Saturday all wrapped up…

… in waterproof, windproof patio walls.

We’re going to round out the evening with some country-ish rock, some blues-ish rock, some jazz-ish rock, and all of it will be on the cafe deck stage. Come have a snack, a beverage, and a night out despite the rain!

SATURDAY APRIL 20 — 4:30pm

Original Texas Country and Blues — Eric Hanke and the Resistance will get you moving, grooving, and then pausing and pondering with his poignant songs about life and love. We’re honored to have him back at the TCMF!

SATURDAY APRIL 20 — 5:45pm

Bubba Coltrane and the Train Wrecks is a seven piece party band that sports a two guitar attack, a bull fiddle, a guy named Bob banging on the drums, and a three piece, misfit horn section that originally introduced themselves as “The Holler and Swaller Horns”. Now they are just Train Wrecks til the end!

A “Bubba” Experience is a mixture of old soul, new originals, funk break downs, and party music that goes along deliciously with your favorite adult beverage. We promise to get your feet moving and your hands clapping if you just follow along to our instructions!

Note: Bubba Coltrane himself has been consistent in missing every show.

SATURDAY APRIL 20 — 7:00pm

Austin-Based Southern Soul & R&B!

Suburban Beat began in 2012 as the brainchild of husband/wife team Peter Mazzetti (guitarist-writer-producer) and Courtney Gray (vocalist-lyricist). The band plays all original material that is a variety of fun dance to eclectic listening music ranging from gritty World Beat to funky Fusion. The band’s dynamic range, skill level and diverse subject matter make for a truly unique musical experience. Suburban Beat is comprised of long-time local Austin musicians Courtney Gray-vocals, Peter Mazzetti-guitar, Robin T. Smith-keys, Jack Daniel-drums, and David Sumners-bass.