Tab Benoit, Blues-a-Palooza, Albert Cummings, Doyle Bramhall, Cedric Burnside & Lightnin Malcolm, and MORE @ Knuckleheads 9/29 - 10/5/2008
The Gospel Lounge
7:30 pm with Carl Butler & Friends
Juke Joint Duo (Blues)
Cedric Burnside & Lightnin Malcolm
with special guest Rick Berry
8 pm $6 at the door
Tab Benoit (Blues)
8 pm $15 adv $20 dos
As a boy Bramhall would jam in the family garage with local children,
including the future ZZ Top guitarist and Bass player, Billy Gibbons and Dusty Hill
Bramhall joined The Chessmen with Jimmie Vaughan as a high schooler the group opened for Jimi Hendrix when he played in Dallas. In 1970 he moved to Austin and formed Texas Storm with Vaughan. Later in the 1970s, Bramhall formed The Nightcrawlers, which included Jimmie Vaughan's brother Stevie Ray Vaughan on guitar. Bramhall co-wrote the tune "Dirty Pool", which appeared on Vaughan's debut album ,Texas Flood. He would go on to write or co-write several further songs for Vaughan, and played drums on theVaughan Brothers album Family Style
with special guest
Stewart Mann and The Statesboro Revue
9 pm $12 adv $18 dos
Memorial open Jam for Mom ( the T-Shirt Lady)
1pm to 8pm
We would like to have all those who knew and loved her take part in the memorial
service being held for Mom.
We all miss Mom.
K.C. Chapter of Parents of Murdered Children.
poker run today
at 9 pm
Albert Cummings (Blues)
Dynamics, tone and performer/audience togetherness overpower volume and attitude every time. Anyone who’s graduated from rock to blues knows that, but when an artist can capture the dynamics of both styles in live concert, it’s time to find a new word to supersede “crossover.” On his live Blind Pig CD "Feel So Good", Albert Cummings doesn’t go over the top, he slices cleanly through it.
He flies above the bridge between the two genres of rock and blues. This “vehicle”
never touches the road long enough to leave skid marks.
Line up in order
Lonesome Hank & the Heartaches
Junebug & the Prochlights
Steamboat Willie and the Smoothi Kings
Men With Red
Big Woody with James Gilbert
Shannon & the Rhythm Kings
Trampled Under Foot
2pm $10 adv $15 dos
legendary Nashville singer-songwriter and alt-country, cow-punk pioneer
9 pm $8 adv