Pat Waters
Feb
23
7:00 PM19:00

Pat Waters

He started out playing at VFW’s, opry’s and small clubs, wooing the hearts of country music fans across the Southwest. He’s shared the stage with country legends including Merle Haggard, John Conlee, Johnny Bush, Gary Stewart, Keith Whitley, Gary P. Nunn and many others.

With nine critically-acclaimed CD’s, Pat has made Texas Music Charts’ Top 20 multiple times and even scored a #1 hit in the European market that earned him the Terry Award’s Male Vocalist of the Year Award in Texas.

Pat is a Bridgeport, Texas native. He is also a husband, father, best-friend and a role model to all who know him and prides himself in keeping his fans out on the dance floor all night long!

www.patwaters.com

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Downtown Fever
Mar
1
7:00 PM19:00

Downtown Fever

Created in the image of the legendary Emerald City Band, Downtown Fever is not your average party band. This high energy group is comprised of the most talented musicians Dallas has to offer. Through lighting, choreography, and multiple lead vocalists, they bring a dynamic and interactive style that is famous for keeping dance floors full all night long. With a versatile song list ranging from Frank Sinatra to the hits of today, they specialize in choosing the best dance music at just the right time to pace your party to perfection! Downtown Fever is based in Dallas, Texas and also maintains a busy performance schedule in Austin, Houston, San Antonio, Kansas City, St. Louis and all over the United States.



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Jessica McVey
Mar
8
7:00 PM19:00

Jessica McVey

Jessica McVey is a rising country artist out of the DFW area. She grew up in a small town in Illinois called Atlanta. She was born into a family of musicians and singers. Her parents toured the country in a christian 80's rock band when she was 3. Jessica discovered her love for music at a very early age using it as a pathway for expression. However, she didn't begin a career in music until much later in her life.  "Music was always there for me. It gave me a way to express myself without judgement. I could sing a song and connect with it. At the same time, I watch people in the crowd connect with it for different reasons. That is the beauty of music, it connects us all in so many ways."  Her debut single John Deere In The Headlights can be found on iTunes and Spotify and she is releasing her latest single Haunting Melody in the upcoming months.  

 

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No Limits Band
Mar
9
7:00 PM19:00

No Limits Band

Over 120 years of combined experience across many genres like Rhythm & Blues, Pop, Rock, Metal, Country, Latin, Rap, Dance performing popular cover music of TODAY'S TOP 40 HITS to the 70's. Our group was cemented together through a love of music and a passion for creating. Our music blends guitar, bass, electronic keyboard, percussion, drums, saxophone, trombone, trumpet and amazing vocals to create a unique sound. 

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Travelin Jed
Mar
15
7:00 PM19:00

Travelin Jed

TravelinJed is a Blues/Rock group made up of four young men that have been playing across DFW for the last two and half years! The youngest member is a 15 year old student at Booker T Washington for guitar performance and boy he can play! This is a group you do not want to miss out on if you like to have a good time!

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Texas Flood
Mar
16
7:00 PM19:00

Texas Flood

Texas Flood has become the premier Stevie Ray Vaughan tribute act in the nation. With guitarist Tommy Katona leading the way, they bring the raw high energy of music and stage presence that Stevie Ray himself had. They have had the privilege of traveling all over the country with their tribute act. It is not only a show, but a recreated experience of one of the greatest blues guitarists of all time. This is their loving tribute to the life and music of Stevie Ray Vaughan.

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Mo Robson
Mar
23
7:00 PM19:00

Mo Robson

Mo Robson is a Texas born singer/songwriter based in Dallas. 

He has been playing his brand of Honky-Tonk music on stages across Texas, Oklahoma, Louisiana and Arkansas since 1999 and has released four albums. 

His music can best be described as simple, gritty, hard drivin’ honky-tonk. His writing is straight ahead and honest, with recurring themes of life’s highs and lows as seen through the eyes of the workin’ man, often times with a lighter hearted view. Loving, leaving, scraping by and drinking are common subject matter that he draws from. 

