IMPORTANT NOTE

Due to continued issues with my arm, I will not be doing links in The PartyList. All promos will be done through Twitter.
Thank you for understanding. CountryBlessings!

Thursday, January 29, 2015

THE PARTY LIST - January 29 - February 3, 2015

Note: Please remember to check with the venue as to whether or not there is a cover charge or ticket required for the shows you plan to attend. Also, some venues have an age restriction. I have provided links to the venues when possible, making it easy for you to check it out.

Not all events take place in Texas. With that in mind I will begin listing them not only by day but by TEXAS and ON THE ROAD. With that in mind…

Let’s Get This Party STARTED!

TEXAS
Thursday  - 29
W. C. JamesonThe Badu – Llano – 7 p.m.
                /w Mike Blakely & Guest:
john Arthur martinezBlue CornHarvest – Cedar Park – 6:30 p.m.
                FREE with Dinner purchase
Breelan AngelFilthy McNasty’s – Fort Worth – 8:45 p.m.
Cameran NelsonHank’s Grill – McKinney
Aubrey Lynn EnglandCooterBrown’s Saloon – Helotes – 8 p.m.


Friday – 30
Tracy LawrenceDosey Doe’s – The Woodlands – 8:30 p.m.
Jon WolfeWhiskey Girl Saloon – Fort Worth – 9 p.m.
Billy Joe ShaverFloore’s – Helotes – 8:30 p.m.
                /wDoug Moreland
Granger SmithHurricane Harry’s – College Station
Dave ThomasLove & War inTexas – Grapevine – 9 p.m.
Mike BlakelyRed Brick Tavern – Conroe – 9:30 p.m.
Thom Shepherd - Wounded Warrior Event - Eden - 8 p.m.


Saturday – 31
Jon WolfeWhiskey River – Gainesville – 9 p.m.
Jason Boland & The Stragglers – Floore’s – Helotes – 9 p.m.
                /w Haley Cole
Shane Barnhill Chuters – Pasadena –
Granger SmithBilly Bob’s – Fort Worth
Pauline ReeseAlamo Ice House& BBQ – San Antonio
Dave ThomasRaphael’s – Aubrey – 7 p.m.
Mike Blakely  - Rear Window Listening Room – Ganado – 8-10 p.m.
Charlie RobisonBanita CreekHall – Nacogdoches – 8 p.m. (doors)
Thom Shepherd - Shannon's Clubhouse - Grapevine - 6 p.m.



Sunday – February 1
No Shows Found!


Monday – 2
Mickey GilleyLovelady Old Gym – Lovelady -


Tuesday – 3
john Arthur martinez TexasTeaLicious – Burnet – 6 p.m.
Randy Brown Band Railhead – Willow Park – 7:30 – 10:30 p.m.
                /w Thom Shepherd
               Full Band CD RELEASE Show!



Wednesday – 4
john Arthur martinezOn theRocks – Cottonwood Shores – 7 p.m.
                FREE with Dinner purchase



ON THE ROAD
Thursday  - 29
Aaron Watson Graham CentralStation – Las Cruces NM – 10 p.m.
Corey Smith The National – Richmond VA
Chuck Hawthorne – Flag View Auxilalry – Elko NV - 1:30 p.m.
                31stAnnual Nat’l Cowboy Poetry Gathering


Friday – 30
Marc Broussard – Maui Arts & Cultural Center – Kahului HI – 7:30 p.m.
Aaron Watson – Way Out West – Rosewell NM – 10 p.m.
Corey Smith – The NorVa – Norfolk VA
Chuck Hawthorne – G Three Bar Theater/ Western Folklife Center – Elko NV – 8:30 p.m.
                31stAnnual Nat’l Cowboy Poetry Gathering
Jason Isbell – Ann Arbor Folk Festival – Ann Arbor MI
Matthew Huff – Dublin’s Pass Irish Pub – Springfield MO – 10 p.m.
Texas Tenors – Carmel Symphony Orchestra – Carmel IN – 8-10 p.m.
                The Palladium at the Center for the Performing Arts


