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Kevin Fowler's video for the single "Love Song" from his new album
"How Country Are Ya" was recorded at Mercer Street Dancehall.
Take a look at the video.
(watch video here)

Road Runner Grille Now Open at Mercer Street

Enjoy great food now at Mercer Street Dancehall
(read more here)
Meagan Tubb and Shady People
Meagan Tubb was born in St. Louis Missouri where she started piano lessons at the age of five, formed her first band called "Out of the Tubb" in High School, graduated from the University of Missouri and moved to California in 2003 to aggressively persue her music career. While in California, Meagan recorded an EP entitled "Color Outside the Lines"... California was also home to Meagan's second band called Sweet Dream. (read more)

See Meagan Tubb live at Mercer Street Friday July 18
We open Wednesday thru Saturday - doors at 6pm 
Dance lessons every Saturday -7:30pm
(Dance lesson included in Ticket Price)
WE NO LONGER PERMIT PATRONS TO BRING LIQUOR INTO THE HALL
WE ARE A CASH ONLY ESTABLISHMENT
Happening at Mercer Street Dancehall
Every Wednesday
We will be closed Wed July 23
Every Thursday
Weekends at Mercer Street
Fri August 1 - Finger Pistol (website)
Finger Pistol - In October of 2008, Fingerpistol released their second CD, "Young and Beautiful", which features the harmonies of co-vocalist Suzee Brooks as well as Fingerpistol’s tried and true rhythm section of Sam Wilson and Jill Csekitz. Also helping out on the CD are Austin A-listers Cindy Cashdollar and Landis Armstrong. "Young and Beautiful" is a heartfelt chronicle of Hardick’s slide into middle age, full of “hard luck character studies” and soulful songs. As fellow Austin songwriter Guy Forsyth describes it, Young and Beautiful is “An honest, warm communication from someone taking a very realistic look at their place in a complicated world. That sort of honesty in music is a rarity. It's good for you - like a healthy meal.”
8:30pm/$7 at the door/21 and up
$10 under 21
Sat August 2 - Bo Porter (website)
Bo Porter has stood face to face with a wild polar bear and caught rattle snakes for spending money as a kid. From Florida to Alaska, California, Europe and everywhere in-between, the internet has been instrumental in connecting Bo Porter fans around the world. Bo Porter delivers a performance that keeps the dance floor packed with happy fans and keeps them coming back for more year after year…
8:30pm/$7 at the door/21 and up
$10 under 21
Fri August 8 - Silo Road (website)
Formed in late 2012, Silo Road evolved from an acoustic Roots act paying homage to classic Texas artists into the powerful live band they are  today. Their emphasis on well-crafted storylines, tight harmonies, and dynamic song elements, executed with precise musicianship, has helped them develop a unique sound:  Americana forged and hardened in the musical hearth of the great Republic of Texas.
8:30pm/$7 at the door/21 and up
$10 under 21
Sat August 9 - Bracken Hale (website)
Bracken Hale the bandleader and front man of one of Austin’s hippest original country dance bands, Hale delivers the real deal, no top 40, no bubble gum, just a heaping helping of pure Fender twang and well-crafted honkytonk music.  During a ten year stint as a bassist for Texas acts (Gary P. Nunn, Chris Wall, Danni Leigh, Chaparral) Hale covered a whole lot of highway and played nearly every honkytonk and dancehall in the state.  Bracken Hale has opened shows or shared a bill with Willie Nelson, Neil Young, Steve Earl, Jerry Lee Lewis, Government Mule, Kenny Chesney, Susan Tedeschi, Jack Ingram, Reckless Kelly, Kevin Fowler, Charlie Robison and more…
8:30pm/$7 at the door/21 and up
$10 under 21
Fri August 15 - Tessy Lou and the Shotgun Stars (website)
Tessy Lou Williams  has a passion for music and songwriting that began early in her life. Her parents, Kenny and Claudia Williams, formed the core of a western musical legend in Montana – the band Montana Rose. One of her earliest memories was falling asleep in a guitar case backstage, dreaming and singing along to the country folk tunes of the band. By the time Tessy Lou reached the sixth grade in Willow Creek, Montana (population 150), she had learned to play the cello, piano, guitar, saxophone and clarinet. Tessy Lou and the Shotgun Stars play great Country music that is packing dance floors throughout Texas and beyond…
8:30pm/$7 at the door/21 and up
$10 under 21
Sat August 16 - The Georges (website)
The Georges are a great new band from San Marcos playing a variety of country and rockabilly classics. Their high energy performance and Shufflin' beats keep dance floors packed throughout the Hill Country. Killer harmonies and a cool retro look are creating quite a buzz about The Georges. Come see what the buzz is about!!!
8:30pm/$7 at the door/21 and up
$10 under 21
Fri August 22 - Cameron Nelson and Guardrail Damage Ahead (website)
Pulling from a deep well of life experiences, Cameran  writes songs that strike universal chords. He knows all too well about loss, after losing his best friend and guitar player in a car accident at the age of 17. Delivering a love song is as natural as the love for his wife and three children. He’s not afraid to get a little “wild and reckless” as well, as his single, “Reckless in Texas” can attest. “I’m so grateful to be able to do this. I love getting to share our show and songs with new audiences,” says Cameran.
8:30pm/$7 at the door/21 and up
$10 under 21

Sat August 23 - CLOSED FOR PRIVATE PARTY

Fri August 29 - No Band No Cover - Tiger Tailgate Party in the Beer Garden
Join us in our beautiful Beer Garden for a  Tiger Tailgate Party
We will be open and Rooting for the Tigers from 4 to 11pm
Happy Hour prices from 4 - 7pm
Sat August 30 - Michael Myers
Michael Myers was born and raised in Dripping Springs, Texas. Michael began singing with his grandpa in church. With encouragement and support from his family, friends and a growing multitude of fans, Michael worked hard to grow as an artist. With a powerful voice and great material, his name has become familiar all across the Lone Star State. Johnny Gimble, the great western swing fiddle player said, "When Michael sings, it hits you right in the gut! The last time I was impressed this way with an upcoming talent was when I first heard Merle Haggard." Come hear this hometown favorite at Mercer Street…
8:30pm/$10 at the door/21 and up
$13 under 21