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Old Quarter

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413 20th St
Galveston, TX 77550
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(409) 762-9199
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This is a fantastic little place to watch live local and not so local musicians. Small enough to feel like you know the performers but professional and fun too! Go, go, go and c...

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Live Music and Friendly Atmosphere 12/19/2007

This is a fantastic little place to watch live local and not so local musicians. Small enough to feel like you know the performers but professional and fun too! Go, go, go and check out some music even if you aren't familiar with the artist. Never dissappoints! Pros: Live Music, great atmosphere Cons: Bigger bathrooms would be cool more

best acoustic acts 11/15/2006

If you want what the name implies go there. It is an intimate atmosphere with the best upcoming and done songsmiths in Texas. more

Gotta Love Wrecks! 11/12/2005

Wrecks has done an incredible job keeping us coming back and we're forever thankful for his dedication. Thanks, Wrecks for giving us a great spot for music in Galveston! Be sure to try out the Star Bock beer that has made him famous! Pros: Great music, Atmosphere more
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Editorial

  • In Short
    Rex Bell opened the doors to the original Old Quarter in 1967, but the cafe moved to the Strand District in 1996. Early highlights included Bert Wills and the late Townes Van Zandt. Though he's dabbled with a variety of musical styles since opening the place, Bell has swung back to his stable of local acoustic musicians with a few bigger names from Austin and Houston like Sisters Morales and Ray Wylie Hubbard.

  • 12/10/2006 Provided by Citysearch

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