Poodies Hilltop Roadhouse

Poodies Hilltop Home Page
Live Music Calendar
What's Cooking at Poodies
Buy Cool Stuff at Poodies
Poodies Gallery and Videos
Directions to Poodies
Contact Poodies

More Great Music at Poodies in September.

Click here to see our monthly calendar-at-a-glance.

Thursday September 22nd
Wink Keziah 6PM
Bobby Boyd 8PM
 
"Hard Times" marks a new direction for Keziah musically. It’s his first solo record without longtime band, Delux Motel, the first project recorded in Los Angeles and perhaps more significantly, Keziah’s exploration of wider avenues in his songwriting, with a conscious shift from a honky-tonk heavy vibe to one that is more balanced between the raucous and the spiritual. Bobby Boyd makes his home right here in Spicewood, Texas. He began his musical career at the age of 12, singing in Tennessee with his brothers in a band called the Boyd Brothers. While in Nashville, Bobby wrote songs recorded by Garth Brooks, Conway Twitty, George Jones, Earl Thomas Conley, Billy Dean, Vern Gosdin and various others in the country field. bobbyboydmusic.com  
Friday September 23rd    
Ru Coleman 6PM

Canvas People 8PM

South Austin Moonlighters 10PM

Ru Coleman is a young, guitar virtuoso from Spicewood, specializing in Americana, blues and roots music. His musical influences include: Albert Collins, Stevie Ray Vaughan, Delbert McClinton, Bob Marley, Bob Dylan, Waylon Jennings, Willie Nelson, and Miles Davis.

Canvas People is an indie-rock band based out of Austin. Infusing elements of modern age indie rock with a blend of songwriting and velvety three part harmonies, Canvas People produces a humble, classic, sophisticated sound. Inspired by the likes of Dr. Dog, Radiohead, Dawes, and many others, the group consists of Kyle-Matthew Taylor on rhythm guitar and lead vocals, Wes Maxwell on lead guitar/backing vocals, Luke Williams on bass guitar/backing vocals, and Pat Epley on drums. canvaspeoplemusic.com South Austin Moonlighters (SAM) play an eclectic mix of songs, from heartfelt soul to “sh*t-kickin’ country,” and from funky New Orleans funk to raucous rock-n-roll. Somehow it all comes together, creating a magical essence that has earned the band a loyal following. thesouthaustinmoonlighters.com
Saturday September 24th    
Billy Broome 6PM

Tessy Lou & The Shotgun Stars 8PM
Canvas People 10:30PM

Tessy Lou and the Shotgun Stars spent a month of Sundays at the Pony Bar in Pony, Montana. Bryan Paugh fiddle, Mike Singer banjo, Kenny Williams Doghouse Bass, and Tessy Lou Williams sweet vocals and guitar born to sing the songs that tell the story of life lived in the west. "C'mon Boys!" was the rallying cry as the band worked it's magic for all that were lucky enough to be part of real yahoo time in a by God Montana bar. tessylouwilliams.com Canvas People is an indie-rock band based out of Austin. Infusing elements of modern age indie rock with a blend of songwriting and velvety three part harmonies, Canvas People produces a humble, classic, sophisticated sound. Inspired by the likes of Dr. Dog, Radiohead, Dawes, and many others, the group consists of Kyle-Matthew Taylor on rhythm guitar and lead vocals, Wes Maxwell on lead guitar/backing vocals, Luke Williams on bass guitar/backing vocals, and Pat Epley on drums. canvaspeoplemusic.com
Sunday September 25th    
Tessy Lou & The Shotgun Stars 4PM
Jon Napier Song Swap 7:30PM
 
