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Game Night - Irish Session

Wed, June 26 / 730 PM

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Irish Jam Session at 7:30pm. Games are available all evening.

Board games are hot right now — whether it’s the new Euro-style games like Settlers of Catan, Carcassonne, 7 Wonders or Power Grid, or you’re kickin’ it old school with traditional games like the Trumpesque, land-grabbing Monopoly. For a great midweek diversion, head on over to the Mucky Duck for a pint and a little tabletop competition; they’ve been at it for almost 25 years. 
We checked in with Stevie Hazlewood, day manager for McGonigel’s Mucky Duck, and she says the club stocks a nice selection of titles for the Wednesday night Game Night and Irish Session.  “It runs the gamut from Connect Four, to Scrabble, Yahtzee, Risk, three different versions of Monopoly, Scattergories, Cards Against Humanity,” says Hazlewood. Play one of those games or bring your own, and scarf down pub snacks like fish and chips, Welsh rarebit and the club’s famous shepherd’s pie." 

Best of all, there’s no cover. 7:30 p.m.- Susie Tommaney - Houston Press
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Peterson Brothers

Thu, June 27 / 7 PM

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 The Peterson Brothers combine youthful energy and modern influences with soul, funk, blues & jazz to a create a sound that is uniquely their own. Their live shows feature jam-band style improvisation.


Led by Glenn Jr. and Alex, the Peterson Brothers have toured throughout the United States, and had the opportunity to play with and open for the likes of Gary Clark Jr., Robert Randolph and the Family Band, Kenny Wayne Shepherd, Buddy Guy, the late B.B. King and other musical greats. They have also played festivals throughout the U.S., including the Chicago Blues Festival, Minnesota State Fair, Riverbend Festival, Austin City Limits Festival, Ogden Roots and Blues, King Biscuit Festival, Old Settler’s Music Fest, Kerrville Folk Festival Lancaster Blues & Roots, Allentown Blues, Brews & Barbecue, and many more.

 

With a standing room only weekly residency at Austin’s famed music hall, The Continental Club, the Peterson Brothers have been referred to as, “The future of Austin music” by Mark Murray of Sun Radio, and “Some of the most talented musicians I have seen come out of Austin” by Jamfeed.


“The Peterson Brothers Band are the new rising stars on the Austin music scene.” – Examiner.com

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Market Junction

Thu, June 27 / 930 PM

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Market Junction. Not a place as the name implies but rather the name of a band that has engaged fans with their songs of love and loss since 2012 when they released their freshman effort, Heroes Have Gravestones.


The last couple of years, the founding members Matt Parrish, Justin Lofton and Taylor Hilyard have been honing their craft of songwriting and stirring up a buzz on the scene. Joining the trio for full band shows is drummer Michael Blattell. This group has opened for such acts as Randy Rogers, Cory Morrow, Ray Wylie Hubbard, and Little Texas.


Their 2016 sophomore release, Against The Grindstone, showed the maturing of the band and earned them a great name in the songwriting community including high praise from Cory Morrow and Drew Womack. Drew is very excited about the music that Market Junction makes saying “Market Junction has such a unique sound and a huge part of their sound comes out of front man, Matt Parrish’s mouth! Beautiful lead vocals and the harmonies are spot on. 


The songs have a depth that country radio desperately needs these days. 

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Sue Foley

Fri, June 28 / 7 PM

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2019 Juno Award Nominee - Blues Album of the Year

2019 Maple Blues Award Winner - Guitarist of The Year

2019 Blues Music Award Nominee:

Song of The Year - “The Ice Queen”

Koko Taylor Award - Traditional Blues Female 

“An exceptional modern blues album.” - All Music Guide 

“An admitted standout.” - Downbeat

“Masterful.” - The Morton Report

“One of the premier modern blues guitarists.” - Guitar Player Magazine

“This country’s finest blues guitarist.” - Toronto Globe and Mail

“The Ice Queen is on Fire!” - Austin Chronicle


The Ice Queen (released Mar 2018) is Sue Foley’s twelfth solo album, and represents her full circle journey back to Austin, Texas where she began her recording career. Joining Foley is a trio of legendary Texas guitar slingers – Jimmie Vaughan, Z.Z.Top’s Billy F Gibbons and Charlie Sexton - as well as a host of other Lone Star State all-stars. “When I was a teenager I idolized Jimmie Vaughan and Billy Gibbons,” Foley says. “They're both legends now so this feels like an historical event (at least it does for me).”


