Bud Light CantinaNYA

Saturday Feb.24 / 12:00pm

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Bud Light Courtyard StageClay Hollis

Saturday Feb.24 / 11:30am

Saturday Feb.24 / 4:00pm

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Coors Cold River SaloonAmanda Cavallos

Monday Feb.12 / 5:00pm

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A Latina country music songstress whose retro style and clean vocals garners comparisons to singers like Crystal Gayle and Kelly Willis, Amanda Cevallos grew up in Houston, Texas. Her entertainment career began as a child model for Houston’s Neil Hamil Modeling Agency at the age of 9. By the time she was 17, she was the VJ of her very own cable television, Latin-based music video show called, Mega Mix. At 19, Amanda began working as an actor represented by Houston’s premiere talent agency, Pastorini & Bosby. The majority of her jobs were voice-overs, which has proved to be quite fitting. Always encouraged by her family to perform, Amanda was never shy to try something new; songwriting and playing the guitar. Her mom, Frances, bought her a $40 guitar from a thrift store in Houston, TX. Amanda carried it around for two years until she wrote one of her most popular songs, Jose Guadalupe. A song she wrote about her father. The same song she sang to Willie Nelson, when she met him, and he asked her to sing for him. After two short college stints in California and Chicago, Amanda finally settled down in Missoula, Montana for a degree in Modern Dance performance. However, the guitar was a huge distraction and the music began to take sole focus. After one full-length record, Rainy Day, and an EP, Chase The Rain, Amanda completed her studies and graduated from The University of Montana in May of 2008. She then moved to Austin, TX in March of 2009. 

Bud Light CantinaConjunto Cats

Thursday Feb.22 / 5:00pm

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Conjunto band from Seguin sharing the cultural sound of Conjunto music for the enjoyment of everyone.

Bud Light CantinaDanny Acosta

Sunday Feb.25 / 12:30pm

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Performs covers, originals, photography, and occasional comedy/rants/mumbo jumbo

Tap RoomMarcy Grace

Sunday Feb.11 / 3:00pm

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Marcy Grace is an up and coming singer/songwriter from San Antonio, Texas bringing fresh and new ideas to the Americana market. She is known for her big and unique voice. This Texas girl has been playing music for most of her life and is a multi-instrumentalist playing drums, guitar, keyboard, and banjo.

Frontier ClubJade Marie Patek

Wednesday Feb.21 / 7:30pm

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Jade Marie Patek comes from a rich musical lineage as the granddaughter of polka legend, Joe Patek, who delighted crowds at dancehalls for decades with his Orchestra. Using her polka roots as inspiration, Jade began writing her own music and performing it live a few years back. Her original music is purely Texan and definitely original. The songs are fueled by life experiences, life lessons and a whole lot of heart and soul. Jade has been performing for the past 9 years at various venues from the Gulf Coast to the San Marcos/New Braunfels/San Antonio area. She has also played and will continue to play at many impressive shows and venues like MusicFest at Steamboat, Rio Frio Fest, River Jam, River Fest, numerous other festivals and national anthems. Jade calls her genre of music “marble rye bread,” showing infusions of Americana/Texas Country with flares of blues, funk and soul. While she’s comfortable listening to Merle Haggard or jamming to Prince or AC/DC, her inspiration comes from greats like Janis Joplin, Susan Tedeschi, Sheryl Crow, Alanis Morissette, Bonnie Raitt, Stevie Nicks and Tracy Chapman. There’s a common theme there if you haven’t noticed. 

Coors Cold River SaloonCooper Greenburg

Friday Feb.09 / 4:00pm

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Cooper Greenberg is a guitarist and singer-songwriter based out of San Antonio and Austin, Texas. Influenced by a wide array of artists including Townes Van Zandt, Jeff Tweedy, Elvis Costello, Radiohead, Sturgill Simpson, and more, his writing style combines intricate, guitar-driven melodies with personal, storytelling lyrics. Over the past several years, Cooper’s performing has brought him through some of Texas’ most historic and beloved venues, including The Cactus Cafe, Sam’s Burger Joint, Hole in the Wall, and The Kerrville Folk Festival; as well as gaining local followings at small venues across Texas. Cooper has been chosen as a featured artist on Fretmonkey Records (Arkansas), performed for Texas Public Radio's "Worth Repeating" series, and often works with San Antonio’s Alamo Music Center as an online presence for musical instrument reviews, which have garnered over 200,000 views in total. In December 2016, Cooper released his debut EP "Wave Pool." 

