This is a repeating eventseptember 8, 2018 7:00 pm
Hill Country Galleria is hosting their signature Saturday Night Concert Series every Saturday in September and continuing into October with music starting at 7 p.m. in the Central
Hill Country Galleria is hosting their signature Saturday Night Concert Series every Saturday in September and continuing into October with music starting at 7 p.m. in the Central Plaza. Guests can sit back, relax and enjoy this free event with family and friends. Guests are encouraged to bring blankets or chairs to lounge on the grassy lawn during the show and arrive early to shop and dine at Hill Country Galleria retailers and even get their meal delivered straight to the Central Plaza. Sun Radio 100.1FM will be on-site to emcee the event to introduce guests to the band.
September 1 – Brandon Alan Band
The guitar-aficionado, described as “John Mayer dipped in a country river” recently released his newest radio single “ANOTHER DAY” May 1, 2018. This summer release has already debuted in the top 100 of the Texas Regional Radio charts. This single follows the successful national radio releases “Different Way,” “Just Say When” and “Through the Cracks.”
September 8 – Jomo & The Possum Posse
Best known for the wildly popular viral video series, “Guy On A Buffalo,” Jomo & The Possum Posse made a name for themselves with their unique blend of cynicism, dead-eyed soul and anti-machismo honky-tonk. Their cult video series has surpassed 20 million views, garnering national attention from NPR’s All Things Considered, Forbes, G4’s Attack of the Show, and a slew of major media outlets.
September 15 – Guy Forsyth Blues Band
Austin’s Guy Forsyth has long enjoyed praise for his dazzling live shows and rich Americana and Blues roots sound. Playing slide guitar and harmonica in both acoustic and electric styles, Forsyth is a musician’s musician practically turning anything into an instrument, be it a saw or an odd household item, he finds a way to captivate the audience’s attention with it. Forsyth’s repertoire incorporates elements of blues and Americana traditions, with trace elements of rock, R&B, folk, jazz and pop having been inspired by the great voices of American roots, Muddy, Wolf, Elmore, Little Walter, Armstrong, Waller, Smith, Watson, Waits, Bell and many more.
September 22 – Nakia
Before he was on “The Voice,” Nakia was a Blues Grifter. Named for the age-old concept of stealing from the greats, the Blues Grifters formed in 2010. The band quickly became a hit on the club circuit in Austin performing at the legendary “Home of the Blues,” Antone’s Nightclub, and the South Austin hot spot, C-Boy’s Heart & Soul and began recording its first album.
September 29 – Ready Betty
Ready Betty takes you on a musical journey back in time. This time warp begins from 1940’s swing and travels through 1950’s rockabilly and Groovy 1960’s. The all-girl band plays covers and original songs in the blues, rock, rockabilly and funk genres.