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

 

OCTOBER
Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday

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2

Venetian Sailors Duo

 

3

Salim / Chris Holt

 

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5

The Cutlers

 

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9

Betty Soo
Amelia White
Sergio Webb

10

Kelly Cutler
7PM

 

11

Ralph White
Carson McHone

 

12

The Cutlers

 

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17

Jim Suhler &
Monkey Beat

 

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The Cutlers

 

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Joe Pat Hennen

 

25

Alan Wooley Trio

 

26

The Cutlers

 

Fri, Oct 3 -  Salim / Chris Holt at AllGood
Fri, Oct 17 -  Jim Suhler at AllGood

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 Bill's Records & Tapes .

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DAPHNE WILLIS

DAPHNE WILLIS is making quite the impression in these parts lately, from talked about opening slots at the Kessler Theatre to high-profile fundraisers at Billy Bob's to opening for Ruthie Foster at an upcoming Levitt Pavilion show ... area music lovers are getting their first chance to see her in the intimate confines of the AllGood Cafe. All ages welcome.

8PM - $10

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VENETIAN DUO

Formed in December of 2012 on a random whim, The Venetian Sailors have quickly evolved from one of the area's hottest up and coming folk/roots quartets into a full blown electric, soulful amalgamation of melodic merriment and intriguing arrangements that you'll have to experience live to fully appreciate.

8PM

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SALIM NOURALLAH / CHRIS HOLT

8PM

chilis Thursday, October 9 at 8PM chilis

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BETTY SOO

“A gifted singer with a lilting soprano, she’s also a lyrical songwriter not afraid to craft heart-on-her-sleeve songs that left more than a few with tears in their eyes.” - Dallas Morning News

“In the over-crowded, somewhat stale field of Americana, BettySoo is the very real deal...Patty Griffin’s heir apparent.” - Houston Press

“BettySoo’s voice is the perfect combination of strength, vulnerability and clarity.” - Americana-UK

“BettySoo’s voice is gorgeous - soulful, tender...a strong, engaging, and hugely entertaining live performer with a wry sense of humour.” - Maverick

“Never the Pretty Girl is a song of uncommon depth and emotion. It’s that rare, anthemic composition likely to stay at the top of her catalog for life.” - Austin Chronicle

BettySoo's shows are ever-changing and entertaining - as much for what is said off the cuff between songs as for the songwriting and her breathtaking delivery. Backed by her band in Austin, Texas (including Will Sexton, Jeff Plankenhorn, Brian Standefer, Todd Wilson, Paul Prestridge, and husband Mail Man Dave Terry), she's garnered her share of great show reviews on top of the critical success her albums have achieved.

AMELIA WHITE

Raised In Virginia, and based in Nashville, Amelia White cut her musical teeth in the New England area, in the same scene that produced Mary Gauthier, Lori McKenna, and Aimee Mann. Her music has been described as hard rocking -folkin -alt-art country… Her Albums BLUE SOUVENIRS and BLACK DOVES (funzalo Records 2006) put her on the map with critical acclaims nationwide, steady non-com radio play, appearances on E-Town and NPR’s All Songs Considered and various TV placements. ... the most current being a spot on FX JUSTIFIED ...an episode which features Dave Alvin.....

"The songs come out of me hard and heavy-- regularly. They walk the line between Neo Folk, raw well made rock, and rootsy pop. They have a lot of heart, and a good dose of intellect, and every few songs have a political and social consciousness....sometimes you have to listen twice to get em, though some can easily grab hold of you like an old hank williams. Some call them Indie Country, some Americana, Some Folk Rock. To me they are the stories of my life and love and what I see in my friends eyes, strangers stories. they are miniature 3-3and1/2 minute films. Writing to music comes to me like breathing and or eating, and its as pleasurable upon completion as great sex."

SERGIO WEBB

8PM

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A Special Friday Redneck Happy Hour!

KELLY CUTLER

7PM

chilis Saturday, October 11 at 8PM chilis

Ralph White

"What longtime Austinite and former Bad Liver Ralph White puts on albums and onstage is so mind-boggling and vast, it forces those of us in the description business down a treacherous path" (Darcie Stevens, Austin Chronicle)

"White was a member of well-loved punk bluegrass outfit Bad Livers, but his solo work is possessed of a much more lonesome spark, exaggerating the implied drone at the heart of the music of Dock Boggs and The Stanley Brothers...White plays wooden six-string banjo, violin, button accordion and kalimba and his voice has a high, eerie quality to it...extremely psychedelic" (David Keenan, The Wire UK)


One of our foremost instrumentalists and a true hidden American treasure, Ralph White has taken the back roads in his inspired pursuit of the ancient roots of music. The "folk/noise/avant-whatever genius" (Joe Gross, Austin Statesman) has made many strange travels as an itinerant musician and laborer. Thus his intimate, nuanced musical language has slowly revealed itself, along a path that meanders from the apple orchards of British Columbia to the villages of Zimbabwe and Namibia, from the lonesome moors of Ireland to Australia, Brittany, Peru, Louisiana and beyond. There is also the influence of White's hometown of Austin, Texas, a rich musical crossroads in and of itself.

Along with Danny Barnes and Mark Rubin, White completed the original and definitive lineup of country/bluegrass mavericks (and recent Texas Music Hall of Fame inductees) The Bad Livers. He now performs his singular blend of ancient rural folk music and original songwriting as a soloist.

Carson McHone

Under the X in Texas host, Ted Branson of KOOP Radio, assures, "Carson McHone is a breath of fresh air in a town full of Texas songwriters who all try for the sound she was born with and presents confidently in an easy, natural way."

In 2014, Carson sang on two cuts of Ray Wylie Hubbard’s new CD. He said, “…lemme tell you, she nailed it to the church door…she delivered to the point where I feel some where Maybelle Carter smiled, then on this other song I wanted a woman Keith Richards sloppy rock thing and she went there like she was him before the blood transfusion…plus she writes songs like her life depends on it…”

8PM

chilis Friday, October 17 at 8PM chilis

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JIM SUHLER & MONKEY BEAT

Sometimes we don't recognize or appreciate True Greatness when it's in our midst, right in front of us ... and such is Dallas Guitar-whiz and Rocker JIM SUHLER and his band MONKEY BEAT. Jim's "day job" as they say, Lead Guitarist, Hired Gun, Secret Weapon for George Thoroughgood and the Delaware Destroyers. As such, he continues to tour The World - Japan, Australia, Europe, Canada, all over the US and wow audiences and crowds with his spark-spitting dynamic guitar-slaying, and here - this night - we have the chance, indeed the privilege, to witness his talent up close and personal at our humble little cafe. Duh. What are you doing tonite?

8PM ― $10

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

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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

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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!!!!