Tap RoomDrew Moreland

Thursday Feb.08 / 6:00pm

Wednesday Feb.14 / 6:00pm

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Tap RoomClay Hollis

Sunday Feb.18 / 3:00pm

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Bud Light Courtyard StageSmall Town Habit

Thursday Feb.08 / 6:00pm

Thursday Feb.08 / 10:30pm

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Coors Cold River SaloonBobby Marquez

Saturday Feb.10 / 2:00pm

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Bud Light CantinaBree Jimenez

Sunday Feb.18 / 5:00pm

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The name of my band “Bree Jimenez” stems from my

nickname, short for Breanna! As a professional singer,

who started my career at age 15, with the help of all

my band members, Bree Jimenez has accomplished

a lot in very little time! A few of our amazing journeys

have included the following: Tejano Fan Fair in San

Antonio Texas, The San Antonio Stock Show and

Rodeo, Fiesta Mexicana In Topeka, Kansas, and

several other events around Texas. In addition to this,

I have been honored to share the stage with several

artists that have included Elida Reyna, Garry Hobbs,

Erick y su Grupo Massore, Grupo Vision, Stephanie

Montiel, Remedio, The Desperadoz, The Revo Live

Band and many more! I was recently nominated as

Best New Female Artist with other great nominees

at The Tejano Music Awards (Isabelle Marie, Madyln

at The Tejano Music Awards (Isabelle Marie, Madyln

Hernandez, Veronique Medrano and my good friend,

Cindy Ramos). My first album has been out for

over a year now, and is titled Ponte Alerta. Ponte

Alerta consists of a total of 10 songs that were written

from my amazing song writers, Ricardo Eve Garcia

from Sabinas Hidalgo, Nuevo León, Mexico and Imelda

Villarreal From Nuevo Laredo. This awesome CD was

recorded in Mazmorra Records, owned by Richard

Rosales, from Grupo Siggno, and his buddy Roland

aka "Bonez". But, in all this I must express gratitude to

my friends and fans who make my success possible! I

especially cannot give enough thanks to Rudy Lopez,

owner to Far West Club and Lopez Productions

Entertainment, for being a stepping stone and helping

Bree Jimenez along the way of this amazing journey!

Lopez Productions has opened so many doors for

Bree Jimenez, and for that I am forever appreciative!

Along this journey my band members have been very

supportive, as they have taken their time and energy to

help the band become a success. I realize that it takes

a team for Bree Jimenez to move forward, and for

them I am appreciative as well! As with any business,

time and money are essentials and I must also

express thanks to my loving parents, Joe and Lorena

Jimenez, aka Jimenez Management, for all their

support in helping Bree Jimenez move forward in the

music industry (business, bookings, time, money, and

coordination). My hope is to touch as many lives as

possible and that my fans will continue to be pleased

with my music and singing!

with my music and singing!

Bud Light CantinaGrupo Oro

Saturday Feb.10 / 12:00pm

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Grupo Oro is a five member band that originated in San Antonio,Texas and was formed in June of 1991. Grupo Oro plays a variety of music including Country,Top 40, and Alternative with a strong background of Tejano. Each member has many years of experience in the music industry, giving Grupo Oro its own unique and original style of music. The band has performed for many social and private functions ranging from weddings,anniversaries,sweet sixteen celebrations,clubs, outdoor concerts, corporate parties, and other various functions. Grupo Oro recorded a promotional CD with other various artist under the Manny Music Label in 1993. This CD helped to expose the band to a wider audience and has opened doors to other opportunities. The band has since then recorded a full Promo CD for the purposes of promoting the band and its music. Currently Grupo Oro is in the studio recording a full CD under The RoRecords Label. Grupo Oro is equipped with a full sound and lighting system allowing them to perform and entertain at any givenplace and time. The band prides itself on its contemporary mix of Accordian and Keyboards-- creating a full range of music to listen,enjoy or dance to.

Bud Light CantinaHunter Chavez

Tuesday Feb.20 / 5:00pm

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The group has been together for a little over 1 year and already stirring up a great sensation! Theses young gentlemen hail from Pleasanton, Schertz, and San Antonio,TX They also attend Conjunto Palo Alto a community that has Conjunto Music Classes at heart. 

Bud Light CantinaOndo Caliente

Saturday Feb.24 / 5:00pm

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Onda Caliente (Hot Wave). Fernando Cortez and Ernesto Cortez (The Cortez

Brothers) were Born and raised in San Antonio Texas we have created a Triumph of music for 20 years in the music Industry. We formed our band in

2002 Group called Onda Caliente(Hotwave) ever since the beginning we have been specializing and spreading our cumbia music style throughout Texas and in the U.S. for 16 years. Cumbia music is cultural oriented rhythm that has grown to be one of the most widespread and unifying musical genre through out Latin America and the United States. We are the second-generation promoting our style of music "Cumbia Colombiana" and our newest trend of music "Cumbia Wave". Our style of music is one of a kind in San Antonio and around the globe "con el sabor"(flavor) and culture of cumbia music. In our game changing first album Chica Popular( Popular Girl) was a success hit for us crossing over our music to the next generation of new comers . With our distinctive style we have collected many social media followers and video views on You Tube supporters across Texas and around the world.

OndaCaliente(Hotwave) will soon be coming out with a new album later this year taking cumbia music to the next level and calling it "Cumbia Wave "its a creative idea in the making it will be a mixture flavored of rhythm music from the 80's music 90's and today's mixed into our Cumbia style flavor roots that will surprise everyone's mind away in our music industry.

Bud Light Courtyard StageLush

Saturday Feb.17 / 6:00pm

Saturday Feb.17 / 11:00pm

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Courtyard - Budlight StageBri Bagwell

Monday Feb.12 / 6:00pm

Monday Feb.12 / 10:30pm

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Bri Bagwell is real country music, and what country music should strive to be. She is an independent artist without a record deal, and without management. Her popularity is derived 100% by word of mouth and her raw talent. This grass roots effort is rare these days; it speaks to her infectious music and appeal.

