Tonight Firehouse Saloon will be turned into the ultimate listening room as we present Dean Dillon, songwriter of 50 of George Strait’s 60 #1 hits. Artists Junior Gordon and Jody Booth to open the show.
Start time: 8 pm
Tickets $20 Gen Admission $30 Gen Admission Reserved Seating
Barbecue sandwiches by Pappa Charlie’s Barbecue to be served.
Our venue is unique, chic and steeped in tradition. A true Houston landmark for over 22 years. We’ve always been owned by firefighters. Make your event special. Rent our entire venue starting at $3500 or rent the private party room or loft for $750 during one of our entertainment nights and treat your guests to a great band. We’ve been voted #1 Honky Tonk in Houston and nominated for many years as Music Venue of The Year in Texas. Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 281.513.1995 for details.
Dates: 9/2 until 12/2 we will continue the competition. Finalists from those weeks will be selected and they will play for finals on 12/9. The prize will be $1,000 and an opening spot at the Firehouse.
• Wednesday nights
• Participants are encouraged to pre-register via email to email@example.com. Use “Open Mic” in the subject line. No phone calls accepted.
• Signups for the week begin at noon on Sunday prior to that Wednesday and participants are assigned a slot in the order received.
• Start time is at 7:00 pm and will end at 10:00 pm, doors open at 6:00 pm.
• Walk-ins welcome but will only be placed in open spots.
• Each performer will do 2 songs and if time allows, we will go back through the list.
Every Wednesday. Series #2 has started.
Winner will receive:
• Opening spot on either a Friday or Saturday night.
• $1000 Grand Prize
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Native Texan Jenna McDaniel was born with an undeniable love for music and performing that’s as big as the Texas sky and as wild and untamed as the indomitable Lone Star spirit itself. Growing up surrounded by the music of country legends like Reba, Martina, and Faith Hill, she fell in love with singing just about the time she could walk. Singing karaoke as a toddler with her parents and watching music videos around her house growing up in Temple, Texas, Jenna was constantly drawn to music, and it wasn’t long before she was singing in school and choirs and anywhere else she could find an audience to listen. As a sixth grader, she happened upon new music by an at the time up-and-comer named Taylor Swift, and that discovery pretty much cemented it for Jenna, who grabbed a guitar and began penning her own songs inspired by Swift’s honesty and sheer relatability.
“Taylor came out at the perfect time in my life,” explains Jenna of the huge influence Swift had upon her formative years as a budding artist. “When you’re dealing with teen issues the songs she writes are so true to herself and her life, and it’s very relatable…it’s like she goes into your mind and writes exactly what you’re thinking,” admits Jenna about her main musical influence.
Listening to Swift’s songwriting inspired Jenna to pick up a guitar and try her hand at writing her own songs, and soon she was traveling back and forth to Nashville to hone her writing skills with some of Nashville’s talented tunesmiths. She also began performing at open mic nights and various clubs and festivals around her home state, opening for everyone from Gloriana and Phil Vassar to Cory Morrow and Jason Boland. The young songstress learned plenty about performing by watching from the wings, including the importance of entertaining a crowd and keeping the fans engaged.
“Each time I open for someone I take a little piece of each person or performance because I’m learning to be a better entertainer rather than just a singer,” admits Jenna. “Phil Vassar was a great example of an amazing entertainer and performer. He was jumping around all over and on top of his piano, and it made me see that there is so much more you need to do onstage to make it engaging for the audience. So Phil was probably the main one I took something from, to be an entertainer and interact with your fans, enjoy yourself, and make sure your fans enjoy watching you.”
Jenna is racking up her own legion of fans with her growing list of tour dates as she plays all over Texas and the Southwest, and the industry is taking note of this budding talent as well. She was named Best New Female Vocalist of 2014 by Internet station Big Star 97, which has been instrumental in helping break major recording artists like the Eli Young Band and Miranda Lambert. Jenna recently recorded her second collection of songs, Little Miss Understanding, produced by Walt Wilkins, and the songs have been well-received. The collection of self-penned tunes showcases