Clubhouse’s Last Waltz Is Sunday

Posted December 9, 2010 by Jeff Prince in Blotch

An era ends on Sunday when the Clubhouse Concert Series hosts its final show after eight years of Texas Music goodness.


And just like The Band tapped into its talent-rich pool of friends for The Last Waltz back in the day, Joni Trevino has thrown together a killer lineup for the Clubhouse’s final performance.

Doors open at 3 p.m. Sunday at Keys Lounge and the show begins at 4. Tickets are $30.



4-4:45 pm — Joey Corpening and Bobby Duncan

5-6 pm — Susan Gibson, Jana Pochop, Ali Holder, Autumn

6:15-7 pm — Tommy Alverson, Nathan Hamilton, Mike Graham

7:30-8:15 — Blacktop Gypsy

8:30-9:45 pm — Jason Eady, Josh Grider, Drew Kennedy

10-11:15 pm — Max Stalling, Owen Temple, Walt Wilkins

11:15-whenever — Jam session with whomever

This ought to be a show to remember with tons of talent, even though a few Clubhouse regulars have expressed remorse in not being able to attend for the grand finale.

Here’s an email sent from Randy Rogers to Clubhouse promoter Joni Trevino: “Thank you for all the memories. I will be out of the state and won’t be able to make it. You did amazing things for my career and I am eternally grateful for that. Much love, RR.”

One Comment


    Joni thanks for all the great times!!! You and the girls organized LOTS of great shows all these years!!!

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