Thursday 20 December 2018 – Brash Brewing Presents The 1st Annual Lemmymas


On December 24th in Staffordshire England a child was born. They swaddled him in black leather and lay him upon the bar. Three wisemen came bearing Whiskey, a pack of Marlboros, and a bass guitar. They named him Lemmy and he became a God. Join us 12/20/18 at Rudz as we celebrate the one and only Lemmy Kilmister. Brash beers on tap, Lemmymas glassware, and face melting Motorhead covers from Doomstress, Horehound, the Journey Agents, and other local bands.

Wednesday 21 November 2018 – Bill Fool’s Thanksgiving Eve Show: Satanic Overlords of Rock N Roll, Killer Hearts, Hell’s Engine, Blackgrass Gospel, CBG and the 18 Wheelers


Satanic Overlords of Rock n Roll (Houston, TX)

Evil Rock N Roll in the vein of the Dwarves, Black Sabbath, Turbonegro and all of the other Devil loving rock bands you seem to enjoy!



Killer Hearts (Houston, TX)

 TKH – featuring members of Electric Frankenstein, Texas Terri & The Stiff Ones, Down & Dirties and The Wrong Ones
“Killer Hearts are a searing rock n roll band from Houston. – These guys are impressive to see live and they have the rock ‘n’ roll power ” -David Garrick, FPH


Hell’s Engine (Houston, TX)

Under dogs of the scene with a very big, nasty bite…. These four Houston punk rock n’ rollas originally formed in 2004, and after both a hiatus and some restructuring, reformed in 2015. With only a self-titled demo recording to claim, they’ve recently hit the studio and released a new EP. If that’s not enough, their single “Chopper Slut” will be released on a 7-inch vinyl split with New Jersey’s Electric Frankenstein on Self Destructo records this fall, 2016. With influences like Turbonegro, Motorhead and D.R.I…… Hell’s Engine will surely not be running low on fuel anytime soon.



Blackgrass Gospel (Alvin, TX)

Prepare for an original darque lyrical adventure supported by haunting melodies , upbeat rhythms , interactive hooks ; and an all encompassing journey into true Americana awesomeness! Black Grass Gospel is an all-original Outlaw Bluegrass band from Alvin,Texas .


CBG and the 18 Wheelers (Houston, TX)

CBG and the 18 Wheelers is outlaw country band of revolving musicians which play original music and covers. Although some songs are comedy there are serious ones as well. CBG and the 18 Wheelers also has about an hour long set of music from artists like all of the Hank Williams, Haggard, the Possum, Willie, etc. I


$5.00, 21+, doors 8pm

Friday 16 November 2018 – The Alexis Kidd Medical Expenses Fundraiser: The Hates , Texas Mod Crushers, The Genzales

Friday 16 November 2018
The Alexis Kidd Medical Expenses Fundraiser featuring
The Hates , Texas Mod Crushers, The Genzales

Lets us help someone who has helped so many others.


I would love it if you took a moment to check out my GoFundMe campaign:

Your support would mean a lot to me. Thank you so much!  – Christian Kidd


The Hates (Houston, TX)

The Hates has been called “Houston’s first and last punk band”, and with over thirty years of blood, sweat, and that familiar mohawk, those words may be more true than their author ever knew. From his very first live show in 1978, Christian Arnheiter (now Kidd) has steered this legendary band through decades of disco, pop, new wave, hair bands, hip-hop, crossover country, and now the newest fad of tribute bands to keep punk rock alive.

In a time when many early eighties groups are getting back together to play reunion shows, the Hates have the distinction of being the oldest continuously performing unsigned punk band. And despite the love/hate relationship the local music scene has had with punk rock over the years, the Bayou City will always be their home.



