Jake DeCasper
Oct
20
to Oct 21

Jake DeCasper

Performing live, downstairs, at San Jac Saloon.

JD was born in this American World in a cool Wednesday afternoon in July of ‘92...and his folk roots quickly molded into his rebellious soul while Baby Got Back by Sir Mix Alot flooded the radio and Jazz by Toni Morrison awoke our minds. His deepest inspirations break out through blusey vocals, heavy drum kicks, and twangy guitar riffs when he crushes covers from anything between Tom Petty, The Avett Brothers, & Johnny Cash, to John Mayer, Rayn Adams,& Nirvana. His mind is a jukebox, and he likes to be tested, just bring a couple quarters. Come through with your deep cut request or just come for the show, it’s bound to be a good one. Since the fall of 2015, JD Casper has become a consistent vibration in downtown Austin, performing regularly on sixth street rooftops, like Handlebar and Blind Pig, and also for happy hour crowds at Unbarlievable, Bufords and more. Be sure to follow his instagram ( @JD_Casper

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Will Southern
Oct
20
5:00 PM17:00

Will Southern

Performing live, downstairs, at San Jac Saloon.

A full-time musician based out of Austin, Texas. Though you may catch him in Nashville, NYC or Sydney. Last year he played somewhere in the neighborhood of 300 shows and is currently in the midst of making a new record with good friends John Shaw and Goose Gossett. 

http://www.willsouthern.com
 

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Will Southern
Oct
19
to Oct 20

Will Southern

Performing live at Jack’s Upstairs.

A full-time musician based out of Austin, Texas. Though you may catch him in Nashville, NYC or Sydney. Last year he played somewhere in the neighborhood of 300 shows and is currently in the midst of making a new record with good friends John Shaw and Goose Gossett. 

http://www.willsouthern.com
 

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Aaron Navarro Band
Oct
19
to Oct 20

Aaron Navarro Band

Playing live, downstairs, at San Jac Saloon.

The Aaron Navarro Band plays some of the best country music covers heard on 6th St. You can catch these guys playing all of the top hits from Johnny Cash, Merle Haggard, Josh Turner, George Straight, Luke Combs, and many more.

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Devin Hale
Oct
19
6:00 PM18:00

Devin Hale

Performing live, downstairs, at San Jac Saloon.

Performing solo acoustic since 2011, Kentucky-born Devin Hale is no stranger to entertainment. Influenced by the performances of Garth Brooks and Eric Church, the late 20’s singer emulates the energies of his favorite artists and brings it to you right here in Austin, Texas. It ain’t all honky-tonkin’ country, either; this well-rounded artist has a few tricks up his sleeve. Included with the classics are new takes from all genres, including old school R&B, hip-hop, pop, and classic rock. You never know what you’re gonna get!

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Denny Herrin
Oct
19
12:00 PM12:00

Denny Herrin

Performing live, downstairs, at San Jac Saloon.

 Born in Austin, Texas and raised in the Central Texas Hill Country,  Denny Herrin can't help but express his small town roots through his  music.  Denny’s earliest introduction to music and country western  dancehalls is credited to his parent’s love of the genre and honky-tonk  atmosphere.  In fact, his parents met in a dance hall and have passed  down their passion for music to Denny.  At a young age, Denny was  exposed to an array of musical talent and genres ranging from pop,  country, blues, rock, celtic and bluegrass.

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Will Southern
Oct
18
to Oct 19

Will Southern

Performing live at San Jac Saloon.

A full-time musician based out of Austin, Texas. Though you may catch him in Nashville, NYC or Sydney. Last year he played somewhere in the neighborhood of 300 shows and is currently in the midst of making a new record with good friends John Shaw and Goose Gossett. 

http://www.willsouthern.com
 

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The Nine-Pound Hammers
Oct
18
to Oct 19

The Nine-Pound Hammers

Performing live, downstairs, at San Jac Saloon.