Saturday – 31
Ragged Union – UllrGrass @ Golden Hotel – Golden CO – 6 p.m.
Aaron Watson – Santa Ana Star Center – Rio Rancho NM – 10 p.m.
Bill Anderson – Larry’s Country Diner Country Cruise
Corey Smith – Jefferson Theater – Charlottesville VA
Chuck Hawthorne – Flagview Auxillary – Elko NV – 3:15 p.m.
                31stAnnual Nat’l Cowboy Poetry Gathering
Matthew Huff – Roper’s Saloon  – West Plains MO – 9 p.m.
Texas Tenors – Carmel Symphony Orchestra – Carmel IN – 8-10 p.m.
                The Palladium at the Center for the Performing Arts



Sunday – February 1
No Shows Found


Monday – 2
Jason Isbell – Paramount Theatre – Charlottesville VA


Tuesday – 3
No Shows Found


Wednesday – 4
Corey Smith – The V Club – Huntington WV
Jason Isbell – LincolnTheatre – Washington DC


Monday, January 26, 2015

OUT OF THE CHUTE


I am still trying to get things back to a routine after the crazy November/ December. I'm almost there!

To celebrate I'm offering up a Triple Play next week (Beginning Monday Feb.2) with one of the nicest up and coming guys you'll ever meet. Mark Chapman of the Mark Chapman Band.

In the mean time, check out his site.  Mark Chapman Band 


Thursday, January 22, 2015

THE PARTY LIST - January 22 - 28

Note: Please remember to check with the venue as to whether or not there is a cover charge or ticket required for the shows you plan to attend. Also, some venues have an age restriction. I have provided links to the venues when possible, making it easy for you to check it out.

Not all events take place in Texas. With that in mind I will begin listing them not only by day but by TEXAS and ON THE ROAD. With that in mind…

Let’s Get This Party STARTED!

TEXAS

Thursday – 22
W.C.JamesonThe Badu – Llano – 7 p.m.
                /w Mike Blakely & Guest: Duke Davis
Aaron Watson Rockin’ Rodeo – Denton – 10 p.m.
john Arthur martinezBlue CornHarvest – Cedar Park – 6:30 p.m.
                FREE with Dinner purchase
Granger SmithWild West – Cedar Park –
Randy Brown BandLonghornSaloon – Ft. Worth – 9 p.m.- 1 a.m.
Aubrey Lynn England Love &War in Texas – Grapevine – 7 p.m.


Friday – 23
Cameran NelsonBostocksBilliars & Bar – Stephenville –
Granger Smith Big Texas Saloon – Spring –
Matt HarlanSan Jacinto CollegeNorth – Houston 3 p.m.
Oak Ridge BoysBrauntex Theater – New Braunfels –
Randy Brown BandLonghornSaloon – Ft. Worth – 9 p.m.- 1 a.m.
Dave ThomasHard Eight BBQ – Roanoke – 7 p.m.


Saturday – 24
Neal McCoyDosey Doe’s – The Woodlands – 8:30 p.m.
Aaron WatsonGraham CentralStation – Longview – 10:30 p.m.
Jon WolfeSouth Texas Ice House – Corpus Christi – 9 p.m.
Mike BlakelyRoddy Tree Ranch/Lazy Days Canteen – Fredricksburg – 9 p.m.
Bubba WestlyCooter Brown’sSaloon – Helotes – 8 p.m.
Scott Taylor BandSchroederHall – Schroeder  - 8 p.m.
                /w Stoney LaRue
Dave ThomasHank’s Texas Grill – McKinney – 3 p.m.


Sunday – 25
Aubrey Lynn EnglandRockett Café& Club – Waxahachie – 7 p.m.
Tessy Lou & the Shotgun Stars - Poodie's - Spicewood - 4 p.m.

Monday - 26
Oak Ridge Boys - The Wagner Noel Performing Arts Center - Odessa -
W. C. Jameson - Poodie's - Spicwood - 6:30 p.m.
           Guest: Casey Hubble

Tuesday – 27
john Arthur martinez TexasTeaLicious – Burnet – 6 p.m.
Randy Brown BandThe Railhead – Willow Park – 7:30 – 10:30 p.m.
                /w  Jody Booth
Dave ThomasHard Eight BBQ – Coppell – 7 p.m.