Mo’s live shows pack a punch and get people dancing, drinking and singing along. He has played shows with many great artists along the way, opening for such acts as Billy Joe Shaver, Jason Boland and The Stragglers, Dale Watson, Asleep at The Wheel and David Allan Coe, at times playing well over 100 shows a year. 

Currently Mo is writing material for his upcoming fifth album which he plans to release in 2019. He is playing shows in his local region and hard at work to expand his touring range and begin making runs through the West, Midwest and Southeast regions. 

Mo’s music is available on iTunes, Amazon, CD Baby, Spotify, Pandora and other media outlets. 

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Chaz Marie
Mar
29
7:00 PM19:00

Chaz Marie

Anybody who has ever seen Chaz Marie live knows she’s the real deal. She sings from the depths of her soul. You will feel the raw emotion as she bears her naked emotional moments. Her sultry, smoky, raspy vocals and charming personality have earned her the reputation as a fresh alternative to the formulaic country artists. Her voice is a fusion of her musical influences in country, delta blues, R&B and rock and roll. A natural lyricist, she unabashedly reels you into a realm of sensual, sweet surrender. Not only does she deliver a powerhouse vocal performance, she is an Entertainer. She will have you grooving, moving and even laughing in the same song.

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Breaking Southwest
Mar
30
7:00 PM19:00

Breaking Southwest

Much like the melting pot that is the Dallas/Ft. Worth area of Texas from which they hail, Kent Bell, Kyle Gaston, and Lauren Hall became an unlikely trio aptly named - Breaking Southwest. This country group represents the Texas pride and tradition, as well as the unique culture and flavor of that region.  “Everyone knows we Texans are very proud of our history, and with both of those things being true, we want to try to both ‘break the mold’ of what of what might be considered traditionally Texan, as well as ‘break’ our sound out to as big an audience as we can find,” explains lead singer, Kent.

Kent grew up in the ‘Friday Night Lights’ scene, so sports were a way of life, and Kent excelled in football and baseball. But he also carved out time to help lead worship for his church youth group.  Back in North Texas, after captaining his college football team and finishing his degree, he rediscovered his love for music. Meanwhile, just across town, Lauren was studying classical violin in Arlington, TX, and followed her passion to The University of North Texas.  She honed her craft: playing over 500 weddings, teaching lessons and playing in pop orchestras.  It was the freedom of the style she played in the pop orchestras that drew her to the fiddle. Nurse/Firefighter/SuperMan Kyle, who would secretly order rock albums from a catalogue that were banned in his conservative home, started playing guitar at 14. After college Kent and Kyle met through mutual friends, and a few writing sessions into their introduction realized they had similar styles. The duo started playing local bars and clubs and then met their fiddle/harmony soulmate, Lauren, two years ago. 

In 2015 the trio won the inaugural Cumulus NASH Next artist development competition after an extensive series of challenges that allowed the contenders to showcase their musical and creative talents. This included a cover song performance, multiple songwriting competitions, the creation of an original Instagram video, a PicCollage project and a fully produced original music video. The winner from the nationwide talent search was decided based on a combination of feedback from the music industry judges, online fan voting and an original “Spin Index” of social media activity. Breaking Southwest competed against over 2,000 entrants which narrowed to 10 finalist in the final round of competition in front of judges including producer James Stroud, artist and radio personality Kix Brooks, and Cumulus’ Sr. VP of Content and Programming Mike McVay.  In October, BMLG president/CEO/founder Scott Borchetta was named as a surprise mentor.  As the competition winner, the band received a deal with Nash/Big Machine and digitally released “Ghost Town” in March 2016.

