Brooks Steaks Out
Monday, July 13, 2015
– Kix Brooks premieres his new television series, "Steak Out with Kix Brooks," on Tuesday on the Cooking Channel.
From Denver to New York City, Brooks takes fans across America to visit the best traditional and modern steakhouses in the country, for six half-hour long episodes. The show airs at 9 p.m. eastern.
"Having spent so much time on the road, I have had the opportunity to eat at some of the best steakhouses in almost every city," said Brooks. "I loved getting to travel back to places for Steak Out that I remember loving and try some new spots. We had a blast sharing why I gave them all a big ole stamp of approval."
The schedule is:
July 14 Omaha, NE - Johnny's Café, Dario's Gorat's
July 21 Dallas - YO Steakhouse, Cattleman's, Knife
July 28 Denver -Bastien's, The Buckhorn Exchange, Guard and Grace
Aug. 4 New Orleans - Galatoire's, Charlie's, Dickie Brennan's Steakhouse
Aug. 11 Washington, D.C. - Ray's The Steak, The Partisan, Del Campo's South American
Aug. 18 New York City - Keen's, Sammy's Roumanian Steakhouse, M Wells
Brooks has been playing concerts in Las Vegas since late June as part of the Reba, Brooks & Dunn: Together in Vegas show at The Colosseum at Caesars Palace.
More news for Kix Brooks
CD reviews for Kix Brooks
New to This Town
With no disrespect to Kix Brooks, but back when he was half of the super successful Brooks & Dunn, this diminutive one sometimes seemed to be Andrew Ridgeley to George Michaels; he was Oates to Hall. Hopefully, though, the wonderful new "New to This Town" will put that stereotype to rest. Brooks was also the humorous, gregarious side of Brooks & Dunn, which starkly contrasted Ronnie's many times uptight, shy stage presence.
There's little that's overly serious on »»»
Editorial: Walking the talk
When names like Hank Williams, Johnny Cash, Waylon and the Hag are invoked, you're talking hard core country. These are the touchstones of country , the guys who made country music what it was and still is (or maybe can be). When these folks would sing about being down-and-out and the rough-and-tumble, they knew of what they were singing about. Fast forward a few years to the country singers of today. »»»
Concert Review: There's a lot to be said about The Felice Brothers
The Felice Brothers have soldiered on, occupying the fringes of the musical world with ups and downs. After not knowing whether the group would even continue following the departure of half of the band a few years ago, The Felice Brothers continued with a new rhythm section and a new album, "Undressed," that is heavily political.... »»»
Concert Review: Turner bring it on (to his second) home
Frank Turner opined during the first of four sold-out nights of the Lost Evenings Festival that Boston was his home away from his British home. The likable, accessible singer hit the sweet spot not only with his perspective, but his performance as well demonstrated why.
Turner made a major change in this year's festival. For the first time, he... »»»
Follow Country Standard Time
Elsewhere in the news
Currently at the CST blogs
After having huge success at the get go with "Redneck Woman," Wilson eventually went her own way and took a break. During her "hiatus," Wilson started her own label and was a "120 percent mom" to her teenage daughter.... »»»
A visit with Hayes Carll finds him taking a rare day off at home to discuss new album "What It Is" co-produced by Brad Jones and Carll's girlfriend, Allison Moorer. "This album works around three themes; our relationship (he and Moorer), the world and myself.... »»»
Dale (The Real Deal) Watson has been releasing hard country albums since 1995 and shows no signs of slowing down on his most recent release, "Call Me Lucky." This record marks his third effort recorded in Memphis, at Sam Phillips Recording Studio, with Watson's regular touring band, The Lone Stars.... »»»
Joy Williams' "Front Porch" album is a beautiful collection of acoustic, country-folk music. The title cut, for instance, includes sweet fiddling, while the rest of the album takes an appreciated low-key approach to its instrumentation. »»»
Randy Rogers makes a big, bold statement with his title track, but it's the smaller insightful moment expressed through "Wine In A Coffee Cup" that stands out most. Rogers sings it empathetically over a swaying groove... »»»
When You're Ready
One of the most celebrated acoustic guitarists working within the Americana field, Molly Tuttle is two-time International Bluegrass Music Association Guitarist of the Year, the first female to be so honored. »»»