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         Music Calendar:

 

WEDNESDAY: Open mike with Neil Down & Jerry Mandering

THURSDAY: New singing sensation from Israel “Less More”.   He combines

the perfect mixture of Jazz & Blues or as we call it “Jews”.

 

 

See our new web site (under construction) http://www.old-quarter.com

Guitar, piano and vocal lessons by Janet: mrsmusic40@msn.com or call 409-457-2378

 

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OLD QUARTER BAND CAMP FOR Junior and High School students.
       This is scheduled for the first full week in August. Click on the link for more information. The Thursday August 7th, Wheatfield, a band that  consists of performers Ezra Idlet, Keith Grimwood of Trout Fishing in America, Connie Mims, and Craig Calvert will conduct a guest session. Can’t miss this! 
       Contact Janet at MrsMusic40@msn.com for registration packets. 
      
Each name below is a link to the artists music! 

ADAM CARROLL    FRI. MAY 23, 2014

SHAKE RUSSELL, MICHAEL HEARNE, MIKE ROBERTS

SAT.  MAY 24TH.

ZAK PERRY, TINA FULLER, TWO STAR SYMPHONY, & COME SEE MY DEAD PERSON FRI. MAY 30, 2014

LISA MORALES BAND MAY 31, 2014

GEORGE ENSLE FRI. JUNE 6, 2014

MARINA ROCKS AND GUTHERIE KENNARD SAT. JUNE 7, 2014

WRECKS AND JANET AT ANDERSON FAIR WED. JULY 12

BRAD BOYER CD RELEASE SAT JUNE 14TH

RAMBLIN JACK ELLIOTT FRI. JUNE 20TH

TERRI HENDRIX & LLOYD MAINES SAT. JUNE 21TH

WOOD & WIRE FRI. JUNE 27TH

HEMMERRIDGE MOUNTAIN BOYS SAT. JUNE 28TH

ROBERT KUHN AND BONNIE BISHOP FRI. JULY 4TH

RAY BONNEVILLE FRI. JULY 11TH

JIMMI DALE GILMORE & BUTCH HANCOCK FRI. JULY 18TH

AL STAEHELY, JOHN STAEHELY & EVELYN RUBIO

      SAT. JULY 19TH

JESSE DAYTON & JOHN EVANS SAT. JULY 26TH

JOE ELY FRI. AUGUST 1

HANK SCHYMA SAT. AUGUST 2

WHEATFIELD THURS,   AUGUST 7TH

KEVIN ANTHONY & GANEY ARSMENT FRI. AUGUST 8TH

JAMES STURROCK & FIEL FRI. AUGUST 15TH

SARA HICKMAN SAT. AUGUST 23RD

LARRY JOE TAYLOR FRI. SEPT 5, 2014

GUY FORSYTH SAT. SEPT. 6

SHELLEY KING FRI. SEPT. 12TH

MAX STALLING FRI. SEPT. 19TH

 

 

Starting April 1st, we will only have open mics on Wednesdays and Thursdays.

Lee Brooks will be hosting the open mics.  Janet and I will be up in the Ozark

Mountains for 6 short weeks.  We will have internet and phone so you can

purchase tickets and get information on all show’s by emailing me on calling

On our Land line.

 

wrecks@wt.net   or   479 677 2086 (It’s the mountains, no cell coverage)

 

We want to thank everyone who supports live music in Galveston.  We are the thin Blue Line

Between Margarita Ville and real music.

 

 

 

Friday May 23rd  Adam Carroll  -  CD Release Party.  Swapping songs with Wrecks

      Chris Carroll, and Janet Bell, our beautiful wives will be opening

       Adam Carroll has a way of taking ordinary daily events and turning them

       into song, often laughable. Adam states “The core of what I do is

       songwriting; it’s the one thing I am passionate about. It’s the most

       fulfilling and challenging job I can imagine!”

        http://www.adamcarroll.com       

       The newlywed, Chris Carroll and  Janet Bell will be opening for

       this great night of performances!