Wednesday – 28
john Arthur martinez On theRocks – Cottonwood Shores – 7 p.m.
                FREE with Dinner purchase
Cameran Nelson Shenanigans – Huntsville



ON THE ROAD

Thursday – 22
Marc Broussard – Varsity Theater – Baton Rouge LA – 7 p.m.
Ragged Union – Bohemian Biergarten – Boulder CO –
Corey Smith – Capone’s – Johnson City TN
Mark Chesnutt – Deadwood Mountain Grand – Deadwood SD
                /w Joe Diffie & Terri Clark


Friday – 23
Pat Green – George’s Majestic – Fayetteville AR – 7 p.m.
Bill Anderson – The Ryman – Nashville TN
Corey Smith – Track 29 – Chattanooga TN
Mark Chesnutt – Spirit Lake Casino – Saint Michael ND
                /w Joe Diffie & Terri Clark
Wynona Judd – Crown Theatre – Fayetteville NC
                /w Pete Scobell Band
Matthew Huff – The Duck Blind – Batesville AR – 9 p.m.
Alan Jackson – Mass Mutual Center – Springfield MA


Saturday – 24
Marc Broussard – Live Oak Bar & Ballroom – Monroe LA – 8 p.m.
Bill Anderson – The Great American Opry – Portland TN
Corey Smith – The Orange Peel – Ashville NC
Mark ChesnuttAmeristar Casino – Kansas City MO
                /wJoe Diffie & Terri Clark
Wynona Judd – Smokey Mountain Center for the Performing Arts – Franklin NC
                /w Pete Scobell Band
Matthew Huff – Mammoth Springs HS – Mammoth Springs AR – 4:30
                Benefit for Casey Kinnie – Dinner/ Auction/ Music
Alan Jackson – Cross Insurance Arena – Portland ME


Sunday – 25
john Arthur martinez – St. Thomas Aquina – New Port Richey FL – 2 p.m.
                Wheelchair Benefit Concert – Donation to FREE wheelchair mission


Monday – 26
                MultipleShows to be Announced


Tuesday – 27
Aaron Tippin – Peabody Auditorium – Daytona Beach FL
                MultipleShows to be Announced


Wednesday – 28
Aaron Watson – The Rialto Theatre - Tuscon AZ – 9 p.m.
Corey Smith – Schmitt’s Saloon & Davisson Brothers Music Hall – Morgantown WV
                MultipleShows to be Announced


Monday, January 19, 2015

OUT OF THE CHUTE - W. C. Jameson Part 1

NOTE: The following Q & A was directed by Stephanie King. She has since left the original publication for which this interview was conducted and rights reverted to W. C. Jameson. W. C. has graciously offered the information to me for this blog. 

I am running this article in two parts. Part 1 will preface my review of his book, The Silver Madonna, which will post on Wednesday January 21, 2015. 

An Interview with W. C. Jameson:
W. C. Jameson is an award-wining songwriter and recording artist, performs more than 200 times per year, has written the sound tracks for films, written and performed in a musical, and still finds time to author books, over ninety at last count. In addition, he is one of the foremost professional treasure hunters in the country. His adventures have been captured in his memoir, Treasure Hunter: Caches, Curses, and Deadly Confrontations, winner of Book of the Year in 2011. He has served as an advisor for film and television, and has appeared on the
History Channel, the Discovery Channel, the Travel Channel, and more.

1.      You have participated in and accomplished so many things in your life. For this interview, I would like to focus on your treasure hunting activities, adventures, and your series of books dealing with that topic. How did you get your start treasure hunting and when?

WCJ:  I was involved in my first treasure hunt when I was eleven years old. That account is described in detail in my memoir. The end result was that a cache of 100 gold bars were located in a shallow cave in the Guadalupe Mountains of West Texas, recovered, and a portion of them reburied, where they still lie in the ground to this day. I’ll never forget that incredible sensation of handling a thirty-five pound gold ingot. I was hooked from that point on.