Tessy Lou and the Shotgun Stars spent a month of Sundays at the Pony Bar in Pony, Montana. Bryan Paugh fiddle, Mike Singer banjo, Kenny Williams Doghouse Bass, and Tessy Lou Williams sweet vocals and guitar born to sing the songs that tell the story of life lived in the west. "C'mon Boys!" was the rallying cry as the band worked it's magic for all that were lucky enough to be part of real yahoo time in a by God Montana bar. tessylouwilliams.com With special guest, Mark Ambrose.  
Monday September 26th STEAK NIGHT!!!
SONGWRITERS SHOWCASE 6:30PM
 
WC Jameson Hosts Special Guest
Buddy Case

With over 300 songs to his credit, Jameson draws on a wealth of material from life and sings it from the heart. His tunes have been recorded by others, and one of his songs, “Life was a Whole Lot Better When Roy Rogers was Around,” was aired by The Western Channel as a theme for a special movie month. Award-winning songwriter and author WC Jameson has shared the stage and screen with Willie Nelson, Neil Young, Emmylou Harris, Waylon Jennings, Kris Kristofferson, and many other famous artists. His performances have been described by reviewers as “dynamic” and “powerful,” and one critic wrote, “Listeners never tire of Jameson’s rich baritone, his memorable and captivating lyrics.” wcjameson.com
   
Tuesday September 27th    
Louis Long 5PM
Lucas Johnson Band 8:30PM
 
Louie's been an institution at Poodies since 1992. He started the first open mic night, and when he started the Troubadillos with BB Morse, they were the house band for 11 years, until Poodie passed away 6 years ago.
Formerly Innate Space, with the addition of Ru Coleman, they are now a three-piece band with the same heavy-hitting blues/rock guitar riffs and funky beats.  
Wednesday September 28th No Bad Days Open Mic  
No Bad WednesDays Open Mic 8PM
   
Local favorite, BB Morse of the Fabulous Chevelles and Troubadillos hosts this week's Open Mic    
Thursday September 29th    
Lucas Cook 6PM
Bobby Boyd 8PM
 
Lucas plays original music with a Texas style that spans many genres, a unique blend of Southern Rock, Funk and Soul and a little bit of Español. Keith Urban likes to call it “Funktry” – you can’t do much better than that. www.lucascookmusic.com Bobby Boyd makes his home right here in Spicewood, Texas. He began his musical career at the age of 12, singing in Tennessee with his brothers in a band called the Boyd Brothers. While in Nashville, Bobby wrote songs recorded by Garth Brooks, Conway Twitty, George Jones, Earl Thomas Conley, Billy Dean, Vern Gosdin and various others in the country field. bobbyboydmusic.com  
Friday September 30th    
Ru Coleman 6PM

Candy Coburn 8PM
Silo Road 10:30PM

Ru Coleman is a young, guitar virtuoso from Spicewood, specializing in Americana, blues and roots music. His musical influences include: Albert Collins, Stevie Ray Vaughan, Delbert McClinton, Bob Marley, Bob Dylan, Waylon Jennings, Willie Nelson, and Miles Davis.

Candy Coburn was born in Kentucky and raised in Missouri and Texas. Her love for music came from her grandmother, who listened to gospel music along with Glenn Miller, Loretta Lynn and George Jones. Candy knew from her very earliest memories she was meant for a career in music entertainment, and began to dedicate herself to learning everything she needed to become a successful performer. She has shared the stage with many notable artists, including Brooks and Dunn, Kellie Pickler, Montgomery Gentry, Blake Shelton, and many more. www.candycoburn.com Silo Road, a 4-piece Americana & Roots ("Ameripolitan") band, evolved from an acoustic Roots act paying homage to classic Texas artists into the powerful live band they are  today. Their emphasis on well-crafted storylines, tight harmonies, and dynamic song elements, executed with precise musicianship, has helped them develop a unique sound:  Americana forged and hardened in the musical hearth of the great Republic of Texas.
www.siloroadband.com
     
Click here to see our monthly calendar-at-a-glance.
We added a new feature to the calendar. Click on the band listing and a new page will open with this nifty widget from ReverbNation. The widget features a sampling of the artists' songs, videos, pictures and blog. Enjoy!