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Curtis Grimes on #TTRMS | Wednesday, April 19th

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SHINER, TX — Curtis Grimes will be our guest Wednesday, April 19, 2017, on the Texas Thunder Radio Music Showcase, Live from TKO’s Bar-Grill-Music located in the Historic William Green Building, at 103 E 7th in Shiner!
Doors open at four, and the Texas Thunder Radio Music Showcase begins at 8 pm. There is no charge to attend and all ages are welcome.

Curtis Grimes

Curtis Grimes

April 19th – 8:00pm

Connect: @CurtisGrimes

Like thousands of guys, Curtis Grimes started singing sad songs after he broke up with his gal. But unlike most of them, Grimes was good enough to make a living off his music after he got over his heartbreak. Born in 1986 in Gilmer, Texas, Grimes was a star athlete in high school, and as a pitcher with their baseball team, he helped take his team to the state championships. A strong student as well as a star on the diamond, Grimes won a scholarship to Centenary College in Louisiana, but after splitting up with his fiancee, he set aside both baseball and academics for a while. As he sorted out his feelings, Grimes began toying with his roommate’s guitar, and soon he bought his own six-string from a pawn shop and began playing in earnest. Grimes resumed his academic career at Texas State University in San Marcos, but he brought that guitar with him and began playing and singing for friends at parties. Grimes received positive feedback from his friends and moved up to playing local bars and frat parties.
Grimes was working often enough that he formed a band, and after winning a contest that earned him an opening slot at a Kenny Chesney concert in Austin, he decided it was time to make music a full-time job. Grimes began playing the country circuit in Texas and Oklahoma, and 2009 saw the release of Grimes’ first album, a self-released effort titled Lonely River. Grimes got a taste of national exposure in 2011 when he was chosen to compete on the popular television talent competition The Voice. Grimes auditioned with Blake Shelton’s hit “Hillbilly Bone.” Shelton, who was one of the judges, didn’t bite, but Cee Lo Green was impressed and became Grimes’ coach for his eight-week run on the show, which took him to the quarterfinals. As The Voice increased Grimes’ visibility, he released a seven-song EP, 2011’s Doin’ My Time, and continued to tour regularly. In 2014, Grimes unveiled his second full-length album, Our Side of the Fence, while the 2015 EP Bottom of the Fifth saw Grimes making his way onto the Billboard Independent Albums chart, peaking at 29. (The title song also topped the Texas Regional Radio chart, as did the tunes “Baby Don’t Cry,” “Our Side of the Fence,” and “The Cowboy Kind.”) In November 2016, Grimes dropped another full-length effort, Undeniably Country; the first single from the album, “From Where I’m Standing,” became another Texas radio hit. ~ Mark Deming, Rovi

TTRMS Performance: 2013, 2017

Top Songs: From Where I’m Standing,” “Bottom of the Fifth,” “Home to Me,” “Our Side of the Fence

The Texas Thunder Radio Music Showcase is a seasonal radio show, produced by Texas Thunder Radio, and hosted by Egon Barthels, from TKO’s Bar-Grill-Music in the Historic William Green Building at the corner of Avenue E (US90A) and 7th in Shiner, Texas. There is NO CHARGE and ALL AGES are welcome. Monetary tips to performing artist are welcomed and encouraged. With respect for artists on the TTRMS Radio Show, we kindly ask those in attendance to keep conversation noise down, during the show, which is from 8-9pm.

TTRMS April 17 Schedule

Texas Thunder Radio Music Showcase LIVE radio show airs Wednesdays at 8pm|CT on Texas Thunder Radio at 94.3 and 99.9FM , TexasThunderRadio.com, and Texas Thunder Radio on the TuneIn Radio App! Thank you for your support of Live Music!

Flood Warning for San Marcos River below Luling affecting Caldwell and Gonzales Counties.

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...The flood warning continues for the following rivers in Texas...

  San Marcos River below Luling Affecting Caldwell and Gonzales Counties
PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS...

All persons with interests along the river should monitor
the latest forecasts, and be prepared to take necessary
precautions to protect life and property.

River stage forecasts are based on observed rainfall along with
predicted rain for the next 12 hours. If actual rainfall varies
from forecast values, forecast river stages will vary.

Do not drive automobiles through flooded areas. Remember, 18 inches
of water or less can carry away most vehicles, including trucks.

If you see flood waters or come upon a flooded roadway, remember
to turn around and do not drown.

For the latest river stages and forecasts visit www.srh.noaa.gov/ewx.
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