Not your birthday this weekend? No worries. You can join the party at Lake House Bar and Grill, where they’re celebrating their 2nd anniversary with a big bash Saturday, March 21. Owner John Schmitz says they’ll have three live bands, and Peticolas Brewing Company will be on hand to do a tap takeover.
Family Crude goes on at 3 p.m., with an alternative country-folk-rock sound that’s part Dixie Chicks, part Indigo Girls. This acoustic duet, comprised of sisters-in-law Tricia Chronister and SheraLee Clark, say they began their partnership after singing first at family gatherings and campfire sessions.
At 4:30, you’ll hear Eastwood, an alternative country five piece band with two successful albums under their belt. Founding members David Heidle and Kevin Minihan, along with joiners Alex Bradbury, Marc Daigle and Todd Unruh, have played their strong vocal harmonies and heartfelt lyrics all over Texas.
The King Bucks will close the show, taking the stage at 6:30. This traditional country band with a rockabilly soul plays homage to country music’s early masters. If you love a good honky tonk, you’ll love The King Bucks.
Saturday hours are 11 a.m. to midnight. Lake House is located at 7510 E. Northwest Highway at Lawther.