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

JUNE
Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday

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Laura Harrell

 

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A Taste of Herb

 

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Camille / Susan Herndon
Bronwen Roberts

 

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"Brainliss Sundays"
with The Cutlers

 

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Ole G & Haylie B

 

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Black Dirt Tango

 

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Nicholas Altobelli
Ronnie Fauss
David Heidle

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"Brainliss Sundays"
with The Cutlers

 

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Salim / Gaston Light
Wesley Geiger

 

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Garner Sloan

 

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Don Leady

 

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"Brainliss Sundays"
with The Cutlers

 

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Drew Kennedy

 

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Gullyjumpers
7PM-9PM

 

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"Brainliss Sundays"
with The Cutlers

 

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

JULY
Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday

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Sean Foster
Alexis Sanchez
Joshua Ray Walker

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"Brainliss Sundays"
with The Cutlers

 

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Southwest City Folk

 

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New Bohemians

 

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SLIM RICHEY DAY!

 

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"Brainliss Sundays"
with The Cutlers

 

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Slow Moving Snakes

 

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Susan Herndon

 

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"Brainliss Sundays"
with The Cutlers

 

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Ely Sellers & Michael Bryant

 

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Rod Picott

 

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"Brainliss Sundays"
with The Cutlers

 

chilis Slim Richey  1938 ‑ 2015 chilis

Texas lost one of the BEST... the greatest guitarist but so much more.

Austin’s Jazz Maverick Peaces Out


Slim Richey and the Jitterbug Vipers featuring Sarah Sharp at Mike's birthday party - 8/25/12

“The most dangerous guitar player in Texas” wasn’t half as threatening as that handle implies. In reality, Slim Richey was a joyous human being. An Austin character.

Few musicians broke the mold like the charismatic guitarist, a disciple of Thirties jazz and hep-cat slang, who loved to “get tall” on reefer and radiated outrageous personal style. That typically involved costume sunglasses, a Santa beard, and Mardi Gras beads dangling off the headstock of his hollowbody axe.

Richey was famous for encouraging Austin’s young musicians, a quality that helped kick-start the career of Austin breakout Kat Edmonson, who was an unseasoned 22-year-old singer when she met Richey in 2005.

“In every city we went to, every festival, every town we played, the young guitar players would wait to learn from Slim, and they’d sit in a circle and jam with him.”

“But the main thing I learned from Slim was to be you,” she says. “He embraced me for who I was. I’d never met people like that before – people that just lived and didn’t judge. He was who he was 100 percent and I really appreciate that. I want to do that more with myself. ―Kevin Curtin, AustinChronicle.com


One of Richey’s last recordings was a version of Willie Nelson’s “Crazy” with Jitterbug Vipers singer Sarah Sharp that was intended for an upcoming album. The track highlights Richey’s graceful and creative style.


chilis Thursday, June 4 at 8PM chilis

Special Night of La La Ha Ha ... our very own, LAURA HARRELL!

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LAURA HARRELL

8PM ― "pay-what-u-can"

chilis Friday, June 5 at 8PM chilis

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A TASTE OF HERB

"A Taste of Herb" is the premier Herb Alpert and the Tijuana Brass tribute band in the North Texas - Metroplex area. ATOH is dedicated to reviving the sounds and feel of the once popular style of music. In the 1960's, the music of Herb Alpert and the Tijuana Brass could be heard on the top radio shows of the time, as well as television and the big screen. The music of Herb Alpert and the Tijuana Brass is quirky, retro, hip, sometimes cheesy, but always groovy!

8PM ― $10 Advance (@ Prekindle) $10 cover at the door.

chilis Saturday, June 6 at 8PM chilis

"Sweethearts' Songswap!"
Don't miss this very special night of special music and song !!!

CAMILLE CORTINAS
SUSAN HERNDON
BRONWEN ROBERTS

8PM ― $10 Advance (@ Prekindle) $10 cover at the door.

chilis Thursday, June 11 at 8PM chilis

These two are becoming one of our very favorites!

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OLE G & HAYLIE B

8PM ― "pay-what-u-can"

chilis Friday, June 12 at 8PM chilis

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BLACK DIRT TANGO

Black Dirt Tango plays a mix of roots music -- both original and tribute. Its sound comes from genres as varied as bluegrass, alt-country, Texas roots, Celtic, contemporary country and country-rock. The two things that are always common is the band’s commitment to multiple vocal harmonies and the strong desire for the band and audience to interact and, most importantly, to have fun!

8PM ― "pay-what-u-can"

chilis Saturday, June 13 at 8PM chilis

"All Our Daydreams Are Disasters!"

NICHOLAS ALTOBELLI
RONNIE FAUSS
DAVID HEIDLE

Special of Alt-Country Heroes and Screw-ups. Our Fave Covers.

8PM ― "pay-what-u-can"

chilis Thursday, June 18 at 8PM chilis

SONGSWAP !!!

