IMPORTANT NOTE

Due to continued issues with my arm, I will not be doing links in The PartyList. All promos will be done through Twitter.
Thank you for understanding. CountryBlessings!

Thursday, February 25, 2016

TURNTABLE TUESDAY - SPECIAL EDITION - Real Country - Gene Watson


When the latest album by Gene Watson drops today (Friday, February 26, 2016), you will clearly see why he has been recording and touring for over fifty years. The rich, sultry tone to his voice still entrances his female audiences while being the true gentleman with whom guys can identify. 

Reminiscent of the classic country many of us still remember, REAL COUNTRY MUSIC (produced by Dirk Johnson) delivers a magical thirteen tracks to keep you on a dance floor with that special someone or snuggling in front of a fire with a good bottle of wine. 

Enough of You (Kris Kristofferson) starts out with a strings background that leads into the true Texas sound, taking us back to his roots as we waltz into an incredible album.  When A Man Can't Get A Woman Off His Mind (Bill Anderson/ Sharon Vaughn is like the next stepping stone along this path of classic country. And the stones continue into Help Me (Larry Gatlin) and the remaining ten songs including Couldn't Love Have Picked A Better Place to Die? (Bucky Jones/ Curly Putnam),  A Girl I Used to Know (David Ball), Bitter They Are, The Harder They Fall (Larry Gatlin), Ramblin' Rose (Joe Sherman/ Noel Sherman), A Bridge That Just Won't Burn (Jim McBride/ Roger Murrah), Ashes to Ashes (Joe Chambers/ Larry Jenkins/ Mark Sherrill), Old Loves Never Die (Dave Kirby/ Warren Rob), She Never Got Me Over You (Hank Cochran/ Dean Dillon/ Keith Whitley), All My Tomorrows (Nat Stuckey), and I'll Find It Where I Can (Michael Clark/ Zack Van Arsdale). For anyone who knows anything about true country music, you can see from the line-up these songs are from cream of the crop songwriters. Gene Watson and his team have picked the best of the best to represent REAL COUNTRY MUSIC.

Since his first appearance on the music scene in 1975 with Love In A Hot Afternoon, Gene Watson has put over 75 titles on the charts - including 23 Top Tens and six #1s. He has been inducted into the Texas Music Hall of Fame (2002) and an inaugural inductee of the Houston, Texas Music Hall of Fame (2013). His music has not only topped the charts but been featured in movie soundtracks such as Any Which Way You Can. Country Music Hall of Fame included two of Gene Watson's songs on their '500 Greatest Country Songs' collection (2002)

For those of us who crave the simplistic story of complicated relationships served with a delicious melody, Gene Watson delivers in REAL COUNTRY MUSIC.

I'm tipping my hat:




You can keep up with Gene Watson in the following locations:
WEBSITE   FB  TWITTER  FAN-SITE  Tour Dates can be found on his website and here on Thursdays  - The Party List

THE PARTY LIST - February 25 - March 2


Note: Please remember to check with the venue as to whether or not there is a cover charge or ticket required for the shows you plan to attend. Also, some venues have an age restriction. I have provided links to the venues when possible, making it easy for you to check it out.

Not all events take place in Texas. With that in mind I will begin listing them not only by day but by TEXAS and ON THE ROAD. With that in mind…

Let’s Get This Party STARTED!

TEXAS
Thursday – 25
Scott TaylorBandVictoria Livestock Show – Victoria – 8 p.m.
                        Beer Garden
Mike Blakely - Ft. Stockton Civic Center - Ft. Stockton - 7 p.m.
       Library Fundraiser



Friday – 26
     Sul Ross State University - Alpine
       Mike Blakely  among those participating
Asleep atthe WheelFloore’s – Helotes –
Cody JoeHodgesSalt Lick BBQ – Driftwood
            Acoustic
Zach CoffeyBeer Garden – Midland – 8 p.m.
Tessy LouAustin Bergstrom Airport – Austin – 3 p.m.
TerriHendrixSuperfly’s – San Marcos – 6:30 p.m.
                 Project 5 Album Release & Party for
                             LOVE YOU STRONG
Rumor TownSan Antonio Stock & Rodeo – San Antonio – 8 p.m.


