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By the time the band announced the release of Squelch in August of 2015, they had sold over a million records globally -- a staggering achievement for a group whose independent way of doing business strayed far from standard music industry techniques.
Co-produced with Jim Ward, Squelch was Jason Boland & Stragglers tenth recording; it was issued in October.
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NASHVILLE, TN - FEBRUARY 24: Hunter Hayes performs at the New Faces of Country Music dinner and performance during the CRS 2012 at the Nashville Convention Center on February 24, 2012 in Nashville, Tennessee.
Their 2011 studio follow-up, Rancho Alto, was co-produced by the band and Shooter Jennings. Boland & the Stragglers had become regulars on festival stages not only in the U. The album was also notable because it included two songs by two of Red Dirt's prime inspirations: Oklahoma's Bob Childers ("Blue Diamonds") and Texas' Randy Crouch ("They Took It Away").
It was the band's highest charting album to date on several charts.
Garcia, whose manager is country star/producer John Rich, last week signed a booking deal with the William Morris Agency.
In what's billed as “An Evening With Hunter Hayes,” one of contemporary country's hottest new acts will give an up-close, indoor show on Saturday at John T. The 19-year-old ACM new artist of the year nominee is touring with his debut major-label album released in October and the resulting Top 20 Billboard single, “Storm Warning.” Six Market Blvd., a rocking country/Americana quintet from Stephenville will be next up at the County Line's live music series, which kicked off this week.
The “experience” part of the name is a tip of the hat to bands that played a part in building the hall's reputation as well as the freshly spruced-up hall. Those bands include the Almost Patsy Cline Band on March 23; Cactus Country again on March 30; the Drugstore Cowboys on April 6; and Jay Eric & Blieders Creek on April 7.
“Leon Springs Dance Hall has long been missed,” Ojeda said.
“It's such a unique icon of San Antonio that once the word gets out, the response will be incredible.” Plans call for public events on Thursdays and Sundays, dance lessons, a steak night and charity benefits. One or two weekend nights may still be booked for private events. By the way, if you see a guy in a white suit with a sash and a gold crown, that'll be Ojeda — who is also El Rey Feo LXIV. Nunn will give an up-close-and-personal show with an acoustic combo of the Bunkhouse Band at 7 Thursday night at Cora's 471 Grill in Castroville. Rocking Roger Creager will return to Gruene Hall for back-to-back shows on Friday, with Bri Bagwell, and Saturday, with Kimberly Kelly.
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