If there’s one thing Texas does well, it’s country music. If country is your jam, then get ready to close out the summer with all the crooning you can handle.
Your first stop should be right here, poolside at Olympus Auburn Lakes on Aug. 11. We’ll be featuring a free country music concert for residents from 6:30-8:30 PM. Then, fill the rest of your summer calendar with these upcoming shows.
If you’re up for two concerts in one night, cut out a bit early from the live show at the Olympus Auburn Lakes pool Aug. 11, and head over to The Big Barn to see Texas-native Randall King. He’s been likened to George Strait in his simple, straightforward personality and genuinely meaningful tunes. Slowly and steadily making a name for himself and his music, critics believe King – like Strait – will be around for the long haul.
You can’t live in Texas without seeing this talented artist on stage. Famous from his days touring with his band Uncle Lucius, frontman Galloway has forged a solo career that has critics raving about his soulful voice. Hear it for yourself on Aug. 13 at The Big Barn.
Mark it on your calendar: Gary Allan plays Aug. 14 at White Oak Music Hall. This will be an unforgettable night thanks to this musical legend. Experience classic country music at its best. If you’ve never seen Allan in concert, you won’t want to miss this.
First Gary Allan and now Brad Paisley? Yep, Spring is getting the royal treatment when it comes to musical entertainment this summer! You’re likely familiar with Paisley – if not for his music, then for his Nationwide commercials with Peyton Manning. He beautifully blends traditional country music traditions with an original, inimitable style, creating tunes beloved by fans. You can experience it for yourself on Aug. 15 at The Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion.
Steve Earle & the Dukes
Grammy-award-winning Steve Earle has been around for a long time, both performing and writing songs for the biggest names in the business (think Willie Nelson and Johnny Cash). Catch him live on Aug. 18 at The Heights Theater in Houston.
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