer, a singer, a songwriter, a tour-van driver and a musician. Following her previous solo albums, Triggering a Flood (2013) and So This Is Life (2015), and her acoustic collaborative project with her husband and fellow Texas troubadour Jason Eady, Something Together, (2017), Patton has drawn on true life day-to-day autobiographical life experiences and released her third album, What It’s Like To Fly Alone, in 2018. It debuted as high at #4 on the i-Tunes country chart and made a mark across four different Billboard album charts (including a Top 20 mark on their Americana Albums Sales chart) all the more remarkable.

Kaitlin Butts is a thunderstorm. A tornado warning. Behind her flowing locks of auburn hair, Oklahoma twang, and wry grin, grows a demanding voice and equally devastating storyteller. This high-rising Oklahoma native is steadily blooming into a quick-witted writer who has the ability to pick the right details to make a song and story believable and real. She shifts between infectious Cosmic Cowgirl flare with lush desert-swept pastels, desired & heartfelt tearjerkers, and hard-bitten & calloused murder ballads. Through them all, she’s exhibits a knack for character and a nose for narrative. They come in like a summer shower patting down the dust. Other times, Butts is torrential downpour wreaking havoc.

Sat 5/29
6 PM
Doors: 5 PM
Western Swing
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Asleep at the Wheel- Gruene Hall Doors: 5 PM

This event for age 18+ only.
Still “Comin’ Right At Ya!” – Celebrating 50 Years of Asleep at the Wheel. The number of individual artists and bands who have sustained a thriving career for a half century is infinitesimally small. Against all odds, Asleep At the Wheel is one of these. The stars aligned in 1970 when three friends Ray Benson, Lucky Oceans and Leroy Preston moved to Paw Paw, West Virginia (it’s not a made-up place, you can look it up). It was there that their dream of forming a band began after a mutual friend gave them access to his uncle’s cabin on an apple orchard just outside of town. The three friends began to – quite literally — woodshed and found others who would join them in their mission to play old style Roots/Americana music. This was long before the genre/movement even had a name. After a trip to the outhouse, Lucky lived up to his name and suggested the band be called Asleep at the Wheel and so it was to be for the next 50 years. Since inception, Asleep at the Wheel has been received 10 GRAMMY® Awards, was cited by the Country Music Association as 1976 Touring Band of the Year and were given a Lifetime Achievement Award by the Americana Music Association in 2009. They have released 31 albums, charted more than 20 singles on the country charts. Billboard commented on the band’s catalog most succinctly: “Everything this act has ever released is simply spectacular. Most recently, Asleep at the Wheel has been invigorated by a fresh new lineup and the release of New Routes, their latest album that is a bracing blend of original songs and vibrant cover material along with some unanticipated new musical tangents. Asleep At the Wheel have demonstrated convincingly, that they are more relevant, enjoyable and musically nimble than at any time in its 50-year history. The 6’7” Ray Benson has been the one constant in Asleep At the Wheel since 1970. He notes, “I’ve been told that I’m relentless, so I guess I am…. I’m just doing what I believe I’m meant to do — I’m singing and playing and writing better than I ever have. My role and concept of leading a band has never changed, It’s gathering the best musicians I can find or convince to play to the best of their ability, and I just try and make the best decisions possible and kick some ass every night onstage. I’ve made it this far and don’t feel like I or the band will be slowing down anytime soon.”

Sat 5/29
9 PM
Doors: 8 PM
Western Swing
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Asleep at the Wheel- Gruene Hall Doors: 8 PM