Saturday – 27
WhiskeyMyersFloore’s – Helotes –
TerriHendrixStrange Brew – Austin – 7 p.m.
            /w Lloyd Maines
                  Project 5 Album Release & Party for
                             LOVE YOU STRONG
Cody JoeHodgesLivestock & Rodeo – San Antonio
SaintsElevenDiamonds & Denim – Garrett – 9 p.m.
Susan Gibson – Los Encinos House Concerts – Wimberley – 6 p.m.
            Email: jpo@susangibson.com for Details
PaulineReeseSaxon Pub – Austin – 6 p.m.
            Full Band!
Kevin FowlerBanita Creek Hall – Nacogdoches –


Sunday – 28
Tessy LouPoodie’s – Spicewood – 4 p.m.


Monday – 29
W.C. Jameson & George Ensle - Poodie's - Spicewood - 6:30 p.m.
       Steak Night!



Tuesday – Mar. 1
Dave Thomas - T-Bone Tom's - Kemah - 6 p.m.



Wednesday – 2
Jaryd Lane Redneck Country Club – Stafford –
Scott TaylorBandMoonshine Drinkery – Victoria – 8 p.m.



ON THE ROAD
Thursday – 25
Josh AbbottBandGeorge’s Majestic – Fayetteville AR –
MarcBroussard – The Hall MP – Brooklyn NY
Terri Clark – Idaho State University – Pocatello ID
Dave Thomas - The Last Lift - Keystone CO


Friday – 26
LorrieMorgan – Horseshoe Casino – Bossier City LA
            Country Unplugged Tour
            /w Joe Diffie & Mark Chesnutt
MarcBroussardThe World Café – Philadelphia PA



Saturday – 27
Ragged UnionConor O’Neill’s – Boulder CO
RonnieMcDowellMy Time Café – Portland TN
RhondaVincentOrange Blossom Opry – Weirsdale FL


Sunday – 28
BillAndersonOrange Blossom Opry – Weirsdale FL
Marc Broussard Mohegan Sun – Uncasville CT


Monday – 29


Tuesday – Mar. 1
NO Shows Found


Wednesday – 2
            Mary Stuart Rogers Theater


THE PARTY LIST - February 25 - March 2



Note: Please remember to check with the venue as to whether or not there is a cover charge or ticket required for the shows you plan to attend. Also, some venues have an age restriction. I have provided links to the venues when possible, making it easy for you to check it out.
Not all events take place in Texas. With that in mind I will begin listing them not only by day but by TEXAS and ON THE ROAD. With that in mind…

Let’s Get This Party STARTED!

TEXAS
Thursday – 25
Scott Taylor Band – Victoria Livestock Show – Victoria – 8 p.m.
                        Beer Garden


Friday – 26
Asleep at the Wheel – Floore’s – Helotes –
Cameran Nelson – Houston Rodeo BBQ Cook- Off – Houston
Scott Taylor Band – Houston Rodeo BBQ Cook- off – Houston – 7 p.m.
Kevin Fowler – Houston Rodeo BBQ Cook- off – Houston -
Cody Joe Hodges – Salt Lick BBQ – Driftwood
            Acoustic
Zach Coffey – Beer Garden – Midland – 8 p.m.
Tessy Lou – Austin Bergstrom Airport – Austin – 3 p.m.
Terri Hendrix – Superfly’s – San Marcos – 6:30 p.m.
                 Project 5 Album Release & Party for
                             LOVE YOU STRONG
Rumor Town – San Antonio Stock & Rodeo – San Antonio – 8 p.m.

  
Saturday – 27
Whiskey Myers – Floore’s – Helotes –
Terri Hendrix – Strange Brew – Austin – 7 p.m.
            /w Lloyd Maines
                  Project 5 Album Release & Party for
                             LOVE YOU STRONG
Cody Joe Hodges – Livestock & Rodeo – San Antonio
Richie Albright – Ransom’s Steakhouse – Montgomery
Saints Eleven – Denim & Diamonds – Garrett – 9 p.m.
Susan Gibson – Los Encinos House Concerts – Wimberley – 6 p.m.
            Email: jpo@susangibson.com for Details
Pauline Reese – Saxon Pub – Austin – 6 p.m.
            Full Band!
Kevin Fowler – Banita Creek Hall – Nacogdoches –


 Sunday – 28
Tessy Lou – Poodie’s – Spicewood – 4 p.m.


