It will be a big week at Hurricane Harry’s as several bands make their way to College Station.

On Friday, April 26, William Clark Green will take the stage with special guest Jon Stork.

Green is no stranger to Aggieland, having played many times across town before. The Flint, Texas, native has known since the age of 13 that music was his passion in life, making himself a staple throughout the Texas Country landscape.

Since his first album, “Dangerous Man,” released in 2008, Green has produced four more studio albums, including the most recent, “Hebert Island,” which dropped in August 2018. Green is currently on the road doing what he does best.

Joining Green at Harry’s will be Jon Stork. Growing up outside of Houston, Stork found a place in music thanks to his family. At a young age, he found a knack for songwriting and began performing in his local church.

Using his soulful voice to backup his incredible lyrics, Stork released his debut album “In Your Radio” in May 2017.

The fun doesn’t end after the first duo heads out of town, as the Read Southall Band and The Damn Quails get ready to perform on Tuesday, April 30.

Coming out of Stillwater, Oklahoma, is the Southern rock-minded Read Southall Band, who looks to bring a little Oklahoma rock and roll to the Brazos Valley. Lead vocalist and guitarist Read Southall can get the crowd rocking from the moment he takes the stage.

Joining the group is the uniquely named band The Damn Quails. Also hailing from Oklahoma, the group combines several genres in their sound, which they refer to as folk rock.

Doors open on both nights at 9 p.m. Tickets can be purchased at the door or at

Be sure to join in on the fun both nights!