 

Sat. May 24thSHAKE RUSSELL, MIKE HEARNE AND MIKE ROBERTS

       Shake Russell. To fully appreciate and comprehend the magnitude of Shake’s

        contributions to  music, one need only listen to his life’s work. From his 1976

        album, “Songs on the Radio,” to the 2006 CD, “Love is Why,” Shake’s music is

        a testament to the reasons why he is so widely celebrated as a Texas music legend.

         http://shakerussell.com

 

 

FRI. MAY 30, 2014 ZAK PERRY, TINA FULLER, TWO STAR SYMPHONY &

       COME SEE MY DEAD PERSON

       ZAK PERRY Hailing from Austin, TX, The Zak Perry Band

       has been picking up steam throughout the southern and Midwestern

       states for several years!! Performing Zak Perry’s original songs

       along with an incredible collection of covers played their own way,

       the band puts on a high powered show that you have to see to believe.

       They are a true band in the defining rock & roll tradition.

         http://zakperry.com/home.html

         Tina Fuller

         TWO STAR SYMPHONY Two Star Symphony’s dark, distinctive

       sound is a result of the writing style they employ and the instruments on

       which they perform. The band works differently than most classical

       ensembles in that every member is also a composer. Songs are written

       and arranged live as a group, with each player responsible for his

       or her own parts. By the time the songs are finished,

       the music is memorized. Two Star does not create or

       use sheet music, so the player is free to focus on the other

       members and overall sound of the piece. http://twostarsymphony.com/

       COME SEE MY DEAD PERSON is from deep in the south of Texas breaking

       musical boundaries, and paying tribute to the dead. Come See

       My Dead Person is an eclectic blend of multi-cultural music unbound

       by any one genre. Fusing a multitude of styles from folk, rock,

       bluegrass, gypsy, and jazz, to polka, punk, country, latin, and soul

       http://csmdp.com/

 

Sat. May 31, 2014 Lisa Morales Band…After building a strong reputation

       with sister Roberta as Sisters Morales, Lisa Morales steps out on her

       own with an album of self-penned songs that are more about emotion

       than they are about pretty. In the three years since their last record

       (Talking to the River-produced by Los Lobos Steve Berlin),

       heir mother, Gloria, died after a struggle with cancer. It was Gloria’s

       fight for life, not her loss, that made Lisa re-examine her own life.

       Beautiful Mistake finds her doing just that. Her writing on this

       album is her best to date! http:// www.lisamoralesmusic.com

 

Fri. June 6, 2014 GEORGE ENSLEA Texas singer songwriter began

       performing as a teenager and throughout the years has developed

       into a fantastic singer, lyricist, and performer. With his

       reflective songs, he always performs an outstanding show!

       http://www.georgeensle.com/

 

Sat. June 7th Marina Rocks Marina is one of our favorite people in the world…

       Does size matter? Dynamite comes in small packages, and Marina is

       a little blond chick that weighs in at a mere 100 lb. plus tax. The size that

       matters here is the size of Marina`s heart- it is as big as Texas

       (which just happens to be her born-and-raised home state).

       Her super-sized heart beats in the chest of a beautiful, young

       woman on a mission to open your mind and rock your world!

       http://www.marinarocks.com.

       Guthrie Kennard  “With a voice that recalls Bob Dylan and Keith

       Richards, Kennard spins his tales of rural disaffection against

       a backdrop of rough-hewed melodies and backwoods percussion,


       classic Texas music, a soundtrack to the Hill Country, and

       the slow country songs sound like a drive on patchy, paved

       roads that lead to all sorts of interesting places.”
- Darryl Smyers, Dallas Observer http://guthriekennard.com/about

       What a great night of music!!!

 

Thursday June 12th  -  Janet and I will perform at Anderson Fair with Ken Gaines and

Wayne Wilkerson.  I don’t know how many fans we have in Houston but for everyone

who shows up, I will give them one Bitcoin.  

 

 

Friday June 13th is open!!!!!!  

 

 

Sat. June 14th Brad Boyer

       Brad Boyer CD Release The Montagu Hotel

       It’s as if Brad Boyer found my secret notes on how to release

        a CD and he followed the formula quite nicely. First, I like

       to know what’s inside without listening to the first note.