Sue Foley is a multi-award-winning musician and one of the finest blues and roots artists working today. She is a veritable triple-threat as a guitarist, songwriter and vocalist. As with many blues women of the past, Foley has a long history of defying convention and being a positive role model for aspiring, young female musicians. 


Foley, born in Ottawa, Canada started her professional career at 16 and by the age of 21, had moved to Austin, Texas to record for Antone’s, the esteemed blues label and historic nightclub that helped launch the career of Stevie Ray Vaughan, The Fabulous Thunderbirds and many others. In the decades that have followed, Foley has been busy touring and recording steadily, all while toting her signature pink paisley Fender Telecaster. In 2001, she won the prestigious Juno Award (Canadian equivalent of the Grammy). Foley also holds the record for the most Maple Blues Awards, has earned three Trophees de Blues de France and has garnered several nominations at the Blues Music Awards in Memphis. 


The Ice Queen represents Sue Foley’s commitment to her craft, reestablishing her place among in the blues pantheon of great guitarists songwriters and story tellers—the heroes and heroines who’s footsteps she walks so proudly in. “I’m still in love with blues music and I’m just happy to be out here spreading the good word. In the blues you keep growing and every year you have more of yourself to give. It’s a life long journey and I’m just in the middle of it, enjoying every second.” 


Sue Foley will be on tour throughout 2019, and is currently working on the follow up to The Ice Queen.

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Piper Jones

Fri, June 28 / 930 PM

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Piper Jones Band is centered around beautifully and energetically played Highland bagpipes accompanied by the percussive chords of the bouzouki and drum. In addition to original instrumentals and traditional tunes from Ireland, Scotland, and Appalachia, the group sings powerful harmonies and can lead the audience in traditional Celtic dances. They bring authentic traditional music in an entertaining form. 


Piper Jones Band seeks to share abundant spirit, life-filled dance tunes, and song – with those who know Celtic music well and with those who are hearing it for the first time.


The band’s new album REVEL GROVE celebrates the spirit of the festivals the band embodies. Their first album The Wandering Stars has been played on the BBC Radio Scotland’s program Pipeline, NPR’s The Thistle and Shamrock, and has been enjoyed on the WNCW Celtic Winds program. With the recent release of Crossing the Sabine, Piper Jones Band is expected to reach even wider audiences.


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Hadden Sayers

Sat, June 29 / 7 PM

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'Hadden is pretty much my hero.'' ----Billy Gibbons, ZZ Top


''Houston's best all around rock guitarist.'' ----The Austin Chronicle


''Sayers duet with label-mate Ruthie Foster is a solid contender for any critics' ''Blues Duet of the Year'' lists. This song is brilliant.'' - ----Blueswax

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Toni Price

Sat, June 29 / 930 PM

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This singer has carved out a special place here in the live music capital, where she owns one of the most extraordinary local legacies of any musician in the last 30 years.  

Though she’s rarely published songs, five of Price’s albums rank among Waterloo Records‘ 100 all-time bestsellers. And without touring, her hometown concerts remain bona fide tourist attractions. Price’s “Hippie Hour” at the Continental Club, which lasted 22 years, stands as the most successful residency in Austin music history.
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Johnny Nicholas

Tue, July 2 / 730 PM

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Johnny Nicholas has spent a lifetime soaking up the flavor of such vibrant music scenes as Chicago, Southwest Louisiana and Texas (which he’s called home now for nearly 40 years). His music is full-spectrum Americana — a rich gumbo of not just blues, but cajun, swing, folk, and barrelhouse rock ’n’ roll.


He is a consummate songwriter, as well as a gifted vocalist and multi instrumentalist.