Get "All Jacked Up" at Rodeo's Hideout With Gretchen Wilson, Dale Watson, Honeybrowne, Others

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The Houston Livestock Show & Rodeo announced the lineup for its smaller Hideout venue this morning and, well, it's

countrier than the Black Eyed Peas

. This year's bill includes "Here for the Party" girl Gretchen Wilson, a contestant from CMT's

Can You Duet

(O'Shea), some legit honky-tonkers (Dale Watson, Eleven Hundred Springs, Two Tons of Steel), the guy who wrote the original

Austin City Limits

theme song (Gary P. Nunn), a guy we always think is named after a club in Austin (Zona Jones), some people we never heard of, and our buddy

Lonesome Onry and Mean

's absolute favorite local band ever (Honky Tonk Heroes). Seriously, he won't shut up about these guys. The Hideout entertainment for Black Heritage Day and Go Tejano Day is TBD. See a complete schedule after the jump.

March 2:

Gary P. Nunn

March 3:


March 4:

Max Stalling

March 5:

TBA (Black Heritage Day)

March 6:

Todd Fritsch

March 7:

DJ Music

March 8:

Josh Ward Band

March 9:

Honky Tonk Heroes

March 10:

Dale Watson

March 11:


March 12:

Scott Wiggins Band

March 13:

Zona Jones

March 14:

TBA (Go Tejano Day)

March 15:

Gretchen Wilson

March 16:

Two Tons of Steel

March 17:

Josh Abbott Band

March 18:

Candy Coburn

March 19:

Eleven Hundred Springs

March 20:

Jarrod Birmingham

March 21:

Jamie Richards Admission to the Hideout is free with admission to the rodeo grounds for those 21 and up. The beer starts pouring at 6 p.m., and entertainers go on at 10:15 p.m. Monday-Friday and 8:30 p.m. Saturday and Sunday. See more information, including details on the rodeo's "Rockin' Rodeo Party Pavilion" private-events area, at



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