The three singer/songwriters loaded up and moved to Nashville earlier this year to continue the momentum in their musical journey.  “Our idea of success is constantly evolving,” says Kent.  “We are working hard on our songwriting, and we’re rehearsing like crazy.  The NASH Next win opened many doors for us, but when we decide to release new music we want it all to be there, the show, the vocals, the songwriting, the musicianship.”  Breaking Southwest delivers a power-packed show filled with original tunes, unique covers, and lots of energy. www.breakingsouthwest.com

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Big City Outlaws
Apr
5
7:00 PM19:00

Big City Outlaws

Texas music scene. Big City Outlaws is a special event party band, playing the top hits spanning all the years of rockin' country western music. From good old Willie Nelson and Johnny Cash classics to the newest Top 40 country of Carrie Underwood, Miranda Lambert, Blake Shelton, Luke Bryan, & Kenny Chesney to name a few. The band mixes it up with some classic rock from Journey, Poison, and Bon Jovi. Even a little pop music from Bruno Mars, Meghan Trainer, Chainsmokers are just a small sample of the large catalog of songs the band can perform. The vocalists and screaming fiddle make this band second to none.


www.bigcityoutlawsband.com

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More Cowbell
Apr
12
7:00 PM19:00

More Cowbell

Playing venues around Dallas / Fort Worth for over 10 years, More Cowbell is a local band that is a guaranteed great time. If you love classic rock covers from the 70s, 80s and 90s, with a few country tunes and disco hits thrown in, you will love this band! Just bring your dancing shoes and be ready to sing-along!

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Hightower
Apr
26
7:00 PM19:00

Hightower

Hightower is a five piece Texi-Cali band with heavy influences of Soul, Rock, and peppered with a little country. Based in the Dallas/Fort Worth area, Dark, sultry, and campy in nature, every member in the band has performed extensively throughout the U.S. Their musical muses are many and include Amy Winehouse, Sheryl Crow, and Duffy.

Hightower's recently released debut album is entitled Echo Spring. This lyrics-driven debut is directly inspired by Olivia Laing's book, "Trip to Echo Spring" and explores the commonalities between the word weavers Hemingway, Tennessee Williams and F. Scott Fitzgerald.

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Manny Trevino
Feb
14
6:00 PM18:00

Manny Trevino

Manny Trevino is a singer songwriter based out of North Texas. Born and raised in Amarillo, Texas, Manny began playing bass guitar at the tender age of six and picked up the 6-string at 10 years. He began playing in local venues alongside his brother and sister under the band name “Little Texas” while still in elementary school.

Manny’s first album was self-produced and recorded under the band name, Aschere. His sophomore release was entitled, “broken”, and was co-produced and recorded with the direction of Pearl Snap Records and Dark Horse Management.

His current material is considered to be an Americana-Folk-Texas Country vibe. He is currently recording his third album with a band he assembled called, Manny & the Gringoderos. You can catch Manny at your local hole-in-the-wall pub playing solo acoustic on any given night of the week, at singer songwriter showcases around North Texas or with the full band opening for the likes of Stoney LaRue, Casey Donahew as well as many other prominent Texas Country acts.

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Bent Creek
Feb
9
7:00 PM19:00

Bent Creek

Bent Creek is a  "An extremely talented concoction of seasoned and salty musicians"  from the Sherman/Denison area.  Comprised of both active and retired school teachers, coaches and a cattle rancher, their sets range from Bob Wills to Lynyrd Skynyd. The band started out of a mutual love for 1970s country/rock.  After a few months of jamming and picking for fun, their sound began to gel and Bent Creek was formed. 

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Van Gogh's Ear
Feb
2
7:00 PM19:00

Van Gogh's Ear

Van Gogh's Ear plays the best in current and classic rock and roll for clubs, corporate events, private parties, charitable events and community festivals throughout North Texas.  They pack a tremendous amount of energy and fun into every show, blending tunes that can pack the dance floor and rock the house.

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Big City Outlaws
Feb
1
7:00 PM19:00

Big City Outlaws

Texas music scene. Big City Outlaws is a special event party band, playing the top hits spanning all the years of rockin' country western music. From good old Willie Nelson and Johnny Cash classics to the newest Top 40 country of Carrie Underwood, Miranda Lambert, Blake Shelton, Luke Bryan, & Kenny Chesney to name a few. The band mixes it up with some classic rock from Journey, Poison, and Bon Jovi. Even a little pop music from Bruno Mars, Meghan Trainer, Chainsmokers are just a small sample of the large catalog of songs the band can perform. The vocalists and screaming fiddle make this band second to none.


www.bigcityoutlawsband.com

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Mo Robson
Jan
26
7:00 PM19:00

Mo Robson

Mo Robson is a Texas born singer/songwriter based in Dallas. 