2.      Tell us about your successes. Have you found treasure? And how much?

WCJ: With over 200 hundred expeditions I did encounter a number of successes. Also a lot of failures. Any treasure hunter who tells you he finds something every time he sets out on a quest is not telling the truth. What a lot of people don’t understand is that finding a treasure and recovering it are two entirely different things. In many cases, because of logistical and legal obstacles, recovery is often more difficult than discovery.

3.      What do you do with gold ingots and coins when you find them?

WCJ: Depends on a number of things. If the recovered items are of high quality and of significant age, there are numerous collectors who will pay top dollar for coins and ingots. Over the years jewelers have been customers, often purchasing hundreds of pounds of gold and/or silver at a time at the going rate. Up until several years ago I made use of a precious metals broker to sell all or portions of our recovered items. When we received payment for recovered material, we reimbursed ourselves for our expenses, divided the remainder four ways, and invested in our next expedition.

4.      Is anything you are doing illegal?

WCJ: Technically, it is. In reality, however, most of the laws governing the discovery and disposition of lost treasure such as gold and silver ingots and coins are absurd and benefit the state almost exclusively.  Consider this: As a treasure recovery specialist, I invest sometimes hundreds of hours of my time into research. In addition, there is a significant investment in energy and money, sometimes to the tune of thousands of dollars. On an expedition into dangerous country, I am the one paying for the equipment and supplies, taking all of the risks, braving the real and potential dangers. I do all the work but I get no help whatsoever from the state, yet the state wants all or most of my recovery. They claim ingots as “historical artifacts” and therefore claim them as property of the state. That is morally wrong.

Here is what is morally right: A significant percentage of the gold and silver ingots we have located and recovered in the United States and Mexico were dug from mines not by the Spaniards during the early days of mining activity, but by Indians who were captured and enslaved by the Spanish, chained together to work long hours in the dark mines with little to no food and water, and whipped sometimes until they died. This is a matter of historical record. Morally, that gold and silver is the fruit of their labor. I am an American Indian. If I recover such treasure in Mexico or elsewhere as a result of my research, investment, and personal risk and convert it to cash, I regard it rightfully mine. I regard it as reparation for past sins.

5.      Since many or most of your discoveries and recoveries are in Mexico, how do you bring the treasure back across the border?

WCJ: Sometimes it is converted to cash in Mexico. If we are faced with transporting ingots across the U. S. – Mexico border, we are forced to conduct the activity away from the eyes of the respective governments. They would seize it, and we are not going to let that happen. Moving anything across this border is quite easy. Contraband goes from Mexico to the U. S. with incredible facility on a daily basis. Guns move from the U. S. to with little difficulty. The truth is, since the so-called Bush border fence was erected, smuggling has tripled. Another fact is this: Our Border Patrol is ineffective with regard to controlling smuggling and is regarded as a joke by the smugglers.

6.      Are you ever afraid of getting caught?

WCJ: No. I have been moving gold and silver ingots across the border for over four decades.

7.      How did your writing career come about.

WCJ: As I was researching lost mines and buried treasures relative to searching for them, I encountered hundreds of fascinating tales, legends, and accounts. These are a significant part of our folklore and history and deserve recognition. I enjoyed crafting articles about them, and then later – books. I also enjoyed getting paid for something I love to do.

8.      Which do you like best – treasure hunting or writing?

WCJ: I’ve had a great deal of fun and success with both. It’s a toss-up as to which I like best.

9.      You have also written about people who have “disappeared” or were allegedly killed but who returned, most notably the outlaw Billy the Kid. Tell about this interest of yours.

WCJ: Searching for lost people is a lot like searching for lost mines and buried treasures. The research techniques are similar. We are beginning to find out in this country is that much of the history we have been taught in public school and even at the university level is bogus. Much of it is not so much the truth as it is what the people in power want you to believe. A number of books have appeared over the past several years providing the truth of a lot of history and thus contradicting the status quo. In my case, I have discovered, and proved, that what we always thought was the truth about Billy the Kid, Butch Cassidy, John Wilkes Booth, and others was, in fact, distortion. An interesting case in point relates to my next book in that particular series – Amelia Earhart: Beyond the Grave. As it turns out, little of what we think we know about Earhart is truth. She was, in fact, on a spy mission during her around the world flight, was captured by the Japanese, and held prisoner for eight years before being rescued and repatriated under a new identity. The government was involved every step of the way, and the lies they told the American public are documented.

