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August 17, 2012

Things to Do: Entertainment listings for Aug. 17-23

— Country music reigns supreme this weekend across Southeast Texas and Southwest Louisiana as two big shows take place on Friday night. Whether you like country, rock, variety or even community theater, it’s a sure bet you can find something to enjoy somewhere this week.

• Lutcher Theater, 707 W. Main, Orange. Sunday, Lindsey Buckingham, $35-$65. All ages.

• Texas Longhorn Club, 2378 Hwy. 109 S. Vinton, La. Friday, Chris Cagle, $15-$20. Ages 18 and older. 337-589-5647

• Orange Community Players, 708 W. Division Ave. Orange. Friday - Sunday, “A Salute to the Carol Burnett Show,” $8-$15. 409-882-9137

• Cotton's Cay, 8379 N. Highway 87, Orange. Friday, Old Trick, $5. Saturday, karaoke, free. Ages 18 and older. 409-886-9042.

• The Barking Dog, 109 Fifth St., Orange. Friday, karaoke. All ages. 409-330-4065

• Club 87, 2348 Ivy Lane, Orange. Friday, karaoke with The River Rat. Saturday, Three Legged Dawg appreciation party featuring Aaron Chesson and the Bayou City Rollers and Southern Boys, free. Sunday, Aaron Chesson and the Bayou City Rollers (5 - 9 p.m.) Ages 18 and older. 409-746-9699

• Eagles Lodge, 803 N 28th St, Orange. Friday, Open pool tournament. 409-886-7381

• Bayou Club, 2210 Simmons Dr., Orange. Thursday - Saturday, karaoke, free. Ages 21 and older. 409-882-9299.

• Big Nasty's, 1195 Texas Avenue, Bridge City. Saturday, Scott McGill and Old Dog Mac, free. Ages 21 and older. 409-697-3053.

• Benoit's Louis Hall, 3085 Hwy 12, Vidor. Friday, Jerry Nichols and Texas Thunder, $10. Ages 21 and older. 409-769-3321

• Madison's, 4020 Dowlen, Beaumont. Saturday, JAG. Tuesday, Kris Harper, Thomas Cokinos, Todd Conger, free. Wednesday, karaoke, free. 409-924-9777.

• Goodfellas, 3350 Dowlen Road, Ste. H, Beaumont. Friday, Alex Rozell. Saturday, Jerry Mullin. Wednesday, Katie and Mike. 409-861-2500 (Beaumont)

• Logon Cafe, 3805 Calder Ave, Beaumont. Saturday, open mic night. Monday, Night and Day Orchestra, $10. Tuesday, karaoke.

• Thirsty's, 229 Dowlen Road, Beaumont. Friday, UltraSuede, free. Saturday, Shane Jones and guests, free. Ages 21 and older. 409-866-6066.

• Mackenzie's Pub, 229 Dowlen Rd., Ste# 9b, Beaumont. Friday, The Rick Show, $7. Tuesday, Ed Dix and Friends, free. Ages 21 and older. 409-866-2288.

• Pacesetter Lounge, 6358 Phelan Blvd. Beaumont. Friday, Jamie Talbert and the Band of Demons, $5. Ages 21 and older. 409-866-2100

• Major League Grill, 4430 Dowlen Road, Beaumont. Saturday, Six String Mafia. 409-898-7500

• Cafe Del Rio, 2830 Interstate 10 E, Beaumont. Friday, The Alley Kats. Saturday, Center Stage. Wednesday, Bronco Jr. All ages. 409-347-1644

• Luke’s, 2325 Calder St, Beaumont. Friday, David Lee Kaiser. Saturday, Justin Judalet and Tyler Darby. Wednesday, Jamie Talbert. 409-347-8139 • The Art Studio, 720 Franklin St, Beaumont. Saturday, See You in the Morning, We Are Wombat, Happenstance, $5. All ages. 409-838-5393

• Starvin' Marvin's, 2310 N. 11th St., Beaumont. Friday, Phillip Glyn, free. Tuesday, open mic jam, free. Wednesday, David Joel Band, free. Call 409-347-0058 for info.

• The Grill, 6680 Calder Ave., Beaumont. Friday-Saturday, Swinging Gringos. 409-866-0039

• Tradewinds Tavern, 2355 IH 10, Beaumont. Tuesday, Alex Rozell. Wednesday, Jimmy Kaiser. Ages 21 and older. 409-842-3600

• The Gig, Crockett Street, Beaumont. Friday, Six String Mafia. Saturday, Sabine River Band. Wednesday, open mic night. Ages 18 and older.

