Fort Worth, Texas
Walker & The Texas Dangers
Featuring : The Maness Brothers
Walker and the Texas Dangers
Head first into good old pickin’, Walker and the Texas Dangers sling a lively concoction—gritty stories told with slapped up treatment. Bound like downhill freight, the songs indicate no desire for slowing. “Grass is always greener on the other side,” colored by a nasal cry, Brett Walker leads the band with broad fervency. The music these boys make canters and spills out across the packed house. Bluegrass with a demon’s edge, they sit a couple of notches away from speedgrass’ infamy. With just enough push on the needle, they get the beast rumbling. There’s a call from out front, huffing and puffing; through the set, the crowd rides the shakes and shudders as the songs carry them along the wilds of open country. Adding a little croon to the mix, they curl through a smoking rendition of “Sharp Dressed Man.”
February 2, 2015 8PM |
Featuring : The City Light Singers
Journalist-author-illustrator-historian-musician-playwright Michael Price headlines an all star cast of local musos. Come by for an evening of Carpenters and Dylan-esque folk harmonies for FREE!
February 5, 2015 8PM | FREE
Don’t Forget to Feed Me “Who Do You Love?”
Featuring : Valentine Pet Food Drive Yappy Hour Kick-Off
Join Don’t Forget to Feed Me at Shipping & Receiving to kick off our 2015 “Who Do You Love?” Pet Food Drive!
Where: Shipping & Receiving, 201 South Calhoun Street, Fort Worth
When: Thursday, February 5, 2015 from 5 to 7pm
Who: You, all your friends, and even your pets!
What to Bring: PET FOOD!
Pet-themed drink specials!
Pets Welcome! Bring your pet for treats!
Concert ticket giveaway from S&R!
5% of the bar proceeds go to DF2FM during the event, so come thirsty!
February 5, 2015 8PM |
Two Ton Folk
Featuring : Todd Mayo
In January 2012, after a series of personal events, Todd moved back to the Lonestar State to rest, recharge, and reevaluate. Todd continued to write music true to his family, his friends, and himself, but Two Ton Folk remained on hiatus until the summer of 2014.
February 7, 2015 8PM |
Sunday Night Live
Featuring : Katsuk
This event is cosponsored by Unity Fort Worth but it’s not a religious service btw. It’s a gathering of all different kinds of folks that make up this town and a great opportunity for conversation by all.
February 8, 2015 8PM | FREE
Monday Shuffleboard Tournament
Featuring : A $50 prize for the winner!
Come test your might on the shuffleboard table at our weekly tournament! The winner gets $50, and a shot at our $500 grand prize!
February 9, 2015 8PM | FREE
Featuring : The Bucket List Jazz Band
Jim Milan’s dream of bringing together musical arrangements (written and recorded in the 1930′s and 1950′s by a gifted arranger and clarinetist, Matty Matlock) with contemporary , professional musicians . . . . the culmination of what is today The Bucket List Jazz Band. The musicians are some of the best in the DFW area. They come from various walks of life including college music professors, high school band directors, free lance musicians, and the corporate business world. They are all dedicated to presenting, preserving, and promoting classic jazz.
It’s a FREE show at 8pm.
February 12, 2015 8PM | FREE
Year of the Bear
Featuring : Signals & Alibis
Year of the Bear:
“A trio made up of former Lift to Experience bassist Josh Browning and husband-wife team Robby and Jennifer Rux (on drums and guitars, respectively), Year of the Bear applies a grungy, psychedelic gloss to its straight-ahead garage rock. Formed last year, the group has released its debut recording, a seven-inch single featuring two addictive cuts, Super 8 and That Violent Light. (Hear the band at yearofthebear1111.bandcamp.com.)” – Preston Jones
February 13, 2015 8PM |
Featuring : Trillegate Trio
Since meeting in 2007, the Trillegate Trio’s founding members have not stopped bringing groove-oriented originality to the beautiful, groovacious Front Range scene. Consisting of Will Reynolds on the drums, Matt Giancola on keys/synths, and Brian Phillips on saxophone, the group aims to bring head-bobbing and all manner of git-down.
February 19, 2015 8PM |
Tejas Voodoo Revue (Live Music Showcase)
Featuring : Autumn Barr (The Chanteuse), Hightower featuring Lindsay Hightower, and Shake The Moon
Tejas Voodoo Revue is a live collective collaboration between some of the best emerging artists, musicians, dancers, performers and vendors joining together at one of the coolest bars to throw one hell of a party.
LIVE MUSIC SHOWCASE
FOOD TRUCKS & VENDORS
THEMED DRINK SPECIALS
DANCING ALL NIGHT LONG
Line Up Starts at 9pm on Outdoor Stage
9pm — Autumn Barr (The Chanteuse)
10pm — Hightower featuring Lindsay Hightower
11pm — Shake The Moon
February 21, 2015 8PM | $10
Featuring : Special Guests
The Harms is a band based in Austin, TX founded by veteran song writer Chase Frank in 2012 2nd wave Members: Chase Frank (Vocals, gtr), Jennifer Monsees (Vocals, bass), Jessica Alexander (drums). Featured rotating guest member: Joseph Woullard (on sax, flute / of Black Joe Lewis).
The Harms blend surfy garage rock, keen lyrics, harmonies, riffy psychedelia, and a dash of punk in their saucy siren songs
February 27, 2015 8PM |
Featuring : Pageantry
Pageantry: From the small music town of Denton Pageantry has emerged as a riveting and unique voice in the Texas music scene with its chaotic blend of dream pop, odd-metered shoe-gaze and lo-fi pop.
Canvas Bride: “Painting in colors and shapes” defines the soul flavor of Canvas Bride’s music. This group of young musicians melds multiple sounds, and quirky lyrics to craft fairytale like worlds for the listener to explore. Basically, they really love telling good stories.
February 28, 2015 8PM |
Featuring : Salim Nourallah and Exit 380
Austin’s own Ben Kweller makes his triumphant return to Shipping & Receiving!
Ben Kweller, backed by his full band will play South Main Saturdays on April 18. Kweller has released 5 full length albums, three EPs and collaborated on many others. His genius appears on albums from Bright Eyes , Guster, The Bens and various others. Kweller is a force within the Texas music scene and has an undeniable national and international following. Salim Nourallah and Exit 380 will open. Tickets are $20 in advance, $25 the day of.