This event for age 18+ only.
Still “Comin’ Right At Ya!” – Celebrating 50 Years of Asleep at the Wheel. The number of individual artists and bands who have sustained a thriving career for a half century is infinitesimally small. Against all odds, Asleep At the Wheel is one of these. The stars aligned in 1970 when three friends Ray Benson, Lucky Oceans and Leroy Preston moved to Paw Paw, West Virginia (it’s not a made-up place, you can look it up). It was there that their dream of forming a band began after a mutual friend gave them access to his uncle’s cabin on an apple orchard just outside of town. The three friends began to —quite literally— woodshed and found others who would join them in their mission to play old style Roots/Americana music. This was long before the genre/movement even had a name. After a trip to the outhouse, Lucky lived up to his name and suggested the band be called Asleep at the Wheel and so it was to be for the next 50 years. Since inception, Asleep at the Wheel has been received 10 GRAMMY® Awards, was cited by the Country Music Association as 1976 Touring Band of the Year and were given a Lifetime Achievement Award by the Americana Music Association in 2009. They have released 31 albums, charted more than 20 singles on the country charts. Billboard commented on the band’s catalog most succinctly: “Everything this act has ever released is simply spectacular. Most recently, Asleep at the Wheel has been invigorated by a fresh new lineup and the release of New Routes, their latest album that is a bracing blend of original songs and vibrant cover material along with some unanticipated new musical tangents. Asleep At the Wheel have demonstrated convincingly, that they are more relevant, enjoyable and musically nimble than at any time in its 50-year history. The 6’7” Ray Benson has been the one constant in Asleep At the Wheel since 1970. He notes, “I’ve been told that I’m relentless, so I guess I am…. I’m just doing what I believe I’m meant to do — I’m singing and playing and writing better than I ever have. My role and concept of leading a band has never changed, It’s gathering the best musicians I can find or convince to play to the best of their ability, and I just try and make the best decisions possible and kick some ass every night onstage. I’ve made it this far and don’t feel like I or the band will be slowing down anytime soon.”

Sun 5/30
12-3:30 PM
Country
free show

Sun 5/30
8 PM
(Pat Byrne opens)
Doors: 7 PM
Alt-Country
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Shinyribs - Gruene Hall (Pat Byrne opens)
Doors: 7 PM

This event is for ages 18+ only.
Once you’ve seen Shinyribs’ Kevin Russell on-stage and heard his band’s music, it’s impossible to forget. Known for his outrageous outfits and antics, he’s a regular fashion icon, liable to turn up in anything from his lime-green sherbet leisure suit to a flashing LED cloak, which he recently donned for a soulful performance of “East Texas Rust” on the award-winning PBS show Austin City Limits. Born and raised in Beaumont, East Texas, Russell’s been variously dubbed (mostly by himself), the Baryshnikov of the Big Thicket, the Pavarotti of the Pineywoods, the Shakespeare of Swamp Pop, or the Shiniest Man in Showbidniz. One of the pioneers of Americana as a member of The Gourds, Russell took his musical inspiration from the fertile Ark-La-Tex turf. In the immortal words of the title track to their most recent album, “I Got Your Medicine,” Shinyribs have the cure to whatever ails you, moving that ass until you’re a helpless member of the Kevin Russell-led “all-in” conga line which snakes through the audience at the close of every show. As Austin royalty, Shinyribs are one of the music world’s best-kept secrets, but not for long. The eight-piece outfit was recently named Best Austin Band for 2017, while I Got Your Medicine was tapped as Album of the Year at the Chronicle’s prestigious Music Awards. Kevin Russell might not take himself too seriously, but he is dead-on serious about the eclectic blend of music he favors, combining Texas blues, New Orleans R&B funk, horn-driven Memphis soul, country twang, border music, big band swing, roots-rock, Tin Pan Alley and even punk into a raucous mix that includes out-of-the-blue cover nods.

Mon 5/31
12:30-4:30 PM
Americana
free show

Mon 5/31
6-9 PM
Retro-Revivalist / Piano Rock
free show

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. Mask optional.

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
sold
Paul Cauthen - Gruene Hall (Opening band TBA)
Tickets: $30 | Doors: 8 PM

Full capacity. Mask optional.

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. Mask optional.

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. Mask optional.

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. Mask optional.

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

Thu 6/17
8 PM
(Opening band TBA)
Tickets: $45 | Doors: 7 PM
Southern Rock
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The Marshall Tucker Band - Gruene Hall (Opening band TBA)
Tickets: $45 | Doors: 7 PM

Full capacity. Mask optional.

In the early fall of 1973, The Marshall Tucker Band was still a young and hungry group out to prove themselves every time they hit the stage. Still led today by founding member and lead singer Doug Gray, they represent a time and place in music that will never be duplicated. Current members include the highly respected drummer B.B. Borden, a former member of both Mother’s Finest and The Outlaws, multi-instrumentalist Marcus Henderson of Macon, Georgia, plays flute, saxophone and keyboards in addition to lead and background vocals, Pat Elwood on bass guitar, and Rick Willis on lead guitar and vocals, both of Spartanburg SC, are disciples of the Caldwell Brothers. Acclaimed lead guitarist and vocalist Chris Hicks recently rejoined the band after a two-year absence. In years to come, The Marshall Tucker Band would wow critics and influence major country acts like Alabama, The Kentucky Headhunters, Confederate Railroad, and Travis Tritt with its definitive blend of rock, rhythm & blues, jazz, country, and gospel. With hit singles like “Heard It In a Love Song,” “Fire On The Mountain,” “Can’t You See,” and “Take The Highway,” The Marshall Tucker Band earned seven gold and three platinum albums while they were on the Capricorn Records label. During the 90’s, the MTB scored four hit singles on Billboard’s country chart and one on Billboard’s gospel chart. More than 40 years after forming, The Marshall Tucker Band continues to tour, performing more than 130 live dates each year. CMT named the MTB’s “Can’t You See” the #4 Greatest Southern Rock Song. The MTB’s debut album, The Marshall Tucker Band, reigns as Gibson Guitar’s #5 Greatest Southern Rock Album.