Texas Mod Crushers (Houston, TX)

British motorcycles and loud noises

“Texas Mod Crushers; the name pretty much sums it up the fury and attitude of this pulsequickening thrashy alt-rock new CD that came our way.” Café Racer Magazine

“A band that everyone needs to see live, Texas Mod Crushers will bring their Texas punk to life in three piece suits, while playing three chord punk in style.” David Garrick, Free Press Houston


The Genzales (Houston, TX)

Taking their name (and inspiration) from Johnny Thunders’ birth surname, the Genzales formed in early 2017 with the idea of just writing some songs and playing ragged and energetic rock and roll: punk rock molded in the form of not only their namesake, but other miscreant rock and roll punk forebears as well like Loney-era Groovies, Real Kids, Nervous Eaters…the Lazy Cowgirls. Messy, noisy and never earnest, and always sullied by their roots, their songs always nod to the Kinks and the Pretty Things. Band members consist of remnants of Houston bands like the Born Liars, modfag and the Freakouts, as well as the B-Movie Rats from Los Angeles. New single for ‘Don’t Smoke in Bed’ on Raw Ramp Records coming soon.

Thursday 01 November 2018 – Radar Talk Intimate Live Podcast with Catastrophic Theater (7-10pm)

Join us for our newest monthly event upstairs! Radar Talk Intimate, a Podcast will have a live taping with Catastrophic Theater members Kyle Sturdivant & Tamarie Cooper discussing all things related and unrelated to theater in Houston. Doors at 7pm & Recording at 7:30. There will be a 15-20 minute break in the middle as well as a Live Mic for the audience to participate. Every month will feature a new guest!

Friday 19 October 2018 – 7th Annual Laugh in the Face of Breast Cancer (7:30pm)

This year is our 7th Annual Laugh in the Face of Breast Cancer Comedy Show! Each year, more people attend and more money is raised and each year, I can’t thank you enough for your support.

This year’s local and hilarious comedians include Stevn Padilla, Nick Palermo, Grady Pruitt, Dusti Rhodes, Josh Stokes and Tre Tutson.

From 2005 to 2011, my mother and I (and others) would walk in Komen’s Race for the Cure and as time went on, she became weaker from her cancer and cancer treatments. We went from walking the entire 5k to only doing about a 10 minute walk and turning back around- I would still make her walk through the finish line! In 2011, I thought about the next year and how she will probably be weaker than this year and I don’t want her to feel defeated (especially because she never felt defeated!) so I wanted to come up with something she could participate in but not have to anything at all yet somehow have some fun. So in 2012, I started Laugh in the Face of Breast Cancer in 2012. Why not go to a comedy show and laugh? We all need some fun in our lives and while she was fighting cancer with all she had, she still deserved to have fun and Laugh in the Face of Breast Cancer!

I’m asking you to share this with anybody and everybody. Last year, a friend told me that she sent it to her company’s Philanthropy Group and they sent it to over 500 employees!

If you can’t attend, please share the email and flyer and donate to the cause. You can use the same link to buy tickets and to donate online.

As always, thank you for your continued support. -Angie


Friday October 19, 2018 7:30pm
7th Annual Laugh in the Face of Breast Cancer





Friday 05 October 2018 – Houston Horror 48 Hour Film Project Kickoff 6-7pm

The 48 Hour Film Project challenges teams of filmmakers to create a short film from scratch in a single weekend. We’re back at it again, but with a twist – all genres will be horror themed!! All the other rules remain the same.

The filmmaking weekend (October 5 – 7) starts with the Kickoff event on Friday evening at Rudyard’s where teams will be assigned a character, prop and line of dialogue to include in their film. Each team will also a draw a genre for their film out of a hat. The rest is up to the team and films are due back on Sunday.

Regular registration is open until we reach capacity (30 teams). The registration fee is $175 per team, but you can save $25 if you also registered a team for the regular 48HFP earlier this year. Each team leader will receive 2 complimentary tickets to the screening featuring his/her film which will take place Thursday October 11.


Please note that we are meeting in the upstairs room of Rudyard’s on October 5th.  Representatives from each team will gather to draw their genre and learn this year’s prop, character & line dialogue.

  • The representative may be any member of the team – it does not have to be the team leader.
  • The representative must bring the Team Leader’s Agreement to kickoff. The agreement must be signed by the team leader.
  • Everyone will be released at 7:00pm to begin working on their films