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Susanna's Kitchen Presents The Peterson Brothers, August 15th 2019

The Peterson Brothers perform at Susanna's Kitchen

The Peterson Brothers perform on the stage at Susanna's Kitchen Coffeehouse on Thursday, August 15th, 2019.

It's been said that "the only thing missing from The Peterson Brothers Band is the word 'amazing' at the front of the name." The Peterson Brothers will be bringing their uniquely modern blend of blues, soul, jazz, and funk back to the Coffeehouse on August 15.
Raised deep in the "Lost Pines" of Bastrop, Alex, on bass and vocals, and Glenn Jr., on guitar and lead vocals, have grown up playing together since they were very young. Now they are rising stars in Austin, holding standing-room-only weekly residency at Austin's famed music hall The Continental Club.
Glenn and Alex are also amazing audiences throughout the United States, appearing at the Chicago Blues Festival, Minnesota State Fair, Riverbend Festival, Austin City Limits Festival, Ogden Roots and Blues, and many more. They have opened for the likes of Willie Nelson, Gary Clark Jr., Buddy Guy, the late B.B. King, Kenny Wayne Shepherd, and Los Lonely Boys, and gained the attention of the one and only Bootsy Collins, who has become a true mentor.
The brothers play and riff off of each other, free-styling or often breaking into synchronized movements. "You can't help but smile when you watch them play," a reviewer wrote in Texas Lifestyle Magazine. Austin 360.com said of them, "Their set [is] bristling with fun and infectious energy."
Their self-titled debut album won the Living Blues Critics Award for Best Debut Blues Album of 2015. Most recently, the Peterson Brothers won accolades as #2 in Blues/Soul/Funk and #6 in Under 18, in the Austin Chronicle's Music Awards, Best Performing Bands, 2016 - 2017. In 2016, the City of Austin honored the brothers by proclaiming October 3rd (Stevie Ray Vaughan's Birthday) as "Peterson Brothers' Day" in Austin, a huge honor in recognition of their musical achievements to date.
Susanna's Kitchen Coffeehouse presents the Peterson Brothers on Thursday, August 15. Doors open by 7:00 p.m. Concert begins at 7:30 pm at Wimberley United Methodist Church (corner RR 12 & CR 1492). Tickets are available only at the door. Adults $20, students under 18 $5. Sugar Shack Bakery pie, tamales, pizza, coffee, and soft drinks are available. Proceeds benefit Barnabas Connection, Camp Good Sam Wimberley, and Operation Good Shepherd, and provides scholarships for WUMC's Bright Beginnings Preschool.


CANCELLEDAug 15th
7:30 PM~10:00PM
1200 CR 1492
Wimberley, TX 78676
512.914-1703
Event Webpage
Peterson Brother's Website

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The Peterson Bros  perform at Susanna's Kitchen


Wood & Wire at Fischer Haus Cantina Aug 24th, 2019


Wood & Wire could have returned to Nashville to record North of Despair, but the pull of home was strong, so they elected to work in Dripping Springs, just outside of Austin in the Texas Hill Country. Holing up at renowned studio The Zone, they cut the tracks mostly live to tape, with minimal editing. Touring hard for the past three years helped solidify the songs, and you can feel the impromptu joy in each track. Bassist Dom Fisher lends a buoyancy to the music that mixes racing bluegrass bass lines with the backbeat of a great country bass player. A highlight of the group is the interplay between mandolinist Billy Bright and banjo player Trevor Smith, both of whom seem to delight in pugilistic bouts that romp through the songs, as much country-funk as it is Monroe & Scruggs. Though Kamel is the lead singer and songwriter, each band member contributes compositions and songwriting to the new album, a key feature of Wood & Wire's democratic nature. Bright's "Summertime Rolls" propels a fire-breathing mandolin line, but he takes a more philosophical stance on "As Good As It Gets." Fisher's co-write with Texas songwriter Robin Bernard, "Texas," has all the balletic grace of a great Western that reminds one of Townes Van Zandt. Kamel taps not only into his family's history in Texas, but also his love for the beautiful natural environments of the state and the raw power thereof; in "Awake in the Wake" he references the sound of cypress trees breaking apart during a thousand year flood. Wood & Wire considers itself fortunate to exist "south of rich and north of despair", buoyed by family and friends to keep them from the bottom. Never ones to shy away from hard work, Wood & Wire rely on their humble acoustic instruments and their own hands to make music meant to last. As Kamel sings "I ain't trying to be the kingpin, I'm just trying to make a living."
Come and join us.