He has been playing his brand of Honky-Tonk music on stages across Texas, Oklahoma, Louisiana and Arkansas since 1999 and has released four albums. 

His music can best be described as simple, gritty, hard drivin’ honky-tonk. His writing is straight ahead and honest, with recurring themes of life’s highs and lows as seen through the eyes of the workin’ man, often times with a lighter hearted view. Loving, leaving, scraping by and drinking are common subject matter that he draws from. 

Mo’s live shows pack a punch and get people dancing, drinking and singing along. He has played shows with many great artists along the way, opening for such acts as Billy Joe Shaver, Jason Boland and The Stragglers, Dale Watson, Asleep at The Wheel and David Allan Coe, at times playing well over 100 shows a year. 

Currently Mo is writing material for his upcoming fifth album which he plans to release in 2019. He is playing shows in his local region and hard at work to expand his touring range and begin making runs through the West, Midwest and Southeast regions. 

Mo’s music is available on iTunes, Amazon, CD Baby, Spotify, Pandora and other media outlets. 

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Manny Trevino Band
Jan
19
7:00 PM19:00

Manny Trevino Band

Manny Trevino is a singer songwriter based out of North Texas. Born and raised in Amarillo, Texas, Manny began playing bass guitar at the tender age of six and picked up the 6-string at 10 years. He began playing in local venues alongside his brother and sister under the band name “Little Texas” while still in elementary school.

Manny’s first album was self-produced and recorded under the band name, Aschere. His sophomore release was entitled, “broken”, and was co-produced and recorded with the direction of Pearl Snap Records and Dark Horse Management.

His current material is considered to be an Americana-Folk-Texas Country vibe. He is currently recording his third album with a band he assembled called, Manny & the Gringoderos. You can catch Manny at your local hole-in-the-wall pub playing solo acoustic on any given night of the week, at singer songwriter showcases around North Texas or with the full band opening for the likes of Stoney LaRue, Casey Donahew as well as many other prominent Texas Country acts.

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Haywire
Jan
18
7:00 PM19:00

Haywire

Haywire is the Texas' newest country band.  With over 50 combined years of experience and a song repertoire of over 700 country, top 40, and rock hits, Haywire guarantees you the best night ever. Comprised of some of Dallas' most talented musicians, Jason Ashley, Shonna Bonds, Phillip Bradley, Colin Alexander, Billy McCoy, and Bobby B, Haywire has opened for and played along side national acts such as Rascal Flatts, Leann Rimes, LeAnn Womack, Aaron Tippin, Rick Springfield, Trace Atkins, Bryan White, just to name a few. 

 

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Hightower
Jan
5
7:00 PM19:00

Hightower

Hightower is a five piece Texi-Cali band with heavy influences of Soul, Rock, and peppered with a little country. Based in the Dallas/Fort Worth area, Dark, sultry, and campy in nature, every member in the band has performed extensively throughout the U.S. Their musical muses are many and include Amy Winehouse, Sheryl Crow, and Duffy.

Hightower's recently released debut album is entitled Echo Spring. This lyrics-driven debut is directly inspired by Olivia Laing's book, "Trip to Echo Spring" and explores the commonalities between the word weavers Hemingway, Tennessee Williams and F. Scott Fitzgerald.

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Kaleb McIntire
Jan
4
7:00 PM19:00

Kaleb McIntire

Landing hard after the success of his 2012 album SCARS, Kaleb fielded offers from several major labels. Unwilling to give up his vision for what his next record should be, he turned down offers and set out to blaze his own path in the country music business. To do so he had to step back, take time to develop his sound, and find the perfect team to bring his vision to reality. It wouldn’t be a quick process. It would take two years.  Teaming up with Texas guitarist Bryant Hunter the two started writing new music and developing a sound that was brand new and hauntingly familiar at the same time.  During this time Kaleb’s first top 30 single, “Redneck In All of Us” had become so popular in Europe that the band decided a European tour was in order. So they packed up their axes and headed to Western Europe playing sold out venues like Billy Bob’s Country Western Saloon in Marne­la­Vallee France.  Fresh off the European tour and with a newfound appreciation for where his music could go, Kaleb enlisted the help of Nashville producer Heath Owen, son of legendary ALABAMA front man Randy Owen. They went to work refining the sound Kaleb and Bryant had forged and injecting influences from the likes of Elvis Presley and George Strait.

