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More Great Music at Poodies in February.

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Tuesday February 24th
Jerry Kirk 6PM

Tommy Elskes 8:30PM
  Tommy Elskes(els-kiss) is a musician's musician. He has that all too rare ability to truly affect people with his music. Ask The General Norman Shwarzkopf, Lyle Lovett or my 9 year old son Ryan. They will all tell you he is the best. Tommy's music is a wonderful combination of soulful R&B, blues, rock, country and folk. www.tommyelskes.com  
Wednesday February 25th  
No Bad WednesDays Open Mic 8PM
Local favorite, BB Morse of the Fabulous Chevelles and Troubadillos hosts this week's Open Mic    
Thursday February 26th    
Amber Lucille 6PM

Johnson 8:30PM
Huck Johnson & The Jack Knives 10:30
Amber Lucille offers a beautiful blend of Country, Rock, Americana and Original Music. Amber has been playing guitar and writing songs since her early teens. Her smoky voice and poignant lyrics create an atmosphere of shared love and longing in audiences in clubs, at festivals and even inside the "Walls" at Huntsville State Prison. With a sound that is equal parts Robert Johnson (their namesake) and Peter Green - the trio of guitarist Mac McNabb, bassist Chris Johnson, and drummer Kevin Lance play a version of the blues that flies north to Chicago, down through the Mississippi delta, over to late 60’s England, and back. Contrary to burgeoning legend, Johnson hasn’t made a deal with the devil…just yet…  
Friday February 27th
James Byron 6:30PM
Carl Hutchens 9PM
Raised on a steady combination of folk, blues, and soul, singer and guitarist James Byron has spent the past 17 years writing and performing original music—most recently as front man for Austin-based rock band This Life Electric. With his new CD, "Promiseland," he takes us on a journey into the heart of Americana music. A creative mix of blues, folk, country, soul and rock originals.
I'm blessed to be able to use a wide variety of great musicians who live and work in Central Texas. Among them bass players Bill Colbert, Lynn Daniel, and Billy D. Favorite drummer Timmy Campbell. Guitarists Richard Jessee, Kenny Grimes, and Todd Barth. Others, Dobro & Keyboards Bennett Spielvogel, pianist Curt Voelkel, and fiddler Howard Kalish.  www.carlhutchens.com  
Saturday February 28th
Alicia Adkins 5:30PM

Aaron McDonnell 8PM
Lucas Brothers Band 10:30PM

Alicia Adkins is an alt country and folk singer/songwriter. With a style all her own, and a voice "as sweet as honey," Alicia's lived and played in much of the world; including France, Italy, India, and now Australia. In 2012. Her musical influences range from the Mumford and Sons to Patty Griffin and Loretta Lynn.

With true purpose, Aaron's songs explore age-old themes of love, heartache, failure, and faith. They are classic in their influence and unpretentious in their delivery. At once familiar and fresh, Aaron is both an authentic homage to the sounds of the past, and an exciting example of what is to come. aaronmcdonnell.com  
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