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Koe Wetzel and a group of East Texas boys came together in 2011. By 2015 they had an instant hit album, Out on Parole. This album created something fans could tap their boots to or reminisce about their small hometown that never seems to change. The fiddle licks and guitar riffs combined with Wetzel’s smooth, energetic vocals bring a new sound to “Texas Rock ‘n’ Roll.” Koe Wetzel released their new album Noise Complaint on August 18th. Shortly after that started a movement selling out venues across Texas that spread like a wildfire.

Koe Wetzel with Read Southall Band

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“It’s the stuff you dream about,” says Troy Cartwright of his whirlwind year. The young Dallas native began to see a lifetime of hard work pay off in spades in 2015, as he signed with Sunfire Entertainment, released a critically acclaimed debut album, cracked the top 25 on the Texas Music Chart, and shared bills with Hayes Carll, Randy Rogers, Turnpike Troubadours, Green River Ordinance, and more. “This is all I wanted to do since I was 14,” he reflects, “and now I’m doing it.”

With so much momentum on his side, it’s no surprise that Cartwright titled his new release ‘Don’t Fade.’ It’s a note-to-self that he more than lives up to on the EP, bringing together the heartfelt vulnerability of Ryan Adams and the arena-ready anthems of Eric Church into an infectious, genre-blurring masterpiece. The tracks showcase Cartwright’s considerable growth, both as a writer and performer, while honing in on the sharp lyrics and soulful delivery that earned his self-titled debut widespread praise in Texas and beyond. The Dallas Observer called that record “one of the very best of 2015,” while the Fort Worth Star Telegram raved that “there’s an ease and a polish…belying Cartwright’s relative youth,” and Red Dirt Nation said that it “stirs what makes us all feel young and poignantly reminds us how fragile we all are when it comes to love, heartbreak and home.” For Cartwright, though, it was only just the prelude.

“You never know what you don’t know,” he reflects from his newly adopted hometown of Nashville. “I’m very proud of that first record and some of those songs have done very well for me, but with a whole additional year-and-a-half of hard touring and writing under my belt when we recorded ‘Don’t Fade,’ I felt like I had a much better idea of how I wanted to sound and who I was as an artist.”

Troy Cartwright

Join us for our 3rd Annual Crawfish boil!
BEST GREEN BEER IN TOWN
Live DJ from 5PM-9PM
Troy Cartwright @ 9:30PM
21+ after 9PM

$15 a plate and $25 all you can eat!
ADMISSION INCLUDED!

Concert tickets also available online
@ conwaysnb.com/tickets
(pay food difference at the door)

Bring the entire family and enjoy our yard games, fire pits, pool table and dance floor!

3rd Annual St. Patrick’s Day Crawfish boil!

To hear Curtis Grimes sing is to take a trip through the heart of country music. A Texas native, Curtis was raised on a steady diet of George Strait and Alan Jackson, and he possesses the everyman charm of both his heroes, along with a refreshingly mature voice that—in an era of country raps and pop beats—truly stands out.

“Strait is a big inspiration and who I aspire to be. But I’m also a fan of strong voices like Chris Young and Clay Walker,” says Curtis, “I’ve always liked the traditional sound. I became a singer because I can relate to those heartache songs. But I also like to have a good time, and when I get onstage, it’s go time.”

Which Curtis has proved time and again in front of massive audiences. When he was still playing bars in Austin, he won a contest to open for Kenny Chesney at Kenny’s local arena show, and followed up that milestone by competing in front of Blake Shelton and his coaches on the debut season of NBC’s hit singing series The Voice. A member of Team Cee Lo, Curtis won over viewers and lasted an impressive eight weeks on the show.

“To be a singer, opening for Kenny Chesney at that time was the pinnacle. That experience justified my decision to pursue music,” says Curtis. “And The Voice opened the door and got us playing outside of Texas.”

A standout baseball player up until college, Curtis tabled his diamond dreams to write and sing country music. Yet the all-American guy, who taught himself how to play guitar on a second-hand instrument he bought at a pawn shop, still calls upon his sports discipline when performing, be it for his faithful Texas following or the budding fan base he developed through The Voice. “I get in that zone, just like when I was pitching,” he says. “All eyes are on you and you just deliver.”

Now, Curtis is ready to deliver on an even larger stage, with songs like the honky-tonkin’ “Irresponsible,” the infectious sing-along “Smile” (a big hit with the singer’s passionate female fans) and “Home to Me,” which appeared—along with Curtis—in a national commercial for Supercuts. All three songs were Top 5 hits on the Texas music charts.

For the ever-busy performer, it’s all about the work ethic, a sense of pride instilled in his family by his great grandfather. “He owned a saw mill, my grandfather was a pipeline mechanic and my dad worked at a chemical plant,” Curtis says. “That’s my background. If you work hard, no one can take that away from you.”

Nor can anyone take away what the small-town boy has already achieved in a relatively young career—or what he’s poised to accomplish in the studio, on the road and on the charts, thanks to bona fide country songs like the single “The Cowboy Kind.”

“Along with baseball, country music has shaped my life, and through hard work and determination, I ended up getting to sing it for a living,” Curtis says gratefully. “And the best part is the ride is just beginning.”

Curtis Grimes

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