A couple weeks ago Sundown at Granada announced that they will be having live music every single night for FREE starting at 11pm.
Here is the official line up.
The Birds of Night on Wednesday, October 31st
Retro garage rock full of reverb-drenched guitars, overdriven bass, and driving drums.
Goes Good With: Black Lips, The Strokes, The Velvet Underground, the walkmen
LeCure (Cure Tribute) on Thursday, November 1st
Dallas’ premiere tribute band to The Cure
Goes Good With: Makeup, Robert Smith, Tears, The Cure
Larry g(EE) on Friday, November 2nd
Modern yet timeless blend of funk, rock and silky soul grooves.
Goes Good With: Alabama Shakes, Fitz & the Tantrums, Mayer Hawthorn, Stevie Wonder
The Roomsounds on Saturday, November 3rd
Their rootsy, freewheeling approach evokes an era of 60’s and 70’s rock royalty.
Goes Good With: Black Keys, Rolling Stones, Ryan Adams, Tom Petty
What Made Milwaukee Famous on Thursday, November 8th
Austin indie rock veterans unite powerful, anthemic hooks with lush instrumentation.
Goes Good With: Nada Surf, The Shins, The Strokes, Wilco
Elijah Ford on Friday, November 9th
Son of Black Crowes’ guitarist and long-time member of Ryan Bingham’s band.
Goes Good With: Ben Kweller, Dr. Dog, My Morning Jacket, The Jayhawks
Rusty Brothers on Saturday, November 10th
Band of brothers play free-wheelin’, heartfelt Texas country with rockin’ guitars.
Goes Good With: Charlie Robison, Cory Morrow, Reckless Kelly, Turnpike Troubadours
Sounds Under Radio on Friday, November 16th
Goes Good With: Coldplay, Muse, Snow Patrol, Travis
Americanized Brit Rock with a stadium sized, anthemic musical demeanor.
Convoy & the Cattlemen on Saturday, November 17th
A cow-punk get-down with the energy of rock and roll and lots and lots of beer.
Goes Good With: Eleven Hundred Springs, Gram Parsons, Rev Horton Heat, Supersuckers
Dimitri’s Ascent on Friday, November 23rd
Pulsating with energy, Austin band mixes rock, funk, electro, disco and more.
Goes Good With: Bassnectar, Pink Floyd, STS9, Thievery Corporation
The Will Callers on Saturday, November 24th
Slow-burning, whiskey-stained roots-rock with swampy riffage and huge hooks.
Goes Good With: Alabama Shakes, Black Crowes, Rolling Stones, Ryan Adams
Eric Tessmer Band on Saturday, December 1st
Bad-ass blues rock from Austin with raw and uncompromising musicianship.
Goes Good With: Cream, Gov’t Mule, Jimi Hendrix, Stevie Ray Vaughan
Dead Flowers on Thursday, December 6th
Foot-stompin’ rock and roll with Texas twang.
Goes Good With: Hayes Carll, Old 97s, Ryan Bingham, Whiskeytown
The Raspas on Friday, December 14th
Catchy, uplifting reggae from the heart that is both classic and modern.
Goes Good With: Bob Marley, Slightly Stoopid, Sublime, The Expendables
The Orange on Saturday, December 15th
Rock and roll simmering with catchy hooks and soaring melodies.
Goes Good With: Black Rebel Motorcycle Club, Blur, Brian Jonestown Massacre, Stone Roses
Dove Hunter on Friday, December 21st
A unique and amazing mix of psychedelic rock, folk & blues.
Goes Good With: Built To Spill, Led Zeppelin, Modest Mouse, The Sea and Cake
Bravo Max on Saturday, January 5th
An energetic whirlwind of folk-infused indie rock.
Goes Good With: Delta Spirit, The National, The walkmen, Wilco
King Bucks on Saturday, January 12th
A unique alliance between traditional country, boogie, rockabilly and soul.
Goes Good With: Johnny Cash, Merle Haggard, Waylon Jennings, Willie Nelson
- Whiskey Folk Ramblers– Every Sunday Night (beginning on 10/28)
- Reggae-Funk Monday with The Effinays – Every Monday Night (beginning on 10/29)
- Phil Pritchett – Every Tuesday Night (beginning on 10/30)
- Ryan Thomas Becker & Friends – Every Wednesday Night (beginning on 11/7)