Check out who’s stopping by at 1852 on Austin

Whether you’re looking for dinner or some entertainment, 1852 on Austin makes sure to deliver! They value bringing local and national artists to Jefferson and making their venue the ultimate gathering place for music lovers.

Who you can see at 1852 on Austin:


  • July 30th, show begins at 8:00 PM
  • Louisiana’s premier 1950′s-60′s show band. Flashback’s two hour “At The Hop” show will bring back some wonderful memories of the songs that were popular when life in our country was so much simpler! You’ll be listening and singing along to the hits of Bill Haley & The Comets, Elvis, Roy Orbison, Buddy Holly, Jerry Lee Lewis, Fats Domino and the wonderful harmonies of doowop groups like, Danny & The Juniors, The Drifters, and the Coasters....it’s gonna be a fun journey down memory lane and reminiscent of the music of “Happy Days”, and “American Graffiti”. You’re guaranteed to leave the show with a smile on your face!
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Jenn Ford & the Wide Eyed Devils

  • August 5th, show begins at 8:00 PM
  • Born and raised in East Texas, Jenn first started performing in church, school choir and marching band. She attended college as a vocal music major and was a member of several select groups and ensembles, before joining the US Army. During her time with the Military Police, Jenn was selected to tour with The United States Army Soldier Show, the 62nd Army Band; and eventually assigned to The United States Army Europe Band and Chorus. Having performed worldwide in front of military audiences as large as 40,000, Jenn is at home in front of a crowd, and draws her energy from it.
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The Sultans

Chris Cain

  • September 2nd, show begins at 8:00 PM
  • With more than three decades of touring and fourteen previous albums, master blues guitarist and vocalist Chris Cain has earned his reputation as a musician’s musician. Since his first release in 1987, Cain has created his very own blues sound inspired by his heroes—B.B. King, Albert King, Ray Charles, Albert Collins, Grant Green and Wes Montgomery. His jazz-informed blues guitar playing is fiery, emotional and always unpredictable. His vocals—gruff, lived-in and powerful—add fuel to the fire. His indelible original songs keep one foot in the blues tradition and both eyes on the future.
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Already Gone

  • September 3rd, show begins at 8:00 PM
  • Already Gone released their debut EP, The Open Road, in 2017. Buoyed by the positive reviews, the band released a second album of originals in 2020, 8-Tracks. In between their original releases, they tipped their hat to the band that started it all, The Eagles, by releasing a cover of Witchy Woman, along with an accompanying video. In spite of the success they’ve enjoyed with their original music, Already Gone states they have no plans to change their format from a tribute band. Alluding to the timelessness of the Eagles’ music, they all agree that even after sixteen years, they’re still having fun performing for one of the region’s most enthusiastic fan bases, and that rock n’ roll, no matter who wrote it, will never get old.
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1852 Austin Street Band

The Paul Thorn Band

  • October 29th, show begins at 8:00 PM
  • We live in a world where the terms “artist” and “genius” have been rendered meaningless through overuse. To use either in describing Thorn, though, is not overreach. Pick up any of his dozen or so CDs. The evidence is plain to see. Just listen. The scenery of Thorn’s rural South is changing. The trailer parks, gravel roads around Tupelo and high school beauty queens flicker in the rear-view mirror. Two years ago, Thorn returned to his early gospel roots with the release of “Don’t Let the Devil Ride.”
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To stay updated year round for who’s coming to 1852 on Austin, you can check out their website or Facebook for future music events.

Jade Allen

Jade Allen

Jade Allen explores East Texas to bring the most exciting activities and locations to The East Texas Weekend. Jade came to Texas in 2018, where it has steadily become a home and a place to explore.