Sunday: NOW OPEN FOR BRUNCH! 11am - 4pm, brunch and regular menu served. Monday: for private parties/special occasions. We also offer catering. Contact us for details. Tuesday - Friday: 11am - Midnight, Kitchen open 11am - 10pm. Saturday: 10am - 1am, Kitchen open 10am - 10:30pm serving brunch from 10 -2, regular menu all day.
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From conversation to concerts, brunch to dinner, bloody marys to chardonnay, craft beer to cocktails, this video illustrates what we do. Follow us through a day, but shortened to only three minutes. We hope you enjoy it and will visit us soon!
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7:oo pm BOB LIVINGSTON: "Singer-songwriter BOB LIVINGSTON has never been a traditional Texas country musician living the honky-tonk life, even though he's spent more than his share of time on the roadhouse circuit with some of the most colorful musicians in Texas. As a member of Austin’s legendary Lost Gonzo Band, performing and recording with such musical visionaries as Jerry Jeff Walker, Michael Martin Murphey and Ray Wylie Hubbard, Livingston played an integral role in creating the music that first earned Austin the designation of 'Live Music Capital of the World'. Achieving recognition in their own right, the Gonzos’ self-titled debut record was named by Rolling Stone, 'one of the best albums ever to come out of Austin'."
8:30 pm THE O'S: Duo Taylor Young and John Pedigo "make good music for great folks" in the country, folk, Americana genres and entertain with their witty banter as heard on their Dallas-aired radio show, Dead Air, featured on KHYI 95.3 The Range.
10:00 DAN DYER: Dan's set will get you in the gut, in the best way. Blues, gospel, soul, and even Bossa Nova influence paired with Dan's songwriting and vocals will leave you feeling darn good.
6:30 pm BRETING ENGEL: Folk / Americana songwriter and performer Breting Engel, is noted for "Dylanesque" lyrics and great musicianship in the recent record review by Tom Gedde (Buddy Record Reviews).
8:00 pm WHISKEY SHIVERS: "Austin's Whiskey Shivers are bluegrass-fueled Americana for a generation that grew up listening to punk rock. This group of 20somethings plays banjos, fiddles and washboards at breakneck speeds while singing high, lonesome harmonies about love and video games." - Washington Post
9:30 pm SHELLEY KING: Her own soul-filled, earthy Americana sound is rooted in southern gospel and blues, dampened by the Gulf-borne humidity of Louisiana, nourished by the river loam of Muscle Shoals, then cleansed by the hot springs of her native Arkansas, with a little Texas country bubbling underneath.
BIG NAC - Saturday Liberty Bell Schedule + FREE SHOWS
11:30 am BETTY SOO: “BettySoo may well have the most gorgeous voice in Texas at the moment, if not in all contemporary folk: Its purity and strength can be downright devastating when shined through the prism of songs like ’100 Different Ways of Being Alone,’ one of the many standouts from her deeply moving 2014 set When We’re Gone. The rest of her catalog is just as rich – and varied, too...” - Acoustic Guitar Magazine
1:00 pm MADISON LIVINGSTON: Influenced by Johnny Cash, Reba, Loretta Lynn and George Jones, Madison delivers a high-energy honky tonk performance.
3:00 pm SOUR BRIDGES: “Catfish Charlie is like a burst of Texas-style soul fueled by a drunken hoedown. Each track follows the true “browngrass” formula: full of mandolin, fiddle, and foot-stompin’ soul. The harmonies throughout the album are beautiful and give Sour Bridges a bit more “oomf” than you might hear from other similar style bands.”- Austin Music Examiner
6:00 pm GUY FORSYTH: "By all accounts, the live shtick of this experienced Austin
roots rock veteran is designed to astound and flatten. A qualified, working Joe-type Renaissance man, Guy Forsyth sings, dances, slings an ax, waxes deadly with a harp, and even wields the occasional musical saw as he roams around
the spacious skies of blues, country, and rock in his quest for a bona fide musical experience." - Phoenix New Times
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7:00 pm BETTY SOO - Full Band
8:30 pm MILK DRIVE: This Liberty Bell favorite sells out every time. Liberty Bell patrons spell awesomeness, "M-I-L-K-D-R-I-V-E" and we aren't the only ones. Catch them while you can.
