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For a 5th Friday Change of Pace, Join Us at Rockey’s Piano Bar

5th Fridays are special, and we have a special outing planned for Galveston Bay Parrothead Club.

Rockey’s Piano Bar, voted best bar in Round Rock in 2016, has a second location at 18313 Egret Bay Blvd in Webster, next door to the Scout Bar. Rockey’s features a singer/pianist and a percussionist on stage in a high energy, all request, sing along format which attracts and delights a large weekend crowd.

Join us for the 7-9pm show at Rockey’s this Friday, January 31. Doors open at 6pm. We are expecting a good crowd tonight, so come early.

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