Monday – 29


Tuesday – Mar. 1
Jack Nelson - Ransom’s Steakhouse -

Wednesday – 2
Jaryd Lane – Redneck Country Club – Stafford –
Scott Taylor Band – Moonshine Drinkery – Victoria – 8 p.m.
Davin James - Puffabelly's - Spring 
       / Owen Temple



ON THE ROAD
Thursday – 25
Josh Abbott Band – George’s Majestic – Fayetteville AR –
Marc Broussard – The Hall MP – Brooklyn NY
Terri Clark – Idaho State University – Pocatello ID
Chuck Hawthorne - Brewskees West Sports Bar - O'Fallon MO
         with Libby Koch



Friday – 26
Lorrie Morgan – Horseshoe Casino – Bossier City LA
            Country Unplugged Tour
            /w Joe Diffie & Mark Chesnutt
Turnpike Troubadours – Tumbleweed Dancehall – Stillwater OK
Marc Broussard – The World Café – Philadelphia PA
Terri Clark – Cactus Pete’s Resort Casino Gala Showroom – Jackpot NV
Martina McBride – Beau Rivage Theatre – Biloxi MS
Chuck Hawthorne - Sullivan's - Bellville IL
        /w Libby Koch, Hunter Peebles



 Saturday – 27
Ragged Union – Conor O’Neill’s – Boulder CO
Ronnie McDowell – My Time Café – Portland TN
Rhonda Vincent – Orange Blossom Opry – Weirsdale FL



Sunday – 28
Bill Anderson – Orange Blossom Opry – Weirsdale FL
Marc Broussard – Mohegan Sun – Uncasville CT



Monday – 29
Terri Clark – Del E. Webb Center for the Performing Arts – Wickenburg AZ


Tuesday – Mar. 1
The Gatlin Brothers - Grand Ole Opry - Nashville TN


Wednesday – 2
Terri Clark – Gallo Center for the Arts – Modesto CA
            Mary Stuart Rogers Theater


Wednesday, February 24, 2016

REVIEW WEDNESDAY - Around the Table - Martina McBride

Co-written with Katherine Cobbs

I will be the first to admit I do NOT need yet another cookbook. Yet when I spotted this in my local library I had to bring the book home. AROUND THE TABLE- Recipes and Inspiration for Gatherings Throughout the Year  is not your average cookbook. Martina McBride offers up so much more than appetizer recipes and the perfect dinner.  There is more to Martina than a beautiful voice. She has been entertaining in more ways than one her whole life.

The script in the dedication alone tells you the contents offer more than dinner for the family. There is an elegance to the contents between the cover. While she offers great tips for hosting the perfect dinner party, she also shares simple decorating tips using things you have around the house.

Did you know there are twelve key things to remember when hosting a party? Martina walks you through from envisioning the concept of what you want the meal to portray, through step by step planning and how to work with what you have in your pantry for those 'unexpected' occasions. She simplifies how to avoid the last minute crunch by showing you how to incorporate a planning timeline.

Are you confused about which wine pairs with what you plan to serve? Martina has you covered with 'Wine and Food Pairing 101'

With the basics out of the way, she shares sample party scenarios, complete with a menu, music playlist, decor and complete recipes for the menu. Her Gingersnap cheesecake had my attention.

Martina gets her ideas from everywhere. Downtime on tour, you will find her perusing magazines to see what's trending or scrolling through Pinterest.

And if you hurry... the publisher has set a special price of $12.99 - down from the $29.99 cover price. I'm off to order my own copy now.

I'm tipping AROUND THE TABLE:



Martine McBride, a Kansas native who made her debut on the charts in 1992, has earned a string of hits across twelve albums, including "Blessed", Independence Day" and "Concrete Angel". To date she has a tie for the most Country Music Association Female Vocalist of the Year Awards with four wins, has been named Academy of Country Music Top Female Vocalist three times, and has been nomianted for fourteen Grammy Awards. She lives in Nashville, Tennesse, with her husband and three daughters.