The Nine-Pound Hammers are named after one of Will's favorite bluegrass songs "Nine-Pound Hammer," written by Merle Travis. Founding members Chris Ray and Will Southern both have degrees in music from Belmont University in Nashville, TN. All of the guys currently reside in Austin, TX. However, Chris Ray is the only native Austinite.

http://www.ninepoundhammers.com

http://instagram.com/theninepoundhammers

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Chris Ray
Oct
18
6:00 PM18:00

Chris Ray

Performing live at San Jac Saloon.

Chris Ray is a country singer born and raised right here in Austin, Texas. Chris got his degree in music from Belmont University in Nashville, Tennessee and went on to preform on Carnival Cruise ships for five years. He plays all of the best country music covers from outlaw to new age and even plays some of the best party tunes from the 90's and early 2000's. 

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Jordan Middleton
Oct
17
to Oct 18

Jordan Middleton

Performing live at Jack’s Upstairs.

“Music has always felt natural to me. I’ve always known this is what I wanted to do,” says songwriter Jordan Middleton. “I always kind of aspired to be like my dad in a musical sense. I grew up watching him on stage and have always felt drawn to performing and songwriting.” Jordan’s dad is musician Joe Middleton, whose rock ensembles Seaboard and Idlewild South, enjoyed regional success in the 80s and early 90s. “From the very beginning, Jordan was exposed to music. He would accompany me to rehearsals and his mom and I made sure he was exposed to the classics,” the elder Middleton laughs. “You know, like Kiss, Johnny Cash, and Steve Earle.” Joe gave Jordan a small Fender acoustic guitar when he was eight and taught his son a few chords. By the time Jordan entered high school he was living music, just like his dad. “He had a real ability to write memorable chord progressions, but it took him a while to find his voice,” recalls Joe. “He’s developed a soulful, original style without sounding like anyone else.” “My vocals carry the tone of the songs. I get the Gregg Allman comparison a lot,” Jordan says. “I find a way to put myself vocally back into how I was feeling when I wrote a particular song." "I spend a lot of time on lyrics and try to make sure I’m getting my point across without sounding like a broken record. I like to find new ways to say something that’s been said a thousand times before.” 

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The Nine-Pound Hammers
Oct
17
to Oct 18

The Nine-Pound Hammers

Performing live, downstairs, at San Jac Saloon.

The Nine-Pound Hammers are named after one of Will's favorite bluegrass songs "Nine-Pound Hammer," written by Merle Travis. Founding members Chris Ray and Will Southern both have degrees in music from Belmont University in Nashville, TN. All of the guys currently reside in Austin, TX. However, Chris Ray is the only native Austinite.

http://www.ninepoundhammers.com

http://instagram.com/theninepoundhammers

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Chris Ray
Oct
17
6:00 PM18:00

Chris Ray

Performing live at San Jac Saloon.

Chris Ray is a country singer born and raised right here in Austin, Texas. Chris got his degree in music from Belmont University in Nashville, Tennessee and went on to preform on Carnival Cruise ships for five years. He plays all of the best country music covers from outlaw to new age and even plays some of the best party tunes from the 90's and early 2000's. 

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Jordan Middleton
Oct
17
3:00 PM15:00

Jordan Middleton

Performing live, downstairs, at San Jac Saloon.

“Music has always felt natural to me. I’ve always known this is what I wanted to do,” says songwriter Jordan Middleton. “I always kind of aspired to be like my dad in a musical sense. I grew up watching him on stage and have always felt drawn to performing and songwriting.” Jordan’s dad is musician Joe Middleton, whose rock ensembles Seaboard and Idlewild South, enjoyed regional success in the 80s and early 90s. “From the very beginning, Jordan was exposed to music. He would accompany me to rehearsals and his mom and I made sure he was exposed to the classics,” the elder Middleton laughs. “You know, like Kiss, Johnny Cash, and Steve Earle.” Joe gave Jordan a small Fender acoustic guitar when he was eight and taught his son a few chords. By the time Jordan entered high school he was living music, just like his dad. “He had a real ability to write memorable chord progressions, but it took him a while to find his voice,” recalls Joe. “He’s developed a soulful, original style without sounding like anyone else.” “My vocals carry the tone of the songs. I get the Gregg Allman comparison a lot,” Jordan says. “I find a way to put myself vocally back into how I was feeling when I wrote a particular song." "I spend a lot of time on lyrics and try to make sure I’m getting my point across without sounding like a broken record. I like to find new ways to say something that’s been said a thousand times before.” 