Saturday, Aug 24th 2019
7:00PM~10:00PM
Gates open at 7pm - Food Served until 8:30pm
115 Fischer Store Road
Fischer, TX 78676
$20.00 Cash Door Donation
Gates open at 6:00PM - Main Show at 8:30PM
Wood & Wire's Website
!!!@ 8.08.19...currently a phishing warning on W&W's website!!!
Fischer Haus website
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  • BYOB - Beverages
  • Food is available to purchase or can bring your own
  • SAUCE Y MAMA'S Creole Red Beans & Rice with Andoullle Sausage
    Served with a small salad $10
    Banana Pudding $3
  • Family Friendly unless specified
  • No Dogs please
  • Please RSVP if you are planning on attending a show
  • You can sign up here for Concert Series Invitations
  • Camping available or Fischer Haus may have rooms available for certain shows~ (check ahead for rooms)
  • No Smoking in the Cantina when the sides are down
  • Non-smoking tables available when sides are up Tables and chairs are setup in the Cantina but you can bring your lawn chairs or blankets for outside viewing and listening
  • We typically have a Campfire Jam after an evening show, feel free to join in.... No minors at the Campfire Jam please
  • They are run by volunteers, we appreciate each and every one of you

Susanna's Kitchen Presents Shake Russell and Michael Hearne, Sept 19th 2019

Shake Russell and Michael Hearne perform at Susanna's Kitchen

Shake Russell

For more than three decades, Texas singer-songwriter Shake Russell has been entertaining audiences throughout the region with his unique, Americana style of folk-rock. A prolific songwriter, Shake has written or co-written hundreds of melodies.
Shake is a two-time recipient of the BMI "Million Air" award for Clint Black's recordings of "Put Yourself in My Shoes" and "One More Payment," both of which he co-wrote with Clint, and a four-time recipient of the BMI Writer's Award.
Weaving sophisticated harmonies through his songs and drawing from various genres, Shake created a style of folk-rock that is uniquely his own. His repertoire consists of a blend of love songs, ballads, and waltzes, skillfully balanced with lively rockabilly tunes and soulful rhythm and blues pieces. His lyrics are imbued with beautiful imagery, catchy phrases, and inventive similes and metaphors. But it is the rich, melodious voice of Shake Russell that breathes life and spirit into the lyrics.
Shake is currently touring with fellow veterans of the Texas music scene, Doug Floyd on mandolin and Mike Roberts on acoustic bass. The trio's contemporary acoustic arrangements, coupled with melodic three-part harmonies, create a unique, modern sound for those classic Shake Russell songs.

Michael Hearne

Michael Hearne's destiny has been tangled in wire and wood since he first laid his hands on a guitar at the age of seven. With a natural ear for harmony and an aptitude for picking, it wasn't long before a young Michael Hearne was a fixture at parties and local events in his childhood hometown of Dallas. By the age of sixteen he had honed his skills on the guitar and, without a doubt in his mind about his destiny, he hit the road as a touring musician.
Michael's career over the next few decades would take him across the southwest and beyond. Making a name for himself in his chosen hometown of Taos, New Mexico â€" Michael's signature sound on the guitar and beautifully distinctive voice became an integral part of any two-stepping event in the area.

Susanna's Kitchen Coffeehouse presents the Russell and Hearne on Thursday, Sept 19. Doors open by 7:00 p.m. Concert begins at 7:30 pm at Wimberley United Methodist Church (corner RR 12 & CR 1492). Tickets are available only at the door. Adults $25, students under 18 $5. Sugar Shack Bakery pie, tamales, pizza, coffee, and soft drinks are available. Proceeds benefit Barnabas Connection, Camp Good Sam Wimberley, and Operation Good Shepherd, and provides scholarships for WUMC's Bright Beginnings Preschool.


Sept 19th
7:30 PM~10:00PM
1200 CR 1492
Wimberley, TX 78676
512.914-1703
Event Webpage
Shake Russell's Website
Michael Hearne's Website
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While Taking in an Event - Stay in Wimberley's Creekhaven Inn

Texas Hill Country Elegance

   is yours at this secluded paradise. Lush in natural settings, exquisite decor and gracious hospitality. Creekhaven Inn, a perfect 'homebase' while exploring Wimberley and its surroundings and a perfect setting for romantic getaways, business meetings plus 'Girlfriend Getaways'. Located on Cypress Creek just downstream from Blue Hole Regional Park and walking distance to the Wimberley Village Square. It is an Inn within walking distance of the Square in Wimberley Texas Wimberley Square offers restaurants, diners, pie and ice cream stores. Shopping couldn't be more fun; art galleries, clothing stores, nick knacks, glass art, yard art, motorcycle clothing and the list goes on and on. All of this available with a short walk down the tree lined lane and over a bridge that spans beautiful Cypress Creek. We are very proud of our facilities, please call and make an appointment before stopping by. You deserve our full attention and calling ahead will permit us to give it to you.