• Tequilla Rok, 260 Crockett Street, Beaumont. Friday, Mad Maude and The Hatters, Barelands, $5. Ages 18 and older.

• Suga's, 461 Bowie Street, Beaumont. Friday, Wayne Cook. Saturday, Earl Collins. Sunday, Kay Miller.

• Victoria House, 2110 Victoria, Beaumont. Monday, Habitat, Native America, $5.

• Honky Tonk Texas, 2389 Highway 96 S. Silsbee. Friday, Kevin Fowler, Curtis Grimes, $20. Saturday, Al White and Chapparall, $5. Ages 21 and older.

• Dylan's, 8601 Ninth Ave., Port Arthur. Friday, JAG. Saturday, Do Not Destroy. Tuesday, Blake Sticker. Wednesday, karaoke, free. Ages 21 and older. 409-722-1600.

• The Place, 5875 W. Port Arthur Rd. Port Arthur. Saturday, Three Way Switch, free. Ages 21 and older. 409-736-2650.

• Jake’s Place, 1214 Spurlock Road, Nederland. Saturday, karaoke, free. Ages 21 and older. 409-721-5852.

• King’s Cue Stick, 8160 9th Ave, Port Arthur. Saturday, Octopoodle, Spindrum, $5. 409-722-8899

• Rancho Grande, 7670 Memorial Boulevard, Port Arthur. Monday, JAG, free. 409-729-9105

• The Boudain Hut, 5714 Gulfway Drive, Port Arthur. Sunday, Wednesday, Phillip Glyn and Daze. Friday-Saturday, Creole Cookin’. Tuesday, karaoke. 409-962-5079.

• Mr. Giggles, 3601 N. Twin City Hwy. Jefferson City Shopping Center, Port Arthur. Thursday, karaoke. Friday, Chris Bob Band with Tony Faulk, $5-$8. Saturday, Karaoke. Ages 21 and older. 409-960-6395

• Capri Club, 8585 9th Ave, Port Arthur. Thursday- Friday, Lucky Star Karaoke. Saturday, My Beautiful Disaster, $5. Ages 21 and older. 409-724-1030

• Larry's French Market, 3701 FM 366, Groves. Friday, Zydecane. Saturday, Gregg Martinez and the Delta Kings. 409-962-3381.

• Pine Tree Lodge, 3296 Pinetree Road, LaBelle. Saturday, Eazy, free.

• Tiki Too Bar and Grill, 45735 Interstate 10, Winnie. Friday, High Street, $5. Saturday, DJ James. Ages 21 and older. 409-296-2522.

• Al-T’s, 338 Spur 5 Tx 124 at the Comfort Inn & Suites, Winnie. Friday-Saturday, karaoke, free. 409-296-9818


• The Gator Lounge, 2717 Delta Downs Drive, La. Friday - Saturday, Dog Hill Stompers, free. Ages 21 and older.

• Caribbean Cove, 100 Westlake Ave. Westlake, La. Friday, Brad Brinkley and Comfort Zone, free. Saturday, The Kadillacs, free. Wednesday, Troy Markes and No Idea, free. Ages 21 and older.

• Otis and Henry’s, at Isle of Capri Hotel, Lake Charles, La. Friday, Kris Harper and Matt Moss. 337-395-7102

• Yesterday’s Night Club, 5313 Common St.,  Lake Charles, La. Friday, Joel Martin Project. Saturday, James Dupre. Sunday, Brad Sapia and Bayou Soul. Ages 21 and older.

• Luna Live, 710 Ryan St., Lake Charles, La., 70601, Lake Charles, La. Friday, Dax Riggs with Marvelous Wonderfuls. Saturday, Signature. 337-433-4388

• Luna Bar and Grill, 719 Ryan St., Lake Charles, La. Friday, Street Side Jazz Band. Saturday, Mike Dolan. Ages 18 and older. 337-494-5862

• Miccis Piano Bar, 3935 Ryan St., Lake Charles, La. Friday, Chasing Daylight. Saturday, John Guidroz. 337-478-0606

• Twiggy’s, 2609 Ryan St.,  Lake Charles, La. Saturday, XeveX, Ashes of a Martyr, Sky Hog, Reign of Thrash, Harvester. Ages 18 and older. 337-421-0045

• The Porch Coffee House, 4710 Common St.,  Lake Charles, La. Friday, Eric Lindell. 337-564-5769

• Cigar Club, 1700 East Prien Lake Road Lake Charles, La. Friday, Huber Mickey Smith Jr., free. Saturday, Street Side Jazz Band, free. Wednesday, Paul Gonsoulin, free. Ages 21 and older. 337-562-8889

Send all entertainment listings to or call 409-721-2819.

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