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Texas Thunder Radio Music Showcase

Catch the Texas Thunder Radio Music Showcase live from TKO’s Bar-Grill-Music at 103 East Seventh in Shiner! Doors open at 5:00 pm, and there’s no charge to attend. Enjoy the interview and live acoustic concert Wednesday Night from 8 p.m. until 9 p.m., live on Texas Thunder Radio at 94.3 and 99.9 FM and TexasThunderRadio.com! The Texas Thunder Radio Music Showcase Radio Broadcast is powered by Cuero Turkeyfest, always the 2nd weekend of October!

SARAH HOBBS
Wednesday, February 7 at 8:00pm
Sarah Hobbs is the sound of old school traditional country with a little bit of modern twist. From an early age music has played an important part of Sarah’s life and also for many generations of her family. As an independent artist from Northeast Texas, she writes her own songs from the life experiences she’s had, both good and bad, so when she sings, you can guarantee its from the heart. Her strong East Texas accent reflects in her singing voice, leaving no doubt you’re listening to real country music.

DAMON CURTIS
Wednesday, February 14 at 8:00pm
Damon began singing at an early age and started writing his own lyrics as a teenager. At the age of 20, after learning to play guitar, he began playing at local bars and venues in his hometown of Moulton, Tx and surrounding areas. In 2013 he started a band with some local musicians. Over the last few years the band has evolved to its current state. Damon Curtis just finished up the studio work for his first album. He and the band are very excited about the release of their first EP. Damon’s debut single from that EP, Heart of Stone, is available on his website, damoncurtis.com.



DONICE MORACE
Wednesday, February 21 at 8:00pm
Raised in SE Texas, Donice learned to play the guitar at the age of six. His inspiration to sing professionally came around the time that Mark Chesnutt and Tracy Byrd were both singing in a local bar in Beaumont, Tx called Cutter’s. Donice played with several bands and eventually joined a group that fit his traditional style, Twangsters Union.  Recently, Donice recorded his self-titled debut album with producer Trent Willmon in Nashville. Having spent much of his life honing his craft and paying his dues, Donice Morace is eager to launch the next chapter of his career.
 
CURTIS GRIMES
Wednesday, February 28 at 8:00pm
After a successful career as a collegiate baseball player in 2011 Grimes was given a chance to appear on a new reality TV show called “The Voice” airing on NBC. Having nothing to lose he auditioned for the show and ended up finishing in the top 10 under Coach Ceelo Green (no, not Blake Shelton). In 2014, Grimes and his hit single “Home to Me” was picked up by national salon chain “Supercuts” and placed in the mainstream spotlight. To date, Grimes has 6 #1 songs under his belt and has played hundreds of shows across the US. His most recent album “Undeniably Country” was released in November of 2016 and debuted at #16 on Billboard Heatseekers. The album features songs such as fan favorite “From Where I’m Standing” co-penned by Chris Janson and his most recent #1 single “Right About Now”.
JEFF GROSSMAN (SAINTS ELEVEN)
Wednesday, March 7 at 8:00pm
When you stand in front of the stage at a Saints Eleven show, your senses are overrun by contrasting elements that hook your attention and keep you there.  Your ears are seduced by the sounds of vintage honky tonk music mixed with electrified bluegrass, but the rest of your senses are taken hostage by three guys who play with an energy fueled by years of punk and hard rock influence.  The very first thing anyone will talk about when the topic of Saints Eleven comes up is their live show moxie.  Each show is delivered as if it were their very last one, and their fans give that energy right back to them in equal amounts creating an exchange that makes you feel like you are caught in the crossfires of a waged battle.   In the current age of pop country music where band members are of the glossy “pretty boys” variety that can be easily mistaken for GQ models, Jeff Grossman, Jeff Mosley and Alex Shepherd sport a more chiseled, blue-collar physique.  The only thing that is polished about them is the combined savvy they employ with their instruments.
CASE HARDIN
Wednesday, March 14 at 8:00pm
Case Hardin, a native son of San Angelo, Texas, grew up with a ranching and rodeo background while developing a love for traditional and neo-traditional country music. Case began his music career his senior year of high school in 2013, and hasn’t looked back since his American Idol debut that same year. Backed by his band, their influences are very recognizable in the way that they play, from traditional honky-tonk music, to more progressive Texas music.

In Case’s short career in music, he has already played many Texas rodeos, music festivals, and dancehalls. Case Hardin released his debut album, “Over Fort Worth,” made with George Strait’s, Aaron Watson’s, Cory Morrow’s, William Clark Green’s, and Kevin Fowler’s band. “Deep Blue Me” is the first single from his accredited album and is being played on radio airwaves across the state.

ADRIAN JOHNSTON
Wednesday, February 21 at 8:00pm
Adrian Johnston, Dallas native and fourth generation Texan, is paying close attention to the passage of time these days. Whether she’s quickly touring the state on a whirlwind of gigs or radio stops, or pausing long enough to revel in her family’s deep Texas roots (her great grandfather was a cotton farmer in west Texas and a baseball player who played against Babe Ruth!), she fully realizes that time seems to stand still while rushing past you simultaneously. Seeing that the time is now to make a mark in the Texas Country Music scene, Johnston has spent the last several years winning over fans and industry with her southern drawl and charming them with resounding vocals by bringing a bold voice that is unmatched in today’s country music.

“I like to put on a high-energy show, but I’m just as fulfilled sitting with a guitar in a silent listening room,” she said. “No matter the venue, the band and I like to make sure everyone is having a good time and connect with the crowd from the first song to the last.”