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The Nine-Pound Hammers
Oct
16
to Oct 17

The Nine-Pound Hammers

Performing live, downstairs, at San Jac Saloon.

The Nine-Pound Hammers are named after one of Will's favorite bluegrass songs "Nine-Pound Hammer," written by Merle Travis. Founding members Chris Ray and Will Southern both have degrees in music from Belmont University in Nashville, TN. All of the guys currently reside in Austin, TX. However, Chris Ray is the only native Austinite.

http://www.ninepoundhammers.com

http://instagram.com/theninepoundhammers

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Jordan Middleton
Oct
16
to Oct 17

Jordan Middleton

Performing live at Jack’s Upstairs.

“Music has always felt natural to me. I’ve always known this is what I wanted to do,” says songwriter Jordan Middleton. “I always kind of aspired to be like my dad in a musical sense. I grew up watching him on stage and have always felt drawn to performing and songwriting.” Jordan’s dad is musician Joe Middleton, whose rock ensembles Seaboard and Idlewild South, enjoyed regional success in the 80s and early 90s. “From the very beginning, Jordan was exposed to music. He would accompany me to rehearsals and his mom and I made sure he was exposed to the classics,” the elder Middleton laughs. “You know, like Kiss, Johnny Cash, and Steve Earle.” Joe gave Jordan a small Fender acoustic guitar when he was eight and taught his son a few chords. By the time Jordan entered high school he was living music, just like his dad. “He had a real ability to write memorable chord progressions, but it took him a while to find his voice,” recalls Joe. “He’s developed a soulful, original style without sounding like anyone else.” “My vocals carry the tone of the songs. I get the Gregg Allman comparison a lot,” Jordan says. “I find a way to put myself vocally back into how I was feeling when I wrote a particular song." "I spend a lot of time on lyrics and try to make sure I’m getting my point across without sounding like a broken record. I like to find new ways to say something that’s been said a thousand times before.” 

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Chris Ray
Oct
16
5:00 PM17:00

Chris Ray

Performing live, downstairs, at San Jac Saloon.

Chris Ray is a country singer born and raised right here in Austin, Texas. Chris got his degree in music from Belmont University in Nashville, Tennessee and went on to preform on Carnival Cruise ships for five years. He plays all of the best country music covers from outlaw to new age and even plays some of the best party tunes from the 90's and early 2000's. 

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Jordan Middleton
Oct
15
to Oct 16

Jordan Middleton

Performing live at Jack’s Upstairs.

“Music has always felt natural to me. I’ve always known this is what I wanted to do,” says songwriter Jordan Middleton. “I always kind of aspired to be like my dad in a musical sense. I grew up watching him on stage and have always felt drawn to performing and songwriting.” Jordan’s dad is musician Joe Middleton, whose rock ensembles Seaboard and Idlewild South, enjoyed regional success in the 80s and early 90s. “From the very beginning, Jordan was exposed to music. He would accompany me to rehearsals and his mom and I made sure he was exposed to the classics,” the elder Middleton laughs. “You know, like Kiss, Johnny Cash, and Steve Earle.” Joe gave Jordan a small Fender acoustic guitar when he was eight and taught his son a few chords. By the time Jordan entered high school he was living music, just like his dad. “He had a real ability to write memorable chord progressions, but it took him a while to find his voice,” recalls Joe. “He’s developed a soulful, original style without sounding like anyone else.” “My vocals carry the tone of the songs. I get the Gregg Allman comparison a lot,” Jordan says. “I find a way to put myself vocally back into how I was feeling when I wrote a particular song." "I spend a lot of time on lyrics and try to make sure I’m getting my point across without sounding like a broken record. I like to find new ways to say something that’s been said a thousand times before.” 