She fell in love with music at an early age, and started playing in a band with her older brothers while just a teenager growing up in New Mexico. A couple of weeks after turning 18, she moved to Austin, TX to study at UT and begin her music career in the live music capital of the world. Late nights, rowdy Texas crowds, and being alone on stage with just a guitar shaped her onstage charismatic charm. She learned to gain a crowd’s attention with her beautiful voice, singing songs she wrote herself.

Her first CD, “Banned from Santa Fe”, released June 2011, sold through several printings, and gained traction very quickly among music fans. Bri Bagwell was the only female artist on the Texas Music Chart for a few weeks with her single, also titled “Banned from Santa Fe" and her song "Whiskey" became her 1st top 15 hit and has passed 70,000 YouTube views on the single's video.

In 2013, Bri released her self-titled EP, which featured two brand new radio singles, “Hound Dog” and “Crazy”. Her latest radio release, “Crazy,” has been praised for its witty and relatable lyrics, and it continues to climb the Texas charts. When she’s not on tour, you can find Bri in Nashville, Tennessee, writing songs for Sony/ATV Publishing on Music Row.

In the internet age with music coming at you from every type of media, it is harder and harder for artists to get attention. Bri Bagwell is not only gaining attention, but she is also drumming up excitement; and, she does it all without a million-dollar budget.

Bud Light Courtyard StageSmoke Wagon

Saturday Feb.10 / 6:00pm

Saturday Feb.10 / 11:00pm

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Jay Brown - (Lead Vocals/Acoustic Guitar/Harmonica)

Stephen Ochsner - (Rhythm Guitar/Vocals)

Brandon Neumann (Drums)

Dave James (Bass)

Deborah Peltier (Fiddle/Vocals)

Taylor Long (Lead Guitar/Vocals)

Smoke Wagon formed in 2011 off a random Craigslist post with an urge to put together a rock/country brand of music. Original members Brandon Neumann (Drums), Stephen Ochsner (Rhythm Guitar and vocals) and Jason Kahanek (Lead Guitar) were among the first to show up. After a quick audition of Jay Brown (Lead Vocals and Acoustic Guitar), the band was quickly formed. Along with the former bassist, Smoke Wagon put together a sound that impressed not only fans, but music professionals as well! During one of the first shows, during a performance in Gruene, TX, classically trained violinist, turned Red Dirt/Texas Country fiddle player, Deborah Peltier, came to a gig and instantly knew she was destined to be a part of Smoke Wagon. Shortly thereafter, Dave James was introduced to the band as “Dave James on Bass”…and the rest is history!

Smoke Wagon is now a band dedicated to delivering edgy, but polished Texas/Red Dirt County. Smoke Wagon produces an energetic sound all their own with incredible vocals, captivating lyrics and hard hitting guitar riffs, all accompanied by a red hot fiddle.

Smoke Wagon's music is produced by Michael Morales and Mixed by Ron Morales, both multi-Grammy Award winners at Studio M in San Antonio Texas.

Budlight CantinaMagnifico 7

Monday Feb.19 / 5:00pm

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Budlight CantinaGrupo Rompe

Sunday Feb.11 / 12:00pm

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Grupo Rompe performs a variety of Norteno, Conjunto, Cumbias, Columbianas and oldies!

Tap RoomAustin Gilliam

Monday Feb.19 / 3:00pm

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It is bizarre to think of 6’5” Austin Gilliam, Americana Rock’s favorite Viking, as a man with growing pains. But the evolution of the rock guitarist is one of his most intriguing qualities. Just when you think Austin Gilliam has reinvented and recreated himself, evolving for the last time, he grows even more, striking into his full potential as an artist.

Frontier ClubJeremy Richards Band

Saturday Feb.17 / 8:30pm

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Tap RoomJeff Jacobs

Saturday Feb.10 / 3:00pm

Sunday Feb.25 / 3:00pm

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Tap RoomSteel Blossoms

Saturday Feb.24 / 9:00pm

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Frontier ClubSmall Town Habit

Friday Feb.23 / 8:30pm

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Frontier ClubMario Flores & The Soda Creek Band

Thursday Feb.08 / 8:30pm

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Tap RoomKaty McKenzie

Tuesday Feb.13 / 6:00pm

Saturday Feb.24 / 3:00pm

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Tap RoomJR Herrera

Thursday Feb.22 / 6:00pm

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Wine GardenJamey & Lexy Howard

Saturday Feb.10 / 12:00pm

Saturday Feb.10 / 5:00pm

Saturday Feb.24 / 12:00pm

Saturday Feb.24 / 5:00pm

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Tap RoomChrissy Phillips

Thursday Feb.08 / 9:00pm

Friday Feb.23 / 9:00pm

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Coors Cold River SaloonMario Moreno

Sunday Feb.11 / 5:00pm

Thursday Feb.22 / 4:00pm

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Bud Light CantinaChante Barerra