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!

Fri 6/18
8 PM
(Opening band TBA)
Tickets: $10 | Doors: 7 PM
Rock / Blues
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Quaker City Night Hawks - Gruene Hall (Opening band TBA)
Tickets: $10 | Doors: 7 PM

Full capacity. Mask optional.

The last time we heard from the Quaker City Night Hawks, they were traveling the country in support of their Lightning Rod Records debut, El Astronauta, an album that mixed the greasy strut of 1970s rock with doses of down-and-dirty Texas blues, science fiction, and Bible Belt boogie. The guys were Texans by birth, but their music whipped up its own geography. With its spacey, southern stomp, El Astronauta could’ve been the soundtrack for a road trip across the American desert…or even the house music for a weekend night at the Mos Eisley Cantina. Noisey said “this ragtag bunch of boundary-pushers is likely to appeal to fans of Fu Manchu and Tom Waits in equal measure,” and Rolling Stone proclaimed Quaker City Night Hawks songs “fly in the face of mainstream rules.” Arriving two years later, 2018’s QCNH ramps up that diversity with 10 new songs rooted in vintage R&B grooves, Stax-worthy funk, and guitar-fueled psychedelia. Recorded at Niles City Sound (where Leon Bridges tracked his Grammy-nominated debut, Coming Home, several years earlier) in the band’s hometown of Ft. Worth, the album weaves a handful of signature riffs and melodies throughout multiple songs, filling the tracklist with a common strand of musical DNA. QCNH focuses on the band’s creative core, with Anderson, Matsler and Haynes producing their strongest work to date. It’s an album that rocks as hard as it rolls. An album that nods to the band’s past while pushing off toward a new future. An album that reintroduces Quaker City Night Hawks as a 21st century band in-spired by — but not defined by — the best parts of previous decades.

Sat 6/19
6 PM
Tickets: $37.50 | Doors: 5 PM
Country
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Pat Green - Gruene Hall Tickets: $37.50 | Doors: 5 PM

Full capacity. Mask optional.

One of the most influential modern stars in Texas’ long country-music tradition, Pat Green has left a mark on the lives of countless fans and generations of artists, helping to solidify a cultural movement bringing artists from the Lonestar state to the national stage along the way. The problem is, he’s always been too modest to admit it. Now with the release of Dancehall Dreamin’: A Tribute to Pat Green, the legendary troubadour has no choice in the matter. He’s being saluted by those who know him best – artists like Jack Ingram, Randy Rogers Band and more – with a surprise album meant to highlight some of the icon’s best-loved songs. Since 1995, Green has released 13 albums (12 recorded in studio and one live), and sold more than two million records, racking up a staggering 12 Number Ones on the Texas Radio chart (including his most-recent single, “Drinkin’ Days”). Green has also released ten Billboard radio hits and has placed songs like “Wave on Wave” in the Top Five of Billboard’s Country Airplay chart. He’s been nominated for three Grammy awards and is still regarded as one of the most electrifying entertainers on tour, covering millions of miles and filling venues like the historic Gruene Hall and the massive Houston Astrodome with equal ease. Even mainstream stars like Willie Nelson, Kenny Chesney, Keith Urban and Dave Matthews have taken Green out on the road, recognizing the mass appeal of his everyday anthems, dedicated to the simple joys and inevitable heartbreaks of the American experience. In short, Green has been instrumental in putting Texas country on the map, paving the way for scores of other artists who share his passion for authenticity.

Sat 6/19
10 PM
Tickets: $37.50 | Doors: 9 PM
Country
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Pat Green - Gruene Hall Tickets: $37.50 | Doors: 9 PM

Full capacity. Mask optional.

