When you think of the ’80s, do you think of “Footloose,” “Michael Jackson,” or “Back to the Future”?
Project 2 is the band that you want at your next event! They perform all the great music of the ’80s without any of the cheese. Project 2 is a band brought to you by the same team that brought you Memphis Soul, the best Motown band in Texas.
Personal Jesus is a fantastic local tribute to Depeche Mode. Enjoy these rock, pop, and new wave sounds right here in Lewisville, Texas!
Patrice Pike burst onto the music scene as the electric front woman for the seminal Austin jam band Sister Seven. She was honing her creativity as a vocalist and songwriter at Booker T. Washington School for performing and visual arts as well as the legendary music programs at the University of North Texas when she realized all of her mentors were graduating from programs and then trying to make a living on stage and in the studio. She left her entrepreneurial scholarship in the school bank account and started Little Sister which soon became Sister Seven. Soon after, she co-wrote and sang Sister Sevens top 10 Billboard hit Know What You Mean. Richard Skanse for Rolling Stone called her “Tina Turner, Bessie Smith, Janis Joplin, and Robert Plant all rolled up into a tiny but explosive package.” The legendary John Fogerty commented about Patrice’s great voice also in Rolling Stone and Billboard Magazine has called her, One of the finest up-and-coming contemporary Rock Singers in America.
Dallas-based Plunk Murray is five friends that love music and are bound together by it and by the belief that Celtic music is not limited by any specific region, but it’s in the hearts of those who love it. Plunk Murray brings an exciting mix of traditional and modern, Celtic tunes, along with a number of “not-so-Celtic” tunes. Their high energy shows have made them a favorite at festivals, concerts, private parties, and pubs across Texas and Oklahoma. They have been affectionately described as a drinking club with a Celtic music problem.
Phil Wallace The Stockyard Kid
After 18 years in the “Texas Music Scene” and playing shows predominantly in Fort Worth and its surrounding areas, Phil Wallace has proven himself to be a real Troubador, a young gun with an old soul.
Phil began playing the Stockyards Opry, The Texas All-Star Revue, Johnny High’s, and The Fort Worth Songwriters Association, who later revoked Phil’s membership due to his age. This nearly sent him back off the deep end. Phil began listening to “The Rat Pack” every Monday night at The White Elephant Saloon.
“They were the roots that held the Fort Worth Music Scene together back in those days, Kurt South, Jordan Mycoskie, and Phil Pritchett,” says Wallace. “I was absolutely drawn to what they did on stage, they didn’t care what people thought about their songs, they just did it and it was good.”
This got the wheels turning in Wallace’s head and he began writing more and more, not so much focusing on what people wanted to hear but more on what he wanted to say. “I just wrote about what I knew, some people didn’t believe a fifteen-year-old kid knew what I knew. It was hard to be taken seriously, singing about drugs and pain.”
Hailed as a “Renaissance woman of Austin, Texas” by the New York Times, Patricia Vonne has claimed many titles in her illustrious career: singer, songwriter, actress, activist, and award-winning filmmaker. The three-time Austin Music Award winner is back with her eighth album, My Favorite Holiday, on her own Bandolera Records that features an all-star cast including Rubén Blades, David Grissom, Rosie Flores, Stephen Ferron (Tom Petty), Carmine Rojas (David Bowie), Thommy Price (Billy Idol) and more. Vonne continues her trailblazing ride along the borderland where Castillian and Mexican infusions of flamenco and fiery gypsy guitar meet all-American rock ‘n’ roll. Vonne has toured internationally including the prestigious Montreux Jazz Festival in Switzerland, World Expo in Japan, John F. Kennedy Center, Grand Ole Opry, and United Nations Headquarters in New York City. She has shared the stage with Chris Isaak, Los Lobos, Raul Malo, and she has collaborated with Texas musical heavyweights, such as Charlie Sexton, Alejandro Escovedo, Joe Ely, Rosie Flores, Doyle Bramhall, and Flaco Jimenez. Vonne toured as a member of “Tito and Tarantula,” the band featured in the Tarantino/Rodriguez film From Dusk Till Dawn.
Vonne has appeared on the big screen in Spykids, Desperado, Machete Kills, Four Rooms, and Sin City: A Dame to Kill For, where she reprised her role as Dallas/Zorro Girl; the role which has made her a cult figure among indie and fantasy film fans. Her song “Traeme Paz” was featured in the film Once Upon a Time in Mexico.