Saturday Feb.17 / 5:00pm

Friday Feb.23 / 5:00pm

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Tap RoomAllan Hendrickson

Thursday Feb.22 / 9:00pm

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Wine GardenFaith Jacobs & Bryan Maynard

Thursday Feb.15 / 5:00pm

Thursday Feb.22 / 5:00pm

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Tap RoomMario Moreno

Thursday Feb.15 / 9:00pm

Friday Feb.23 / 6:00pm

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Coors Cold River SaloonBraydon Zink

Thursday Feb.15 / 7:00pm

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Bud Light CantinaAmanda Cavallos

Wednesday Feb.21 / 5:00pm

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Tap RoomWilkes Country Deeds

Monday Feb.12 / 6:00pm

Monday Feb.19 / 6:00pm

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Coors Cold River SaloonThe Powell Brothers

Saturday Feb.17 / 7:00pm

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Coors Cold River SaloonJeremy Richards Band

Saturday Feb.10 / 7:00pm

Monday Feb.19 / 5:00pm

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Tap RoomAustin Gilliam

Friday Feb.09 / 9:00pm

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Tap RoomBrance Arnold

Sunday Feb.11 / 6:00pm

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Coors Cold River SaloonBobby Marquez

Sunday Feb.18 / 7:00pm

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Tap RoomSmall Town Habit

Sunday Feb.18 / 6:00pm

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Coors Cold River SaloonClay Hollis

Thursday Feb.08 / 7:00pm

Wednesday Feb.14 / 5:00pm

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Tap RoomBobby Marquez

Saturday Feb.17 / 9:00pm

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Tap RoomCooper Greenburg

Saturday Feb.17 / 3:00pm

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Tap RoomBraydon Zink

Friday Feb.16 / 9:00pm

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Coors Cold River SaloonJeff Jacobs

Thursday Feb.15 / 4:00pm

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Tap RoomBradley Banning

Saturday Feb.17 / 6:00pm

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“I’ve always known who I was as an artist, it just took me a little while to accept it,” Bradley Banning said in response to his new song, “Don’t Mess With Texas.”

Born just outside Fort Worth, TX, Bradley grew up mowing lawns and writing songs. He says, “My dad owned a landscaping company growing up, but he wrote songs when he got home at night. My dad’s dedication to our family and songwriting taught me you never quit on something you love. Whether it’s your family, friends, music, etc…”

It’s taken a lot of “work and grace” Bradley says, to get to the point that he can release his first single as an artist. For years he held jobs as a creative director, promotion coordinator, server, car salesman, landscaper, any job that paid the bills and allowed him to write songs. “I wrote songs every chance I got, but I was afraid to take the leap, and pursue music full time as an artist. I didn’t want to break my bank,” he laughs.

However, in 2014, after ASCAP named him one of their GPS Top 12 unsigned songwriters, he lost his job as a creative director and the same night got a call from his girlfriend at the time, that they were done. “I thought I was going to marry that girl” he says, “it was bad timing I thought, but God had my attention. That’s when I took all the money I had saved for an engagement ring and bought studio equipment and started recording my own songs.”

Two years later, on February 13, 2017, Bradley released his first single, “Don’t Mess With Texas” that he co-produced with that engagement ring money and studio equipment. “Don’t Mess With Texas” was one of the few debut singles from any artist that broke top 20 on the Texas charts in 2017 and it continues to build quite the story for Bradley.

Wine GardenMark Odom & Al Nunez

Sunday Feb.11 / 11:00am

Sunday Feb.18 / 11:00am

Sunday Feb.18 / 5:00pm

Sunday Feb.25 / 11:00am

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Tap RoomMorgan Ashley

Saturday Feb.24 / 6:00pm

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Morgan Ashley grew up in small town Columbus, Texas. She participated in extra curricular activities such as Cheer, 4-H, FFA and more. In 2013 her agriculture teacher talked her into doing the FFA Talent Show. She loved to sing, but the thought of getting in front of a crowd scared her. She got over her nerves and participated and ended up placing 3rd place. The two people who placed in front of her both played an instrument, and from that moment she was determined to learn the guitar.

Wine GardenSteel Blossoms

Friday Feb.23 / 5:00pm

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As artists wanting to relate with their fans, the decision to leave their hometown of Pittsburgh more than 500 miles in the rear view mirror is giving Sara Zebley and Hayley Prosser a lot to write about. The country-folk duo now known as Steel Blossoms decided to leave the shelter of Western Pennsylvania so that they may chase their dreams in Nashville, Tennessee.

Frontier ClubClay Hollis

Thursday Feb.22 / 8:30pm

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Clay Hollis presents country music, in its purest form; simple and powerful. Born in the Rio Grande Valley and raised in San Antonio, his mother is from Laredo and with his father being from Dallas, Hollis’ Texas roots run deep. Cultural and musical tradition define Clay’s tried and true brand, paying homage to country music legends like Strait and Jones, with a touch of contemporary grit.

Bud Light Courtyard StageSA Lights

Friday Feb.23 / 5:30pm

Friday Feb.23 / 11:00pm

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One thing we don't claim to be is a "Premiere band" or "Ultimate band" but we will entertain you. Covering a band that has created great tunes for over 20 years, is no small accomplishment. Giving you the best of who we are as musicians and having a great time with you our "fans" is what we try to achieve. We also also cover great hit's from Bon Jovi, Santana, Mana, Don Henley, Billy Idol, ZZ Top and so many more great artist's...So we hope to see you all out their on the venue trail soon, and hope to make new friends along the way!

