Spicewood Live

Spicewood Live

Spicewood Live is all about the live music of this year’s Spicewood Arts Season! It is filled with a variety of music that is high-energy, exciting, and promises you a delightful time at our event venue – Spicewood Vineyards.

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Emily Gimble

Friday, October 1, 2021

Doors open @ 6:00 p.m. Performance starts @ 7:00 p.m.

$40 per ticket

Emily’s descended from Texas music royalty, honored as the Official Texas State Musician, sings and plays the piano like nobody’s business, and finds a way to make any song, from boogie-woogie to Western swing, uniquely her own. And she opens our brand new season!

The royalty is her grandfather, Johnny Gimble, enshrined in both the Country Music and the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, and her dad, Dick Gimble, a professor of music and ace string player who’s performed with Bob Wills and other greats.

She was playing on stage with her grandpa at the ripe old age of 5, and by high school had begun studying vocal music and piano seriously. She got pretty good at it, later named Best Keyboards by the Austin Music Awards three times (2013, 2014, 2018). After touring with Warren Hood, then Asleep at the Wheel, and more, she made her own record in 2015 and has been talking music through song ever since.

Finishing up a pandemic-induced livestream broadcast from home with husband Michael Archer, she’s ready to spread her joyful energy to lucky audiences. That’s us!

Tickets are available now! Learn more about Emily at https://www.emilygimble.com/

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Triston Marez

Friday, November 19th, 2021

Doors open @ 6:00 p.m. Performance starts @ 7:00 p.m.

$40 per ticket

From bull riding to social media savvy, Triston Marez at 24 is already proving that he not only has the grit for country, he has the raw talent. He’ll bring that and more to our stage in November, showing us why this rising young star is drawing raves from country music mags and snowballing grassroots support.

From a musical Oklahoma family, Triston first picked up a guitar at just 6 years old, performing live at the his first grade talent show with a Buck Owens song. He worked as a ranch hand and rode bulls to support his music career, and at 17 won the Houston Livestock Show & Rodeo’s talent competition. From there it was on to Nashville and legendary Texas dancehalls.

He drew on his family’s bluegrass and fiddle mojo for early EP’s, establishing himself as true to country music tradition, gathering 6 million Spotify streams and over 300,000 monthly listeners by the end of 2020.

With his first full-length album released last spring, don’t miss this opportunity to catch an up-and-coming artist just as his career starts to soar.

Tickets are available now! Learn more about Triston at https://tristonmarezofficial.com/

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Celebrating Sinatra, His Life in Music with Bryan Anthony

Friday, December 3rd, 2021

Doors open @ 6:00 p.m. Performance starts @ 7:00 p.m.

$45 per ticket

At the year’s most hectic time, give yourself an unforgettable evening as Bryan Anthony takes us away with his smooth, relaxing and utterly engaging approach to songs we know and love. Bryan’s effortless stylings convey the musical chops he’s earned through years of touring with big name orchestras: Tommy Dorsey, Nelson Riddle, Glenn Miller.

His love for Sinatra’s music dates back to high school and then discovering the entire jazz vocal constellation; Tony Bennett, Chet Baker, Ella Fitzgerald. He went from there to the Manhattan School of Music and a master’s in jazz at NYU, interrupting school to tour with the Glenn Miller Orchestra.

While paying homage to pop classics, Bryan still makes each tune his own, uncovering obscure verses, trying a different tempo, an unexpected pause. Bryan loves this genre, and it shows.

“The American Songbook possesses such wisdom and poetry that runs the gamut of human emotion. The feelings, situations, and dynamics that are written about in this music, runs through every generation and ties us all together,” he says on his website.

Come meet the singer with the velvet voice and magnetic personality. Happy Holidays!

Learn more about Bryan Anthony at http://www.centerproductionsinc.com/bryan-anthony/

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Beyond the Pale

Friday, March 25th, 2022

Doors open @ 6:00 p.m. Performance starts @ 7:00 p.m.

$35 per ticket

Sure and we know you’ve secretly been yearnin’ every March for music from the little green island, Ireland, and Scotland, its Celtic cousin across the water. Yearn no more. Beyond the Pale, from the DFW metroplex, will treat us to their own delightful brew of Irish and Americana music with other musical flavors from around the world.

Lilting vocal melodies are backed by thrilling instrumental work from a variety of instruments: fiddle, flute, hammered dulcimer, accordion, guitar, mandolins, bodhran, whistle, concertina and saxophone. Beyond the Pale has been performing and recording since 2001, drawing cheers from critics and audiences. Expect a romp through Ireland, Scotland, and deep into the music of all the folk who sailed from there and began their own traditions (Appalachia, Texas swing). Wearing green is optional.

Learn more about the band at https://beyond-the-pale.com/

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Band of Heathens

Friday, April 22nd, 2022

Doors open @ 6:00 p.m. Performance starts @ 7:00 p.m.

$50 per ticket

Band of Heathens may have started by “accident” when three Austin singer-songwriters began sharing a stage at the now-closed Momo’s, but over the years the band has grown into a full-on Southern rock band with a social conscience. Nowhere is this more strongly felt than in their latest release, Stranger, released in 2020.

As band lineup changes found various members living in California, Texas, North Carolina, and Tennessee, the shutdown provided a challenge which the band met by live-streaming personal private concerts and publicly live-streaming with the whole band from their respective homes.

“At first it seemed very strange until these walls started coming down and we realized how connected we are by the fabric of music,” said Gordy Quist, one of the co-founders, along with Ed Jurdi.

They traveled to still another city, Portland, with a new producer, Tucker Martine (Avett Brothers, Modest Mouse), and recorded Stranger, whose sound keeps their perceptive songwriting and adds rich instrumentation. Rolling Stone called it “a warm, enveloping album with a positive message of understanding and compassion that’s just right for the times — call it “comfort rock.”

By the time they get here in April, Band of Heathens is sure to have something more to say. Get your tickets early for this one.

Learn more about the Band of Heathens at https://www.bandofheathens.com/

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Toast to Tony with Kris Kimura & special guests

Friday, May 13th, 2022

Doors open @ 6:00 p.m. Performance starts @ 7:00 p.m.

$50 per ticket

Join us for cool Austin jazz, food, and wine, in a beautiful vineyard setting. Enjoy a 10+ year tradition (sponsored by the Motheral Family), as we close our season with a performance that brings some of the best jazz musicians in Austin to Spicewood Arts.

The photo here showcases Tony Campise’s instruments which he gifted to Kris Kimura upon his passing. This jazz show will be led by Kris, with some very special guests, and will be one not to miss!

To learn more about the many talents of Kris Kumira, check out https://www.kriskimura.com/

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