       Brad just comes right out and tells you on the cover that

       you’re in for Americana Folk and Country. He also let’s you

       know he’s a Lonesome Dove fan. I wasn’t sure that would

       come into play, and for the most part, musically, it didn’t.

       However, Boyer’s reference to the epic was more than just

       a cryptic note to those in the know, but the Latin phrase

       made famous by the movie series has significance with

       respect to the album. If you’re not familiar, the phrase

       Uva Uvam Vivendo Varia Fit appears on a famous sign

       in the movie and there is a great deal of controversy

       surrounding its meaning and the author’s reason for including it.

       If you take it at face value, and without any literal translation, it

       means that when a musician surrounds himself with great musicians,

       it tends to make him better somehow. A Veritas.

       This is a true condition with this release. Brad Boyer is

       a great songwriter and an adept performer, but by

       surrounding himself with a host of outstanding pickers,

       he has caused the emergence of one of the best debut

       offerings to come along in a while. http://bradboyermusic.com

 

 

Fri June 20th RAMBLIN’ JACK ELLIOTT

         “His tone of voice is sharp, focused

         and piercing. All that and he plays the guitar effortlessly in a fluid

         flat-picking perfected style. He was a brilliant entertainer…. Most

         folk musicians waited for you to come to them. Jack went out and

         grabbed you….. Jack is King of the Folksingers.” Bob Dylan,

         Chronicles: Volume One”

Nobody I know—and I mean nobody—has covered more ground and

         made more friends and sung more songs than the fellow you’re about to meet

         right now. He’s got a song and a friend for every mile behind him. Say

         hello to my good buddy, Ramblin’ Jack Elliott. Johnny Cash,

         The Johnny Cash Television Show, 1969.

         http://www.ramblinjack.com

 

 

Sat. June 21st  -  Terri Hendrix & Lloyd Maines Terri Hendrix is an

         award-winning Texas songwriter who spins sorrow into joy and wrings

          wisdom from the blues with the poetic grace and uplifting melodic flair

         that has long been her trademark. A classically trained vocalist and

         deft multi-instrumentalist (guitar, mandolin and harmonica),

         she dodges musical pigeonholes alongside legendary producer

         Lloyd Maines (guitar, dobro, pedal steel), by weaving folk, pop,

         country, blues and swinging jazz into an eclectic style all her own.

       www.terrihendrix.com

 

Fri. June 27th Wood and Wire Wood & Wire is one of the most promising

       new bands on Austin’s bluegrass and acoustic scene. Mixing in elements

       of Americana and swing, its healthy dose of original music and traditional

       bluegrass tunes keep audiences riveted. The band keeps people on their toes,

       too, with a cappella ballads, funky acoustic jams and rippin’

       fast instrumentals. http://woodandwireband.com/

 

Sat. June 28th The Hemmeridge Mountain Boys The Hemmerridge Mountain Boys

       are back again!!. Yes, these Great Performers will lay it all out!… Mickey White

       on Guitar, Wrecks Bell on Bass, and John White on Drums. Janet Bell is opening.

       It will be fun! Mickey White by himself is worth coming, this dude can pick.

 

Fri. July 4th Robert   Robert Kuhn left for Pennsylvania

         at the age of eighteen, where he studied Mathematics and English

         Literature at Bucknell University. After Pennsylvania, Robert worked

         and traveled through New York and Texas before descending to South America.

         From 2001 to 2010, Robert lived in Chile, Colombia and Costa Rica before finally settling

         in Nicaragua as a farmer, fisherman and vagabond writer, playing music

         all the while. In 2010, he moved North to Houston and on to Galveston,

         where the music took over. http://www.reverbnation.com/robertkuhn

      

       Sat. July 5th  -  Was Shake Russell, but now this night it OPEN

 

Fri. July 11th Ray Bonneville Many of those familiar with Red House

       recording artist Ray Bonneville know that he is a hard driving,

       blues influenced, song and groove man who often writes about people

       who live on the fringe of society. Ray’s vibe is loose and soulful.

