Tuesday, March 30, 2010

April 2010

April 1
Kaiser Brothers The Amorist @ South Texas State Fair
Blue Broussard Band @ Whiskey River

April 2
Guy Forsyth, Mike Atkins @ South Texas State Fair
Eazy with Dave Shaw @ Larry's French Market
Wild West Show @ Honky Tonk Texas
The Cries Of @ The Barking Dog
Zona Jones @ Whiskey River
Meriwether, Mothers Anthem, The Silent Planet @ AJ's Bar and Grill
The J. Wesley Haynes Trio, The Vagabond Swing @ Luna Bar and Grill

April 3
Sinizen @ Luna Bar and Grill
JAG @ Madison's
Miss Celia, Zachariah Silas @ The Barking Dog
The Loch, The Red Airplanes, Cordell Harris and UltraSuede, Jo-El Sonnier, Hamilton Loomis @ South Texas State Fair

April 6
El Floppy Tacos @ Madison's

April 7
The Stark Experiment @ The Hub

April 8
Kaiser Brothers @ Pacesetter
Cross Canadian Ragweed @ Dixie Dance Hall

April 9
Randy Travis @ Delta Downs Event Center
She Craves @ Luna Bar and Grill

April 10
Ken Marvel and Swamp Rock @ Larry's French Market
Boys II Men @ Isle of Capri
Still Cruisin' @ Madison's

April 13
El Floppy Tacos @ Madison's

April 16
Saratoga Lights @ The Barking Dog

April 17
Chris Botti @ Lutcher Theater
Ken Marvel and Swamp Rock @ Honky Tonk Texas
Hurricane Bear @ The Art Studio
Acme Bar Band @ Logon Cafe
Sweet Root @ Madison's
The Loch, Mobley, Dewinter @ The Barking Dog

April 20
El Floppy Tacos @ Madison's

April 22
Chris Young @ Dixie Dance Hall

April 23
The Consequences of Sound @ The Barking Dog

April 24
ZZ Top, Edgar Winter Band, Jonathan Tyler and the Northern Lights @ Ford Pavilion
Hurricane Bear @ Hole in the Wall
The Evertronic @ The Barking Dog
Mike Zito Band @ Madison's

April 25
Ken Marvel and Swamp Rock @ Jefferson County Singles Club

April 27
El Floppy Tacos @ Madison's

April 29
Kevin Fowler @ Whiskey River
Josh Garrett and Bottomline @ L'Auberge du Lac Casino

April 30
Nothing More @ AJ's Bar and Grill
Soul Vacation @ Dylan's

Friday, March 12, 2010

Glenn Beck - Behind The Music

Media Matters: Glenn Beck attacks popular music as "propaganda" that is helping to advance a progressive agenda and undermine America.

Beck and crew call Springsteen's "Born in the U.S.A." "anti-American."

"On Beck's radio show, co-host Pat Gray stated: "How many of us go to the Fourth of July fireworks display, we see the fireworks blasting, exploding in the air, and we hear 'Born in the U.S.A.' by Bruce Springsteen, and we're like, 'Yeah, "Born in the U.S.A." ' And you get filled with patriotic pride, and then you find out that Bruce Springsteen's 'Born in the U.S.A.' is anti-American." After Beck read the lyrics of the song, Gray said, "That's what it's all about. That's what America's about, according to Bruce Springsteen." Beck responded: "See, here's the thing that I don't think people understand yet -- I think you do -- that it is time for us to wake up out of our dream state, wake up out of the propaganda." [Premiere Radio Networks' The Glenn Beck Program, 3/11/10]

Beck warns viewers that Woody Guthrie's "This Land Is Your Land" is "about a progressive utopia."

"On his Fox News show, Beck read lyrics from "This Land Is Your Land" by Woody Guthrie -- whom he identified as a communist -- and stated: "This song is about a progressive utopia where there are no owners of anything. We all just share it. It's made for you -- it's your land, it's my land. We all have it together. Some people have property now, and some people don't. We can all think of this song as an American song. Yes, it is -- an American progressive song." [Fox News' Glenn Beck, 3/10/10]

Beck analyzes Beatles' "Revolution" to illustrate progressives' plan to slowly institute Marxism.

"On his radio show, Beck implored his listeners to "listen to the words" of the Beatles' "Revolution." After playing part of the song, Beck asked, "Do you know why those two lines -- evolution and revolution -- are in this song?" Beck then said, "If you know the history of progressives" and stated that progressives and Marxists "believe in all the same stuff." Beck continued: "Their [progressives'] idea was you don't need a bloody revolution. You just evolve things slowly, and you'll change the world." After playing more of the song, Gray said, "This is all -- it's peaceful." Beck responded, "But it's progressive." [The Glenn Beck Program, 1/21/10]

Beck again on "Revolution"

"[I]t's all about understanding how progressives have been operating." On his January 25 Fox News show, Beck again warned about the Beatles:

BECK: Last week on radio, we were talking about the Beatles song, "Revolution." I really listened to the words of this and I got to tell you something, the Beatles spells it -- they spell it all out. And it's all about understanding how progressives have been operating.


