Houston, TX (PRWEB) September 16, 2015
No matter what night of the week, Last Concert Café has an event that can entertain just about anyone. Beginning this month, not only will there be countless musicians in and out of the café's doors, but also regularly-scheduled entertainment.
Every Monday will be an open mic night; Tuesdays are dedicated to Charles Bryant Showcase Turnstyled & Junkpiles; Wednesdays Hellina Bucket & Potroast takes over and Thursdays, Annie B Band & The Hightailers take the stage.
The rest of the month’s lineup goes as follows:
Sept. 3: The Fritz with The Hightailers opening (thefritzmusic.com): This combination celebrates funk rock music that will get everyone out of their seat and enjoying the beat.
Members: Jamie Hendrickson (guitar and vocals); Jamar Woods (keyboard and vocals); Jake O' Connor (bass and vocals); Michael Tillis (drums); Mike Evans (percussion and vocals)
$8 presale/ $12 day of show
Sept. 4: Locate (locatetheband.com): This high-energy rock quartet fuses psychedelic indie rock and intergalactic space funk with improvisational free jazz and deep house rhythms, creating a soulful parade of non-stop grooves.
Sept. 5: Kindred Spirits (https://www.facebook.com/kindredspirits.tx.2013): Sixties rock and ‘70s classic British & American jams are the perfect combo for this band, which always gets the crowd going.
Sept. 11: Stonesthrow Records presents Peanut Butter Wolf, J. Rocc, KNXWLEDGE, Guilty Simpson, Homeboy Sandman: Buy your tickets at stonesthrowhouston.eventbrite.com.
Sept. 12: Private wedding is being held this day, so only the inside of the café and the front patio are available for dining.
Sept. 13: Bongo Jane’s Birthday Bash with Atomic Nightingales and Jimmies Junkyard
Sept. 18: Vanilla Whale (http://www.vanillawhale.com/): Loud, creative, unique. Those three words embody what Vanilla Whale stands to be. Known around town as a psychedelic blues punk band, VW members will tell you they are just a rock ‘n’ roll band. Tyler Lucas (guitar), Andy Stewart (guitar), and Darr Nieuwoudt (drums), all went to high school together, which explains why their music is so tight. Alex Lannuzzi (bass) came around in 2012 and is claimed as the "golden ticket" by the other band members. Don't be fooled though, these guys aim to take over the world with their music and their attitudes are proof. Be sure to check out their debut album on iTunes titled “Greatest Hits.”
Sept. 19: Cream Cheese Accident https://www.facebook.com/creamcheeseaccident: Presented by Havin’ A Ball, this band celebrates the music of String Cheese Incident. Doors: 8 p.m. Show: 9 p.m.-2 a.m. Ages 18+
$10 presale/ $12 day of show available at ticketfly.com
Sept. 20: Wild Rabbit Salad: A comedy showcase to get the crowd rolling out of their seats with laughter.
Sept. 25: Find Your Sunshine Concert: As a benefit for ovarian cancer, stop by to donate and make a difference. Visit http://www.ocrf.org/news/events/find-your-sunshine-concert-houston-tx for more information. Show: 6-9 p.m.
10:00 p.m. Jambolism: A local Houston band with an exploding mix of sounds consisting of reggae, rock, jazz and jam, cohesively bonded by world rhythms. This horn-based band will knock your socks off, have your bones grooving on the dance floor and a smile on your face to take home with you. Show: 10 p.m.-2 a.m.
Sept. 26: YogaOne Staff Appreciation Party at 6:30 p.m.
James Henry Band, dinner music by Staci Butler Band, and drink and hooping to Lone Star Hippie: Dance under the stars all night with these musicians, including additional guests Michael Morris and Thurman Robinson. Show: 9:00 p.m. – 2 a.m. Cover Charge: $10/ Hoops & Spinners: $7
Leading into October, Last Concert Café has already started the next month’s lineup, including performances from the following:
Oct. 2: Klockwork Band: Klockwork has an “in the pocket” rhythm section which includes bass and lead guitars, keyboards, drums, and a “funkanizing” horn section — trumpet, flugelhorn, sax and trombone. Being a diverse band, the song list ranges from jazz to the blues and from the Motown sound and funk with a touch of disco and rock along the way.
Oct. 3: Praia Urbana
For more information about the upcoming events hosted by Last Concert Café, visit our website: http://lastconcert.com.
About the Company:
The Last Concert Cafe is one of Houston's oldest (and definitely friendliest) live entertainment venues. Located in the historic warehouse district of downtown Houston, they have been serving up great music and delicious Tex-Mex since 1949. Their food is made from scratch with fresh ingredients and local recipes, and the atmosphere is always fun and exciting with brightly-painted dining sets and colorful decorations. Local and national musicians and performers entertain crowds nightly. Whether guests are looking to enjoy great food or live music and entertainment, the Last Concert Cafe is the place to be.