400 Mill Race Lane, Wimberley, TX 78606
512.847.9344
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  Things to Do in Wimberley and Surrounding Areas

In addition to these events, there are more things to do in Wimberley and the surrounding area. Some of these are seasonal. recurring or activities. Cooking classes, wine tours, horseback riding, bingo, water related and more...  CLICK FOR MORE»
2020-01-01 - WimFarmersMarket
  Wimberley Farmers Market
RR 12 and River Road in Thrift Shop Parking Lot
The closest market for most Wimberley residents who prefer to eat seasonally and buy locally. Plenty of parking and variable numbers of vendors. Even when the vendor numbers are small, the produce offered is fresh and tempting. Home-made breads and cakes and candles are also regularly offered. A well-kept secret among those who love to eat fresh from the garden, but don't want to contend with the hassle and expense of garden maintenance in the rocky hill country "soil."  CLICK FOR MORE»
2020-01-02 - Area Market Days
  Wimberley Area Market Days & Farmers Markets

Farmers markets, flea markets, arts and crafts shows, trade days, and pick-your-own farms... around Wimberley and the Wimberley area. Check out these Market Day guides with resources for locally grown food and recycled treasures every week of the year, including featured vendors and products.  CLICK FOR MORE»
Kyle Market Days and Farmers Market
  Kyle Market Days and Farmers Market
512.262.3939
Partnering with Kyle Police Department's "Back to School Safety Fair"
Front Street between Kyle City Hall and the Historic Train Depot, under the Water Tower Kyle Market Day is held the second Saturday of the month, April through September, 9 AM to 1 PM. The ncore event of the year takes place this Saturday. Come visit us and enjoy the parade. This marketday features artists, craftsmen and produce, with live music by popular local musicians.  CLICK FOR MORE»
Blanco Market Day
  Blanco Market Days
830-833-2211 or email
Blanco Courthouse

Market Day is held on the grounds of the Old Blanco County Courthouse the 3rd Saturday of the month, March through November. For Market Day information call the Old Blanco County Courthouse Visitors Center at 830-833-2211 or email.  CLICK FOR MORE»
Gruene Market Days
  Gruene Market Days
830-832-1721
1724 Hunter Road in the Adobe Verde parking lot
Gruene, Texas
Gruene Market Days take place at 1724 Hunter Road in the Adobe Verde parking lot, just up the road from 'downtown Gruene' in New Braunfels, Texas.

 
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2013-07-28- Emancipet
  Emancipet in Wimberley for Low-Cost Spaying & Neutering
512-587-7729
Brookshire Brothers Grocery, 14100 RR 12
Help prevent abandoned, starving cats and dogs in Wimberley. Neutering your pet (or the strays who find refuge around your place) will keep them healthier and happier, and will avoid future feral generations. This low-cost opportunity just requires an appointment by phone or email. Appointments are required, click the link to arrange this for your pet or strays.  CLICK FOR MORE»
Wood & Wire at Fischer Haus Cantina
  Wood & Wire at Fischer Haus Cantina
512-538-5242
Fischer Haus Cantina
115 Fischer Store Rd
Fischer, Texas

Fischer Haus Concerts is excited to have return artists Wood & Wire.
Bluegrass at its finest.  CLICK FOR MORE»
annual Glass Pumpkin Patch at Wimberley Glassworks
  annual Glass Pumpkin Patch at Wimberley Glassworks
1-512-393-3316
Click Here To Email WGW
6469 Ranch Road 12
San Marcos, Tx 78666

Come on out to the hill country and feast your eyes on Wimberley Glassworks annual Gourdgeous Glass Pumpkin Patch with hundreds of glass pumpkins and gourds. Take your pick from the patch now, and join us September 28th for a day of glassblowing pumpkins, some live local country by the Tracie Lynn duo, Middleton Brewing cold beer on tap and glass blowing demonstrations by our team of artisans creating glass pumpkins with their twisty stems, all compliments of the Glassworks.  CLICK FOR MORE»


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