Spazmatic Time in Belton

On a cool Thursday night at Schoepfs Backyard in Belton, the usual cowboy hats were replaced by nerd glasses and 80’s fashion.  The crowds gathered for a journey back to the 80’s.  Austin band, The Spazmatics, were here.  Fans young…

Schoepfs ’18 – Shinyribs

ShinyRibs, along with opener Austin Meade, hit the Schoepf’s Backyard’s “Free Texas Music Series” stage  July 12th. A relatively mild summer night saw a good crowd gather for a night of BBQ, cold drinks, and the “Swamp Funk” sounds.  The…

Alan Jackson’s Honky Tonk Highway Winds Through CenTex

Saturday night, November 4th, the Bell County Expo Center hosted their final show of the 30th Anniversary Celebration Concert Series with multi-platinum, multi-award winning Alan Jackson, along with special guest, the award winning Jacksonville, Texas, native Lee Ann Womack.  CenTexFun.com…

The Warhorses

  Texas Country has become a huge genre of music.  Bands come and go every day.  For Austin-based band, The Warhorses, it seems that their road to success was littered with fate at almost every turn that kept them together.…

Rhett Miller – Alternative Country’s Shining Star

You should know who Rhett Miller is by now.  However, don’t feel bad if you don’t.  There is still time.  If fame were automatically given to those with songwriting talent, paying your dues, and entertaining crowds for years, Rhett would…

Clyde Abides

  These days, it’s hard to define what “Texas Country Music” really is.  It really began as a few singer/songwriters who shunned the trend of Nashville based record companies that were recording music for the masses.   As the revolution…

Kyle Park Proving What Goes Around Comes Around

Kyle Park could be the busiest man on the Texas Country circuit.  He tours like a mad-man, about 175 to 200 shows a year, winning over fans one concert at a time.  Still a young man at 29 years old,…

The Year Of The Quail

    On August 16, 2011, the Damn Quails released their debut album entitled “Down The Hatch.”  The album was a hit with the critics and the public alike.  The duo of Gabriel Marshall and Bryon White set out on…

Josh Ward – If It Ain’t Broke

    Josh Ward could be considered a relative newcomer on the Texas Music Scene.  His new album, Promises, has been riding the top of the charts for some time now.  Josh has had three back to back number one…

Dan Adams – Under the Lights

    The genre of Texas Country has grown leaps and bounds over the last decade.  Defining what exactly that genre is has become increasingly difficult.  The musical themes and geographical borders have broadened over the years to include mass…