We have Live Music on the patio every Friday & Saturday night! We Usually have music on BBQ Sunday and sometimes we just have live music on a random day! Can you tell we enjoy music?! Please check our calendar or our FaceBook page for our music schedule. If you are interested in playing music at the Hotel, please fill out our form below and if you have a link to some of your talent, include it too. Hope to see you soon at Hotel Turkey!
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Reservations are available below through Snag a Table – but are not required!
Upcoming Hotel Turkey Artists
Friday February 24
So, not only is Dillon Taylor a phenomenal guitarist who you will hear playing with many of your favorite bands, Dillon is also an incredible singer and songwriter in his own right. Be prepared to tap your toes and even sing along to the great music Dillon will be bringing to us Friday, February 24th!
Saturday February 25
Coming to us from Ft. Worth, Texas, Jacob’s thoughtful lyrics and incredibly guitar playing, will leave you in awe and inspired. Listen to one of our favorite Jacob Furr songs here! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nx1mXI-f8lI
Saturday February 25
Jesse Spradlin is new to Hotel Turkey, but we have a feeling we are going to love the beautiful music she makes! Coming to us all the way from Virginia, take a listen to her here! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZS24E3HBPiQ
Chase Glover & Kevin Tinney
Saturday, March 4
Get ready for one heck of a night you guys! Our friends from East Texas, Chase Glover and Kevin Tinney will be joining us for Steak Night on March 4th! The last time they were here for the HT Song Festival, it was one of our favorite performances and we know you will be want to be here too!
Friday March 3
Friday March 10
Saturday March 11
Artists Coming Soon!
the damn quails
March 18 on the back patio – $15 tickets
YA’LL!!! We are so excited to announce: The Damn Quails. The Damn Quails is a band formed in Norman, Oklahoma in 2011. They aim to carry on the great Oklahoma tradition of songwriting that draws from countless genres and has produced many memorable songs, bands, singers, and moments. They are proud to be part of such a rich musical heritage and have taken their cue from their musical predecessors and forged their own and style that they loosely refer to Folk Rock.
April 14 on the back patio – $15 tickets
Four albums (and countless songs written for other artists) into one of country music’s more esteemed careers, country recording artist/songwriter George Ducas continues to evolve. Teamed with Pete Anderson, award-winning, platinum producer/guitar player, in what will crystallize Ducas’ country roots and expand into other genres, on the horizon comes a highly anticipated 5th album, “Long Way From Home”. Born in Galveston, Texas, George Ducas’ family wasn’t a particularly musical one, leaving Ducas to take the reins of his own music education. He did benefit from hearing a steady diet of Willie Nelson and Texas singer-songwriters Jerry Jeff Walker and Guy Clark around the house. He taught himself how to play guitar around the age of 12 and later expanded his learning to both blues and rock. With parents who divorced early in his childhood, Ducas spent his childhood years in both Texas with his father and Southern California with his mother. After graduating high school in Houston, he enrolled at Vanderbilt University, even as music was calling his name. After graduating and moving to Atlanta for a brief stint, Ducas made the life-altering drive from Atlanta to Nashville, forging his own path in an industry built predominantly on formula. Early on, he dedicated himself to his songwriting and performed regularly in and around Nashville, cultivating a following both in and outside of the music industry. His new album, “Long Way From Home”, appropriately mixes elements of timeless honky-tonk country with roots rock music, retaining Ducas’ unmistakable identity while continuing to show his evolution as an artist and have some cross genre surprises. Of his previous albums, Ducas’ self-titled debut album on Capitol Records yielded four Billboard charting songs, including “Teardrops” and the Top 10 smash “Lipstick Promises”. His second album yielded two more Billboard charting songs and included a Grammy nomination. During this time, he also began notching scores of hits as a songwriter for artists such as Garth Brooks, Sara Evans, Eli Young Band, Randy Rogers Band, Gary Allan, Dixie Chicks, Trisha Yearwood and more. For the most part, Ducas shrugs this off, “What anyone creates is rarely totally “original” – although people tell me that I am, and that’s definitely what I strive for. But the success of a song also hinges on a lot of other hard-working believers behind the scenes, doing an exceptional job. In the end, I just want to bring my music to as many people as I can – and sure we all want to be accepted, but I’m also always aiming to trailblaze a little bit of my own territory.” All together to date, Ducas has been a part of studio albums that have sold more than 20 million copies and even garnered a Grammy nomination. All the while, Ducas maintains that the best part of it all is to tour and perform live – whether it’s back home in Texas, across the US, headlining festivals in Japan, France, Brazil, Switzerland, the UK, or appearing on Nashville’s famed Grand Ole Opry. Of his live show, Ducas says, “I like for the experience to be a non-stop musical journey, of both my own recordings and songwriting hits, both past and present. And I can’t wait to add the songs from this new album to my live show.”
April 15 on the back patio – $10 tickets
A Texas-born Americana artist rooted in the tradition of his home state’s songwriting heroes, Dallas Burrow built a career on both sides of the Atlantic with his 2019 debut, Southern Wind. Recorded in Nashville, the album reached Number 25 on the UK Americana Chart and Number 4 on the US Alt-Country chart, paving the way for a string of cross-country shows alongside fellow road warriors like Charley Crockett. For Burrow — a lifelong explorer who’d spent his 20s on the move, chasing his muse across most of America and Europe while rubbing shoulders with luminaries like Bob Dylan and Dr. John — being so far away from home felt natural. Even so, he began missing the stability of his new life back in Texas, where he’d built a family and gotten sober. His second album, 2021’s Dallas Burrow, marks both a symbolic and literal homecoming for the songwriter, who recorded the new material with modern-day legend Bruce Robison in the rural Texas countryside. It’s a record about embracing maturity and the responsibilities of family life, sung by Burrow in a voice that bears both the road-worn weariness of a lifelong highwayman and the fierce fire of a man reborn. -Andrew Leahey
West Texas Exiles w/mason & the Gin line
May 5 on the back patio – $10 tickets
Since their debut as a band last year at Hotel Turkey, the West Texas Exiles have been burning up stages across Texas. We are looking forward to having them back with our good friends, Mason and the Gin Line for a Cinco de Mayo!