One of the most influential modern stars in Texas’ long country-music tradition, Pat Green has left a mark on the lives of countless fans and generations of artists, helping to solidify a cultural movement bringing artists from the Lonestar state to the national stage along the way. The problem is, he’s always been too modest to admit it. Now with the release of Dancehall Dreamin’: A Tribute to Pat Green, the legendary troubadour has no choice in the matter. He’s being saluted by those who know him best – artists like Jack Ingram, Randy Rogers Band and more – with a surprise album meant to highlight some of the icon’s best-loved songs. Since 1995, Green has released 13 albums (12 recorded in studio and one live), and sold more than two million records, racking up a staggering 12 Number Ones on the Texas Radio chart (including his most-recent single, “Drinkin’ Days”). Green has also released ten Billboard radio hits and has placed songs like “Wave on Wave” in the Top Five of Billboard’s Country Airplay chart. He’s been nominated for three Grammy awards and is still regarded as one of the most electrifying entertainers on tour, covering millions of miles and filling venues like the historic Gruene Hall and the massive Houston Astrodome with equal ease. Even mainstream stars like Willie Nelson, Kenny Chesney, Keith Urban and Dave Matthews have taken Green out on the road, recognizing the mass appeal of his everyday anthems, dedicated to the simple joys and inevitable heartbreaks of the American experience. In short, Green has been instrumental in putting Texas country on the map, paving the way for scores of other artists who share his passion for authenticity.

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. Mask optional.

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

Sat 6/26
9 PM
(Opening band TBA)
Tickets: $20 | Doors: 8 PM
Country
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Kyle Nix - Gruene Hall (Opening band TBA)
Tickets: $20 | Doors: 8 PM

Full capacity. Mask optional.

After years of playing fiddle with the Oklahoma-based country outfit the Turnpike Troubadours, Kyle Nix has emerged with a new role on his debut solo album, Lightning on the Mountain & Other Short Stories. You will hear most of the Troubadours roaring as his backing band on the record but this isn’t an uninspired spin-off or half-baked reboot of a good thing. Lightning on the Mountain has an identity entirely it’s own- a western-inspired collection of literary songs, which tell stories from Nix’s own history as well as of the many unique characters he “may or may not have encountered” throughout his years on the road. Originally from Perry, Oklahoma, Kyle Nix grew up literally surrounded by musical instruments. His grandfather was a carpenter and part-time fiddle maker. Nix’s involvement with the Turnpike Troubadours was an entirely organic process. The band had just formed when he happened to run across Evan Felker and RC Edwards at a co-billed show. Not long after that, Kyle, Evan and singer-songwriter Clint Osmus moved into a house a stone’s throw away from Oklahoma State University campus in Stillwater, Oklahoma. They played music as often as they could, usually only pausing to go to work. Eventually, Nix quit the band he was a part of and joined up with the Troubadours. It was during this time that he fell in love with songwriting and was inspired to write more of his own tunes. Nix’s gritty, down-home vocals take a fearless lead role, energetically and tastefully supported by his bandmates Ryan Engleman, Gabe Pearson, RC Edwards & Hank Early. The album was recorded and co-produced by Wes Sharon (John Fulbright, Parker Millsap, Turnpike Troubadours) in Norman, Oklahoma, and also features special guest musicians Ian Moore, Byron Berline, Kevin Foster (Jason Eady, Sunny Sweeny), Dan Walker (Ann Wilson, Heart) & many more. Although Nix’s gritty, driving fiddle playing is not to be missed, he has shown a whole new side of his musicianship with Lightning on the Mountain & other Short Stories. Now that Nix has shown all his cards, it may be hard for him to return to his role as exclusively a fiddle player, and there is no doubt that this album is merely the tip of the iceberg with regard to his writing and singing chops.

Sun 6/27
12:30-4:30 PM
Roots Rock / Blues
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

Thu 7/1
8 PM
(Opening band TBA)
Tickets: $49.50 | Doors: 7 PM
Americana
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(Opening band TBA)
Tickets: $49.50 | Doors: 7 PM

Full capacity. Mask optional.

