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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - January 14, 2011, New Braunfels, Texas Page 12 - Herald-Zeitung - Friday, January 14, 2011 Lots of music playing this week at local venues I hough the* weather is getting colder, the music in our area is heating up as local venues are gearing up for the new year. Gruene Hall has several major artists coming to town. First up is country music icon and Country Music Hall of I ame member Mel Tillis. He will play on Saturday night, Jan r 1 22, and will On Jan. 29, THIS WEEK’S CONCERT CALENDAR I louston hoy DALE MARTIN R o d n e y Dale Martin writes , _ ■■ almut musk, lie can (.rOWel I will /*' reached at dale hegill his tartinsmusic com “Chinaberry Sidewalk Tour” at the historic venue. Crowell will release his autobiography ‘(ihinaber-ry Sidewalk’ on Jan. 18 and his acoustic tour will start right here in our city. Do not miss this show — Crowell is easily one of the best singer songwriters alive today. Raul Malo will bring his amazing voice to town on Feb. 5 and as past shows by Malo prove, this guy is a fantastic entertainer. Boz Skaggs was born in Canton, Ohio but moved to Plano, Texas when he was a teenager. I le soon met Steve Miller and they formed their first band, The Marksman. ADOBE VERDE, GRUENE (1724 Hunter Road 830-629-0777) Tonight - Tractor Brothers Sat - Garrett Heinrichs Sun - Tom Gillam Thu - Garrett Heinrichs BILLY'S ICE (1193 Loop 337 830-629-8169) Tonight - Lincoln Durham Sat - Glenn Paulk / Jaime Cortinas Sun - Jeremy Steding Mon - Jason Bednorz Tue - Dub Miller Thu - David Fenley CHEATHAM STREET WAREHOUSE (119 Cheatham Street 512-353-3777) Tonight - Slaid Cleaves Sat - Whiskey Myers Tue - Midnight River Choir Wed - Kent Finlay's Songwriter Circle Thu - Brandon Rhyder FARM TO MARKET (Castell @ Friesenhaus 830-629- 2223) Sat-Lucas Taylor FLOORES COUNTRY STORE (14492 Old Bandera Rd 210-695-8827) Tonight - Lee Winright / Buster Jiggs Sat - Nick Lawrence Thu - Rob Baird / Micky & the Motorcars GRUENE HALL (1281 Gruene Rd 830-606-1281) Tonight - Ponty Bone & the Squeezetones S8t - Chris Ruest Band / Owen Temple / Max Stalling Sun. - Ruby Jane Show / Clay McClinton Mon - Bret Graham Tue - Tom Gillam & Walt Wilkins Wed - The Will Callers Thu - Bo Porter GRUENE GRIND COFFEE COMPANY (2348 Gruene Lake Dr. 830-620-0440) Sat - Stephen Currel HARMONY SWEET 2405 Lifehaus Industrial Drive - 830-387-5100 Tonight-Project Oryon LONE STAR MUSIC (1243 Gruene Rd, 830-643-0318) Tues - Scott Wiggins Band (6pm) PHOENIX SALOON (193 W San Antonio, 830-643-1400) Tonight - Clay Jeffrey Band Sat - Adam Johnson & Friends Sun - Al Barlow (2pm) Tue - Stephanie Briggs / Drew Kennedy & Gordy Quist Wed - Capt. Mudhole / Devil's Hollow & Friends Thu - Happy Hour w/Luke Leverett RILEY'S TAVERN (8894 FM 1102 512-392-3132) Tonight - Bo Porter Sat - JWW & the Prospectors Sun - Open Mic Night w/ Glenn Allan Mon - Jack Higgenbotham Thu - Opie Hendrix UPTOWN PIANO BAR (295 E. San Antonio Street 830-708-5411) Tue. - Brett Cline Wed. - Luvine Elias, Jr. Thu. - Luvine Elias, Jr. Fri. - Erik James Sat. - Erik James TAVERN IN THE GRUENE (830 Gruene Rd 830-608-0438) Tonight - Tom Gillam Sat - Nick Versoza Sun - Dead Rock Stars TOBACCO HAUS (651 N. Bus. 35 #525, 830-620-7473) Tonight - Timmy Sturgen Sat-Ben Schane WATER 2 WINE (185 S. Seguin Ave 830-609-9463) Sat - Fein Tuned Please send upcoming live music info to: firstname.lastname@example.org They later formed the Steve Miller Band and the rest is history. Skaggs went solo in 1968 but never reached major success until he released “Silk Degrees” in 1976. You can bet he will be performing hits from all phases of his career when he plays Gruene Hall Feb. 18. Last but not least is a three-day run featuring Reckless Kelly and the Reverend Horton Heat, beginning Feb. 24. For more on these sliows plus many others, visit gruenehall.com. The Phoenix Saloon The Phoenix Saloon has some really cool shows taking place each week, starting tonight with the Clay Jeffrey Band. This hot three piece band from Austin will blow you away with their style and technique, especially when you realize Clay plays an acoustic guitar. Think Monte Montgomery New Year Land Sale meets Lynyrd Skynyrd if someone asks you what they sound like. Saturday brings the blues guitar magic of the young Adam Johnson back to the Phoenix. Adam will be bringing some friends each week to jam onstage, so if you get a chance, check this guy out, he’s the real deal. Drew Kennedy continues his Tuesday night song swap and next week welcomes Gordy Quist from The Band of Heathens. Devil’s Hollow is playing every Wednesday in CORRAL OLD GRINGO Perfect for every Rodeo outfit! January and February, each week inviting a special guest musician to help them record a “Live at the Phoenix" album. The list of friends is impressive, so check it out at thephoenixsa-loon.com. I was saddened to hear that singer songwriter Gary Claxton passed away last week. Claxton was a regular performer at Gruene Hall and at the Continental Club in Austin. He was a member of the Texas super group Heybale that included guitarist Redd Volkaert and pianist Earl Poole Ball. Heybale formed in Nashville but moved to Austin in 1999 where they have remained. He is sur vived by his wife Mandy and at press time, there was no word on whether Heybale would continue as a band without Claxton. Brauntex Theatre The new season starts next week at the beautiful Brauntex Theatre with an amazing schedule of shows. I’ll be previewing each one as they come around, but don’t wait, get those tickets now. Jeremy Davis & the Fabulous Equinox Orchestra performs on Jan. 22, a great tribute to the pop band ABBA happens on Feb. 5, and last but not least, the Shake, Rattle & Roll Oldies Doo-Wop Show comes to town on Feb. 11. See their website for more info at brauntex.org. House Concerts The 2011 season of New Braunfels house concerts kick off this Sunday featuring The Steel Wheels, a talented folk band from Virginia. The four piece band is definitely Americana, said host Elaine Hayden. “I saw them in Memphis at the International Folk Alliance Conference and knew I just had to get them to New Braunfels,” Hayden said. Hayden’s house concerts are legendary, so contact hei right away at 830-625-0859 to get all the info and show schedule. Doors open at 4:30 and music starts at 5pm. There is a $20 suggested donation at the door and a potluck dinner is served between the sets. Find her on facebook.com/nbhousecon-certs. pancing P Q/} ^ Fashion Boutique 249 W. 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