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Aaron Navarro Band
Oct
15
to Oct 16

Aaron Navarro Band

Playing live, downstairs, at San Jac Saloon.

The Aaron Navarro Band plays some of the best country music covers heard on 6th St. You can catch these guys playing all of the top hits from Johnny Cash, Merle Haggard, Josh Turner, George Straight, Luke Combs, and many more.

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The Grundy County Auction Co.
Oct
14
to Oct 15

The Grundy County Auction Co.

Performing live at San Jac Saloon.

Born and raised in North Carolina, Will Southern presents a full-on 90s country band, featuring all of your favorites from Alan Jackson to Deana Carter and Brooks and Dunn. Come by for two-stepping and reminisce on those bleached jeans you finally threw out 10 years ago.

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Will Southern
Oct
13
6:00 PM18:00

Will Southern

Performing live, downstairs, at San Jac Saloon.

A full-time musician based out of Austin, Texas. Though you may catch him in Nashville, NYC or Sydney. Last year he played somewhere in the neighborhood of 300 shows and is currently in the midst of making a new record with good friends John Shaw and Goose Gossett. 

http://www.willsouthern.com
 

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The Nine-Pound Hammers
Oct
11
to Oct 12

The Nine-Pound Hammers

Performing live, downstairs, at San Jac Saloon.

The Nine-Pound Hammers are named after one of Will's favorite bluegrass songs "Nine-Pound Hammer," written by Merle Travis. Founding members Chris Ray and Will Southern both have degrees in music from Belmont University in Nashville, TN. All of the guys currently reside in Austin, TX. However, Chris Ray is the only native Austinite.

http://www.ninepoundhammers.com

http://instagram.com/theninepoundhammers

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Jordan Middleton
Oct
10
3:00 PM15:00

Jordan Middleton

Performing live, downstairs, at San Jac Saloon.

“Music has always felt natural to me. I’ve always known this is what I wanted to do,” says songwriter Jordan Middleton. “I always kind of aspired to be like my dad in a musical sense. I grew up watching him on stage and have always felt drawn to performing and songwriting.” Jordan’s dad is musician Joe Middleton, whose rock ensembles Seaboard and Idlewild South, enjoyed regional success in the 80s and early 90s. “From the very beginning, Jordan was exposed to music. He would accompany me to rehearsals and his mom and I made sure he was exposed to the classics,” the elder Middleton laughs. “You know, like Kiss, Johnny Cash, and Steve Earle.” Joe gave Jordan a small Fender acoustic guitar when he was eight and taught his son a few chords. By the time Jordan entered high school he was living music, just like his dad. “He had a real ability to write memorable chord progressions, but it took him a while to find his voice,” recalls Joe. “He’s developed a soulful, original style without sounding like anyone else.” “My vocals carry the tone of the songs. I get the Gregg Allman comparison a lot,” Jordan says. “I find a way to put myself vocally back into how I was feeling when I wrote a particular song." "I spend a lot of time on lyrics and try to make sure I’m getting my point across without sounding like a broken record. I like to find new ways to say something that’s been said a thousand times before.” 

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Dakota Poorman
Oct
9
to Oct 10

Dakota Poorman

Performing live at Jack’s Upstairs.

Dakota Poorman is a singer-songwriter from Maple Valley, WA and has been making his way throughout the states of Washington, Oregon, California, Nevada, Montana, Wyoming, Colorado and Texas.  Dakota entertains audiences with his unique style of “Red, White and Blue Collar” Country with his own original music and his interpretation of music by artists such as Eric Church, Hank Williams Jr., Bob Seger, Marshall Tucker Band and Waylon Jennings.

Dakota’s music, combined with his quick witt, humor and high energy style will have you on the dance floor and singing along throughout the night. Whether you are sitting around a roaring fire with some beers and friends or in a room with five, 500 or 5,000 people, Dakota will be able to become friends with everyone of them…when he gets on stage he makes it about the music, the crowd and the fun!

