Tag: Hill Country Barbecue Market

  • Wink Keziah

    This self-described “urban hillbilly” survived a harsh North Carolina childhood to become one of the country’s hard-core honky-tonkers most deserving of wider recognition. His 2008 album Working Songs for the Drinking Class was simply terrific, and his new Cowbilly seals the deal with songs like loser anthem “When I Get Paid” and “A Hot Woman […]

  • Shooter Jennings

    The outlaw-country scion bombed in a big way with 2010’s concept-rock experiment Black Ribbons, a record which the Times’s Ben Ratliff memorably described as “rampagingly awful, so perhaps it should come as no surprise that Waylon Jennings’ son returns to what he knows best on the upcoming Family Man. Get a sneak peek tonight. Mon., […]

  • Coveting Clod

    In many respects, Hill Country is a reverent re-creation of Kreuz Market in Lockhart, Texas, the Lone Star State’s most beloved barbecue. Kreuz is housed in a barn-like premises on the edge of town, forsaking its smoky and picturesque original home on the town square. Poured into a former warehouse on West 26th Street festooned […]