10:30 pm ANTHONY DA COSTA TRIO: 23-year-old singer/songwriter originally from New York, now living in Austin, TX. In 2009, Anthony was named an MSNBC.com "Top 5 Up-&-Coming Young Singer" and a "WFUV-FM New Artist To Watch". In 2014, he was named one of Acoustic Guitar Magazine's "Top 30 Guitarists Under 30."
BIG NAC - Sunday Liberty Bell Schedule + FREE SHOWS
11:00 am SHAWN PANDER: Notes From Hoover Street truly showcases the depth of Pander’s musical influences and experience, evoking shades of Dire Straits, James Taylor and Patsy Kline, and treading a fine line between vintage jazz, country and blues. But all comparisons aside, Pander’s brand of contemporary folk has a soul all its own, a signature style underpinned by the sense of rhythm he developed as a jazz drummer. “The way I approach playing and singing, jazz is the catalyst. It’s a huge part of the way I write.”
12:30 pm THE BELLFURIES: Another Liberty Bell favorite, these guys old-school rock and rockabilly better than Buddy Holly. Our brunch menu is the best in town, but these guys make this Sunday brunch the best happening in Texas.
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5:30 pm BRETT HENDRIX BAND: Texas country, country blues and Americana
7:00 pm MATT THE ELECTRICIAN: Key words: Honest, tender, hilarious. Yes, Matt’s most thoughtful moments mirror Van Zandt. They shadow Guy Clark. Haunt every great Texas storyteller with an eye for triumph and truth. Still, every lyrical twist and turn maintains his own unique style and substance. “I think Matt will be an influence on a lot of songwriters in the future,” - Scrappy Jud Newcomb
8:30 pm SHEILA MARSHALL: When Nacogdoches native Sheila Marshall decided to pursue a music career, it didn’t take long for the alluring, bluesy-voiced Texan to gallop from Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo performer to top 10 finalist on TV’s “Nashville Star” talent show, singing with Willie Nelson and Rodney Crowell.
A regional band playing Jazz & Western Swing, The Sugarmoons are keeping one of the most unique musical genres around. Think Asleep at the Wheel with a standout female vocalist. Quality picking, fiddle playing and vocals, this upbeat band keeps the place hopping!
Anyone wondering about Wood & Wire’s sound need not look any further than the four-piece band’s name, which honors the purity of acoustic instruments and the gorgeous music a skilled artist can coax out of just simple wood and wire.
The Austin-based band’s self-titled debut album released this year is an engaging collection of music that is deeply rooted in bluegrass traditions, although the members themselves draw upon country and Americana and listen to everything from Doc Watson to Led Zeppelin.
Grew up in Maine. Lives in Texas. Writes songs. Travels around. Tries to be good.
“I’m glad I found Slaid Cleaves, because my life would have been poorer without him. You’ll feel the same, I think, when you listen to this beautifully crafted album. Listen, go to one of Slaid’s shows, take a friend, and pass on the news: Not all the good guys wear hats.” — Stephen King
Fourth time through The Liberty Bell, Folk Family Revival is making a name for themselves in Nacogdoches!
A warm, classic Texas tone and crunching, bluesy guitar solos bring this band beyond the standard pop country currently filling the airwaves.
Folk Family Revival is one of those bands that could open for a mainstream Nashville country act, an indie folk band or even bands like Beaumont’s country and folk-tinged Ruxpins or Ramblin’ Boys, which integrates punk rock into their particular brand of country.
Austin jazz-grass band MilkDrive features award-winning instrumentalists Brian Beken on fiddle and lead vocals, Noah Jeffries on guitar and harmony vocals, Dennis Ludiker on mandolin and harmony vocals, and Jesse Dalton on double bass. But awards reveal nothing about the Austin string band’s exhilarating sound. Fueled by equal parts tradition and innovation, MilkDrive delivers a distinctive acoustic experience that crosses genres, geographies, and generations.
If you only know her for writing the Dixie Chicks hit "Wide Open Spaces" you're really missing out! These tickets will sell out early so get them now!
"Gibson, as she did with her smash "Wide Open Spaces," strikes strong emotional chords without getting sappy, and celebrates life and love without resorting to platitudes." - Jim Beal, Jr. - San Antonio Express News