Swiss businessman Daniel Meyer built a tiny village of bed and breakfasts in the grassy hills along Barons Creek, just at the edge of Fredericksburg. Then he built a blues and jazz club for his friends.
Fredericksburg Insider: Get Your Jazz Groove on at The Club
These are Fredericksburg locals, but Auslanders are welcome, too.
Photo: Robert C Deming
The Club at Barons Creekside is the only Fredericksburg venue regularly offering jazz, and these local people come often to enjoy the music. The Club is just north of East Main Street at 316 Goehmann Lane. In addition to beer and wine, The Club offers small plates of delectable food and great acoustics. Much of the seating is sofa-style with tables, and the music’s volume still allows for conversation.
Austin based jazz Trio Verde
Photo:Robert C Deming
Monte Mann, Jessica Green, and Rob Roeder make up this jazz trio; their performance was flawless. This recent Saturday night show was the fourth for them at The Club. In addition to playing jazz standards, like “Fly Me To The Moon,” “I Left My Heart In San Francisco,” and “Crazy,” they also perform some very different jazz, such as a medley from the “Wizard of Oz.”
For those perfect Texas Hill Country nights, there is an outdoor patio.
Photo:The Club at Barons Creekside
This club is located near a group of bed and breakfast cabins but is not well known outside of Fredericksburg. There is room for you and your friends to enjoy amazing music in an intimate setting. A recent performance by popular local (and long-time Austin) singer-songwriter Cam King was well attended, but there was still space for a few more people to slip in the door.
Waiting for lovers of great music to arrive.