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More Cowbell
Dec
31
6:00 PM18:00

More Cowbell

Playing venues around Dallas / Fort Worth for over 10 years, More Cowbell is a local band that is a guaranteed great time. If you love classic rock covers from the 70s, 80s and 90s, with a few country tunes and disco hits thrown in, you will love this band! Just bring your dancing shoes and be ready to sing-along!

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Tanner Fenoglio Band
Dec
29
7:00 PM19:00

Tanner Fenoglio Band

Nocona, TX native singer/songwriter Tanner Fenoglio is coming up on entering a new chapter in his life. One that has been in the making from the time he first picked up that sunburst ibanez acoustic guitar in high school. He has spent the last year in and out of the studio in Ft Worth working with a group of uber-talented musicians and producers to bring his songs to life. When asked about his upcoming EP and the long hours that he has put into making this dream a reality he simply says, “It’s time.” 

www.tannerfmusic.com

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Bent Creek
Dec
27
6:00 PM18:00

Bent Creek

Bent Creek is a  "An extremely talented concoction of seasoned and salty musicians"  from the Sherman/Denison area.  Comprised of both active and retired school teachers, coaches and a cattle rancher, their sets range from Bob Wills to Lynyrd Skynyd. The band started out of a mutual love for 1970s country/rock.  After a few months of jamming and picking for fun, their sound began to gel and Bent Creek was formed. 

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Folk Angel w/ Robbie Seay & Lauren Chandler
Dec
23
6:00 PM18:00

Folk Angel w/ Robbie Seay & Lauren Chandler

When it starts to get cold outside, you can rest assured that Folk Angel will be tucked away in the studio preparing new rearrangements of traditional Christmas songs just in time for the Holiday season. Through their unique creative styling of merging acoustic folky instrumentations, digital synthesizers and dynamic vocal harmonies, they attempt to retell the Gospel story that illuminates all things. Formed in 2009, band members Jeff Capps, Caleb Carruth, Hunter Hall and Isaac Wimberely have become a musical staple of the Christmas season. www.folkangel.com

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The Poor Kings
Dec
21
7:00 PM19:00

The Poor Kings

The Poor Kings are comprised of seasoned and nationally award winning singer/songwriter/performers from a mix of several genres of music.  Although drawn together by music, our members have fostered lifelong friendships with over a decade of playing time together. The end result is a smooth, tight and energetic sound with fantastic chemistry and stage presence.  

The band blends all of this experience into dynamic and diverse sets for their audiences.  The sets include original compositions with tasteful and thoughtful renditions of famous covers* that get folks moving and reminiscing.  The Poor Kings refuse to be a “jukebox” of unimpressive attempts at a decade’s “top 25 hits” list.  Instead, they perform to achieve a memorable and enjoyable experience for their listeners.  

 

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Suburban Legend
Dec
20
6:00 PM18:00

Suburban Legend

Suburban Legend is a 3 and sometimes 4 piece rock and pop band, that has been playing and entertaining in the Dallas/Metroplex for over 9 years. It’s members are all current or former members of many of Dallas’s hottest bands, including:
 Emerald City,  LImelight,  Good Question,  The Flavours,  Metal Shop,  Passing Strangers,  Dream On,  Party Machine  and others.

The bands songlist is comprised of literally hundreds of all your favorite classic rock, pop and also may slower acoustic and R& B flavored  tunes for a more subdued set if needed.

The band uses talent, a combined 90 years of experience and the best in current gear and technology to put on a fantastic, great sounding show.  