Katherine Cobbs left her job at National Geographic for culinary school on the West Coast in order to combine her love of food with her passion for writing. For two decades, she has written and developed recipes for magazines and books, collaborating with the prestigious James Beard Award winners. She resides in Birmingham, Alabama with her husband and three daughters (like Martina)


Tuesday, February 23, 2016

TURNTABLE TUESDAY - My Turn - Tanya Tucker




In her newest CD release, MY TURN, Tanya Tucker is proving while she may have been quiet for the past several years she was not down for the count. As covered in a recent interview with Dan Rather, Tanya Tucker has had her share of personal issues to deal with. Like the true artist she is, Tanya chose to handle those matters in private. Now she's back with classic material done her way... songs she grew up listening to by artists who inspired her as a young girl from Seminole TX.

As I sat listening to the album one thing struck me over and over. Blessed. Tanya's career has been  blessed numerous times both by the people who've inspired and stood beside her through good and bad and by the success that led her through those times. While not everything came up roses for Tanya, she had the guts and the determination to do what she does best - sing and entertain.  MY TURN, full of songs that portray ups and downs, is Tanya Tucker's bounce back. And she's coming back with a vengeance.

She had me with track one - Wine Me Up. A Faron Young classic that has always been a favorite of mine. I knew Faron and to this day the strains of his songs bring back fond memories. That's what you want the classic songs to do... to take you back to those special moments.

The memories continue with Lovesick Blues (Hank Williams), Love's Gonna Live Here (with Jim Lauderdale), Crazy Arms (Ray Price), After the Fire is Gone (Loretta Lynn), Is Anybody Goin' to San Antone? (Charlie Pride), A Thousand Ways (Lefty Frizzell), Big Big Love (Eddie Miller ?), Walk Through This World With Me (George Jones), Oh, Lonesome Me (Don Gibson), You Don't Know Me (Eddy Arnold), and Ramblin Fever (Merle Haggard).

I felt as if this were a album to honor where she came from, who she still is as an artist. While still packin' her sassiness, Tanya Tucker is as traditional as they come and a strong reminder that as long as you stay true to who you are, everything else is just part of life. Deal with the stuff, shove it in a closet, whatever... then pick yourself up and do what you do best.

For tradition and memories, I'm tipping my hat:




And I'll leave you with this video of Big, Big Love, courtesy of SagauroRoadRecords:



You can keep up with Tanya Tucker on the following Social Media sites:

WEBSITE
FB
TWITTER
INSTAGRAM
SPOTIFY
iTUNES




Thursday, February 18, 2016

THE PARTY LIST - February 18-24


Note: Please remember to check with the venue as to whether or not there is a cover charge or ticket required for the shows you plan to attend. Also, some venues have an age restriction. I have provided links to the venues when possible, making it easy for you to check it out.

Not all events take place in Texas. With that in mind I will begin listing them not only by day but by TEXAS and ON THE ROAD. With that in mind…

Let’s Get This Party STARTED!

TEXAS
Thursday – 18
Jeff PoseyCrossfire Steakhouse – Hamilton – 7-9 p.m.
            Special Guest: Mike Blakely
CameranNelsonWild West – Cedar Park
TerriHendrixTexas Tech University – Lubbock – Noon
            Celebrating Musical Heritage of the South Plains
Scott TaylorBandFirehouse Saloon – Houston – 9 p.m.


Friday – 19
Dave ThomasBleachers Sports Grill – Garland – 9 p.m.
ZaneWilliamsMidnight Rodeo – San Angelo – 10:30 p.m.
T. G.SheppardDosey Doe’s – The Woodlands –
CameranNelsonFloore’s – Helotes
Mike Blakely - Anderson Fair - Houston - 8:45 p.m.


  
Saturday – 20
ZaneWilliamsWild West – Lubbock – 10:30 p.m.
CameranNelsonFredricksburg Trade Days – Fredricksburg - Noon
CameranNelsonRiverside Bar – Blanco – 9 p.m.
Cody JoeHodgesChuters – Pasadena
Zach CoffeyLove and War – Plano – 10 p.m.
Tessy LouMercer Street Dance Hall – Dripping Springs – 9:30 p.m.
TerriHendrixThe Live Oak Music Hall & Lounge – Ft. Worth – 8 p.m.
            /w Lloyd Maines
                    Project 5 Album Release & Party for
                             LOVE YOU STRONG
Scott TaylorBand Schroeder Hall – Victoria – 8 p.m.
Rumor TownWatering Hole Saloon – New Braunfels – 8:30 p.m.
Mike Blakely - Outrigger Event Center - Palacios - 7:30 p.m.
                Buffet Dinner 6:30 p.m.