       With a greasy guitar style, horn-like harmonica phrasing, smoky

       vocal style and pulsing foot percussion he immediately rivets audiences.

       His solo performance fills a concert hall with all the sound layering

       and drama of a full band. The consummate, driven professional,

       Ray plays more that one hundred and fifty shows a year across

       the US, Canada and Europe. He has a loyal, enthusiastic fan

       base wherever he goes.

       http://raybonneville.com/about/

 

 

Fri. July 18th Jimmie Dale Gilmore and Butch Hancock “Since I’ve been

       teaching songwriting [at Omega Institute and Esalen], I think I’ve learned probably

       more than my students have. Teaching forced me to articulate

       my ideas about songwriting and I think that between teaching

       and thinking so much about the music that my Dad and I loved, I

       had a renewed appreciation for these unpretentious songs.

       They’re short, to the point, economical, like folk art,

       really. Joe kept saying, ‘We just gotta stay out of the way of these songs,’

       and I think he was right.” We are excited that these two performers

       are going to take our stage again!!

       http://www.last.fm/music/Jimmie+Dale+Gilmore

 

Sat. July 19th Al Staehely, John Staehely and Evelyn Rubio Al Staehely After

       graduating from the University of Texas Law School in 1970, Mr. Staehely

       moved to Los Angeles and joined the already established band, Spirit,

       as lead singer, bass player, and principal songwriter. He recorded

       the album Feedback with that band which contained seven

       originals by Staehely. Two years later he wrote ten songs for a

       Staehely Brothers album also released on Epic Records.

       Later, Polydor released a solo album by Al Staehely. As a writer,

       his songs have been recorded by Keith Moon, Bobbi Gentry,

       Patti Dahlstrom, Nick Gravenites, John Cipollina, Marty Balin,

       Peter Cox, and Hodges, James & Smith.

       He states in an interview about his music:

       “Law didn’t lead me to music. Music delivered me to law.

       Like so many others, I played in bands while in high school (Austin, Texas),

       in university (The University of Texas) and in law school

       (The University of Texas School of Law). Unlike most others,

       I didn’t practice law for almost ten years after graduating.

       I joined the group Spirit, wrote songs, recorded for Epic records and toured the world.”

       Al Staehely http://alstaehely.com/

       John Staehely and Evelyn Rubio will join Al on this night of performance. You can’t

       miss this night!!

 

Fri. July 25th—Bob Livingston, more info about Bob, He’s already

a Texas Legend but still more on Bob to come, just booked this.!!!!

 

 

Sat. July 26, 2014 Jesse Dayton & John Evans Jesse Dayton Raised in Beaumont, TX,

       near the childhood home of George Jones, Jesse Dayton grew up on the hardcore honky

       tonk of Jones, Hank Williams, Sr., and Lefty Frizzell, but also blues artists

       such as Lightnin’ Hopkins and Mance Lipscomb. John can boast six wins

       for Best Male Vocalist, four for Best Songwriter and a pair for both Best

       Roots Rock and Musician of the Year. You won’t hear him boast, though.

       He’s as humble as they come. And the most personable performer on

       the road. He’ll make each and every audience member feel like a family member.
http://www.reverbnation.com/jessedayton

       John Evans is a lanky 6 foot 5 and can rock your world! He sees things

       differently than most people and it shows in his music. He is a real

       sweetheart and a great musician! His grandfather not only played guitar

       but also built them. His musical ancestry shines through in every song he songs

       with his rock n roll. http://www.thejebsite.com/

       Now, with Jesse and John together….. it should be an enormous exhibition of

       two greatly talented musicians laying their hearts out on our stage!

       This is one show you don’t want to miss!…

 

Fri. Aug. 1 Joe Ely (born February 9, 1947) is an Austin, Texas,     

       honky-tonk/country musician. Ely, born in Amarillo, spent his

       formative years from age 12 in Lubbock, Texas.

       Shortly after high school, in 1970, with fellow Lubbock musicians

       Jimmie Dale Gilmore and Butch Hancock, he formed The Flatlanders.

       According to Ely, “Jimmie was like a well of country music.

       He knew everything about it. And Butch was from the folk

       world. I was kinda the rock & roll guy, and we almost had a triad.