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Gary Kyle
Dec
15
7:00 PM19:00

Gary Kyle

Born into to a big family headed by musical parents, a very young Gary was scratching out lyrics from the time he could put pen to paper. His urgency to write was a constant companion captaining him through a life infused with rich homemade love, personal family tragedy and a deep respect for the time allotted us in this life. Growing up just outside of Houston, Texas, he did his best to meet all the requirements that would make him a strong, well-rounded young man; did well in school, went to college where he got some of his best songwriting done while sitting in class, even got a sales job accompanied by a big devoted paycheck. Yet nothing gave him the peace he found in creating music, a beckoning that rose above the cacophony of a “responsible life.” The stage had been calling for years, and he finally answered. Gary and his guitar played over 250 shows that first year and had his first full length album “Livin’” to show for it. The following year, he phased in a fiercely skilled backing band, and within six months went from a brand new act to headliner around his neck of the woods. The course had been set, and Gary was headed towards his true north. 

Over the next few years, Gary Kyle released two more studio projects, the full length album “Turn This Life Around” in 2011 and his latest EP “Texas Strong” in 2014. Combined all three released brought in four Top 30 singles on the Texas music charts including “Texas Strong,” the theme song for the nationally syndicated TV show “Lone Star Roads” with host and revered radio programmer, Justin Frazell. A growing demand for his live show kept him on the road for the most part of each month and he was honored to have the opportunity to share stages with alumni artists including John Michael Montgomery and Tanya Tucker. While Gary’s live show echoes his deep roots in Texas and the storied music scene that thrives there, his writing style is the seasoned recipe found largely in the music city of Nashville. It’s this kind of 50/50 concoction that removes all regional borders leaving Gary free to move about the “country.” It’s also the basis for his decision to release in his brand new album in halves.

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Texas Flood
Dec
14
7:00 PM19:00

Texas Flood

Texas Flood has become the premier Stevie Ray Vaughan tribute act in the nation. With guitarist Tommy Katona leading the way, they bring the raw high energy of music and stage presence that Stevie Ray himself had. They have had the privilege of traveling all over the country with their tribute act. It is not only a show, but a recreated experience of one of the greatest blues guitarists of all time. This is their loving tribute to the life and music of Stevie Ray Vaughan.

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The Culdesac Kids
Dec
13
6:00 PM18:00

The Culdesac Kids

Collin Hauser is a singer/songwriter who blends folk, blues, jazz and pop with skillful guitar textures and a truly unique voice. He has toured with artists like Cas Haley and was nominated for two Grammy Awards for his participation in the UNT One O’clock Lab Band in 2009.

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Pat Waters
Dec
1
7:00 PM19:00

Pat Waters

He started out playing at VFW’s, opry’s and small clubs, wooing the hearts of country music fans across the Southwest. He’s shared the stage with country legends including Merle Haggard, John Conlee, Johnny Bush, Gary Stewart, Keith Whitley, Gary P. Nunn and many others.

With nine critically-acclaimed CD’s, Pat has made Texas Music Charts’ Top 20 multiple times and even scored a #1 hit in the European market that earned him the Terry Award’s Male Vocalist of the Year Award in Texas.

Pat is a Bridgeport, Texas native. He is also a husband, father, best-friend and a role model to all who know him and prides himself in keeping his fans out on the dance floor all night long!

www.patwaters.com

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Manny Trevino Band
Nov
30
7:00 PM19:00

Manny Trevino Band

Manny Trevino is a singer songwriter based out of North Texas. Born and raised in Amarillo, Texas, Manny began playing bass guitar at the tender age of six and picked up the 6-string at 10 years. He began playing in local venues alongside his brother and sister under the band name “Little Texas” while still in elementary school.

Manny’s first album was self-produced and recorded under the band name, Aschere. His sophomore release was entitled, “broken”, and was co-produced and recorded with the direction of Pearl Snap Records and Dark Horse Management.

His current material is considered to be an Americana-Folk-Texas Country vibe. He is currently recording his third album with a band he assembled called, Manny & the Gringoderos. You can catch Manny at your local hole-in-the-wall pub playing solo acoustic on any given night of the week, at singer songwriter showcases around North Texas or with the full band opening for the likes of Stoney LaRue, Casey Donahew as well as many other prominent Texas Country acts.

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