APRIL
Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday

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Shibboleth

 

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Miss Marcy

 

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"Brainliss Sundays"
with The Cutlers

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The Warden

 

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Susan Herndon
Bronwen Roberts

 

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"Brainliss Sundays"
with The Cutlers

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Noah Jackson

 

15

Homer Henderson

 

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Mitchell Rhodes
Bob Barraza

 

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"Brainliss Sundays"
with The Cutlers

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Sean Foster

 

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Spyche & The All Stars
Trotline

 

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"Brainliss Sundays"
with The Cutlers

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City Lights Singers

 

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Doug Bryan

 

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"Brainliss Sundays"
with The Cutlers

MAY
Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday

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Bronwen Roberts
Benjamin Lane Croucher

 

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Matthew J & His Wheels

 

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8

"Brainliss Sundays"
with The Cutlers

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12

Amy LaVere/Will Sexton

 

13

Boys Named Sue

 

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"Brainliss Sundays"
with The Cutlers

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Open Classical

 

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Tacky Flamingos

 

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New Bohemians

 

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"Brainliss Sundays"
with The Cutlers

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"Brainliss Sundays"
with The Cutlers



BY POPULAR DEMAND !!! AllGood Cafe announces EXTENDED SUNDAY HOURS !!!
Brunch/Breakfast now being served until 3pm on Sundays !!!
Full Lunch/Dinner Menu available until 7pm

TICKETS TO MAJOR SHOWS ARE NOW AVAILABLE THRU Prekindle
Tickets are also available at GOOD RECORDS, and Bill's Records & Tapes .

chilis Friday, April 1 at 8PM chilis

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SHIBBOLETH

For just a moment, you are stranded in an elevator with the least-popular members of T-Rex, The Carpenters and The Kinks, along with George Jones’ hairpiece. The elevator shudders somewhere between the mezzanine and rooftop grotto, and suddenly you are rocketed skyward by the excruciatingly serene tones of Shibboleth. Forty-five minutes later the bell dings and you’re on your way back to the lobby.

8PM ~ "pay-what-u-can"

chilis Saturday, April 2 at 8PM chilis

Miss Marcy is a blues shouting powerhouse. -DallasObserver.com

MISS MARCY & her TEXAS SUGERDADDY'S

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In a musical genre dominated too often by men, Miss Marcy is at the forefront of the Dallas blues scene, wowing blues aficionados with a voice that sounds one part angelic/two parts devilish, which nearly caused this listener's heart to stop as I fell into her words. Graduating from the University of North Texas in 2001, Miss Marcy has spent the last decade playing club gigs, festivals and private parties across the Dallas/Fort Worth area. In 2010, she released her first album Miss Marcy and the Texas SugarDaddy's. Harnessing blues divas like Bessie Smith, Ma Rainey and Big Mama Thorton, Miss Marcy is living proof that the blues are timeless. -DallasObserver.com

She ain't no schooled musician with a fancy degree. Miss Marcy is a Bar Singer. She graduated from University of North Texas with a degree in English Literature and since then has been hanging out in bars and playing music with Dallas’ finest musicians. Miss Marcy has been working the Dallas/ Ft. Worth entertainment circuit regularly for several years now. Her musical passion resides with Blues and traditional Jazz. Miss Marcy’s musical style is derived from the Divas from the first part of the 20th century including Bessie Smith, Ma Rainey, Big Mama Thorton , and the like. In her live show, she rarely does popular standards and instead selects songs that were considered by 20’s and 30’s audiences to be too suggestive for radio or too racial. She has always enjoyed the music of that era and tries to re-create the sound as it would have been.

8PM ― NO COVER!
Instead, buy a cd ($10) or VINYL ($20) and listen to our music.

chilis Friday, April 8 at 8PM chilis

from Boys Named Sue!

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The WARDEN

For an entertaining glimpse into the musical world of East Dallas Texan: Ward Richmond, dipping into his eponymous debut album is a well expended piece of your valuable listening time. Using the name The Warden and giving the record a self-title simplifies Richmond’s approach to music which is nothing more or less than a good ole dose of unpretentious country tinged roots rock ‘n’ roll. With subtlety left on the shelf, this part autobiography-part fiction account doesn’t dwell too much on sentiment and generally possesses a rolling pace to keep the listener fixated on the tales Richmond desires to tell. The tunes, melodies and selected instrumentation all do the job they set out to do thoroughly contributing to a record packed with instant appeal and designed for maximum impact.