       We hit it off and started playing a lot together.  That opened up a

       whole new world I had never known existed.” In 1972, the band

       released their first and— until 2002’s Now Again— only album,

       but have appeared together on each other’s albums. Since the band’s

       initial break-up just after their album was cut, the three musicians

       have followed individual paths. http://www.joeely.com/

 

 

 

Sat. Aug. 2 Hank Schyma Member of the Southern Backtones and

       Tornado Chaser will fill The Old Quarter with his impeccable music.

       Don’t miss this show!

       http://www.houstonightlife.com/music/artists/item/2003?layout=item

 

 

 

THUR. AUGUST 7 WHEATFIELD  Wheatfield began in Houston in 1973

       and quickly established themselves at the forefront of the then emerging

       Texas music scene. Expanding their original country, bluegrass,

       and folk musical influences into the jazz and rock genres, they appeared

       on the 1st season of the new PBS series "Austin City Limits" in 1976,

       and later, as St. Elmo's Fire, co-wrote, toured and performed two

       original rock ballets with the Houston, Dallas, Ft. Worth and Chicago Ballet Companies.

       Ezra and Keith went on to fame and fortune with Trout Fishing in America,

       while Craig and Connie pursued successful solo careers and continued

       to perform together from time to time. Wheatfield reunited in

       2004 and, much to the delight of their fans, have continued to write,

       record, and perform together several times a year ever since.

      NOT ONLY WILL WHEATFIELD PERFORM AT THE OLD QUARTER,

      THEY WILL ALSO DO A GUEST ARTIST PRESENTATION AT THE

      OLD QUARTER BAND CAMP!!

       http://www.youtube.com/user/WheatfieldBand/about

 

FRI. AUGUST 8TH Kevin Anthony and Ganey Arsement Unlike many

       of today's "old-timey" bands, who play a wide range of folk,

       bluegrass and country, Kevin Anthony & the Twin City Playboys

       (his Minneapolis based band) & Kevin Anthony & G-Town

       (his Galveston based band) are trying something different:

       rather than encompass a variety of sounds, they have pinpointed

       a very specific genre. Born and raised in Galveston, Texas, band

       leader Kevin Anthony has always been drawn to the combination

       of Texas and Cajun music that dominated his region growing up,

       and their debut album Texas Memories plays like a tribute to

       Anthony's musical upbringing. "I love the old style of music mostly

       because it reminds me of my family and the music that they used to play,

       " Anthony explains. "After the passing of my grandparents I felt

       the strong need to carry on their musical tradition." Joining Kevin

       is Ganey Arsement Born and raised in Lake Charles, Louisiana,

       you might think that Cajun singer, songwriter,

       and accordion player Ganey Arsement makes his music

       on the fringes of Cajun country. Actually, Lake Charles

       is more of a crossroads, a meeting point between the

       honky-tonks of East Texas (Beaumont, Texas, the home

       of George Jones, is 45 minutes away), and the Cajun

       dancehalls of Southwest Louisiana. Ganey’s music

       reflects these crossroads, and on his new album,

       Le Forgeron, he slips as easily between the cranking

       heat of the Cajun accordion and the electric twang of

       East Texas country and electric blues.

       http://www.reverbnation.com/ganeyarsement

 

Fri. August 15th, James Sturrock, For those that require labels, you could call

       it World fusion. It’s what Willie Nelson might have sounded like had he grown

       up after Bob Marley, Reaganomics, and The Clash. Anyone

       who appreciates a good singer-songwriter that plays heartfelt and

       emotional music will no doubt be moved. Although FIEL’s

       World Fusion sound leans heavily on Reggae for inspiration,

       their music is decorated with waves of Latin American,

       Caribbean and Afro-Cuban polyrhythm, not to mention the occasional

       Rock burner, acoustic jam, or Americana tear-dropper. .. .. .. .. .. ..

        http://www.reverbnation.com/fielmusicgroup

 