Bud Light Courtyard StageJake Worthington

Thursday Feb.22 / 6:00pm

Thursday Feb.22 / 10:30pm

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In 2014, Jake Worthington was named "Runner-Up" on Season 6 of the hit NBC TV Show "The Voice". While on the show Jake released 3 songs that reached top 20 on Billboard. Success from “The Voice” led to a Social Media presence that reaches nearly 250,000 people across the US.

Bud Light Courtyard StageDJ Cesar K-OSO

Sunday Feb.18 / 6:00pm

Sunday Feb.18 / 11:00pm

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ENGO 24 AÑOS DE EDAD. LOCUTOR DE RADIO Y DJ EN SAN ANTONIO TX SOY DE MONCLOVA COAH. ESTOY VIVIENDO MI SUEÑO EN EL TRABAJO POR EL QUE TANTO LUCHE Y CON EL QUE SOÑE MIS PENSAMIENTOS MIS LOQUERAS LAS COMPARTO CON USTEDES AQUI Y ESPERO CONTAR CON EL APOYO DE USTEDES COMO HASTA AHORA EN TODOS MIS PROYECTOS ! 


PARA EL MUNDO MUNDIAL
-CESAR K-OSO

Bud Light Courtyard StageJeremy Richards Band

Saturday Feb.17 / 11:30am

Saturday Feb.17 / 4:00pm

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Jeremy Richards- Lead Vocalist and Guitar: Jeremy went to Middle Tennesse State University and obained his bachelors degree in sound recording. He's just a good 'ole boy that loves going out with friends, going to parties, and being somewhat the highlight of the party. "I love music and everything about it. I love to write songs and jam them as loud as possible." Jeremy is an extrovert of a whole other kind, and adapts easily to any kind of surrounding. All in all he's just a great guy that loves to have a great time. 

Bud Light StageFinding Friday

Wednesday Feb.14 / 6:00pm

Wednesday Feb.14 / 10:30pm

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Finding Friday is an ipod free zone. No iPods were injured in the making of our music. In other words, its all LIVE, baby!

Bud Light Courtyard StageErica Gonzaba

Tuesday Feb.13 / 6:00pm

Tuesday Feb.13 / 10:30pm

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Erica Gonzaba is a beautiful and charismatic singer/songwriter blessed with a captivating voice. Since the age of 7, Erica has been mesmerizing audiences with her performances. In 2007, she showcased her talent to the world on the international Latin American hit television show Objetivo Fama, known as the Spanish American Idol. Week after week, Erica continuously built a large international fan base after mesmerizing fans with her stunning performances. Throughout 2007 and 2008, Erica performed all over the United States and Latin America before thousands of her fans along with other 'Fama' finalists. Erica has sang for 2 Presidents: President Obama and President George W. Bush. She expanded her talents to Television as the new host of "Road Trippin" on FoxSA and WOAI.

Frontier ClubFive Card Draw Band

Saturday Feb.10 / 8:30pm

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Five Card Draw is a local band from Corpus Christi that serves the needs of anyone seeking live, quality music for their event / occasion.

Frontier ClubNatalie Rose

Friday Feb.16 / 8:30pm

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Coors Cold River SaloonCactus Country Trio

Friday Feb.16 / 4:00pm

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Cactus Country has been performing in South Texas and the Hill Country for over 20 years. They perform at many festivals, conventions, private parties, and trail rides, in addition to performing regularly at Leon Springs Dancehall. They have been featured with many Nashville stars including Rick Trevino, Gary Allan, Tracy Lawrence, Tracy Byrd, Charlie Daniels Band, Chris LeDoux, Clint Black, Johnny Lee, Moe Bandy, Doug Supernaw, and even the Dixie Chicks before they became famous! They have also performed with Tejano stars Roberto Pulido, Emilio Navaira, and Patsy Torres, as well as Grammy award winner David Lee Garza.

Coors Cold River SaloonCody Ray Henry

Saturday Feb.17 / 2:00pm

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The Cody Ray Henry Band is an original band located in the heart of Texas in the small town of Orchard TX. They have a wide variety of Texas Music to please a variety of crowds of all ages. The band is striving to continue to keep good Texas Music alive and going. Thanks to everyone who has supported Cody Ray Henry Texas Music and hope everyone continues to support the Cody Ray Henry Band!!!

Coors Cold River SaloonHill Country Revival

Monday Feb.19 / 12:00pm

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Dripping Springs, TX-one of entry points to the Texas Hill Country- is home base for this young quartet. They play country music with a healthy dose of southern rock influence, driven by the guitar skills of Colton Stieber. Lance Daniel delivers the singing, while drummer Johnny Elrod lays the beats. As bassist Dean Willeford says, “We are not just a band,we are best friends as well. Somehow our paths crossed. The band was just meant to be. We all love music and country life.”