Dakota’s venues include Steel Creek, the Hard Rock Cafe, Draft Choice, Red Dog Saloon, Kickin’ A Saloon, Bootleggers, Mavericks, Bourbon Jacks, the Yella Beak, the famous Tractor Tavern in Seattle, and even the Key Arena (just to name a few). He’s shared the stage with ACES-UP, Blackstone, Crawford & James, Robbie Walden Band and Perry Acker and has opened for acts such as Jon Pardi, Dustin Lynch, Parmalee, Lauren Alaina, Keith Anderson, Micky Guyton and many others.

Dakota has a passion for our US military men and women, law enforcement officers and children. Dakota can be found playing for the troops at the Sea-Tac USO performing for service men and women and their families before shipping off to over-seas assignments, as well as for kids in classrooms and other benefit concerts.

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Dakota Poorman
Oct
8
to Oct 9

Dakota Poorman

Performing live at Jack’s Upstairs.

Dakota Poorman is a singer-songwriter from Maple Valley, WA and has been making his way throughout the states of Washington, Oregon, California, Nevada, Montana, Wyoming, Colorado and Texas.  Dakota entertains audiences with his unique style of “Red, White and Blue Collar” Country with his own original music and his interpretation of music by artists such as Eric Church, Hank Williams Jr., Bob Seger, Marshall Tucker Band and Waylon Jennings.

Dakota’s music, combined with his quick witt, humor and high energy style will have you on the dance floor and singing along throughout the night. Whether you are sitting around a roaring fire with some beers and friends or in a room with five, 500 or 5,000 people, Dakota will be able to become friends with everyone of them…when he gets on stage he makes it about the music, the crowd and the fun!

Dakota’s venues include Steel Creek, the Hard Rock Cafe, Draft Choice, Red Dog Saloon, Kickin’ A Saloon, Bootleggers, Mavericks, Bourbon Jacks, the Yella Beak, the famous Tractor Tavern in Seattle, and even the Key Arena (just to name a few). He’s shared the stage with ACES-UP, Blackstone, Crawford & James, Robbie Walden Band and Perry Acker and has opened for acts such as Jon Pardi, Dustin Lynch, Parmalee, Lauren Alaina, Keith Anderson, Micky Guyton and many others.

Dakota has a passion for our US military men and women, law enforcement officers and children. Dakota can be found playing for the troops at the Sea-Tac USO performing for service men and women and their families before shipping off to over-seas assignments, as well as for kids in classrooms and other benefit concerts.

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Dakota Poorman
Oct
6
6:00 PM18:00

Dakota Poorman

Performing live, downstairs, at San Jac Saloon.

Dakota Poorman is a singer-songwriter from Maple Valley, WA and has been making his way throughout the states of Washington, Oregon, California, Nevada, Montana, Wyoming, Colorado and Texas.  Dakota entertains audiences with his unique style of “Red, White and Blue Collar” Country with his own original music and his interpretation of music by artists such as Eric Church, Hank Williams Jr., Bob Seger, Marshall Tucker Band and Waylon Jennings.

Dakota’s music, combined with his quick witt, humor and high energy style will have you on the dance floor and singing along throughout the night. Whether you are sitting around a roaring fire with some beers and friends or in a room with five, 500 or 5,000 people, Dakota will be able to become friends with everyone of them…when he gets on stage he makes it about the music, the crowd and the fun!

Dakota’s venues include Steel Creek, the Hard Rock Cafe, Draft Choice, Red Dog Saloon, Kickin’ A Saloon, Bootleggers, Mavericks, Bourbon Jacks, the Yella Beak, the famous Tractor Tavern in Seattle, and even the Key Arena (just to name a few). He’s shared the stage with ACES-UP, Blackstone, Crawford & James, Robbie Walden Band and Perry Acker and has opened for acts such as Jon Pardi, Dustin Lynch, Parmalee, Lauren Alaina, Keith Anderson, Micky Guyton and many others.

Dakota has a passion for our US military men and women, law enforcement officers and children. Dakota can be found playing for the troops at the Sea-Tac USO performing for service men and women and their families before shipping off to over-seas assignments, as well as for kids in classrooms and other benefit concerts.

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