Sunday – 21
            Acoustic
Tessy LouPoodie’s – Spicewood – 4 p.m.
Susan GibsonHoney Creek House Concerts – Celina – 4 p.m.


Monday – 22
Cody JoeHodges West End Elixir – College Station


Tuesday – 23
      Video-taping of Songwriters Across Texas
Mike Blakely - Burger Burger - Fredricksburg - 6-8 p.m.


Wednesday – 24
Zach CoffeyHouston Street – Ft. Worth – 9 p.m.
Scott TaylorBandMoonshine Drinkery – Victoria – 8 p.m.



  
ON THE ROAD
Thursday – 18
Terri ClarkRollie’s – Sauk Rapids MI
Tanya Tucker - Hard Rock Rocksino - Northfield Park - Cleveland OH



Friday – 19
WilliamClark GreenWormy Dog Saloon – OK City – OK
            /w Red Shahan

  
Saturday – 20
Kyle ParkWormy Dog Saloon – OK City OK
            /w Parker McCollum
Ragged UnionParker Schoolhouse – Parker CO
            Country Unplugged Show
            /w Joe Diffie and Mark Chesnutt


Sunday – 21
TurnpikeTroubadoursGeorge’s Majestic – Fayetteville AR
RonnieMcDowell Converse College – Spartanburg SC



Monday – 22


Tuesday – 23
LorrieMorganGrand Ole Opry – Nashville TN


Wednesday – 24
MarcBroussardThe Hamilton – Washington DC
Terri ClarkBeacon Club- Casper WY




Wednesday, February 17, 2016

REVIEW WEDNESDAY - Stars of the Rock 'n' Roll Highway - Victoria Micklish Pasmore




Take a trip back in time when music really got a party going with STARS of the ROCK ‘N’ ROLL HIGHWAY by Victoria Micklish Pasmore. Passmore’s research led her along U.S. Highway 67, officially designated Rock ‘n’ Roll Highway 67 by the Arkansas General Assembly in 2009. Stretching from Newport AR north to the Missouri border, the 111- mile route was once dotted with nightclubs, honky-tonks as well as school gyms and cafeterias where the first rock ‘n’ rollers staged their early performances and honed their skills in the 1950s and early ‘60s… the cusp of the Rockabilly era.

The publisher, Plum Street Publishes, took the direct approach, putting a name most young people will recognize as the lead story – Elvis Presley. Geared towards readers in grades 5-8, STARS of the ROCK ‘N’ ROLL HIGHWAY is a great read for those of us who remember names like Elvis Presley, Conway Twitty and Wanda Jackson. (Caution! I did have a link for Wanda Jackson's sight but got several security alerts. I am working with them to fix this and will provide a link when I know it is safe) While there were a lot more people Ms Pasmore could have included in her book, she focused on twenty, bringing the book to a quick read for any attention span. As I read the book, several thoughts went through my mind. First and foremost was how much musical history is right out my back door and I was not even aware. The other became a running list of names of people I knew who would enjoy this book as much as I was.

One thing I felt really set this book apart from others were the 'Did You Know' facts - five factoids - given at the end of each chapter.

STARS of the ROCK ‘N’ ROLL HIGHWAY is the perfect read for anyone. Whether you like music in general, grew up listening to Jerry LeeLewis, Carl Perkins or Charlie Rich, or enjoy history in any form. And if as an adult you want your children to learn about when you were their age, this is the perfect door to opening dialogue. Don’t wait until your gone for them to begin asking questions and receiving no answers. Introduce them to the magic now that was the ‘rock n roll highway’.

