Post Tagged with: "George Strait"

  • The Rolling Stones Continue to Defy Father Time

    The Rolling Stones Continue to Defy Father Time

    The Front Row June 7, 2015 3:42 am no comments

    By Chuck Cox Special Contributor It took me several minutes. I knew it would. The Rolling Stones were about three or four songs into Saturday’s enormous show at AT&T Stadium before my brain could truly process the music history my eyes were peeping. Mick Jagger. Keith Richards. Ronnie Wood. Charlie […]




     
  • Kacey Musgraves Comes Home to Texas

    Kacey Musgraves Comes Home to Texas

    The Front Row October 2, 2014 2:47 pm no comments

    In addition to playing 11 of the 12 tracks from her Grammy-winning debut, she also treated the crowd to some great covers of Dolly Parton’s “Here You Come Again,” George Strait’s “I Just Want to Dance With You,” TLC’s “No Scrubs,” a little bit of Bob Marley’s “Three Little Birds,” Nancy Sinatra’s “These Boots Are Made For Walking” and set-closer “Happy Trails.” She did the latter with her band gathered around a single microphone at the front of the stage.




     
  • Jimmy Buffett Plays Two Shows in Three Days in D/FW

    Jimmy Buffett Plays Two Shows in Three Days in D/FW

    The Front Row June 24, 2014 8:25 am no comments

    The incredibly cool idea for the show was conceived by the owners of the Coyote, Brandt and Brady Wood, who hope to make it an annual tradition.




     
  • Bowling For Soup Throws a Birthday Bash at HOB

    Bowling For Soup Throws a Birthday Bash at HOB

    The Front Row June 9, 2014 2:20 pm no comments

    Bowling For Soup has always been — and always will be — an absolute blast. They are four normal guys who grew up in the 1980s loving music, who just so happen to make incredibly catchy party tunes and rock anthems. The kind of guys you want to hang out and drink a beer or two with.




     
  • George Strait, Charlie Robinson, AV The Great: Trio of Early 2014 Shows

    George Strait, Charlie Robinson, AV The Great: Trio of Early 2014 Shows

    The Front Row January 14, 2014 11:06 am no comments

    The “Cowboy Rides Away” Tour will wrap up at AT&T Stadium in Arlington on June 7. The star-studded finale will include three songs each from Aldean, Kenny Chesney, Eric Church, Vince Gill, Faith Hill, Alan Jackson, Lambert, McBride and Lee Ann Womack. Texas swing pioneers Asleep at the Wheel will open the show.




     
  • King George Strait Plays For 73,086 Loyal Subjects

    King George Strait Plays For 73,086 Loyal Subjects

    The Front Row June 3, 2013 12:26 pm no comments

    By Chuck Cox Special Contributor In the span of the last two weeks, country music icon George Strait celebrated his 61st birthday, became the first artist in any genre to have 60 No. 1 singles, and played the Alamodome on Saturday night in front of 73,806 fans to wrap up […]




     
  • Limp Bizkit, Best Coast: Two Time Zones, Two Very Different Shows

    Limp Bizkit, Best Coast: Two Time Zones, Two Very Different Shows

    The Front Row May 30, 2013 8:22 am no comments

    By Chuck Cox Special Contributor Pretty much the first thing I do when planning a sports road trip is seeing what concerts will be in town during my stay. When I saw the Texas Rangers would be playing a rare doubleheader against the Arizona Diamondbacks on Memorial Day, I knew […]




     
  • Son Volt Brings Honky Tonk Tour to Town

    Son Volt Brings Honky Tonk Tour to Town

    The Front Row April 22, 2013 9:37 am no comments

    By Chuck Cox Special Contributor Last month, I told you guys how much I enjoyed Honky Tonk, the latest CD from Son Volt. On Saturday night, I capped a long day with a night of great music from that very band at an iconic Dallas venue I had somehow never been to before. […]




     
  • TROBY’S BAR – MY MUSIC EVOLUTION PT. 1

    TROBY’S BAR – MY MUSIC EVOLUTION PT. 1

    Entertainment, Troby's Bar December 22, 2011 9:30 am 6 comments

    A Tale By Troby – The Beginning Years To give a little background on my passion for all things music and entertainment, we can back track to my earlier years. Beginning as a young child living in North Carolina in the 80s, attending my first concert at Beach Fest where […]