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Siete Stories

Sam Houston

Sam Houston
Right away, it was obvious that Sam Houston was going to bring the fun to Café con Siete. Dressed in rose colored glasses, wide-brimmed hats, and black leather jackets, SamAlejandroMikeDylan, and JaRon certainly looked the part of a modern day jazz band. Their big smiles and relaxed presence made them look at home, like a group of friends gathering for lunch and a ja Continue reading

Good Field

Good Field
Around here, we elect to keep the meals well-done, but we like to keep the conversations raw and real. Which is why, arguably one of the coolest parts of Café con Siete is the opportunity to get to know artists in a more intimate environment. So, when Good Field showed up, we were delighted to hear the four fellas play their songs in a stripped down performance, and get to know them, Siete-style. Continue reading

Housewarming

Housewarming
At the core of any good party is good company. We’d be lying if we didn’t admit to loving a good fiesta, but what matters most to our familia is having a reason to gather together. So, when Housewarming, the indie band of Austin locals, came to Café con Siete, we wanted it to feel like a homecoming. Like they were coming to a celebration in a new place, with old friends. Continue reading

Dawn and Hawkes

Dawn and Hawkes
We try to do everything with love and treat everyone with love, siempre. So, on a sunny afternoon in April, when Dawn and Hawkes sang, “Have you ever let a stranger become someone you love,” it felt like a serendipitous understanding of one another. Continue reading

Daisy O'Connor

Daisy O'Connor

When Daisy O’Connor came for her Café con Siete performance and visit, she admitted that seven (siete) is her lucky number. And, when she realized that “Garza” translates to “Heron” in English, a big smile of astonishment spread across her face as she exclaimed, “I have a massive tattoo of a Heron running down my leg!” Well. If that’s not serendipitous, then we don’t know what is.

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Trio Los Vigilantes

Trio Los Vigilantes
Friday, February 8th, it hailed little white pebbles of ice around the office. The same way people say the only constant in life is change, Texans know that irregular weather conditions are the norm around here. Tan lines at Christmas? Possible. Polar vortexes en Febrero? Probable. Inside the cafe, however, we welcomed the talented Trio Los Vigilantes to join us for our fifth Café Con Siete. In doing so, we escaped the cold and warmed up our corazones with a little música de México. Continue reading

Clay Walker and Jodi James

Clay Walker and Jodi James
They felt like they could be our friendly, next door neighbors, from way back. (We certainly wish they were!) Sitting before us: a handsome, folksy duo, all the way from Baton Rouge, Louisiana.  For four years, Clay and Jodi have written and toured together, and we were delighted that their journey led them to our couch and armchair for the fourth Café con Siete. Continue reading

Lex Land

Lex Land

For our final Café con Siete of 2018, we really wanted to do a Christmas special, but were challenged to find a local artist whose enthusiasm for Christmas music matched our own. So, we were elated when Daisy O'Connor said, “you should talk to my friend Lex Land—she is the Queen of Christmas.” ⠀

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Cafe con Siete

Cafe con Siete
Introducing Cafe con Siete, a series where we invite musical guests to eat lunch and share a little about their own musical path. Pull up a chair and join us as we celebrate the many sounds of Siete though stories, laughter and song. Continue reading

Steve Moakler

Steve Moakler
When Steve Moakler, our first-ever Café con Siete performer sat on our couch, and started with, “Siete, are you ready? Such a good time, I can feel the confetti,” his charm lit up the room. It was as though he was speaking to us from the comforts of his own living room. Continue reading