Journeymen Southern rockers Molly Hatchet roar into The Texas Longhorn Club Friday night May 9th for a one-show only performance that promises to be famous in its own right.

Management at The Longhorn had to go through a “lot of extra steps to be able to present this band at this time” said a Club source.

Molly Hatchet is flying into Houston Friday morning for this extraordinary one-show only performance.

According to one rock tale, the band took its name from a legendary Southern prostitute who supposedly mutilated and decapitated her clients.

In that passionate vein since the bands inception in 1974 they’ve always put on a fantastically energetic live show that has left audiences gasping for breath and screaming for encore after encore over the years with their combination of boogie, blues and rock. 

 “I’ve worn out 5 albums and 3 CD’s of “Flirtin with Disaster” over the years” said James Vice, a stage technician at the Club. 

There’s no doubt, Molly Hatchet is one of the legendary bands from the era and geography that produced Lynyrd Skynrd, .38 Special and others that you can still see on stage cranking it out.

To balance the evenings entertainment The Longhorn has selected Southwind featuring Aimee Breaux to open the show.

 Southwind has been gaining popularity week after week on the regional circuit with their brilliant technical ability as musicians and mix of vocalists that features the crystal clear vocal virtuosity of Aimee Breaux.

Advance tickets for the full evening of entertainment are $20 through Thursday at: The Longhorn Truck and Car Plaza in Vinton, Bar B Western Wear on Main in Vidor, Sam’s Western Wear on College (Hwy 90) in Beaumont, Cotton’s Western Wear on Ryan in Lake Charles and The Horseman’s Store on I-10 East in Orange. 

Day of show tickets are $25 and available at all locations and the door. The doors will open promptly at 8p.m.

For table reservations and/or to charge tickets by phone call: 337-589-5647 ext 103.