Coors Cold River SaloonBobby Joe Harlow

Tuesday Feb.20 / 5:00pm

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Bobby Joe has been playing music professionally around the world since 1977. After studying violin and piano as a very young boy, his father gave him his first guitar in the winter of 1975. He was unaware of how his life was about to change. Soon, he began writing, performing and recording songs that helped paint the images illustrating his life. In San Antonio, he played with Jeff Kuwamura then off to Baton Rouge, New Orleans and then Houston in the spring of 1980. There he met life long buddies to create the renowned band Feedback with Mark Seeberger, John McCullouch and the legendary Joe White. Bobby Joe returned to Southwest Texas State University and obtained a degree in Political Science. There he met his best friend, Les Moore. The baddest singer, songwriter, guitar beast in the free world. They became bandmates in the Les Moore Band where Bobby Joe played keyboards. Texas would get all it could handle of the rockin' blues experience that was the Les Moore Band. Later, Bobby Joe recorded and toured with angular rockers like The Bad Boys, The Rick Martin Tribe, Zombies of Leisure, Waifs of Destruction, Kopia, Scratch and many others. Currently, he performs as the singer guitar and harmonica player for the best rock cover band in South Texas. Bobby Joe, his son, Dylan, Don Stephens, Rusty Hairston and Bobby Joe Valdez make up the classic...JOE BLOW. Bobby Joe's influences include Les Moore, Bob Dylan, Tom Petty, The Stones, SRV, The Who, Pink Floyd, ZZ Top, The Clash and tons more. When not performing, Bobby Joe has scores of piano, guitar, vocal and recording students that keep him quite busy. 

Wine GardenMark Odom

Thursday Feb.08 / 5:00pm

Friday Feb.09 / 5:00pm

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Wine GardenShaun Michael

Friday Feb.16 / 5:00pm

Saturday Feb.17 / 12:00pm

Saturday Feb.17 / 5:00pm

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Born in South Carolina, grew up in Georgia, and now in Texas. Shaun Michael brings a taste of his many life experiences and observations into his song writing. Performing the last three years as a single acoustic act, he has developed a sense of what people want and what they can relate to. This crowd pleaser obviously loves what he does and shows it in all his work.

Tap RoomWilliam Brogan

Friday Feb.16 / 9:00pm

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Tap RoomBobby Marquez

Saturday Feb.10 / 9:00pm

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The Independent Artist of the Year….the latest honor awarded to Bobby Marquez by the CMA of Texas. The Texas-born singer/songwriter is reaching crowds far and wide…now a member of the Wheeling, West Virginia Jamboree. Appearances on national television and Australian country music award nominations validate his love of country music is shared by many. 

Tap Room PerformersBrance Arnold

Sunday Feb.18 / 9:00pm

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Budlight CantinaRay Gonzales

Monday Feb.19 / 12:00pm

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Budlight CantinaAzteca de America

Sunday Feb.18 / 6:30pm

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Budlight CantinaStefani

Sunday Feb.11 / 5:00pm

Sunday Feb.18 / 12:00pm

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Budlight CantinaMiguel Hernandez

Saturday Feb.17 / 12:00pm

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Coors Cold River SaloonBret Mullins

Friday Feb.23 / 7:00pm

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Tap RoomJade Marie Patek

Thursday Feb.15 / 6:00pm

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Jade Marie Patek comes from a rich musical lineage as the granddaughter of polka legend, Joe Patek, who delighted crowds at dancehalls for decades with his Orchestra. Using her polka roots as inspiration, Jade began writing her own music and performing it live a few years back. Her original music is purely Texan and definitely original. The songs are fueled by life experiences, life lessons and a whole lot of heart and soul. Jade has been performing for the past 9 years at various venues from the Gulf Coast to the San Marcos/New Braunfels/San Antonio area. She has also played and will continue to play at many impressive shows and venues like MusicFest at Steamboat, Rio Frio Fest, River Jam, River Fest, numerous other festivals and national anthems. Jade calls her genre of music “marble rye bread,” showing infusions of Americana/Texas Country with flares of blues, funk and soul. While she’s comfortable listening to Merle Haggard or jamming to Prince or AC/DC, her inspiration comes from greats like Janis Joplin, Susan Tedeschi, Sheryl Crow, Alanis Morissette, Bonnie Raitt, Stevie Nicks and Tracy Chapman. There’s a common theme there if you haven’t noticed. 

Bud Light Courtyard StageRick Reyna Band

Wednesday Feb.21 / 6:00pm

Wednesday Feb.21 / 10:30pm

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Frontier ClubClint Taft & The Buck Wild Band

Wednesday Feb.14 / 7:30pm

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Bud Light Courtyard StageFive Card Draw Band

Saturday Feb.10 / 11:30am

Saturday Feb.10 / 4:00pm

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Frontier ClubBret Mullins Band

Friday Feb.09 / 8:30pm

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Bud Light Courtyard StageMario Flores and the Soda Creek Band

Saturday Feb.24 / 6:00pm

Saturday Feb.24 / 11:00pm

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Tap RoomJohn Eustrom

Friday Feb.09 / 6:00pm

Tuesday Feb.20 / 6:00pm

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A singer/songwriter who likes classic country and Texas artists. My major influences are George Jones, George Strait and Keith Whitley .

