Posts Tagged ‘Gary P. Nunn’
These are Gary P. Nunn’s road dates: May 8
5015 Kirby Dr.
Gary P. Nunn, the legendary artist hailed as one of the Lone Star state’s musical institutions, is scheduled to kick off a series of shows next week with a first performance at Austin’s famed live venue, The Broken Spoke, in celebration of his new album release TAKING TEXAS TO THE COUNTY.
This is The Roundup #3 for the 4th week of January 2010, and this is what’s happening in traditional country music:
I took some music to the restaurant this morning when we went for breakfast. Our office is on Main Street in Windsor Missouri, right near the 4-way, so I can see the Wagon Wheel Cafe from the office. We know who is there by the trucks parked out front. Nancy and I headed out with some music by Dan Roberts and Gary P. Nunn. Three of the guys at the Wagon Wheel are ranchers. Two more showed up a few minutes after we did.
It’s always good to hear from Gary P. Nunn. The following, used with permission, lets friends and fans know of Gary’s performance at the Salado Founders Day Festival Friday through Sunday, October 23 – 25, 2009.
Here are the September road dates for Gary P. Nunn: September 11 Broken Spoke, 3201 South Lamar, Austin, TX
September 12 Private Event
September 18 Grape Fest, Grapevine TX
September 19 Pickin in Nac, pickinnac.com, 401 E. Main St. Nacogdoches, TX
September 24 Lucky Mule Saloon, 1850 S. Clack St. Abilene, TX
September 25 Murphy Maze Days Festival, Murphy, TX
September 26 Old Peanut Mill Steakhouse, 1100 Ft. McKavitt, Mason, TX
Gary P. Nunn, our unofficial ambassador to Texas and accomplished musician, has announced his road dates for this May 2009. I remember hearing a new song on Willies Place, played by Catfish, and wanted to know more about the artist. (Hearing something for the first time doesn’t happen very often any more.)
It’s always good to hear from our friends, and Gary P. Nunn is no exception. When I checked my email this morning there was a note from Gary and Ruth. Gary always puts on a great show and is worth seeing. Here is Gary’s schedule for December 2008, followed by a video of Gary:
We heard one cut from Gary P. Nunn’s CD “It’s A Texas Thing” and knew we had to buy it, review it, and play it. Catfish – a mainstay at Willie’s Place XM-13 — played “Honkin Out Some Hank.” After listening to country music since 1959 I immediately recognized a great song that I never heard before. It doesn’t happen very often.