BECK: The Beatles knew. They knew, opening and defending Mao, or attacking the Constitution would be suicidal. You can't change it. You can't have a revolution. But you can make the Constitution evolve. You can make it a -- what is it progressives said around the turn of the century -- a living document! Evolution. Evolution, not revolution -- slowly, step-by-step. [Glenn Beck, 1/25/10]


Tuesday, March 2, 2010

Message From Capt. Clegg - Hellbilly 2 Tour Documentary

From Capt. Clegg [Beaumont's own Jesse Dayton]:

"The new documentary filmed while on tour w/ Rob Zombies Hellbilly Deluxe 2 Tour is comin out! Right after I finished the tour w/ the Zombster, I went to Europe for shows, then onto more shows in the Midwest - soooo, now we’ve finally had time to finish this film and it’s yielded brutally killer results! Originally shot on tour by John Bradley and edited by myself, John and Don Swaynos, the film brings you backstage for a real slice of bleeding life on a major metal/rock tour like none other - the question is, how did a honky tonk singer from Austin wind up on one of the coolest metal/rock tours of the year? - we answer that question and more.

"Plus the film takes you through the backstages, live performances of many a huge venues and interviews and behind-the-scenes happenings of the band RZ put together for his Halloween 2 movie - so see Capt. Clegg, Baron Lansing Wounds, Lord Victor Ward and the ever dangerous Mr. Black w/ legendary go-go dancer Mistress Clegg brang it all home in this film now."

More to come ...



March 2
El Floppy Tacos @ Madison's.

March 3
Jimmy Kaiser @ The West.

March 4
Clint Faulk and Sherri Lynn @ Larry's French Market.

March 5
Y2Steve, Black Sheep Radio @ The Barking Dog.
Research Turtles, We Were Wolves, The Shammies @ Hole in the Wall.
Ward, Bowen and Steinman @ Logon Cafe.
The Vettes and Mother Anthem @ AJ's Bar and Grill.

March 6
Unclassified Rhythm and Soul @ The Barking Dog.
Danny O'Flaherty, Ronnie Bennett and the Night Riders @ Logon Cafe.
Bryce Shaver Band, David Lee Kaiser @ Ford Park.
Bryce Shaver Band @ Madison's.

March 7
Sour Mash @ Hole in the Wall.

March 9
Kill Icarus, Silent Civilian, Blind Witness, Years of Red Skies @ AJ's Bar and Grill.
Jimmy Kaiser @ Goodfella's.

March 11
Kay Miller Trio @ Logon Cafe.
Silent Civilian, Years of Red Skies, Killjoy 72 @ Outlaw Drinkin' Club.

March 12
Brad Wells with Be Happy Stay Happy @ The Barking Dog.
Circuit Breakers @ Logon Cafe.

March 13
Stone Cold @ Logon Cafe.
Thanks for Socializing @ The Barking Dog.

March 15
Night and Day Orchestra @ Logon Cafe.

March 16
Givers, Jeff the Brotherhood, Gonzo Sirens @ Star Bar.

March 17
Old Trick @ The West.
Mid-Life Crisis @ Suga's.

March 18
Eli Young Band @ Dixie Dance Hall.
Common Grey @ Hot Topic [!]

March 19
The Rick Show with Kenny Wiebusch and the Outstanding Warrants @ Logon Cafe.

March 20
Dustin Ray and Southern Groove @ Larry's French Market.
Saratoga Lights @ The Barking Dog.
Onofatman @ Logon Cafe.

March 25
The Quartet with Dana Arterberry @ Logon Cafe.
Research Turtles @ Jack Daniels Bar and Grill.

March 26
Common Grey, Clairmont, The Get Down @ The Barking Dog.
Acme Bar Band @ Logon Cafe.
Billy Poullard and Zydeco Combo @ Larry's French Market.

March 27
Eagle Rider, Plastic Never Rusts, Cousin Phelpy, Wishdragon @ The Art Studio.
Jimmy Kaiser @ Spindletop.
Southern Sabbath @ Outlaw Drinkin' Club.
Chris Miller and Bayou Roots @ Larry's French Market.
Fleft, The Go-T’s, Wishdragon, The Living Dead, Little Timmy McFarland from Flight 19 @ The Barking Dog.

March 30
Jimmy Kaiser @ Goodfella's.

March 31
Blue Broussard @ The West.