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September 16 Two Much Trouble 6:30 p.m. [jazz] $10 & Family Style Dinner [Roasted Chicken with new potatoes and local vegetables $24/person]

September 17 Anya Hinkle 4 p.m. [Born in the Appalachian Mountains of Virginia, ANYA HINKLE’s music is steeped in the tones of folk and bluegrass and seasoned by travels across the world with vivid storytelling, vibrant musicianship, and arresting honesty.] $15

September 22 Mark Tegio [Tegio’s songs include tales of wanderers and outcasts, dreamers and revelers, lovers and losers; all of whom he has been at one time or another. Originally from San Diego himself, Tegio found fellow native Tom Waits to be an early influence. Waits’ fantastical songs of seedy, sordid characters, accompanied by his raspy, guttural voice, inspired Tegio’s writing and singing. When Tegio was introduced to Texas songwriters such as Townes Van Zandt and Blaze Foley, he was quick to adapt some of his favorite aspects of their writing into his own developing style. Townes’ dark, poetic imagery, especially of natural beauty, paired with his lonesome yet hopeful songs, combined with the levity Foley frequently used in songs and Waits’ depictive storytelling, unite to create the holy union of barroom poetry that is Mark Tegio’s sound.]

Saturday, September 23 Harold Sessions Trio [Country Blues] $10

Saturday, September 30 Loose Engines [Americana]

Friday, October 6 Todd Day Wait

Sunday October 8 The Babybacks [Jazz, Soul, Blues, Rock]

October 14 Aaron Burnham and the Brushfires 8 p.m. [Aaron Burnham keeps the country troubadour tradition of Johnny Cash and Hank Williams alive with his original tunes and cowboy croons. With his backing band the Brushfires, Aaron will be sure to put some western swing in your step. Drawing on jazz standards, rockabilly, honky-tonk, and even a lil’ classical music, Aaron Burnham & the Brushfires conjure up a fresh but familiar sound. Echoing Marty Robbins & Buddy Holly, Aaron brings a rich, golden tenor voice not often heard in today’s country music.]

October 21 FALL MUSIC FESTIVAL: The Bastard Sons of Johnny Cash, The California Stars, Herald Sessions Trio, Elvis Cantu, The Moonlit Mustangs, The Truckaderos 2 p.m. til 11

Sunday, October 22 Marty O’Reilly 4 p.m.

November 12 Son of The Velvet Rat 4 p.m.

December 8 Gill Landry