I’m tipping my hat:




About the Author:

Victoria Micklish Pasmore holds undergraduate degrees in Psychology and Art and master's degrees in Special Education and Rehabilitation Counseling. She has taught math, art, and special education to K-12 students for thirty years. A native Arkansan living in Mississippi and Wales, she is a world traveler and an enthusiastic fan of rockabilly and early rock 'n' roll music.


Tuesday, February 16, 2016

TURNTABLE TUESDAY - Letting Go... Slow - Lorrie Morgan


From the time Lorrie Morgan stepped on the Opry stage at the age of 13 she has been living what most would call 'the Dream'. Her first three albums as well as her Greatest Hits all went Platinum. She has also had three Gold albums. Country fans voted her TNN/Music City News Female Vocalist of the Year in 1994, 1996, 1997 and 1998! She continued her frantic recording pace steadily from 2002 - 2010. Her lavish Enchanted Christmas production played well at the Opryland Resort and onto the road in 2014. As if that were not enough to keep her busy, she has been touring with Pam Tillis for their Grits & Glamor tour. 

Lorrie sums her 'dream life' up best - 

I have been a daughter, a bride, a mother, a divorcee, a widow, a single mother, a grandmother, a breadwinner, and, ultimately  a survivor. it seems, in may ways, I am a living, breathing country song, and I know what I sing."

Lorrie Morgan is as country as they come. Her latest compilation - her first in five years - is no exception. In LETTING GOT... SLOW, she has kept the classic feel of the cover tunes while adding just a pinch of herself. A true tribute album that leaves you believing they all could have easily been Lorrie Morgan originals.

The twelve track album includes a mix of the Lorrie sass and grit we expect with a deeper sense of soul in classics like Strange, (Patsy Cline - written by Fred Burch and Mel Tillis), Ode to Billie Joe (Bobby Gentry),  Is It Raining At Your House (Vern Gosdin, Hank Cochran, Dean Dillon), I've Done Enough Dying Today (Larry Gatlin), and Lay Lady Lay (Bob Dylan). 

Slow (Ashlee Hewitt, Dean Sams, Onja rose), Spilt Milk (Kristina Train , James Hogarth, Francis White), Jesus & Hairspray (Katie Kessler, Donald Poythress), Lonely Whiskey (Paul Sikes, Jenifer Zuffinetti), What I'd Say (Robert Bellarmine Byrne, William Soule Robinson), and How Does It Feel (Mark Oliverius, Loretta Lynn Morgan, Kelly Lang) balance the album out, adding to nuances Lorrie Morgan and her producer, Richard Landis, wanted to bring out in this monumental album.

Lorrie says, "I didn't want this to be just another album. I wanted it to be something that really moved me... It was very important to me for this album to reflect the things that I am feeling today."

In my opinion, she has accomplished what she set out to do in true Lorrie Morgan fashion. The one word that kept coming to my mind as I listened to this album was 'MATURE'. While Lorrie's music has always been a 'grown -up' style, the over-all essence of Letting Go.. Slow is almost a therapeutic response to the pain she carries inside. I feel Lorrie Morgan has finally come to terms with everything life has thrown at her over the years and is truly letting go. Letting Go... Slow is a breath of fresh air. 

I am tipping my hat

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LETTING GO... SLOW released Febraury 12th. You can pick up your copy HERE.


Throwing back to one of my sister's favorite Lorrie Morgan tunes, here's a YouTube to get you snapping your fingers:




 You can catch up with Lorrie Morgan via her:


Her Tour Schedule is available on her Website and is featured frequently on my Thursday's blog post - The Party List 

Thursday, February 11, 2016

THE PARTY LIST - February 11 - 17



Note: Please remember to check with the venue as to whether or not there is a cover charge or ticket required for the shows you plan to attend. Also, some venues have an age restriction. I have provided links to the venues when possible, making it easy for you to check it out.

Not all events take place in Texas. With that in mind I will begin listing them not only by day but by TEXAS and ON THE ROAD. With that in mind…

Let’s Get This Party STARTED!


TEXAS
Thursday – 11
Dave ThomasT Bone Tom’s – Kemah – 6 p.m.
john ArthurmartinezBlue Corn Harvest – Cedar Park – 6:30 p.m.


