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Firehouse Saloon - Uncle Kracker tonight and a list of June, 2014 artists lineup

Uncle Kracker performs at the Firehouse Saloon!
Uncle Kracker performs at the Firehouse Saloon!
Photo by Rick Diamond/Getty Images

The Firehouse Saloon, one of Houston's hot spots for live music will feature two of the most loved artists - Uncle Kracker and Cody Canada and The Departed. This Fathers Day weekend and throughout June, 2014, enjoy the best of live Country music at Houston's most acclaimed music venue, the Firehouse Saloon! Starting Friday, June 13 - Uncle Kracker and Jeff Allen start the Father's Day weekend off and the best of Texas' Country and Rock Music continues to fire up the Firehouse Saloon throughout June, 2014.

The Firehouse Saloon is located at 5930 SW Freeway, Houston, Texas 77057
For tickets and more information call (281) 513-1995

Email info@firehousesaloon.com
Website http://www.firehousesaloon.com

Uncle Kracker
Uncle Kracker Rick Diamond/Getty Images

Uncle Kracker

Fri, June 13 - Uncle Kracker - Show 9 p.m. (Doors 7  p.m.)   •   21 and over  -  Tickets  $20 - $25

“When I’m up onstage, I don’t feel removed from the people coming to hear the music. You can feel it, when they identify with you. Sometimes when I’m up there, I wanna tell’em ‘I’m not any different than you are…’

“But, then I know we’re all here for a good time, too. That’s why we’re there together, and if I can give’em that, then that’s the deal. That’s how I make my records, and it’s how I try to live my life.”

With Midnight Special, the Mount Clemens, Michigander brings it all home. Love, life, heartbreak, friends, fun, songs and laughing your way through it, it’s all here.

- See more at: http://www.unclekracker.com/about.html#sthash.g1MuPQ4U.dpuf

“When I’m up onstage, I don’t feel removed from the people coming to hear the music. You can feel it, when they identify with you. Sometimes when I’m up there, I wanna tell’em ‘I’m not any different than you are…’

“But, then I know we’re all here for a good time, too. That’s why we’re there together, and if I can give’em that, then that’s the deal. That’s how I make my records, and it’s how I try to live my life.”

With Midnight Special, the Mount Clemens, Michigander brings it all home. Love, life, heartbreak, friends, fun, songs and laughing your way through it, it’s all here.

- See more at: http://www.unclekracker.com/about.html#sthash.g1MuPQ4U.dpuf

“When I’m up onstage, I don’t feel removed from the people coming to hear the music. You can feel it, when they identify with you. Sometimes when I’m up there, I wanna tell’em ‘I’m not any different than you are…’

“But, then I know we’re all here for a good time, too. That’s why we’re there together, and if I can give’em that, then that’s the deal. That’s how I make my records, and it’s how I try to live my life.”

With Midnight Special, the Mount Clemens, Michigander brings it all home. Love, life, heartbreak, friends, fun, songs and laughing your way through it, it’s all here.

- See more at: http://www.unclekracker.com/about.html#sthash.g1MuPQ4U.dpuf

 

Jeff Allen
Jeff Allen Courtesy of Jeff Allen

Jeff Allen

Fri, June 13 - Jeff Allen - Show 9 p.m. (Doors 7  p.m.)   •   21 and over  -  Tickets  $20 - $25

“My influences are all across the board,” Allen admits. “I love the openness and lyrical stories of Bruce Springsteen, the rawness of Charlie Robison, and the honky-tonk feel of Dwight Yoakam. But I can appreciate everything from Randy Rogers to Kings of Leon.”

It’s his ability to appreciate the best of all genres while remaining true to his own artistic vision that makes Jeff Allen so compelling. “I’m not trying to hit a certain vein or niche. I’m just doing what I do,” he says. “All the influences that I have be it rock or country come together. The Black Crowes bleed through in some songs while others reflect how much I love John Mellencamp and Bob Seger. I hope people just hear good music when it comes down to it. If you appreciate and relate to the songs in some way, that’s the end goal.

Cody Canada & The Departed
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Cody Canada & The Departed

Sat, June 14 - Cody Canada and the Departed - Show 9 p.m. (Doors 7  p.m.)   •   21 and over  -  Tickets  $15 - $17

the Departed now having played as a powerful four-piece for several months following James’ amicable exit, Canada’s appreciation for the truly remarkable, intensely personal body of work he created as he fronted Ragweed is intact, and indeed, fresh with the passing of time and the healing of emotional wounds. Unsurprisingly, fans are exuberantly responding to the inclusion of classics such as “Alabama,” “Dimebag,” and “17” into set-lists for Departed shows. The refitted outfit is channeling the power chords and raw-bone ballads which vaulted Canada into the status as Red Dirt’s biggest name for so long.
This is not a comeback. This isn’t a rebirth.
This is a rock and roll renewal only an artist with Canada’s strength of will and determined vision is capable of. He’s making great use of a rare chance few artists ever receive. He now knows what he only started to understand many years ago, and his words are all the more impactful as a result.