Tap RoomBraydon Zink

Wednesday Feb.21 / 6:00pm

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Based in Austin, Braydon Zink hails from the small town of Iliff Colorado. While attending college in Grand Junction to become a 3rd generation lineman, Zink set free a different long brewing craft. At age ten he was introduced to the organ by his grandmother and began learning gospel songs. While attending elementary school he played trumpet and learned how to read music. In sixth grade, with $30 saved, Zink bought his first guitar from Walmart and taught himself to play by listening to his grandparents’ Elvis Presley and Johnny Cash records. Throughout high school he was more involved with sports but continued to play guitar during any little free time. As fate would have it, Zink suffered from severe concussions keeping him from pursuing his dream of playing college sports. Instead he turned to playing his guitar, singing and writing his own songs while performing all over northeastern Colorado. Confident by his loyal following, Zink set his sights on Austin — known as the "Live Music Capital of the World." Zink's music is considered Texas Country, Red Dirt with Outlaw Country and Southern Rock influences. He has been living in Austin for about three years now and has been an opening act for Turnpike Troubadours, Johnny Rodriguez, and Hal Ketchum, just to name a few.

Coors Cold River SaloonJR Herrera

Saturday Feb.24 / 2:00pm

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J.R. is a vocalist/ guitarist from South Texas who has 20 years of experience performing various types of music. J.R. grew up in Edinburg, Tx. where he first began developing his musical talent. After graduating and teaching middle school science in the public school system, he moved to Austin, Texas to further work on exploring his love for country music. Several years later, while still teaching and performing at local establishments and private/corporate events, he decided to leave education and pursue his dream of being a full-time country musician. 

Tap RoomAllan Hendrickson

Saturday Feb.10 / 6:00pm

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Allan Hendrickson, a premier singer, songwriter, guitarist, was born and raised in San Antonio, Texas. Allan is a well rounded musician and singer with a voice that is smooth and captivating, producing success in genres ranging from Big Band standards, Latin, and Country, to down home Texas Blues. Hendrickson's inclination for tradition and the classics has helped him find his true niche in country music. The debut of his first single "Turn Back the Time" is an ode to the archetypal "regretful lover" played in a waltz. Hendrickson cites his biggest Country music influences as Brad Paisley and George Strait; Paisley for his guitar virtuosity and Strait for his incredible vocal delivery. " It's an honor to do what I love, and I hope to deliver performances audiences can enjoy."

Coors Cold River SaloonChrissy Phillips

Thursday Feb.08 / 4:00pm

Friday Feb.23 / 4:00pm

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Growing up in the small town of Hawley, TX, Chrissy Phillips is no stranger to the red dirt scene. She understands the down-home way of life, and beginning in junior high, found her love for Texas Country music. Now 24 years old, that love has never changed. On the contrary, it’s grown immensely. Chrissy was no child prodigy. She didn’t grow up around music, neither of her parents sing or play an instrument, and she only signed up for the occasional school talent show. When she was 16, she bought her own guitar and even still, the rest wasn’t as they say, “history”. It actually wasn’t until February 2014 that she finally entered a singer/songwriter competition on a whim, and discovered that she had a place in Texas Country. From there, not even a year later, she experienced overwhelming success with her original song “Texas”, and released an EP in March 2016. 

Various venues in Abilene and surrounding towns have been lucky to showcase Chrissy Phillips and her music, and with her fan base expanding, this is only the beginning.

Coors Cold River SaloonSmall Town Habit

Tuesday Feb.13 / 5:00pm

Saturday Feb.24 / 7:00pm

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Small Town Habit is a Texas Country Band based out of Floresville Texas. The band plays a wide variety of music ranging from Cross Canadian Ragweed to Gretchen Wilson and from Merle Hagard to The Dixie Chicks. Not only does Small Town Habit do a great job of making cover songs their own, but the group also has a wide variety of original music which is featured on their debut album "Now That You're Here". The album has been a long time coming with all songs written by Krystal & Charlie Franklin. The Album is now available on iTunes, Google Play, Spotify, Amazon Music, and many other music sites. Also, the first single from the album "Just Love" is heading to radio stations all over Texas. 

Bud Light Courtyard StageDrew Fish Band

Friday Feb.09 / 5:30pm

Friday Feb.09 / 11:00pm

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From the minute Cory Morrow pulled Drew up on the legendary Gruene Hall stage to play in front of a sold out crowd, Drew knew he was born to play music. Drew’s early piano training and devotion to song writing touched off his perfect musical storm. Soon after Grammy Award winner Lloyd Maines and Texas Country staple Cory Morrow encouraged Drew to put a band together, the newly formed Drew Fish Band was shaking the Austin music scene. Since then, the DFB has performed energy-filled live shows all over the Lone Star State in renowned venues including The Rustic in Dallas, Blue Light in Lubbock, Coupland Hall in Coupland, City Limits in Stephenville, Banita Creek Hall in Nacogdoches and Stubb’s when they return home. You can also catch them performing as guests on stage with friends Reckless Kelly and Curtis Grimes.