SALIM NOURALLAH
GASTON LIGHT
WESLEY GEIGER

8PM ― "pay-what-u-can"

chilis Friday, June 19 at 8PM chilis

GARNER SLOAN

Local Austin artist Garner Sloan was born in Abilene and grew up in Coleman, Texas. He did not have the stereotypical “I grew up playing music” childhood. It wasn’t until the summer of 2008 that he picked up his first guitar. Self-taught, he found his passion for guitar by picking along to his favorite music until discovering his own sound. He progressed quickly from guitar player to “one-man band” incorporating the harmonica and percussion with his self-written prose.

His earliest intention, however, was not to write music and perform. It was something he did in secret, hidden in his room with no intended audience. A small passion soon turned to obsession as Garner turned every spare moment into an excuse to play. As he progressed and began to accomplish mimicry of his favorite artists with ease, it was only a matter of time until he began to write. The evolutionary process of writing his own music brought a new spirit to Garner. It was clear to him that writing songs was not something to be taken lightly.

8PM ― "pay-what-u-can"

chilis Saturday, June 20 at 8PM chilis

from The TAILGATORS

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DON LEADY & his Rockin' Revue

From his role as a charter member of Austin roots kings, the Leroi Brothers, to front man for swamp rockers the Tailgators, the conjunto trio Los Cadillos, and his latest creation, Alamo Suite, a three-piece jazz outfit (all of which have the same personnel), Don Leady has proven himself to be such an expert stylistic interpreter, he passes for an original. Alamo Suite, the self-titled album by Leady as jazzbo, works the same turf as Texas guitar great Herb Ellis, messing around with bluesy, jazz-inflected instrumentals. Listening to it is like having a lounge in your own home, without the bothersome barroom smoke or loud talkers at the next table. ―Joe Nick Patoski, TexasMonthly.com

As an original LeRoi Brother, Leady helped define the strong roots rock scene in Austin. In the Tailgators, he fused Fabulous Thunderbird-style blues with hardscrabble swamp-rock that made the trio enormously popular. In recent years, he's gone jazzier with Alamo Suite, but retained the big guitar sound he mastered long ago. Whatever the musical configuration, Leady's stellar credentials make him worth a listen. ―Margaret Moser, AustinChronicle.com

8PM ― $10 Advance (@ Prekindle) $10 cover at the door.

chilis Friday, June 26 at 8PM chilis

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DREW KENNEDY

8PM ― $10 Advance (@ Prekindle) $10 cover at the door.

chilis Saturday, June 27 at 7PM chilis

Alan Wooley and buddies play that good ole timey music from yesterday.

The GULLYJUMPERS

7PM-9PM ― "pay-what-u-can"

chilis Thursday, July 2 at 8PM chilis

SONGSWAP !!!

ALEXIS SANCHEZ
SEAN FOSTER
JOSHUA RAY WALKER

8PM ― "pay-what-u-can"

chilis Sunday, July 5 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, July 9 at 8PM chilis

They folks are going to charm you and win your ears

SOUTHWEST CITY FOLK

The Southwest City Folk are a Dallas based group that pulls influences from country, jazz, blues, rock and folk. Lead vocalist, Alison Marie, has been a poet and visual artist for more than 20 years and grew up singing in choirs and performing on stage. Both Mitchell and Bob are highly talented multi-instrumentalists and exceptional vocalists in their own right. The Southwest City Folk mix their melodies with Alison Marie's poetry to form a unique take on Americana.

8PM ― "pay-what-u-can"

chilis Friday, July 10 at 9PM chilis

Deep Ellum's musical pioneers

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Kenny  ―   Brandon   ―   Brad   ―   John

NEW BOHEMIANS

Deep Ellum's musical pioneers will convene to lay down some grooves and get you doing your best twirl and mambo. These guys are all so busy with their various projects - to get them together is a task and a chore. Get out your calendar NOW and circle this date.

8PM ― $10 Advance (@ Prekindle) $10 cover at the door.

chilis Saturday, July 11 at 6PM chilis

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SLIM RICHEY DAY!

8PM ― $10 Advance (@ Prekindle) $10 cover at the door.

chilis Thursday, July 16 at 8PM chilis

SLOW MOVING SNAKES

8PM ― "pay-what-u-can"

chilis Thursday, July 17 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 (May, 2012)

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 (Jan, 2012)

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 Advance (@ Prekindle) $10 cover at the door.

chilis Thursday, July 23 at 8PM chilis

MICHAEL BRYANT
ELY SELLERS

8PM ― "pay-what-u-can"

chilis Friday, July 24 at 8PM chilis

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ROD PICOTT

"Rod Picott's world weary songs glow with both self awareness and humility. The truth of who we are is slippery, hard to contain, and most people have very little interest in it. Nonetheless, it is the work of an artist to find that truth and show it to us in ways that will see it. Welding Burns, Rod's new collection of songs, is a fine example of an artist doing just that. The songs on this record reflect the realities of the time we live in, and they contain hard truths. The songs are both beautiful and disturbing, and are the work of an artist who deserves to be heard. I hope he sells a million copies." ― Mary Gauthier

"Rod Picott delivers some of the most hard-hitting, eloquent, authentic depictions of blue collar life to be heard in the USA today. I put him up there with the best of Springsteen, Steve Earle and Woody Guthrie." ― Slaid Cleaves

8PM ― $10 Advance (@ Prekindle) $10 cover at the door.

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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!!!!