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Texas Thunder Radio Music Showcase

Welcome to the Texas Thunder Radio Music Showcase Page!  Thanks to Cuero Turkeyfest, always the second weekend of October, for making the show possible, and thank you for joining us in person at TKO’s Bar and Grill 103 East Seventh Street in Shiner, or listening to the shows live on Texas Thunder Radio! We appreciate you!

STETSON WALKER
Wednesday, September 5th – 8:00 PM

GABE GARCIA
Wednesday, October 17th – 8:00 PM

CAMERAN NELSON
Wednesday, October 24th – 8:00 PM
Fuse Texas Country grit with down-home rock n’ roll and you get Cameran Nelson, a true Texas Troubadour whose roots run deep across 1,815 miles of the Lone Star State from Haskell, Texas where he was born to living South of Kingsville, East of Rockwall, West of Lubbock and now settled in the hill country town of Blanco. While on tour this fall, Nelson will release his highly anticipated sophomore album Good Thing Going after signing a distribution deal with Smith Music [of the Live at Billy Bob’s fame]. The new project will include the title-track “Good Thing Going,” along with chart-toppers “SHOTGUN” and ”You Can Still Wear White,” and collaborative work with Texas Country’s cheeky crooner Kevin Fowler on “Beer Lease.” Nelson will be hitting the road with the current sexy, feel-good single, “Nothing’s Got Nothin’ On You,” that leaves nothing to the imagination for fans.
DREW FISH
Wednesday, October 31st – 8:00 PM
The Drew Fish Band’s show has definitely earned it’s good-time, beer drinking reputation over the years. It’s easy to understand why after seeing his music videos full of up-beat, party anthems or experiencing the band’s high-energy show for yourself. You might even see a cameo or two from 9-time Grammy Award winner Ray Benson in the Small Price to Pay music video or hear a song co-written by 34-time top 10 songwriter Byron Hill with Sounds Like A Plan. From media outlets in France and England to CMT, the band’s music videos have drawn attention internationally. 2017 was a record year for the band with Sounds Like A Plan being the sixth most played song on regional radio and their music videos garnering over one million views, but the band didn’t slow down and their most recent single release, Flood, shot up the radio charts at lightning pace to become the band’s first two-week #1. Adding on to the 25 Grammy Awards that are featured on the band’s past two records, Drew is now in the studio tracking his third studio record produced by five-time Grammy Award winner Adam Odor that is set to release in early 2019. The new record will feature songs that Drew wrote with Byron Hill (Fool Hearted Memory – George Strait; Born Country – Alabama; Nothin’ On But The Radio – Gary Allan), Roger Brown (We Must Be Lovin’ Right and Need I say More – George Strait; She Gets That Way – Kenny Chesney; All Hat, No Cattle – Trace Adkins), Tommy Conners (The Highway – Willie Nelson; Simple As Dirt – Chris Ledoux; I Wish I Was Wrong – Travis Tritt; Just Like A Rodeo – John Michael Montgomery), and Curtis Grimes (NBC’s The Voice).
Junior Gordon
Wednesday, November 7 – 8:00 PM
The Junior Gordon Band began its trek to the top in music in Alvin, Texas, but the group is now seeing their fan base expand, and their latest album, “BIG” making a (dare we say it?) BIG impact on country music.Attending one of the Junior Gordon shows will never leave you bored; just enjoying talented musicians, and funny, unexpected events that leave you laughing while Junior runs through the place!
Junior want’s families, just like his own, to enjoy their music, enjoy the show and want to hear more and look forward to the next time they will have an opportunity to come back.Get to know The Junior Gordon Band. You will become a lover of their music, charmed by their shows and a fan forever.
Thom Shepherd & Coley McCabe
Wednesday, November 28 – 8:00 PM
Hit songwriters Thom and Coley travel the world telling their stories, and singing their songs that make people laugh and cry.
They were both writing for Nashville publishing companies in the same building when they met. Their first date was a Deryl Dodd show at the Blue Bar in Nashville on April Fool’s Day, 2011. They relocated to Texas later that year and were married by Elvis in Las Vegas on October 23rd, 2015.
Coley McCabe is a platinum-selling songwriter who hails from West Virginia. She has performed numerous times on the Grand Ole Opry. While on RCA Records her song “Grow Young With You” was featured in the Natalie Portman / Ashley Judd film, “Where The Heart Is,” Her writing credits include the award winning group SheDaisy and legendary Loretta Lynn. She also starred in the feature film “Alabama Love Story.”
CMA of Texas Songwriter of the Year Thom Shepherd is originally from St. Louis, MO, is the writer of two number one country songs, “Riding with Private Malone” and “Redneck Yacht Club,” three Texas Music number ones, “Beer Season,” “My Texas,” and “The Night Is Young,” has had over 100 songs recorded by other artists, two songs on Grammy nominated albums, and multiple top ten hits nationwide and in Texas. He appears in “The Parrot Heads Documentary” with Jimmy Buffett.

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, Dave Perez of The Tejas Brothers, Koe Wetzel
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

2-7-18 – Sarah Hobbs
2-14-18 – Damon Curtis
2-21-18 – Donice Morace
2-28-18 – Curtis Grimes
3-7-18 – Jeff Grossman (Saints Eleven)
3-14-18 – Case Hardin
3-21-18 – Adrian Johnston
3-28-18 – Aaron Copeland
4-4-18 – Frank Ray
4-11-18 – Larry Joe Taylor, Dave Perez of the Tejas Brothers, Deryl Dodd
4-18-18 – Drew Moreland
4-25-18 – Cody Joe Hodges

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