10.  Are you still active in searching for lost mines and buried treasures?


WCJ: Yes, but not as much as a few years earlier. My long-time partners are either dead or inactive and I often go it alone or with a trusted companion and kindred spirit. I have recently made a fascinating discovery of a famous lost mine in the United States. I am in the process of recovering a portion of the gold and my agent is reviewing the manuscript relating to that adventure.


Next month I'll share Part 2 and introduce you to the man behind the music.
In the mean time, please check out his WEBSITE to learn more about W. C. Jameson and his many talents.

Until then, Country Blessings

Thursday, January 15, 2015

THE PARTY LIST - January 15 - 21

Note: Please remember to check with the venue as to whether or not there is a cover charge or ticket required for the shows you plan to attend. Also, some venues have an age restriction. I have provided links to the venues when possible, making it easy for you to check it out.

Not all events take place in Texas. With that in mind I will begin listing them not only by day but by TEXAS and ON THE ROAD. With that in mind…

Let’s Get This Party STARTED!

TEXAS

Thursday – 15
W. C. Jameson The Badu – Llano- 7 p.m.
                /w Mike Blakely & Guest: Bob Livingston
Marc BroussardDosey Doe’s – The Woodlands – 8:30 p.m.
john Arthur martinez Blue CornHarvest – Cedar Park – 6:30 p.m.
                FREE with Dinner purchase
Granger SmithBrewster StreetIcehouse – Corpus Christi
Scott Taylor (Acoustic) – Cooter Brown’s – San Antonio


Friday – 16
Marc BroussardThe KesslerTheater – Dallas – 8 p.m.
                /w Seth Walker
Kevin FowlerJerry’s HillCountry – Beaumont –
john Arthur martinezThe Badu – Llano – 8 p.m.
Josh GriderThe Rustic – Dallas
The Bellamy Brothers ArlingtonMusic Hall – Arlington – 7:30 p.m.
Cameran Nelson Midnight Rodeo – Amarillo –
Gary P. NunnPearl’s Dancehall– Ft. Worth –
Granger SmithMidnight Rodeo – San Angelo
Randy Brown BandThe Mule Pub – Fort Worth – 9:30 p.m. – 12:30 a.m.


Saturday – 17
W. C. JamesonThe Badu – Llano –
                /w Paul Logan
Larry GatlinDosey Doe’s – The Woodlands – 8:30 p.m.
Marc BroussardStubb’s BBQ – Austin – 8 p.m. (doors)
Jon Wolfe Floore’s – Helotes – 9 p.m.
                /w Gabe Garcia
john Arthur martinez On the Rocks – Cottonwood Shore – 9 p.m.
The Bellamy BrothersRedneckCountry Club – Stafford – 8 p.m
Cameran NelsonWild West – Lubbock
                /w Granger Smith


Sunday - 18
                FREE with Brunch purchase
Randy Brown Band Hat Tricks – Lewisville – 2-8 p.m.
Byrd & Street – Honeybee House Concert – Leander – 7-9 p.m.
                Contact: calmwatr@yahoo.com
                Bring covered dish and dessert to share


Monday – 19
john Arthur martinezBlue CornHarvest – Cedar Park – 6:30 p.m.
                FREE with Dinner purchase


Tuesday – 20
john Arthur martinezTexasTeaLicious – Burnet – 6 p.m.
Randy Brown BandThe Railhead – Willow Park – 7:30 -10:30 p.m.
                /w Gary Kyle


Wednesday – 21
john Arthur martinezOn theRocks – Cottonwood Shores – 7 p.m.
                FREE with Dinner purchase


ON THE ROAD

Thursday – 15
Aaron WatsonRevolution MusicRoom – Little Rock AR – 9:30 p.m.
                CurtisGrimes – 8:30 p.m.
Corey Smith – The Sinclair – Cambridge MA
Don WilliamsBama Theatre – Tuscaloosa AL
Wynona JuddThe Birchmere – Alexandria VA
                /w Pete Scobell Band
Buddy CaseKXIO Coffee House – Clarksville AR  6-9 .M.


