All concerts will be inside the Jayson Harris Pavilion @ Fair Park
Friday September 4, 2020
Jake Hooker & Tejas Brothers
Tickets for both shows are $20 in advance or $30 @ the door
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Jake Hooker was born listening to the sounds of traditional country music through his father's west Texas country band. Jake began playing the bass at the age of seven and practiced diligently until he mastered the honky tonk sound. Jake formed his own band at the age of 14 and began performing. By the age of 18, Jake was playing bass and singing full time. He spent some time at South Plains College in Levelland, Texas, studying music and theory. Jake moved to the Fort Worth area in 1998 where he quickly became the local favorite. Jake signed with Southland Records that same year and began recording. Jake's popularity continues to grow. His love and passion for traditional country music never ceases. He feels it is necessary to relay that love to the fans who are so dedicated to it as well. There is no doubt that Jake is strongly influenced by the sounds of Ray Price, Johnny Bush, Farron Young, Curtis Potter, Leon Rausch and Darrell McCall. He spends much of his spare time studying these artists' music in depth. Jake is consumed by his dedication to the music and his hobbies include playing the drums and learning the steel guitar. Jake's graceful and professional image on the bandstand, along with his voice and talented band, make his show unbeatable.
Tex-Mex meets Honky Tonk, the accordion is joined by twangin' guitar, and everyone wins!
"Mama loves George Jones and daddy loves Freddy Fender", says Dave Perez, accordionist for the band. With influences from all different styles of music, the audience might find it difficult to describe a live show. Most of them say, "I don't know what to call it; I just know it's GOOD!" The band calls it "Tex-Mex Honky Tonk".
A typical Tejas Brothers medley might start out as a jumpin' tejano polka, hop into a steam-engine country train song, and then drop you off in a twisting blues rocker!
If you are one of those people who has all but given up on the music of today, don't worry... there are still some bands putting out the good stuff! If you come to a show, just make sure you can see the stage! -Holiday Bailey (San Angelo Live)
Saturday September 5, 2020
Bellamy Brothers w/Special Guests Presley Haile & Hayden Haddock
Howard and David better known as The Bellamy Brothers continue to prove that the trail they’ve ridden to fame has been as unique as their music itself—music that is now celebrating 40 years of success.
Success followed success: “Dancing Cowboys,” “Sugar Daddy,” “You Ain’t Just Whistlin’ Dixie,” “Lovers Live Longer,” “Do You Love As Good As You Look,” “Redneck Girl,” “For All The Wrong Reasons,” “I Love Her Mind,” “I Need More Of You,” “Old Hippie,” “Too Much Is Not Enough,” “Kids Of The Baby Boom,” and “Reggae Cowboy” and “Crazy From The Heart,”…all have lined the corridors of the Bellamy’s musical history and their walls with platinum and gold.
Along the way, Howard and David created a patent on the newly cool “duo” category in country music. In the era of the 2000’s, The Bellamy Brothers hold the record in both the Academy of Country Music (ACM) and the Country Music Association Awards (CMA) for the most duo nominations. Numerous Grammy nods have also been directed toward the brothers.
Presley Haile has been wowing crowds locally for several years. With the voice of a seasoned singer Presley will amaze you with her big vocals.
Rising Red Dirt singer-songwriter Hayden Haddock is quickly becoming an artist you need to know. With more than 100 tour dates per year, Haddock’s diligent nature mixed with his traditional, authentic style of country music has quickly solidified his spot as a staple in the Texas Country scene. After releasing his debut album First Rodeo in late 2018, Haddock’s lead-off single “She Don’t Know It Yet” quickly climbed the Texas country charts while his sophomore radio single “Everywhere I Need To Be” peaked in the Top 35; an impressive feat. for the young talent. Not only did the record perform well at country radio, but it has also amassed more than 750K streams on Spotify while being featured on more than 2.5K playlists.