Whitney Rose @6:30pm – No cover! 21+ only.
“A sultry country classicist with a tremble in her voice, Whitney Rose is partial to the magisterial gestures of the 1950s and 1960s.” – New York Times
“Playfully croons through tales of love and mischief with girlish breath and devilish twang.” – Rolling Stone
“Rose nailed this concoction of joining the purer sides of pop and country. The most exciting part is seeing where she goes next.” – American Songwriter
“Whitney Rose’s voice sounds like it’s comin’ on out of a time machine in RCA’s Studio B in Nashville circa 1960. Her songwriting blends vintage R&B and retro country.” — Magnet
– “Following in the tradition of Patti Griffith, Alejandro Escovedo, Joe Ely, and others who use place as an essential element of their music. That place could be East Texas, West Texas, Houston, or Dallas—it’s a big state that contains multitudes—but one that is quintessentially Texas.” – PopMatters