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“Driftwood Nights” w/ Aubrey Hays

March 22nd @ 6:30 pm

Vista Brewing Presents: "Driftwood Nights" w/ Aubrey Hays Following the successful reception and feature in NPR's All Songs Considered for her 2018 Tiny Desk submission, frontwoman Aubrey Hays grabbed a drummer (Conner Ingle) and gigged her heart out around Austin, TX. The one thing she was missing? An album. Aubrey will release her debut Ep in the summer of 2019. Her carefully crafted songs will break your heart and put it back together again; her boundless voice will enchant you -- sometimes soaring up to land on appalachian lilts and other times striking you with a strong emotional punch to gut. Inspired…

Clay Parker & Jodi James w/ Monica Rizzio

March 24th @ 3:00 pm

Join us Sunday, March 24th for live music under the oaks with Clay Parker and Jodi James with Monica Rizzio. Clay Parker and Jodi James are an acoustic duo from Baton Rouge, Louisiana. The pair's use of dense harmony-singing and subtle musical arrangements indelibly binds them to the tradition of singer-songwriters and positions them well in the folk roots and americana strains of country music. Monica Rizzio is an outlaw country/folk singer-songwriter who grew up in the bible belt of East Texas and has developed a taste for old guitars and smooth tequilas. For more information visit: www.cpjjmusic.com www.monicarizzio.com

“Driftwood Nights” w/ Garner Sloan

March 29th @ 6:30 pm

Vista Brewing Presents: "Driftwood Nights" w/ Garner Sloan Desert. Dusk. The panicked bleats of a nervous goat ring out to the horizon and then die in the sand. Crouched low before a fire, his professorial tweed jacket in tatters, Cormac McCarthy frantically scribbles ancient runes into the hard-baked earth with a broken shard of a large mammal’s shoulder blade. Across the fire, Tom Waits. Chanting in tongues cut with razorblades, eyes rolled back, he tosses a rusty steak knife from hand to hand. Its gaze fixed upon the blade, the goat’s eyes grow with fear. The bleating ceases. A low,…

Steel Betty

March 31st @ 3:00 pm

Join us Sunday, March 31st for live music under the oaks with Steel Betty!! Distinctively Austin. Steel Betty lives at the crossroads of what makes Austin Texas the engine driving traditional music in America. Flavors of bluegrass, folk, blues, Tex-Mex, Old Time music, and classic country, are a reflection of today’s American music scene. Steel Betty, the hip, virtuosic trio, embraces Austin’s eclectic culture and brings this lively music out of Texas for the rest of the country to experience. David McD (guitar, vocals), Maddy Froncek (banjo, upright bass, vocals), and Micah Motenko (mandolin, piano, vocals) are multi-instrumentalists capturing the sounds and…

“Driftwood Nights” w/ Robert Cline Jr.

April 5th @ 7:00 pm

Vista Brewing Presents: "Driftwood Nights" w/ Robert Cline Jr. Robert Cline Jr. has rambled across the country, from the farmlands to the main streets of middle-America, creating a love for the open road and the experiences of the heartland. His is inspiration is pulled from a diverse array of people and places,.. as he searched for his song… For more information visit: www.robertclinejr.com www.vistabrewingtx.com

1st Anniversary Party

April 6th @ 11:00 am

Spring is here....and that means we are turning the BIG 1!  Join us April 6 for an all-day party celebrating all things Vista!   Brewery Open House with Special Tappings of Limited-Release Wine Barrel Aged Beers 11AM until it's gone: Re-release of the first beer ever brewed at Vista: Commencement Brett Ale 12PM: Barrel-Aged Dark Skies Black Pilsner 4PM: Apricot Brett Ale 6PM: Peach Lambic (a sneak preview of a summer release!) Destination Tours: 3PM & 5PM Enjoy a stroll on our walking trails with a guided tour of the property including local history, our onsite farm, apiary. The fields of wildflowers…

The Carper Family

April 7th @ 4:00 pm

Join us Sunday, April for 7th for live music under the oaks with The Carper Family!! The Carper Family is a family band like no other, spinning out the effortless harmonies of a born-family with the range and diversity of a made-family... Whatever the bloodline, the music hits the ear with both depth and simplicity, capturing the essence of true country music. The Austin-based trio of Melissa Carper , Beth Chrisman , and Jenn Miori applies their signature, stunning three-part harmonies to bluegrass, old-time, country and swing tunes of the standard and original variety, pushing and honoring American musical traditions…

“Driftwood Nights” w/ Christy Hays

April 12th @ 7:00 pm

Vista Brewing Presents: "Driftwood Nights" w/ Christy Hays “Like Lucinda Williams in a Carhartt jacket, Christy Hays works rugged metaphors into emotionally charged country folk.” (Austin Chronicle). Christy Hays’ music has folk and country tinges, thoughtfully penned stories and a full band sound that is both driving alt country and moody folk rock. Christy Hays has released two full length albums and two EP’s since 2009. Her new album ‘River Swimmer’ is due out in April of 2018 on Nine Mile Records. It brings the culmination of Christy’s influences and her experiences traveling the world. Born in rural central Illinois,…

Strahan & The Good Neighbors

April 14th @ 3:00 pm

Join us Sunday, April 14th for live music under the oaks with Strahan & The Good Neighbors!! Strahan grew up in Carrollton, IL, a farm town near the Illinois and Mississippi rivers, where the countryside was an expanse of corn fields, ravines, bluffs, and tributaries snaking their way alongside the backroads. His father, Alvin Roscoe Strahan played lead guitar, his grandma, Nina Strahan, played banjo which later in life led to ukuleles, and his grandpa, George Schnelten, had an enduring love for singing and recording songs a capella at home--they all encouraged music in their own ways. When Doug was…

“Driftwood Nights” w/ Aaron McDonnell

April 19th @ 7:00 pm

Vista Brewing Presents: "Driftwood Nights" w/ Aaron McDonnell Singer and guitarist Aaron McDonnell was born and raised in Oregon's rural Willamette Valley to a mill-working father and a God-fearing mother. He bought his first guitar, a knock-off Telecaster, when he was 15 years old and proceeded to learn everything from Garth Brooks to Nirvana, however it was the sound of the older generation that captured his imagination; George Jones, Johnny Cash, and Conway Twitty songs drifted from the radios and turntables of his grandmothers' kitchens and living rooms. This heritage is alive and well in McDonnell's earnest and straightforward songs,…

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