Posts Tagged ‘Heart of Texas’
Curtis Potter, Tony Booth, and Darrell McCall have teamed up on a new project called “The Survivors”. I’m sure all of our readers are familiar with Curtis, Tony, and Darrell and this new release is bound to be fantastic. Here is more information:
The Heart of Texas Country Music Association will present a special show at the Llano River Chuck Wagon Cookout on Saturday, October 17. The performance will be stage from 10:00 AM until Noon at Badu Park in Llano. It is free to the public.
The Heart of Texas Country Music Museum is hosting an album release party for Darrell McCall on Saturday, October 17, at 1701 South Bridge in Brady.
KNEL’s Hillbilly Hits Radio Show is back online beginning Thursday night. We will broadcast on the world wide web each Thursday evening between 6:00 PM and 10:00 PM Central Time and then the show will be rebroadcast on Saturday nights between 6:00 PM and 10:00 PM Central Time.
Brady Texas Mayor James Stewart Tuesday signed a proclamation designating March, 2009 as Heart of Texas Country Music Association Month in the City of Brady.
Tracy Pitcox sent the dates and times for the Heart of Texas CMA. Nancy and I are members and will try to make it this year. Here is all the information:
By Tracy Pitcox
Darrell McCall’s “ultimate fan” Ma Holden passed away on Tuesday. She was 99 and still dancing up until a short time ago. She was a regular at all of Darrell’s shows for many years. When Darrell’s mom died, Ma Holden officially adopted him as her son. She was truly dedicated to Darrell and his music.
This event, as submitted by Tracy Pitcox, is going to be a good one:
The Heart of Texas Country Music Association will celebrate its 20th Anniversary on Friday and Saturday, March 13th and 14th, and Friday and Saturday, March 28th and 29th at the Ed Davenport Civic Center in Brady.
The following was submitted by Tracy Pitcox: The first Marble Falls Opry will be held on Saturday, January 24, at the Uptown Theater in downtown Marble Falls. The show begins at 7:30 PM and admission is $10.00 per person. Tickets are now on sale by calling (830) 693-9996. The show is sponsored by the Heart of Texas Country Music Association. The organization also organizes the Llano and Mason Country Opry shows. This will be the first of three shows scheduled in Marble Falls for the 2009 season. Country Music entertainer Stephen Pride will headline the concert.
Call it traditional country music, Texas music, or just plain good. Today’s featured song is a winner from Mona McCall. “Keeper Of My Heart” has all the makings of a great country song. Fiddles, steel guitar, great vocals, a beautiful voice and a little bit of Cajun French thrown in for good measure makes this our pick of the day.