Bud Light Courtyard StageThe Strayhearts

Sunday Feb.11 / 11:30am

Sunday Feb.11 / 4:00pm

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The Strayhearts' self-titled EP isn't just the group's first release as a band, it is the culmination of five years of struggles, resignations, and revival. What started out as frontman and sole songwriter, Mark Monaco's solo writing demo, slowly took shape into what is now a brand new group and brand new musical vision.

Bud Light Courtyard StageBilly Hanson & The Lone Straglers

Thursday Feb.15 / 6:00pm

Thursday Feb.15 / 10:30pm

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Billy Hanson & the Lone Strangers are five guys that enjoy performing for their fans. All coming from a bloodline of great musicians in our families. A new up and coming country band from South Texas that is quickly growing a fan base. The band consists of musicians from San Antonio and Pleasanton, TX that collectively have over 50 years of experience on the music scene. Their music is continually evolving to include every type of music fans want to hear, playing a great fusion of new traditional and Texas country from today’s top artists as well as originals such as their newly recorded song "Better by the Beer". BHLS is currently planning the production of a debut album to be released in the near future. With high energy style performances making them popular with top venues and dancehalls in San Antonio, Corpus Christi, Uvalde and all the surrounding areas, country music fans should have ample opportunities to catch a memorable show from Billy Hanson and the Lone Strangers. BHLS also provides services for Weddings, Corporate Events, Night Clubs and Dance Hall Entertainment.

Bud Light Courtyard StageSonic Radio

Friday Feb.16 / 5:30pm

Friday Feb.16 / 11:00pm

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Sonic Radio (SR) is a one-of-kind, cover band boasting an authentic sound, textured with a swagger all of their own. Based in San Antonio, Texas, the four-piece is comprised of charismatic, seasoned musicians who have been performing professionally for a combined 65 years under the stage spotlight in various local and national acts. Members have been featured on television, radio, and record releases; toured internationally; and shared the stage with artists including Linkin Park, Papa Roach, Jackyl, RATT, Zakk Wylde, Dokken, King Diamond, Bret Michaels, Six Feet Under, Stabbing Westward, GWAR, Tantric and Lynyrd Skynyrd, to name only a few.

Bud Light Courtyard StageHolly Tucker

Sunday Feb.18 / 11:30am

Sunday Feb.18 / 4:00pm

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In a music genre where a great story is key and a sense of genuineness is as important as an artist’s vocal prowess, 24-year-old Holly Tucker is emerging on the Texas Country Music scene as one to watch. Her voice has been described by Blake Shelton as “the most effortless, accurate, and powerful voice” the top-charting country music star has ever heard. That, coupled with Holly’s down-to-earth personality evident in both her lyrics and performances is fast moving Holly’s music onto charts and into hearts in Texas and beyond.

Bud Light Courtyard StageThe Powell Brothers

Monday Feb.19 / 6:00pm

Monday Feb.19 / 10:30pm

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The Powell Brothers are Country/Americana recording artists from Houston, Texas.

Fronted by brothers Taylor Powell (lead vocals) and Blake Powell (lead guitar), the band is currently promoting their latest single, “Coming Home”, released to radio on November 10th. “Coming Home” is only the first in a long line of new music to come, as the band is currently working on their first full-length album (‘On My Mind’) to be released in the Summer of 2018.

Bud Light StageKaty Mckenzie

Tuesday Feb.20 / 6:00pm

Tuesday Feb.20 / 10:30pm

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About me: I started writing songs and playing guitar when I was pretty young. I started playing open mics everywhere I could, and much to my embarrassment, at family gatherings. As time went on this hobbyturned into a passion and then into a career. This past year I wrote and recorded my first ever EP FREEDOM. Getting to see words I'd written come to life in the studio was an incredible experience. Writing songs, and singing is what I've always loved from the very beginning, and it is the root of all my passion. I have made some amazing memories pursuing this crazy dream and hopefully many more to come. 

Frontier ClubRick Reyna Band

Thursday Feb.15 / 8:30pm

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The Rick Reyna Band is made up of seasoned musicians who love playing country music and have played nearly every night club, bar, dancehall, and county fair in The Lone Star State and beyond. These talented musicians grab the audience with powerful, heart-felt ballads and entertaining danceable favorites that keep them on their feet for hours- always wanting more.

Coors Cold River SaloonMario Flores & The Soda Creek Band

Friday Feb.16 / 7:00pm

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In 2007, Mario Flores formed The Soda Creek Band in Helotes, TX. He and the band currently play all across the state of Texas. In August 2010, Mario released his first full length CD "Fighting the Fool" featuring some of Texas finest musicians and songwriters. He followed that up in August 2012 with his sophmore CD "I Didn't Pick this Life" which has seen great results on the Texas charts. He earned his first #1 with "Got a Bad Feeling." 

Frontier ClubChilton Vance Band

Saturday Feb.24 / 8:30pm

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Coors Cold River SaloonMatt & The Herdsman

Friday Feb.09 / 7:00pm

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A Texas Country band emerging from Edinburg, Texas (in the depths of the Rio Grande Valley), Matt and The Herdsmen provide audiences across the state with original music that has captured the attention of radio, industry and listeners. Led by Matt Castillo, who formed The Herdsmen in 2013, this talented foursome has seen massive growth in their short time together!