Friday – 12
BellamyBrothers Floore’s – Helotes –
CameranNelsonThe Office – Lubbock
RichieAlbright Rodeo Nights – Perryton
Zach CoffeyLone Star Bar – Midland – 10 p.m.
Tessy LouFifi’s – San Angelo – 9:30 p.m.
Suzy BoggussCactus Theater – Lubbock – 8 p.m.
Kevin FowlerMidnight Rodeo – San Angelo –
john ArthurmartinezHondo’s On Main – Fredricksburg – 8 p.m.


Saturday – 13
Jon WolfeFloore’s – Helotes-
RichieAlbright Rodeo Nights – Perryton
SaintsElevenThe Rusty Cactus- Oakwood – 10 p.m.
Zach CoffeyMidland Beer Garden – Midland – 8 p.m.
Tessy LouGage Hotel – Marathon – 7 p.m.
TerriHendrixDosey Doe’s Café – Conroe – 8:30 p.m.
             /w Lloyd Maines
                    Project 5 Album Release & Party for
                             LOVE YOU STRONG
Suzy BoggussLove and War – Grapevine – 8 p.m.
Scott TaylorBandKC Hall – Shiner – 6 p.m.
Susan GibsonOlive Hill House Concert – Canyon Lake – 7 p.m.
john ArthurmartinezFiesta Winery – Lometa – 1 p.m.
       Love to the Rescue



Sunday – 14
Mike BlakelyPontotoc Weingarten – Fredricksburg – 3-5 p.m.
            /w Annie Blakely
Tessy LouPoodie’s – Spicewood – 4 p.m.
TerriHenrdix Rawhide Trail Concerts – Austin – 7 p.m.
             /w Lloyd Maines
Suzy BoggussDosey Doe’s Café – Conroe – 7:30 p.m.
Susan GibsonLive Oak Music Hall & Lounge – Ft. Worth – 6 p.m.
            /w Bobby Duncan


Monday -15
TerriHendrixTexas Tech University – Lubbock – Noon
            Celebrating Musical Heritage of the South Plains


Tuesday – 16
Mark AllanAtwoodPD’s Place – Gainesville – 10 p.m.
            Acoustic Song Swap
TerriHendrixTexas Tech University – Lubbock – Noon
            Celebrating Musical Heritage of the South Plains
john ArthurmartinezTrailblazer Grille – Burnet – 6:00 p.m.



Wednesday – 17
Mark AllanAtwoodThe Back Pork Grill – Grapevine – 7 p.m.
TerriHendrix Texas Tech University – Lubbock – Noon
            Celebrating Musical Heritage of the South Plains
Scott TaylorBandMoonshine Drinkery – Victoria – 8 p.m.
john Arthurmartinez On the Rocks – Cottonwood Shores – 7 p.m.




ON THE ROAD
Thursday – 11
Ragged UnionThe Bottleneck – Lawrence KS


Friday – 12
Ragged UnionThe Bootleg – St. Louis MO
ZaneWilliamsGilley’s – Durant OK – 10:30 p.m.
Robert EarlKeenThe Ready Room – St. Louis MO
Neal McCoyThe Roundup – Tampa FL


Saturday – 13
ZaneWilliamsWormy Dog Saloon – OK City OK- 11 p.m.
Ragged UnionSwamp n Grass – Elkhart Lake WI
LorrieMorganDownstream Casino – Quapaw OK
RonnieMcDowell – The Lodge at Blue Ridge Summit PA
Buddy CaseReno’s Argenta Café – N. Little Rock AR –
            /w Casey Sparks aka Six String Fling
Jaryd LaneCowboys – Lafayette LA – 9 p.m.
Terri ClarkOpry at the Ryman – Nashville TN
Neal McCoy – Fred Smith Rodeo Arena Amphitheater – Okeechobee FL


Sunday – 14
Valentine’s Day @ Wormy Dog Saloon! – Oklahoma City OK
Cody Canada & Mike McClure - 7:30 p.m.
            Special Guest: Dylan Stewart


Monday – 15
Oak RidgeBoys – Renaissance Performing Arts Center – Goodyear AZ
Wade BowenTumbleweed Dancehall – Stillwater OK


Tuesday – 16
Oak RidgeBoys – Renaissance Performing Arts Center – Goodyear AZ


Wednesday - 17
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