BUSINESS HOURS Open and serving lunch & dinner Tuesday - Friday ,11 am - Midnight and Saturday 10 am - 1 am. Brunch is served on Saturdays from 10-2 along with our regular menu. Open Sunday and Monday for private parties or special occasions. We also offer catering and private parties. Contact us for details.
The MENUincludes a robust wine list, full bar, large craft beer list, and great food!
Our Open Mic Night is not just amateurs - we have really talented folks, and you never know who might show up to play a little. If you are an amateur, this is a perfect way to introduce The Liberty Bell to your talents - we often give opening acts to open mic participants, and a couple of them have been offered gigs. Amateur or seasoned pro, this is a fun, easy-going time!
Late night show with two of your favorite local bands! The Mellows kick it off at 9:30 and Hail to the Thief plays the last hour of the night. Great drink specials during Reverse Happy Hour from 9:30-close!
Halloween Party with Rock 'N Roll music!!
After leading several popular ‘80s cult bands in and around his hometown of Lawrence, Kansas, Chuck Mead landed on Nashville’s Lower Broadway where he co-founded the famed ‘90s Alternative Country quintet BR549. The band’s seven albums, three Grammy nominations and the Country Music Association Award for Best Overseas Touring Act would build an indelible bridge between authentic American Roots music and millions of fans worldwide. With BR549 on hiatus, Chuck has garnered national attention for his latest solo project, Free State Serenade, which you can check out on his website www.chuckmead.com. Rockabilly/Country drinking music to the bone, this is sure to be a great show by veterans of the business. Reserve your seat today!
Third 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.
We love Country Willie and are excited to have him again.
Miranda Lambert opened for him, Lady Bird Johnson enjoyed one of his sets and The Legendary Stardust Cowboy is his pen pal.
From the East Texas woods to your front porch, Country Willie Edwards brings songs of trains, women, zombies and smoke-filled bars. Some call him a recluse, many consider him folk legend.
An independent artist through and through, he has self-published hundreds of songs and prints his own home-recorded albums. After a warm reception at SXSW opening for Shooter Jennings, Country Willie is finally branching out and getting the attention he deserves.
Where many enthusiasts of string-band music play with the period-correct discipline of Civil War re-creationists, this humble quartet offers a refreshing take on Appalachian folk and classic Americana. If Birds Could Fly is uniquely a bird of a different feather. This Southwest VA quartet blends many genres to achieve their simplistic yet unmistakable sound. From Folk to Indie, there is something in their music that everyone can enjoy. From the soothing guitar melodies to the vocal chills, this act promises to deliver a sound truly from their heart to those willing to listen.
If you have been around Nac for a while, you have fond memories of Joe Vega! He is bringing his awesome music and his rendition of your favorite tunes - and he brings an open mic! If you want to sing along, or sing by yourself, Joe can accommodate you. He makes the worst of us sound pretty darn good!
Come out for some reminiscing and for a great time!
Where might country, soul, and popular song intersect? Follow The Bellfuries, as they thrill capacity crowds in the US, UK, Australia, and all over Europe. Oh, and they're also coming to Nacogodoches! Time to reserve your table, it's going to be a great night!
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 Matt Mefford 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.
You may have seen Michael O'Connor in Nacogdoches before, he has played The Liberty Bell, Pickin In Nac concert series, and at Pineknot Music Cooperative. If you haven't, don't miss this appearance with impressive Jeff "Plank" Plankenhorn. These guys are truly talented, but you don't have to take our word - check them out and their reviews at michaeloconnormusic.com and jeffplankenhorn.net.
Another great act from Austin TX, Pat Reedy & the Longtime Goners play original country music, straight up without the characteristic schmaltz of today's pop country. The group's outlaw-country sound is informed by a variety of American music; folk, blues, gospel, bluegrass, swamp pop and the music of their adopted home, New Orleans.