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April 5, 2013

Busy weekend for music, fun



Friday, April 5

• Josh Turner, Holly Williams, Jody Booth at Nutty Jerry’s

• Dale Watson at Honky Tonk Texas

• Paul Orta and the Kingpins at The Embers Club

• John Thibodeaux Band at Cotton’s Cay

• Jackson Taylor and The Sinners at Jack Daniels Bar and Grill

• Texas Haywire Band at Doug’s Bar and Grill

• The Onlies at Dharma

• Avaris at King’s Cue Stick

• Creole Cookin’ at The Boudain Hut

• Wayne Dylan at The Pompano Club

• The Kaiser Brothers at Thirsty’s

• The Classix at Gator Lounge

• Ward, Bowen and Steinman at Logon Cafe

• Party Chiefs at Starvin Marvin’s

• Larry Tillery Band at Dylan’s

• Hamilton Loomis Band, Mike Zito at Madison’s

• John Cessac at Tibideaux’s

• Carl Richardson at Otis and Henry’s

• George Keys at Ember Grille and Wine Bar

• Zydecane at Caribbean Cove

• Steel Shot at Yesterday’s

• Acoustics Anonymous at Pacesetter Lounge

• Al White and Chapparal at Double H Bar and Grill

• John Guidroz at Miccis Piano Bar

• Dickie and the Tornadoes at Cafe Del Rio

• Scott Desomoreaux at Luke’s

• Kory Fontenot at Cigar Club

• Ronnie Stallworth at Suga’s Deep South

• Sweet Stevie and Rockett at The Thirsty Rose

• Black Pistol Fire at Luna Live

• Avaris, Shawn Whitaker, Behelit, Misanthropic Inoculation, Christ Malformation at King’s Cue Stick

• Ken Marvel and Swamp Rock at Larry’s French Market

• Bronco Jr. at Uncle Bill’s

Saturday, April 6

• Symphony of Southeast Texas at Julie Rogers Theatre

• Second Nature at Cigar Club

• Crossroads at Pine Tree Lodge

• Eric Tessmer at Big Nasty’s

• Ramzie Redd and 20/20 at Doug’s Bar and Grill

• Street Side Jazz Band at Dharma

• Creole Cookin’ at The Boudain Hut

• Reed Planchard at Lucky Longhorn Casino

• Wayne Cook at New York Pizza and Pasta (Beaumont-downtown)

• Trevor Batson at Thirsty’s

• The Classix at Gator Lounge

• Book of Days at Logon Cafe

• Still Cruisin’ at Starvin’ Marvin’s

• Champagne Room at Dylan’s

• Downfall Rising at Luna Live

• Southern Roads at Club 87

• David Joel and Alastair White at Major League Grill

• Flava at Madison’s

• Alex Rozell at Beau Reve

• Lee Pelly at Tibideaux’s

• George Keys at Ember Grille and Wine Bar

• The Coleman Brothers at Caribbean Cove

• Krossfyre at Yesterday’s

• Chaos featuring Tony Faulk at King’s Cue Stick

• Mike Benavidez at Miccis Piano Bar

• The Alley Kats at Cafe Del Rio

• Blake Sticker at Tammy’s

• Dickie and the Tornadoes at Jake’s Place

• Jimmy Kaiser at Luke’s

• Earl Collins at Suga’s Deep South

• Brad Brinkley and Comfort Zone at Capri Club

• Tim Norris at Stellar Beans Coffee House

• Al White and Chapparal at Honky Tonk Texas

• Jackie Caillier and Cajun Cousins at Larry’s French Market

• Larry Tillery Band, Simple Design, Illusion Five, My Dissent, Bandit’s Crossing at Uncle Bill’s

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