According to the Austin American Statesman, “a Tex-Mex spitfire with a rock ‘n’ roll heart, this San Antonio native plays a border-crossing, bilingual mix of flamenco flamboyance and down-in-the-mud exuberance that’s a Lone Star original.”
- Art Fernandez-Vocals, Drums
- Ken Felarca- Guitar, Vocals
- Chris Square- Bass
- Giovanni Riggens- Keyboards, Vocals
- Jeff DeYoung- Drums
Penny & The Flamethrowers
Penny Ruffles is an established pin-up model, performer, and rockabilly singer.
She and her band the Flamethrowers perform classic rockabilly tunes from genre pioneers such as Wanda Jackson and Janis Martin, but with a modern twist. It’s a jump, jive and wail rockabilly blues explosion. They’ll even roll out a little country if it dances right!
Penny & The Flamethrowers plays everything from Johnny and June Carter Cash to The Toadies. If you listen really close, you might even hear an original tune sprinkled in from time to time!
Points of View Trio
See Matt K and his friends perform live in Lewisville! These talented young men perform often and know how to attract a live audience.
Singer/Songwriter from Borris, Co. Carlow, Ireland. Based in Austin, Texas.
2nd studio album “Rituals” Released 12th October 2018, with Lead Single and Title track coming 28th September.
T.r. Nudge sings Americana songs, and occasionally brings a musical guest!
This all-female string band transforms popular songs we all know and love with their own unique twist!
Patrick is a Texas born writer who has been traveling all over the U.S. for years learning, growing, and experiencing all that he can. He enjoyed walking roads, kayaking rivers, hopping trains, climbing mountains, trying foods, and meeting folks from all over. He was given a guitar while on the road, and began writing songs. It has since kept him full, happy, comforted and free. He admires the life it has given him, and I hopes that in some way, you will enjoy it as well. He always likes to say that, “I may never make a lot of money at this thing, but I’m sure making one hell-of-a living at it.”
This band brings the newest, hottest Latin American Top 40 hits live to Lewisville, Texas.
- Pete Alvidrez aka Petey Pistol (Keys)
- Daniel Cisneros aka D Slim (Drums)
- Juan G. Navarro aka Chief Naro (Percussion)
- Johnny Pina aka J Groove (Bass)
- Jose Murillo aka Jay Nino (Guitar/Vocals)
From the corduroy jackets, combat boots, flannel shirts, and crazy hats, to the amazing sound that Pearl Jam created during the grunge revolution, Pearl Gem energetically brings it back to stage in a captivating performance.
- Barak as Eddie Vedder
- David as Mike McCready
- Kevin as Stone Gossard
- Brian as Jeff Ament
- Matt as Matt Cameron
Philip Pappas, of Mountain Natives, hits the stage with an acoustic guitar and sings about hope and laughter.
Poisoness is a female fronted Poison tribute band that brings you all of the hits the way they should be done. Exciting, energetic and entertaining.
Dan plays a great acoustic mix of Americana & Country music.
The premier tribute to The Smiths and Morrissey in Dallas.
PriMadonna is the love child of a group of 80s pop, heavy keyboard bass, Madonna loving musicians.
Pogue Entertainment Group is an affiliate of Studio 7 located in Dallas, Tx.
Patrick Casey Band
Patrick Casey Band is a Frisco based acoustic duo playing all genres.
Primal Concrete Cowboys
Keeping the music of the best metal band of all time – PANTERA – alive and live in DFW Texas.
Pollo Brito & Jorge Glem
For the first time together in Dallas, Venezuelan musicians Rafael “Pollo” Brito and Jorge Glem are playing the MCL Grand. As a perfect duet, singer, “cuatro” player, and composer, Rafael “Pollo” Brito, gathers with string instrument master, Jorge Glem, to highlight our Venezuelan roots and fill up the MCL Grand with emotions.
Power of Love
As a tribute to Huey Lewis and The News, the band works to recreate the energy and fun of the band’s live shows. Huey Lewis and The News are truly one of America’s great rock & roll bands. As they enter their 36th year together, their contagious brand of music has outlasted countless trends, and is as fresh today as ever.