Stewart Mann & Statesboro Revue
Stewart Mann & Statesboro Revue Courtesy of Stewart Mann

Stewart Mann & Statesboro Revue

Sat, June 21 - Stewart Mann & Statesboro Revue - Show 9 p.m. (Doors 7  p.m.)   •   21 and over  -  Tickets $12 - $15

"The Statesboro Revue is in the process of re-defining rock and roll, refusing to let blues and country, the real roots of rock music, fall by the wayside. Stewart and the Statesboro Revue are trying to remind America what rock music is really all about: soul. Mann's voice, songs, and band have that in spades." Andy Hertsch, Vail Daily News

The Derailers
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The Derailers

Fri, June 20 - The Derailers  - Show 9 p.m. (Doors 7  p.m.)   •   21 and over  -  Tickets $10 - $12

Founded in 1993, this Austin Texas band has been wowing audiences and dancers in honky-tonks around the world. Get their latest record "The Derailers LIVE From Texas" today!

Over those 20 years, the band has released eight studio albums, two live records, one retrospective collection and has been a part of numerous compilations and other recording projects. The Derailers have been featured on the stages of The Grand Ole Opry, A Prairie Home Companion, Late Night with Conan O'Brien and the US President's Inaugural Ball. The band performed at their friend Buck Owens' 70th birthday party at Owens' personal request. A Derailers song was played back to Earth from the first iPod taken into outer space by astronaut Dr. Stephen K. Robinson. They also appear as characters in the Stephen King story "Willa".

Bleu Edmondson
Bleu Edmondson Courtesy of Bleu Edmondson

Bleu Edmondson

Sat, June 21 - Bleu Edmondson - Show 9 p.m. (Doors 7  p.m.)   •   21 and over  -  Tickets $10 - $12

With The Future Ain’t What It Used To Be, Bleu Edmondson’s long-awaited follow-up to 2007’s critically acclaimed Lost Boy, the southern-fried country rocker embarked on a search for truth, stripping back layers of regret, loss, and longing to uncover a renewed, albeit somewhat painfully soul-baring, view of himself and the world around him.

Zane Williams
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Zane Williams

Fri, June 27 - Zane Williams  - Show 9 p.m. (Doors 7  p.m.)   •   21 and over  -  Tickets $10 - $12

You don't have to listen to Zane's music long to recognize he reaches deep within his soul to pour out songs like, "Pablo and Maria." But if you listen to his, "99 Bottles," you also know Zane likes everybody to kick up their heels and have a good time on a Friday night.

Jarrod Birmingham
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Jarrod Birmingham

Sat, June 28 - Jarrod Birmingham - Show 8:30 p.m. (Doors 8:00 PM)   •   21 and over - Tickets  $12

He has been compared to Waylon Jennings and Hank Williams, Jr., producer Eric Paul described the country traditionalist as “the first real singer of the 21st century.” Humbled by the accolades, Birmingham attributes his pure and gritty musical style to his true grit life style.

Hunter McKithan and the Offenders
Hunter McKithan and the Offenders Courtesy of Hunter McKithan

Hunter McKithan and the Offenders

Sat, June 14 - Hunter McKithan & the Offenders - Show 9 p.m. (Doors 7 p.m.)   •   21 and over  - Tickets  $15 - $17

Hunter McKithan & the Offenders are a rising force with well-seasoned songwriting skills to back up their gifted musical and instrumental talents. They can be counted on to put on an energetic and rousing live performance.

The guys released their debut album, Shape of It All, late in the summer of 2007 and have sent several singles to the top requested lists - including the number 1 song of 2008 on RadioFreeTexas.org, Fallin From High.

The band spent much of 2009 gearing for the release of their much anticipated "Lee Road Sessions" EP to be followed up with a full length album - All of new material.

Now, after teaming up with Mike McClure, the third record is complete and will be released in 2011. "Not Broken Yet" - is a 13 song album of all new material and the band is looking forward to getting out there and playing the tunes live.

Jason Lee McKinney
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Jason Lee McKinney

Fri, June 27 - Jason Lee McKinney - Show 9 p.m. (Doors 7 p.m.)   •   21 and over - Tickets  $10 - $12

Jason Lee McKinney is an intellectual troubadour who writes and sings from the depths of an earthy soul; all with a business resume that would match most C level executives. McKinney holds a Doctorate, an MBA, and BA in Management. McKinney’s dissertation is a comparative study of downscoped specialization versus centralized diversification as organizational strategies in the transforming recording business.