Music

Bob Schneider

Tickets are still available for Bob Schneider, who performs at Courville’s on Thursday, April 19, with doors opening at 6:30 p.m. Tickets are $40 and can be purchased by calling (409) 860-9811. Schneider, 52, is no stranger to Southeast Texas as he played Courville’s in early 2017. He sings, plays the guitar as well as the keyboard, trumpet and harmonica, and has been releasing music since the early ‘90s when he sang for bands like Joe Rockhead and Ugly Americans. He’s recorded more than a dozen albums and was honored numerous times at the Austin Music Awards.

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Mickey Gilley

At the age of 82, country music legend Mickey Gilley will perform at Honky Tonk Texas in Silsbee on Saturday, April 21, with doors opening at 7 p.m. From Mississippi, Gilley has recorded 39 Top 10 hits including 17 No.

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Electronic music legend Jean-Michel Jarre made history in Houston back in 1986 when he performed a one-off city-scale concert celebrating NASA's 25th Anniversary as more than 1.3 million gathered to share in a moving commemoration of the Challenger Mission setting numerous

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Ariel Bush is set to perform at this year's Our Tyme Music Festival

The annual Our Tyme Music Festival will be held at the Texas Rose Saloon (2013 South MLK Pkwy) in Beaumont on Friday, March 30, at 7 p.m. Performance schedule includes Just Butch (7 p.m.), Kaitlyn Ashley Dillon (7:45 p.m.), Matt Furman (8:30 p.m.), Jacob McGreevy (9:15 p.m.), Dirty D & His Deeds (10 p.m.), JP Richards (10:45 p.m.), and Ariel Bush (11:30 p.m.). Our Tyme Music Festival is a singer/songwriter collective featuring very talented musicians from Southeast Texas. Tickets are $6 for ages 21 and up, and $7 for those younger. For more information, call (409) 833-3900.

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Smash Mouth

Take a trip back to the ’90s with Smash Mouth and Spin Doctors at the Grand Event Center inside the Golden Nugget on Saturday, March 31, at 8 p.m. Smash Mouth, from San Jose, consists of original lead singer Steve Harwell. Their debut record Fush Yu Mang in 1997 sold more than 2 million copies thanks to the hits “Walkin’ on the Sun” and “Why Can’t We Be Friends,” which was a remake of War.

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