2023 Concert Lineup Announced

Big Red's Liquor Brings Big Names to the 2023 Texas Cowboy Reunion!

How do you spell Fun? We spell it C-O-N-C-E-R-T-S!

The Big Red’s 2023 Concert Series has been announced, we can not wait for the Stars to arrive at the 93rd Annual Texas Cowboy Reunion.

Jody Nix & the Texas Cowboys

Wednesday June 28, 2023

Jody Nix will be making his appearance once again, and we’re checking the history books, because we know it’s well over 30 years of Western Swing in Stamford. Jody Nix, a well established artist in the great State of Texas gives Glory and Thanks to God for the talent, and the ability to use it to play music that he dearly loves. A true Traditional Country Music and Western Swing artist, he has been in the business 61 years. He has played dances and shows all over Texas and parts of the southwest. He leads one of the finest dance bands in Texas, they fill the floor on every song.

Slade Coulter

Thursday June 29, 2023

While he was born from the dust of Jayton, Texas, Slade Coulter started his musical career about 100 miles west, in Lubbock, while attending Texas Tech University, forever linking the young songwriter to the bloodline of the ones who came before him: Buddy Holly, Waylon Jennings, Pat Green, Charlie Shafter, and Wade Bowen. With the release of his 2020 debut EP Here We Go Again, Slade quickly began garnering a large following of fans throughout the state. Between his high energy live shows, impactful lyrics, and one of a kind voice… Slade Coulter is quickly becoming a household name among Country and Americana Music.

Casey Donahew

with Jake Worthington
Friday June 30, 2023

Casey Donahew

Over the last 18 years, Casey Donahew has risen from a favorite on the local Texas music scene, racking up 21 #1 singles, to a nationally hot touring act who consistently sells out venues all across the country.

Donahew has released eight independent albums to critical and commercial acclaim. Donahew’s STANDOFFquickly topped the iTunes Country Chart at #1, upon its release, and his follow-up album ALL NIGHT PARTY, out on August 19, 2016, immediately rocketed to #3 on the Billboard Top Country Albums Chart, #13 on the Top Album Sales Chart and Top Current Album Sales Chart and #40 on the Billboard 200 Chart. The project also took the #2 spot on the Internet Albums Chart and landed at #3 on the Independent Albums Chart. His 15th anniversary record titled 15 YEARS, THE WILD RIDE, a collection of Donahew’s most popular songs, and the ones that droves of fans sing night after night at his live concerts, was inspired by and became a gift for those fans who remain loyal in Donahew’s standing-room-only audiences.  His current album ONE LIGHT TOWN, garnered Donahew his latest #1 single, “Let’s Make A Love Song, which was the #1 most played independent song on country radio for 2019 and had BILLBOARD spouting upon its release “…’Let’s Make A Love Song’ has radio written all over it”.

Jake Worthington

For La Porte, Texas native Jake Worthington, traditional country music has been ingrained in his DNA since childhood. Raised on his grandfather’s porch performances of Ray Price, Merle Haggard, and George Jones, he soon picked up his own Gibson acoustic and realized the breadth of his soon-to-be-classic, wide, and wild voice. Now, Worthington breathes fresh life to dance halls, beer joints, and ballrooms from Texas to Tennessee with his just released 13-song, self-penned debut album, Jake Worthington. Captivating the masses with his honky-tonk stylings, the singer-songwriter has already started bringing two-step anthems to venues across the country, opening for Cody Johnson, Riley Green, Pat Green, Hank Williams Jr., ERNEST, and more, with headline dates on the horizon for 2023. Worthington is also a newly sought-after feature artist across the Nashville landscape, including guest spots on Hixtape: Vol. 2 with Ronnie Dunn and Jake Owen on the rowdy “Jonesin’,” Ronnie Dunn’s 2022 album 100 Proof Neon on “Honky Tonk Town” and ERNEST’s 2023 extension FLOWER SHOPS (THE ALBUM): Two Dozen Roses on “Heartache In My 100 Proof.” “I believe in country music as much as I believe in my next breath,” Worthington declares, and “blame it on my raising, but I think there ought to be room for country in country music.”

William Clark Green

with Huser Brothers Band
Saturday July 1st, 2023

William Clark Green

Boasting sandpaper vocals and country-rock sound at the crossroads of back-alley grit and gravel-road grace, the Flint, Texas native emerged like many others before –sauntering out from Lubbock’s live music loving college-bar scene. But William Clark Green has since carved a space that is uniquely his own. Pairing singer-songwriter tradition with a progressive musical mindset, he’s both a troubadour of troubled souls and maestro to lyrical mischief, renowned for underdog anthems filled with sardonic wit, vivid characters and even historical curiosity.” He has SIX #1 Hits on the Texas Regional Radio.

Huser Brother Band

The Waco-born Brothers have been making waves in the independent music scene with their unique blend of soulful, rocking country, original tunes. Brothers were born and raised in Waco, Texas, right off the I-35 corridor between Dallas and Austin. The Brothers bring a high energy, entertaining show you dont want to miss.

Their first EP “Find My Way” released May of 2018 was just the beginning for this talented duo, with songs such as “Dancefloor” and “Highway.” A little later on songs such as ‘Tired of Runnin” and “Honey” took over the top spots and gained attention from listeners all across the U.S.

They have been privileged to share the stage with some of the biggest acts in the music scene like Koe Wetzel, Parker McCollum, Aaron Watson, William Clark Green, and Mike Ryan just to name a few.

With some new music right around the corner, Huser Brother Band is definitely an act you want to keep your eye on! You can expect to see big things in the near future! Check out the “Tour” page to see when they’ll be near you!