Friday – 16
Aaron WatsonThe Cotillion – Wichita KS – 9 p.m.
                CurtisGrimes – 8 p.m.
Asleep at the WheelSeminoleCasino – Immokalee FL
Bill AndersonThe Ryman – Nashville TN
Corey SmithUnion Transfer – Philadelphia PA
                w/ Pete Scobell Band


Saturday – 17
Asleep at the Wheel – Larry’s Country Diner Country Music Cruise
Aaron WatsonThe Grizzly Rose – Denver CO – 10 p.m.
Bill AndersonThe Ryman – Nashville TN
Corey SmithThe Hamilton – Washington DC
Mark ChesnuttCypress BayouCasino – Charneton LA
                /w Joe Diffie & Terri Clark
Wynona JuddBrown Theatre – Louisville KY
                /w Pete Scobell Band
Buddy Case – The Loft – Enola AR
                Featuring guests: Dan and Jeff Clanton


Sunday – 18
Aaron Tippin – Larry’s Country Diner Country Music Cruise –
Oak Ridge BoysHolland AmericaLines – MS Eurodum – Ft. Lauderdale FL


Monday – 19
Billy DeanDutton Theatre – Mesa AZ – 7 p.m.

Tuesday – 20
No Shows Found

Wednesday – 21
Marc BroussardThe Brass Monkey – Shreveport LA – 8 p.m.

Corey SmithSammy T’s – Huntsville AL 

Thursday, January 8, 2015

THE PART LIST - January 8 - 14th

Note: Please remember to check with the venue as to whether or not there is a cover charge or ticket required for the shows you plan to attend. Also, some venues have an age restriction. I have provided links to the venues when possible, making it easy for you to check it out.

Not all events take place in Texas. With that in mind I will begin listing them not only by day but by TEXAS and ON THE ROAD. With that in mind…

Let’s Get This Party STARTED!

TEXAS

Thursday – 8
W. C. Jameson The Badu – Llano – 8 p.m.
                w/ Mike Blakely & Guest: Chuck Hawthorne
Aaron WatsonBrewster StreetIce House – Corpus Christi   -  10 p.m.
                ClaytonGardner – 9 p.m.
Jon WolfeChuck’s Bar &Dancehall – Cotulla – 8 p.m.
john Arthur martinezBlue CornHarvest – Cedar Park – 6:30
                FREE with Dinner purchase
Granger SmithDenim &Diamonds – Wichita Falls

Friday – 9
Ronnie Milsap Dosey Doe’s – The Woodlands – 8:30 p.m.
Aaron WatsonBig TexasDancehall & Saloon – Webster – 9:30 p.m.
Aubrey Lynn EnglandHank’sTexas Grill – McKinney – 8 p.m.
Bo PorterThe Badu – Llano – 8 p.m.
Granger SmithSilver Saloon – Terrell

Saturday – 10
Ronnie MilsapDosey Doe’s – The Woodlands – 8:30 p.m.
Aaron WatsonSchroederDancehall – Goliad – 10:30 pm.
                ClaytonGardner – 9 p.m.
Jon Wolfe Rockett Café &Club – Waxahachie – 9 p.m.
Bo PorterCowboy Hall – San Antonio – 8 p.m.
Chuck HawthorneBarton CreekFarmers Market – Austin – 11 a.m.
Kenny HarrellBlue Collar Bar – Pasadena – 9 p.m.
Cody Johnson BandGruene Hall – New Braunfels – 10:30 p.m.
Scott Taylor BandClubWesterner – Victoria – 7 p.m.