Sat. August 23rd Sara Hickman Sara Hickman has garnered recognition as a captivating

       singer/songwriter, vocalist and musician, with artists

       such as Shawn Colvin, the Flatlanders, Robert Earl Keen,

       Willie Nelson and many others covering her songs. On her

       Kirtland Records debut release Shine, Hickman delivers

       another memorable collection of 10 songs that will take

       the listener on an intense journey destined to evoke a

       broad spectrum of emotions. We are glad to see Sara

       Return to the Old Quarter stage!!!

       http://sarahickman.com/

 

 

Fri. Aug. 29th  Robert Kuhn and Bonnie Bishop  Robert Kuhn left for Pennsylvania

         at the age of eighteen, where he studied Mathematics and English

         Literature at Bucknell University. After Pennsylvania, Robert worked

         and traveled through New York and Texas before descending to South America.

         From 2001 to 2010, Robert lived in Chile, Colombia and Costa Rica before finally settling

         in Nicaragua as a farmer, fisherman and vagabond writer, playing music

         all the while. In 2010, he moved North to Houston and on to Galveston,

         where the music took over. http://www.reverbnation.com/robertkuhn

       BONNIE BISHOP “Her music washed over me with a purity and soulfulness

       that is rarely found in this world of noise. Afterwards when I was walking home,

       I could hear Bonnie’s songs in my head… and for the first time in a long time,

       I felt like I was in tune” Robert Earl Keen http://bonniebishop.com/about/

 

 

 

Fri. Sept. 5th Larry Joe Taylor“The music of Larry Joe Taylor

       is flavored with an engaging coastal blending of

       Texas country music and salty melodies reminiscent

       of the slow-paced, relaxed experience of

       island-hopping through a long carefree tropical

       vacation. The lyrics fall like summer-morning dew

       drops from the palms of Port Bolivar while Captain

       LJT sets a course that will take you far away from

       the hustle and bustle of the modern world and into

       the realm of a nonchalant and unrestrained existence

       when you make landfall on his ‘Third Coast.’ 

       http://www.larryjoetaylor.com/

 

SAT. AUGUST 6 GUY FORSYTH Guy is known today as a musician with gripping,

       powerful vocals as well as a master of numerous instruments. He started his

       musical development first with singing, and began playing harmonica at 16.

       Shortly thereafter he heard a very distinct and overwhelming sound on Kansas City

       radio that changed his life; it was Robert Johnson. After that, he borrowed a guitar,

       fell in love and learned to tune it with his feet from a friend who had lost both

       his arms in an accident. In college, he lasted a single semester at the

       University of Kansas, and then he found the music he had been seeking – gritty,

       organic folk and blues, “from a practical hands-on, gears, joints and joists level.”

        And he struck out to learn it. http://www.guyforsyth.com/

 

FRI. SEPT. 12TH SHELLEY KING SHELLEY KING  The music of Shelley King draws

       from and blends a spectrum of roots music styles, but one word succinctly

       describes it: soulful. Be it R&B, folk, blues, country, bluegrass or rock

       or combinations of and variations on those themes she delivers the goods

       straight from the heart with a voice thats splendidly rich and warm

       and as big as all outdoors. Writing a proverbial trunk full of instant

       hits and yet-unheard classics, as the Austin Chronicle describes

       her songs, King has risen from the vibrant music scene in the

       Texas capital city to charm fans across North America, Europe

       and Japan, win two Austin Music Awards, and be named the

       Texas State Musician for 2008. http://www.shelleyking.com/home.html

       This will be her CD release of “Building A Fire”.

Fri. Sept. 19th Max Stalling Band!!!! Texas based

       songwriter, Max Stalling, had no expectation

       of ever being in the music business. “I didn’t

       even pick up a guitar until graduate school,”

       notes Stalling. Stalling’s style is modern with

       a vintage feel. With Jeff Howe on drums and

       percussion, Clay Willis on guitar, and Jason Steinsultz

       swapping between upright and electric bass, Stalling

       creates a dynamic live show that’s smart, charming

       and as listenable as it is danceable. Stalling and

       troupe are equally at home on a huge concert stage

       in front of thousands or playing an acoustic set

       for a hundred. http://www.maxstalling.com/…

 

 

 

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