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The Dallas Morning News publishes
a Guide section each Friday with extensive listings; or check out the Thursday
The hotel itself has several
bars and a nightclub.
The West End and Deep Ellum
districts both house a wide variety of nightspots, or wander the 1900 and
2000 blocks of Greenville Ave.
Country Palms Danceland,
4906 Military Pkwy, 214-388-1922 Open Mon-Sat evenings, they give lessons
in Two-Step, Schottische, and other country dances on Monday evenings.
Adair’s, 2624 Commerce,
is one of the more popular urban-cowboy-type dance halls.
The Top Rail, 2110 W
Northwest Hwy, has live country music nightly.
The Pocket Sandwich Theater,
5400 E Mocking-bird Ln, sometimes features the Light Crust Dough-boys,
one of the better Western Swing bands of all time.
Collateral Club, 11407
Emerald, live music Fri.
Dream Café, 2800
Routh, live music Wed-Sun.
Blue Cat Blues Club,
2617 Commerce, has blues Wed-Sun evenings.
The Bone, 2724 Elm,
has a live blues jam Tues evenings, and often has live blues on Wed &
Call the Dallas Blues Society
hotline for more info about goings-on, 214-521-BLUE.
Poor David’s Pub, 1924
Greenville, has live folk music Thurs-Mon evenings.
The Barley House, 2916
N Henderson, has folk on the weekends.
2912 McKinney, features Latin and tejano music.
The Deep Ellum section of town
is the center of this kind of music. Some of the clubs don’t even
have signs—folks cruise the area looking for crowds.
Deep Ellum Live, 2727
Canton, draws national names for its nightly schedule of funk, rock, world
beat, and alternative.
Club Dada, 2720 Elm,
is similar but draws more local artist.