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Curbside Concerts

Outdoors and socially distant. We bring the music to you! Our flat bed truck doubles as a mobile stage bringing Austin's world famous live music to yards and porches near you! 

Wendy Colonna

The Austin-American Statesman wrote “Wendy Colonna is not just a singer-songwriter, she’s a force of nature.”  In addition to being a 20+ year touring and recording artist, Wendy empowers artists and entrepreneurs as a creative career coach, is co-owner of the acclaimed Tips Concerts series and writes award winning custom songs for advertising. Wendy’s songs tell tales of empowerment, loss, mortality, joy, reclaimed innocence and celebration. Her resonant, signature, grit-infused-honey voice can moves from a sweet whisper to a full-on bayou-soul-shout without skipping a beat. Since her move from Louisiana to Central Texas in 2000, Wendy Colonna has released eight acclaimed studio albums.  Her 2017 release, "No Moment But Now" had tracks featured on Apple Music’s “Hot Tracks” and “Breaking Singer Songwriter playlist, as well as Spotify’s “Fresh Folk” playlist. Wendy garnered critical acclaim from multiple outlets including the New York Times (describing her music as “ethereal”), received a 2016 Black Fret Major Grant and she was selected as a 2017 Kerrville Folk Festival New Folk Finalist. In 2017, Wendy performed the Austin Women’s March to 60,000 attendees She's shared the stage with legends like The Wood Brothers, Mavis Staples, Delbert McClinton, Edgar Winter and Jeff Buckley.

Bonnie Whitmore

Born and bred as a musical performer, Bonnie has created a sound and voice of her own. She brings to every show a veracity of honest emotion and vulnerability that almost hurts you in its beauty. Her voice is a powerful one and will command your attention. Bonnie's performance will take you through many emotions and musical climaxes that will leave you craving for more.
Bonnie’s new album was on the top 50 of the AMA charts and she was named as a “Musician to Watch” in Paste and Austin Monthly Magazine .

Mike Cross

Michael Cross's professional music career started at 14-years-old, stepping on stage to play with popular bluesman Johnny Carson.  Since then he's played with several international known bands, including cover band Duck Soup, The Big Time, and Rusty Wier's Band.  Locally he's played in Antone's Monday-Night Blues Band and was also lead vocals on Beck's solo CD, Walk on. Cross has released his own originally written albums as well.  

In 2008 Cross received his highest honor when Former Austin Mayor Will Wynn declared June 21st Michael Cross Day. 


Jefferson Clay

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Jefferson Clay is a Singer-Songwriter from San Antonio, TX. A graduate of the University of Texas, he currently resides in Austin. Jefferson Clay has opened for world-renowned artists including: Bob Schneider, Lisa Morales, Misterwives, Jack Ingram, Clint Black and Vallejo. He has performed at SXSW, for the University of Texas' premiere music & arts festival, Forty Acres Fest, and for the 4th consecutive year, the Dripping Springs Songwriters Festival.

Sophia Johnson

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Sophia Johnson is a guitarist, songwriter and vocalist originally from Birmingham, UK, currently living and working in Austin, TX. 

As a founding member of her family band The Toy Hearts, she has toured and recorded extensively over the last ten years, performing on radio, television and at venues across the United Kingdom, Europe and USA. She plays a range of guitar styles including Bluegrass, Western Swing and Gypsy Jazz.

Haydn Vitera

Hayden Vitera is an extremely versatile vocalist who can growl like David Coverdale or sound as smooth as Luis Miguel. Formerly a member of Grammy-winning Asleep at the Wheel, he is a multi-talented instrumentalist who plays guitar, keys, and most notably, electric violin. His 6-string fretted Viper, introduced by Vitera for the first time into the Latin genre, can sing you a sexy melody then burn out a blistering rock riff to rival the meanest guitar.Vitera and his band are also extremely versatile. They can do a wide variety of music including rock/pop, country, blues, latin and jazz.


Nathan Hinojosa

Nathan Hinojosa picked up Flamenco guitar as a child and never wanted to put it down. But, although he loved the classical flamenco style he wanted to incorporate other genes as well. Now older, Nathan has a passion for many genres of music including flamenco, jazz, reggae, and funk. All of which, he mixes together with his Flamenco. Along with releasing a new album this year, Nathan, just finished up his national tour in November and will be out touring Europe and Asia later this year.

Ali Holder

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Although Holder was raised on outlaw country in Wichita Falls, Texas, she is influenced by a broad swathe of styles including country, jazz, blues, folk and indie. She began writing, singing and playing guitar in junior high, and fell in love with songwriters early on- “Janis Joplin and the women of Lilith Fair had a big impact on me growing up”.


Whether her inspirations come from haunting historic sites, communing with cattle or reading Stephen King, Ali Holder clearly has creative blood coursing through her veins. Let her spill some into your ears.

Mike Gonzales

As the lead singer and guitar player of Austin’s famed cover-trio Jukebox Heroes, Mike Gonzales knows how to entertain audiences and get them dancing. Gonzales specializes in the greatest Motown hits (Stevie Wonder, Marvin Gaye, and Al Green) and classic rock of the 70’s (The Eagles, Led Zeppelin, Bad Company) as well as 80’s favorites (Prince, Tom Petty). He can even throw in the newest pop hits as well.

Monte Mann

Guitarist, bassist and vocalist Monte Mann has been an active part of the Austin music scene for over ten years, singing and playing guitar with countless Texas bands. Armed with only his acoustic guitar and outstanding singing style, he captivates audiences for hours. Monte has provided music for a wide variety of events and has the capability to 'read the audience' and give them what they want. Monte is equally comfortable providing background music at a corporate mixer as he is presenting a high-energy show.


Graham Weber

Graham Weber is one of Austin’s finest singer-songwriters.  He moved to Texas from Ohio nine years ago and it didn’t take him long to make a name for himself in the ‘Live Music Capital of the World.’ Just recently Austin Monthly reviewed Weber as a ‘promising addition to the live music circuit, with particular thanks to his bare-boned lyrics.’Known for his beautiful soulful voice, Weber will captivate your guests with his upbeat covers one minute and his heartfelt poetry like songs the next. When Weber isn’t playing corporate events and social functions you can find him performing at all sorts of famous Austin haunts; such as, Continental Club and Gallery, Threadgills, The Driskill and Cactus Cafe just to name a few.

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