Sunday – 11


Monday – 12
W.C. JamesonPoodie’s – Spicewood – 6:30
                /w Guest: Chris Wall


Tuesday – 13
john Arthur martinez TexasTeaLicious – Burnet -  6 p.m.
Chuck Hawthorne Liberty TreeTavern – Elgin – 8 p.m.
Randy Brown Band Railhead BBQ – Willow Park – 7:30 p.m.
                /w Phil Hamilton


Wednesday – 14
Marc BroussardSam’s BurgerJoint – San Antonio – 7:30 p.m.
                /w Seth Walker
john Arthur martinez On theRocks – Cottonwood Shores – 7 p.m.
                FREE with Dinner purchase


ON THE ROAD

Thursday – 8
Don WilliamsSunrise Theater – Fort Pierce FL
Bri Bagwell - The Slopeside Grill - Steamboat Springs CO 3 p.m.


Friday – 9
Aaron TippinRoots &Boots @Northern Quest Resort &  Casino – Airway Heights WA –                  /w Sammy Kershaw & Daryl Worley
Don WilliamsParker Playhouse – Ft. Lauderdale FL


Saturday – 10
                /wSammy Kershaw & Daryl Worley
Don Williams Lakeland Center – Lakeland Fl
Jason IsbellWinstar Casino – Thackerville OK
Granger SmithDownstream Casino – Quapaw OK

Sunday – 11
Don WilliamsSymphony Hall – Atlanta GA

Monday – 12

Tuesday – 13
Corey SmithBowery Ballroom – New York NY

Wednesday – 14
Corey SmithToad’s Place – New Haven CT

Thursday, January 1, 2015

THE PARTY LIST - January 1 - 7, 2015

Note: Please remember to check with the venue as to whether or not there is a cover charge or ticket required for the shows you plan to attend. Also, some venues have an age restriction. I have provided links to the venues when possible, making it easy for you to check it out.

Not all events take place in Texas. With that in mind I will begin listing them not only by day but by TEXAS and ON THE ROAD. With that in mind…

Let’s Get This Party STARTED!

TEXAS

Thursday – 1
Dave Thomas – Hard Eight BBQ – Coppell – 7 p.m.
john Arthur martinez – Freddie Powers Pavillion – Austin – 6 p.m.
                Free with a Potluck dish

Friday – 2
Aaron Watson – Jerry Nelson’s Hill Country – Beaumont – 10 p.m.
                Sam Grow – 9 p.m.
john Arthur martinez – Escondid- – Austin –
The Washers – The Rustic – Dallas
Aaron Sandovall Band – Railhead – Willow Park – 7:30-10:30 p.m.
Gary P. Nunn – Firehouse Saloon – Houston
Granger Smith – Big Texas Saloon – Webster –
Cody Jinks – Gruene Hall – New Braunfels – 7 p.m.


Saturday – 3
Aaron Watson – Wild West  – Cedar Park – 10 p.m.
                Sam Grow – 9 p.m.
john Arthur martinez – Torre di Pietra – Fredricksburg – 1 p.m.
Moonlight Social – The Water Trough at Lonestar Court – Austin
Granger Smith – Schroeder Dancehall – Goliad
Max Stalling – Gruene Hall – New Braunfels
Pauline Reese – Alamo Ice House & BBQ – San Antonio


 Sunday – 4
john Arthur martinez – Brookdale Westlake Hills – Austin – 4 p.m.
                Free to Residents & Families

Monday – 5
Matt Harlan – Magnolia Motor Lounge – Fort Worth -

Tuesday – 6
john Arthur martinez – Texas Tea-Licious – Burnet – 6 p.m.
Chuck Hawthorne – McGonigels Mucky Duck – Houston – 7 p.m.
Matt Harlan – Gruene Hall – New Braunfels – 6 p.m.
                Song swap with Nathan Hamilton & Nicolette  Good

Wednesday – 7
john Arthur martinez – On the Rocks – Cottonwood Shores – 7 p.m.
                FREE With Dinner purchase
Kenny Harrell – The Rustic – Dallas – 8:30 p.m.


ON THE ROAD

Thursday - 1
NO Shows Found

Friday - 2
No Shows Found

Saturday – 3
No Shows Found

Sunday – 4
No Shows Found

Monday – 5
No Shows Found

Tuesday – 6
No Shows Found

Wednesday – 7
Don Williams – Florida Theater – Jacksonville FL -