AARON COPELAND
Wednesday, February 28 at 8:00pm
Aaron Copeland grew up in the small Texas town of Corsicana where he learned to play guitar and piano at a young age and quickly began winning competitions.  As a teenager, he played honky tonk’s with his dad and brothers.

At the age of 20, he secured a position with top draw Casey Donahew Band playing keys, guitar, singing harmony vocals and eventually co-writing songs for the band with band frontman Casey Donahew. Aaron remained with CDB for over 6 years where he learned the ins and outs of the touring world.

Aaron then joined Sam Riggs and the Night People where he continued to fine tune his skills and build a growing fan base.

Although he enjoyed every minute with his previous bands, Aaron felt the time was right to branch out on his own.  Now based out of Fort Worth, TX, Aaron has finished the process of recording his debut EP.

Past #TTRMS Performers –

10-2-13 – Mario Flores and the Soda Creek Band
10-9-13 – Renegade West
10-16-13 – Thom Shepherd & Coley McCabe
10-23-13 – Charlie Montague
10-30-13 – Zane Williams
11-6-13 – The Rankin Twins
11-13-13 – Jarrod Birmingham
11-20-13 – Mike and the Moonpies
12-4-13 – Curtis Grimes
12-11-13 – Kylie Rae Harris
12-18-13 – Owen Temple

2-5-14 – Matt Caldwell
2-12-14 – Shane Smith
2-19-14 – Brian Keane
2-26-14 – Josh Grider
3-5-14 – Jeremy Steding
3-12-14 – Adam Fears
3-19-14 – Clay Thrash
3-26-14 – Jimmy Grayson, Rod Ballou, Kenny Harrell
4-2-14 – Larry Joe Taylor
4-9-14 – Jake Kellen, Jeff Whitehead, Hayden Huse
4-16-14 – Cameran Nelson, Jeff Grossman (Saints Eleven)
4-23-14 – Jamie Richards & Kimberly Dunn
4-30-14 – Zach Nytomt & Josh Fuller

9-3-14 – Doug Moreland
9-10-14 – Phil Hamilton & Erica Perry
9-17-14 – Fred Andrews of Honeybrowne
9-24-14 – Cody Bryan Band
10-1-14 – TJ Broscoff
10-8-14 – Raven Cliff
10-15-14 – Sheila Marshall
10-22-14 – Tyler and the Tribe
10-29-14 – Jason Allen
11-5-14 – Brandon Rhyder
11-12-14 – Sunny Sweeney
11-19-14 – Mario Flores

2-4-15 – Bri Bagwell
2-11-15 – Jamie Richards
2-18-15 – Thom Shepherd & Coley McCabe
2-25-15 – Jarrod Birmingham & Jennifer Martinez
3-4-15 – Mike and the Moonpies
3-11-15 – Rumor Town
3-18-15 – Matt Easley/Damon Curtis/Jade Marie Patek
3-25-15 – Stewart Mann & Statesboro Revue
4-1-15 – Abbi Walker
4-8-15 – Larry Joe Taylor
4-15-15 – Tejas Brothers
4-22-15 – Moonlight Social
4-29-15 – Doc West

9-2-15 – Justin Thompson
9-9-15 – Casey Berry
9-16-15 – Matt Kimbrow
9-23-15 – Junior Gordon
9-30-15 – James Lann
10-7-15 – Josh Ward
10-14-15 – Matt Caldwell
10-21-15 – Scott Taylor Band
10-28-15 – Raven Cliff
11-4-15 – Folk Family Revival
11-11-15 – Mark Mckinney
11-18-15 – Jon Wolfe

4-6-16 – Kylie Frey
4-13-16 – Larry Joe Taylor
4-20-16 – Austin Allsup
4-27-16 – Breelan Angel
5-4-16 – Jason Cassidy
5-11-16 – Mike Ryan
5-18-16 – Sunny Sweeney
5-25-16 – Cory Morrow

9-7-16 – Dalton Domino
9-14-16 – Sarah Hobbs
9-21-16 – Dub Miller
9-28-16 – Jeff Jacobs Band
10-5-16 – The Strayhearts
10-12-16 – Jeff Grossman
10-19-16 – Austin Meade
10-26-16 – Rich O’Toole
11-2-16 – Chance Anderson
11-9-16 – Hunter Rea Band
11-16-16 – Will Carter
11-23-16 – Rick Trevino
11-30-16 – Drew Fish

2-1-17 – Jake Worthington
2-8-17 – Pat Waters
2-15-17 – Josh Ward
2-22-17 – TJ Broscoff
3-1-17 – Bri Bagwell
3-8-17 – Junior Gordon
3-15-17 – Scott Taylor Band
3-22-17 – Mark Mckinney
3-29-17 – Matt Kimbrow
4-5-17 – Larry Joe Taylor
4-12-17 – Jarrod Birmingham
4 -19-17 – Curtis Grimes
4-26-17 – Zane Williams

9-6-17 – Natalie Rose
9-13-17 – Aaron Einhouse
9-20-17 – Parker McCollum
9-27-17 – Clay Hollis
10-4-17 – Bart Crow
10-11-17 – Marty Heddin
10-18-17 – Jesse Raub Jr
10-25-17 – Jake Ward
11-1-17 – Jamie Richards
11-8-17 – The Powell Brothers
11-15-17 – Ray Johnston
11-22-17 – Jade Marie Patek
11-29-17 – Mario Flores

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