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Nov3

Hays City Store

Hays City Store, 8989 Ranch to Market Rd 150, Driftwood, TX

Sep19

Hays City Store

Hays City Store, 8989 Ranch to Market Rd 150, Driftwood, TX

Jul21

Hays City Store

Hays City Store, 8989 Ranch to Market Rd 150, Driftwood, TX

Jul19

Hurricanes Round Rock

Hurricanes Round Rock, 2701 Parker Road, Round Rock, TX

Jun16

Fathers Day at Live Oak Brewing Company

Live Oak Brewing Company, 1615 Crozier Ln, Del Valle, TX

Celebrate the awesome dads in your life with a fun day at the brewery with Micheladas, live music and more! Fry's Fun Farm petting zoo - 1-3pm Father's Day Micheladas! - $6 each BANDS:
1pm-2:30pm JJ Rapscallion
3pm-4:30pm Milktoast Millie & the Scabby Knees
5-6:30pm Rick Hornyak

May31

Table 620

Table 620, 2000 Ranch Road 620 South, Lakeway, TX

May23

Hays City Store

Hays City Store, 8989 Ranch to Market Rd 150, Driftwood, TX

May11

Second Annual Maifest Market

Live Oak Brewing Company - Cancelled due to inclement weather, 1615 Crozier Ln, Del Valle, TX

Local artisans and vendors will be showcasing their wares from 1-7pm. Enjoy browsing under the shady live oaks in our biergarten, cold beer in hand, being serenaded by live bands, all the while supporting local makers. Not a bad Saturday. Bands:
1:30pm JJ Rapscallion
3:30-5pm Milktoast Millie & The Scabby Knees
5:30-7pm: Rick Hornyak

May4

Salt Lick BBQ

Salt Lick BBQ, 18300 FM 1826, Driftwood, TX

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Rick HornyakRick's Story

Rick Hornyak had it all: a house, a car, friends, family, a union job. But he wasn't happy, something was missing, lost. He knew it couldn't be found in Clarks Mills, PA. And it wasn't long after that, that he woke up, went to work, and didn't work. He quit. So long, farewell, ADIOS.

He had the biggest yard sale in the history of Clarks Mills - house included. Everything must go. Most especially Rick. He left town with a couple of guitars, a bunch of scribbled songs, and a dog named Buddy. He figured Buddy deserved to come along, considering that Buddy was the only one who hadn't told him he was crazy.

White lines and road signs, America zipping past his window. Road signs that kept announcing Austin, Texas, Home of Guitar Heroes. The place where all the songs that he had rushing through his mind would emerge free and wild. The people, the scenes. The clubs.

It's an amazing feeling to come home to a place you've never been before. But then, this is an amazing guy. And the best way to get to know him is through his songs. So check out his schedule. Check out his show. Stop by afterwards and say hello. You might have a yard sale of your own one day.