8PM ~ "pay-what-u-can"

chilis Saturday, April 9 at 8PM chilis

Our favorite gal from Okemeh, Oklahoma

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SUSAN HERNDON

A couple years ago I got a call to play drums on a CD for a girl singer I had never heard of. Her name was Susan Herndon. The musicians were all top shelf and we spent a couple days cutting some really wonderful material. The last song we recorded was this one ("The Bad Roads of Oklahoma".) I must confess, I had a hard time finding the right groove to play and, as we drummers often joke, “That damn metronome kept slowing down!” All this kept me from really hearing what the song was about. Flash forward to about six months later, when I received a copy of the CD (All Fall Down) from Susan in the mail. It is really a great record (you should buy the whole darn thing), but that last song on it, the last one we recorded, and the one I couldn’t really hear, now absolutely floored me. It’s the story of a journey home to Tulsa from Texas and the thoughts going through the driver’s head. It’s the song you hear when you turn OFF the radio, and it is a doozy. David Sanger - American Profile

Susan Herndon sings the kind of songs that make you feel like hopping in your car, taking a long and leisurely drive through the Osage Hills, pondering the prairie and taking stock in the important things in life. There's something mystical about the voice, the stories and the music, almost as if Herndon successfully captures a world of experience into a brief moment in musical time.... Maria Gus - Bartlesville Monthly

The sounds of Susan Herndon's Oklahoma upbringing permeate through her music along with her imminent move into Texas and an unexpected French influence as Herndon began her career performing in the streets with a group of fellow-vagabonds in Auvergne, in Provence, and in the Dordogne.

Equally adept at keyboard and guitar, Herndon moves with ease between instruments, genres, languages, and even states, as these past several years have seen her relentlessly touring across America.

Herndon's latest album, All Fall Down, produced under the direction of the acclaimed Lloyd Maines, is a collection of genre-spanning songs that include among them country, pop, blues, rock, reggae, and a French song. The unifying thread being, "quite simply, she has one of the sweetest and most comforting female voices... of course it doesn't hurt that she's also a gifted songwriter."

8PM ― $10 (donation)

chilis Saturday, April 15 at 8PM chilis

The One-Man-Band

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HOMER HENDERSON

On the one hand is Homer Henderson, who's all alley and not a little tin-pan. The self-proclaimed "Amazing One-Man Band" is the kingshit anthem writer for all the losers, loners, and little people out there--in time, his "Lee Harvey Was a Friend of Mine" may come to be remembered as the greatest song ever written, better even than Springsteen's "Highway Patrolman." -Robert Wilonsky, DallasObserver.com

8PM ~ $10

chilis Saturday, April 23 at 8PM chilis

SPYCHE & THE MEGA ROCK ALL STARS
with Special Guests: TROTLINE

SPYCHE and her awesome new CD, "In Case of Somethingness", Co-produced by Spyche and John Dufilho (of Deathray Davies, I Love Math/Cantina, and Apples in Stereo). Spyche's first solo album, "So Blue You Shimmer", is currently available for purchase on iTunes, and the new one will be up there soon, in addition to being available at CDBaby.com.

8PM ~ "pay-what-u-can"

chilis Saturday, April 29 at 8PM chilis

From blues to boogie-woogie and bluegrass
and back again, with nary a beat missed.

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CITY LIGHTS SINGERS

City Lights Singers make a whopper of a return to Dallas' AllGood Cafe on Saturday, Jan. 9, 2016. Stirring folk-music harmonies, rambunctious humor, and stringed-instruments wizardly from A Kathleen Jackson, Greg Jackson, Harris Kirby, and Michael H. Price.

8PM ~ "pay-what-u-can"

chilis Saturday, April 30 at 8PM chilis

first gig with a full band in years

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DOUG BRYAN

8PM ~ "pay-what-u-can"

chilis Sunday, May 1 at 5PM chilis

BY POPULAR DEMAND!!! - EXTENDED SUNDAY HOURS!!! - YAY!!!!

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"Brainliss Sundays" with THE CUTLERS

Live Music from 5 - 7pm hosted every Sunday by Kelly Cutler, former KNON DJ, road mangler/guitar tech for Gatemouth Brown, musician, comedian and professional raconteur ...

5 ‑ 7PM ―  Full Lunch/Dinner Menu available until 7pm

chilis Thursday, May 5 at 7:30PM chilis

CINCO de MAYO !!!

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BRONWEN ROBERTS

BENJAMIN LANE CROUCHER

World percussionist Benjamin Croucher and singer-songwriter Bronwen Roberts debut their new and exciting collaboration in this special evening of bossa nova and original, acoustic music.

7:30PM ~ "pay-what-u-can"

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TICKETS TO MAJOR SHOWS ARE NOW AVAILABLE THRU Front Gate Tickets Or by phone at 888‑512‑SHOW.
Tickets are also available at GOOD RECORDS, and Billís Records & Tapes.

MORE ANNOUNCEMENTS EXPECTED VERY SOON.

KEEP ON RED ALERT!!!!