Enjoy Saturday nights outdoors with live music, free kids activities and great shopping!
The Hill Country Galleria has announced its lineup for the Fall 2015 Saturday Night Concert Series. The music begins at 7:00 pm in the Hill Country Galleria’s outdoor amphitheater. Sit back, relax, and enjoy this free event every Saturday night!
Bring your family, friends, and a blanket to lounge on the grassy lawn during the show. Browse the vendors, order to-go food & have it delivered to your spot on the grassy lawn, and enjoy free kids activities like face painting or balloon twisters!
Arrive early to ensure you get a free SWAG bag filled with fun items and discounts from the Hill Country Galleria merchants & sponsors!
Sun Radio 100.1FM will be on-site to emcee the event and introduce you to the band. Visit www.SunRadio.com for complete information on the live broadcast.
Fall 2015 lineup*:
Genre: Classic blues sounds of legends with their own unique blend of soul-infused inspiration
“The Peterson Brothers were born and raised deep in the “Lost Pines” of Bastrop, Texas. Alex, 15, on bass and violin and vocals; and Glenn Jr., 18 on guitar and lead vocals are two brothers, one sound. Their music combines the classic blues sounds of legends with their own unique blend of soul-infused inspiration.”
Genre: Rockabilly/Honky Tonk/Jazz/Western
Award-winning Girl of the Century, Working Girl with Guitar Rosie Flores has gone surfing, knifing her turquoise axe through some new uncharted musical waters. She was voted as one of the “Top 75 Greatest Female Guitarists of All Time” by Venuszine.
The Deer are Grace Park, Jesse Dalton, Michael McLeod, and Alan Eckert. The former three met at the Texas State School of Music, and later met Alan from the North Texas Jazz Program. They formed in 2011 when Grace and Michael began recording their debut album of mostly her songs, An Argument For Observation, in his home studio in Austin, Texas known as Nine Grey Clouds Studios. In 2013 the band lost backup singer and dear friend, Stephanie Bledsoe, to an accident on her farm; she was 27 years old. This tragedy sparked much change in their lives and songwriting, and they began to compose music collectively. To accomodate this shift they changed their name in 2014 from Grace Park & The Deer to The Deer. Their second album, On the Essence of the Indomitable Spirit, was dedicated to Stephanie’s memory and released in January 2015. They currently reside in Austin where they are recording their third album due in 2016.
Genre: Variety Cover Band
Explosive. Energizing. Electrifying. Outrageously Fun. These are often the words used to describe the sensation of Suede, a premier variety cover band also performing original music. See them light up the stage as an opening act in large-scale venues, wow a varied crowd at corporate events and utterly astound the audience in smaller, intimate venues.
“Carson McHone is an alt-country/americana songwriter from Austin, Texas. She released her debut self titled EP in 2013 and toured nationally and internationally in its support. Her vocals are featured on Shinyribs‘ newest album (Okra Candy, 2015), as well as on Ray Wylie Hubberd’s newest song “Chick Singer Badass Rockin”. In 2014 McHone was selected as one of six songwriters to represent the city of Austin in “Project #ATX6”.”
“I love country music,” says Mayeux. “But our music doesn’t always fit into an easy genre. It’s not traditional honky-tonk, two-steppin’ stuff. There’s a little more grit to it, and we’re getting eager to make it even less traditional. I’m really proud of it. “ Mayeux & Broussard will hit the road in support of their new album, High Times & Good Rhymes. Pick up your copy of the album while you are the Hill Country Galleria.
Before there was Americana, before there was Texas Country, Two Tons of Steel front man Kevin Geil and his original band, “Dead Crickets,” rocked a sound that blended the best of musical worlds and pushed the envelope of “Texas” sound with a signature brand of high-energy country meets raw punk.
Trees Marie, also known as the Princess of Country, is a Texas-native singer-songwriter from Dallas who lives in Austin, Texas. Her repertoire remains in the crosswaters between the sweet stories of folk and the dramatics of blues; but always teetering on the edge of Texas country.
*Schedule is tentative and subject to change.