APRIL
Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday

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Ginny Mac &
Paul Slavens

 

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Kelly Cutler & Friends

 

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Bnois King

 

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"Brainliss Sundays"
with The Cutlers

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Nicholas Altobelli

 

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Karyna Micaela

 

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"Brainliss Sundays"
with The Cutlers

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Bret Egner
Noah Bailey
John Dufilho

 

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Rod Picott
Brock Zeman

 

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Michael Prysock

 

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GrateFest
420 Celebration

 

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"Brainliss Sundays"
with The Cutlers

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Camille, John & Paul

 

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Bubba Hernandez

 

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Folk Uke

 

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"Brainliss Sundays"
with The Cutlers

MAY
Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday

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Bret Egner
Noah Bailey
John Dufilho

 

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Jeff Whittington

 

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Zydeco Blanco

 

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"Brainliss Sundays"
with The Cutlers

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"Brainliss Sundays"
with The Cutlers

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Ann Armstrong
Steve Hughes

 

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The Stoners

 

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"Brainliss Sundays"
with The Cutlers

 
Tuesday 5/21 - Chris Ruest w/ Eve Monsees & Mike Buck
 

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Silas Nello

 

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with The Cutlers

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"Brainliss Sundays"
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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

chilis Thursday, March 28 at 7PM chilis

the music they make is pure country, or what country ought to be.

CLAY PARKER & JODI JAMES

Even though they're not related, Clay Parker and Jodi James sound like they're joined at the hip.

The Baton Rouge-based duo does family style harmony that's closer than most families. It's as smooth as mayonnaise, blended so it spreads easily on whatever topic they're covering. They classify themselves as folksingers, but the music they make is pure country, or what country ought to be.

It's easy to get lost in this stuff, kick back and just let it wash over you. It's perfect back-porch, foot-dangling music, a fine soundtrack for the end to a perfect day and the start of a laid-back evening. NoDepression.com

7PM  ―  $10

chilis Saturday, April 13 at 7PM chilis

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KARYNA MICAELA with ZACH BALCH

Hailing from the heart of Silicon Valley, California, jazz vocalist Karyna Micaela became an underground coffee shop troubadour when she moved to Dallas, Texas, accompanying her vocal chops with sultry Rhodes piano. The result is emotional, relatable storytelling delivered by a voice that is both vulnerable and powerful, wrapped in soulful pop and R&B packaging.

7PM

chilis Wednesday, April 17 at 7PM chilis

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BRET EGNER
NOAH BAILEY
JOHN DUFILHO

7PM

chilis Thursday, April 18 at 8PM chilis

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ROD PICOTT

“mesmerizing” - Rolling Stone.com

“songs like Raymond Carver short stories” - Houston Chronicle

“seriously gifted” - No Depression

Seventeen years ago Rod Picott dropped his tool belt, picked up an acoustic guitar and released his first album Tiger Tom Dixon’s Blues. The acclaimed debut put a nail in the coffin of his construction career and ignited his second career as a singer-songwriter. With his new album, Out Past The Wires, that second career reveals itself in full flame.

The sprawling twenty-two song Out Past The Wires ranges from whispery ballads to guitar driven rockers and hits every musical spot between. Like much of Picott’s catalog, many of the songs on Out Past The Wires center around the lives of working people and the losses, defeats and small victories that can come hard won in a calloused world. It is here in the ordinary where Picott finds the gold he mines so beautifully on songs such as “Take Home Pay” – one of four songs written with longtime friend and co-writer Slaid Cleaves.


BROCK ZEMAN

When it comes to storytelling, Brock Zeman is a master craftsman. The Canada-based singer-songwriter has spent the past 12 years carving and chiseling Americana soundscapes, drawing from roots-rock and alternative country. But what separates Zeman from his contemporaries isn’t a willingness to speak truth – it’s his unwillingness to conform to the rules of Nashville and the traditional framework of genre. What gives Zeman’s stories force isn’t that he’s just singing a narrative – he’s living it.

Over the course of his career, Zeman has released 12 studio albums, one live record, toured North America extensively and received praise from numerous press outlets. “His songs have more depth than can be realized first time through, which only enhances with each listen,” wrote Penguin Eggs. Zeman has also won a slew of songwriting awards, including 2nd place at both 2016’s Unsigned Only Competition as well as the International Songwriting Competition (ISC) for his track “Pulling Your Sword Out Of The Devil’s Back.” In 2017 he returned to ISC as a finalist with his song “Dead Man’s Shoes.”

“I was inspired to write from the feeling I got when I listened to music,” Zeman recalls about his childhood. “I always hoped I could pass on the same overwhelming feeling to others.”


8PM  ―  $10

chilis Friday, April 19 at 8PM chilis

MICHAEL PRYSOCK

Michael Prysock is a singer-songwriter deeply affected by life in rural Arkansas, and through his music, tells achingly true tales of the influences of his family and the brotherhood of friends that helped raise him. Prysock skips the clichéd heart songs of romance and moves purposefully to lyrics that convey real struggle and the authenticity of living. Uniquely talented and masking a rare personal humility not often seen in today’s contemporary musical bravado, Prysock is a spirited one-man-band, providing vocals, guitar and harmonica to a raw soundtrack of small-town life.

8PM

chilis Saturday, April 20 at 7PM chilis

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The eponymous AllGood Cafe proudly presents an all acoustic celebration of the music and artistry of the Grateful Dead on a day we are all called to be more mindful of wellness and liberty. Members of Miracle Ticket, Sagacious Zoo, and other DEADicated friends will be throwing down some faithful and respectful tributes to the songs you know and love starting at 7pm. Come along, grab some hungry friends, and let it grow!

7PM

chilis Sunday, April 21 at 4PM chilis

Free family friendly funnnn with White Gravy on the side

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"Brainliss Sunday" with THE CUTLERS

Live Music from 4 - 6pm hosted every Sunday by Kelly Cutler, former KNON DJ, road mangler/guitar tech for Gatemouth Brown, musician, comedian and professional raconteur ...

4 ‑ 6PM

chilis Thurday, April 25 at PM chilis

CAMILLE, JOHN & PAUL



chilis Saturday, April 27 at 8PM chilis

They're just kind of amazing

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FOLK UKE

​It was 1998 in San Diego's Gaslamp Quarter when Cathy Guthrie and Amy Nelson met at a bar… where they both worked. One was a tramp and one was devastatingly pure. With a ukulele and an acoustic guitar, they formed a band for the same reason kids join gangs— just to survive, but also to unleash the brilliance that was poking them from within.

​Don't believe the rumors. Folk Uke is not totally amazing. They're just kind of amazing. If you find yourself at a Folk Uke show, you are in for a treat— but maybe not the kind of treat that you like the taste of. Come to a show and see for yourself.

​Better yet, buy their albums first and you may save yourself the trouble. And if you make it to a live Folk Uke show, do your best to enjoy it…and then give them two more chances. They are hit and miss, but so are you most likely, and that is their charm. We live to inspire and we're tired of writing in third person.

8PM  ―  Advance tickets at Prekindle

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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!!!!