Hill Country featuring Zane Williams
Friday, October 2, 2020
Doors: 6:00 PM
Schoepf's BBQ
702 E Central Ave
Belton, Texas 76513
Venue Map

Hill Country featuring Zane Williams at Schoepf's in Belton, TX

October 2nd - Gates @ 6:00 PM

  • Table purchases include 6 or 8 tickets
  • MUST Purchase a Table if you buy the Meal Package!

Ticket Options:
  • Individual Seat at a Table - $20 (By purchasing, you agree that you may be seated with others at the table)
  • 6 Person VIP Table on the Dance Floor - $100 ($16.67 per seat)
  • 8 Person Picnic Table - $74 ($9.25 per seat)
  • Meal for 6 - $100 (Must also purchase a table. Includes Ribs, Potato Salad, Pinto Bean, Sauce, Plates, and Plastic ware for 6. Food will be brought to your table at approximately 7:00PM)
  • No Individual Tickets will be Sold - Full Table Purchase Only
  • Ages 21 and Up Only for this Event

Share it and tag a few friends!
@schoepfs @outhousetickets @hillcountyband
Tickets no longer available.
Hill Country
Texas-based outfit “Hill Country” travels the borderland between musical genres, busting down the gates that separate country, bluegrass, folk, and acoustic rock. Listening to the interweaving 5-part harmonies, rock-solid songwriting and effortless musicianship, it’s natural to assume they’ve been playing together for years—-yet it wasn’t until late 2019 that their five paths converged. Primary front man and songwriter Zane Williams was already a well-established solo act with a loyal fan base and seven albums under his belt when he reached out to fellow Texas troubadour Paul Eason about starting a band. Paul had three solo albums of his own, not to mention a coveted side-man position playing lead guitar for Texas legend Kevin Fowler, but was immediately intrigued by the idea of a more collaborative project. ? Houston-based drummer Lyndon Hughes was next hop on board, bringing his passion for group vocals and extensive engineering and producing experience working with artists like Cody Johnson, Sundance Head, Roger Creager, David Grace, and more. A jam session at a demo studio brought them all together with multi-instrumentalist and singer Andy Rogers on banjo, dobro, mandolin and guitar, and the chemistry was immediate. Eventually the band’s unique vocal blend crystallized with the addition of Austin’s own Sean Rodriguez on bass and vocals.