*This is a limited seating concert with chairs set up on the dance floor. No reservations. All seating will be first come, first serve.*

When asked about what drove him to craft his deeply evocative new album, Ghosts of West Virginia, Steve Earle says that he was interested in exploring a new approach to his songwriting. Ghosts of West Virginia centers on the Upper Big Branch coal mine explosion that killed twenty-nine men in that state in 2010, making it one of the worst mining disasters in American history. Working closely with Oskar Eustis, the Public’s Artistic Director, they workshopped the songs and text for nearly four years. The Dukes, too, suffered a major loss when bassist Kelley Looney, who had played with Earle for thirty years, passed away. Beyond the death of a longstanding partner in crime, Earle was faced with the prospect of finding someone who could share the telepathic musical communication so characteristic of the Dukes. Happily, Jeff Hill, who had previously worked with Earle and had most recently been part of the Chris Robinson Brotherhood, perfectly fit the bill. Hill joined Whitmore, guitarist Chris Masterson, Ricky Jay Jackson on pedal steel, drummer Brad Pemberton and, of course, Earle on guitar and banjo. Steve Earle is one of the most acclaimed singer-songwriters of his generation, a worthy heir to Townes Van Zandt and Guy Clark, his two supreme musical mentors. Over the course of twenty studio albums, Earle has distinguished himself as a master storyteller, and his songs have been recorded by a vast array of artists, including Johnny Cash, Waylon Jennings, Joan Baez, Emmylou Harris, the Pretenders, and more. Earle’s 1986 debut album, Guitar Town, is now regarded as a classic of the Americana genre, and subsequent releases like The Revolution Starts…Now (2004), Washington Square Serenade (2007), and TOWNES (2009) all received Grammy Awards.

Fri 7/2
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 7/2
8 PM
(Morgan Wade opens)
TICKETS: $20 | DOORS: 7 PM
Alt-Country
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(Morgan Wade opens)
TICKETS: $20 | DOORS: 7 PM

Full capacity. Mask optional.

On American Aquarium’s new album Lamentations, Barham shines light on dark American corners with heartbreaking conversations, long looks in the mirror, and empathetic questions, all through songwriting that is clear without sacrificing its poetry, and direct without losing its humanity. The band’s 2018 release Things Change strode confidently into that distinct territory where rock-and-roll and politics meet, prompting Rolling Stone to announce Barham “earns every bit of his Southern Springsteen cred.” In 2019, the American Aquarium lineup also shifted again: Shane Boeker remains on guitar, and bassist Alden Hedges, keys player Rhett Huffman, pedal steel ace Neil Jones, and drummer Ryan Van Fleet joined the group. Ultimately, Lamentations is a thrilling portrait of an artist and his band reaching new levels of skill, consciousness, and potential after 20 years in the trenches. Unruly and sincere, Barham emerges as an important American voice––and an unlikely peacemaker.

Sat 7/3
9 PM
(Opening band TBA)
Tickets: $15 | Doors: 8pm
Americana
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Blue Water Highway- Gruene Hall (Opening band TBA)
Tickets: $15 | Doors: 8pm

Full capacity. Mask optional.

Blue Water Highway comes from the working class, coastal town background that has informed the work of so many classic American musicians. They take their name from the roadway that links their hometown of Lake Jackson, Texas to Galveston, where the cops, the teachers, and the chemical plant workers travel to work hard and to play hard, blowing off steam, dancing to their favorite bands. Blue Water Highway’s music is the soundtrack for their lives. Their upcoming album, Paper Airplanes, will be released on the day of the show Friday, March 12th. Beautiful melodies and arrangements support lyrical themes of childhood wonder and re-enchantment on recent singles “All Will Be Well,” and “Dog Days.”

Tue 7/6
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 7/6
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.

Fri 7/9
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!

Tue 7/13
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 7/13
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 7/14
6-10 PM
Rock-a-billy
free show

Fri 7/16
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!

Tue 7/20
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 7/20
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.

Fri 7/23
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 7/24
1-5 PM
Blues
free show

Sun 7/25
5-9 PM
Roots Rock / Blues
free show

Tue 7/27
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 7/27
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 7/28
6-10 PM
Rock-a-billy
free show

Fri 7/30
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 7/31
1-5 PM
Country
free show

Tue 8/3
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 8/3
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.

Fri 8/6
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 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!

Tue 8/10
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! 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 8/10
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 8/11
6-10 PM
Rock-a-billy
free show

Fri 8/13
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 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!

Tue 8/17
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! 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 8/17
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.

Fri 8/20
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 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!

Wed 8/25
6-10 PM
Rock-a-billy
free show

Fri 8/27
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 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 8/28
1-5 PM
Country
free show

Fri 9/3
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 9/10
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 9/17
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 9/24
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 9/25
1-5 PM
Country
free show

Fri 10/1
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 10/8
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 10/15
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 10/22
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 10/29
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 10/30
1-5 PM
Country
free show

Sat 11/27
1-5 PM
Country
free show