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Hill Country Live presents music in our clubs downstairs in New York City & Washington, D.C. Since our beginnings, we have transformed our music program, from a fun dinner enhancement to a vital music experience. We book bands that live comfortably under the Americana banner with a nod to our spiritual home in Austin, and so have been graced by the likes of Billy Joe Shaver, Ray Wylie Hubbard, Bob Schneider, Hayes Carll, Puss 'n Boots (feat: Norah Jones), The Bottle Rockets, Marah, Chris Knight, Jim White, Big Sandy and Kelly Willis + Bruce Robison, to name a few. But we are also quite happy to present everything from the legendary underground rockabilly revivalist, Robert Gordon to a Bee Gees Metal Tribute (what's more American than that?) to the Motor City Garage Soul of the Detroit Cobras. 

Hill Country Live presents over 500 shows a year between our NYC and Washington, D.C. locations. To be considered please send us links to your website, live performance video, show/attendance history and a brief description. While we review every artist, we can’t always respond to everyone. Thanks for sharing your music! Submit your music inquiry to booker@hillcountryny.com

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Jan-July Shows Aug-Dec Shows

Rusty Truck

Celebrity Photographer Mark Seliger's alt-Country band Rusty Truck, as seen on Jimmy Kimmel, CBS Saturday Morning & Don Imus.

May 2 | 8pm | No Cover

Jeff Slate

In 2012 Jeff debuted his solo album Birds of Paradox to sold out crowds around New York City. Since then he has toured, released Imposters & Attractions, a new album of original music inspired Elvis Costello, as well as an all-star version of The Kinks’ “Big Sky” on a tribute album to the late Kinks bass player Pete Quaife, and written extensively about some of music’s biggest names for Esquire, Guitar World and elsewhere. Since February 2014 Jeff has been a featured performer with his Birds of Paradox band at the Fest For Beatles Fans here in New York. Last year he celebrated 30 years of the Traveling Wilburys in a show with Roy Orbison’s sons.

May 11 | 9:30pm | No Cover

The Barnstorm

We are no heroes, people. We're a party band... America's Party Band. We play music, that with a little help of the good stuff, people love to dance to. If you need brain surgery, go to a brain surgeon. If you need to let loose and have a good time, come to us.

May 31 | 10pm | $10-$12

Kelly Willis & Bruce Robinson Honky Tonk Tour

With rockabilly roots and a heartache-meets-honky-tonk voice, Kelly Willis has been labeled a country ingénue. As a new traditionalist singer/songwriter, her tunes effortlessly combine the storytelling and strings aspects of country music and the driving force of rock.

July 30 | 8pm | $20-$25

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