Gary P Nunn at OTXBC

By June 12, 2017 September 8th, 2017 Blog
Gary P. Nunn at OTXBC

The Lone Star Gentleman, Gary P Nunn will be joining us on July 2nd for an amazing night of cosmic cowboy music.

-Gary P. Nunn has been TAKING TEXAS TO THE COUNTRY and Texas country to the world for some 40 years now, establishing himself as an icon of Lone Star music. A founding father of the progressive country movement out of Austin in the 1970s that changed the face of popular music, Nunn is also an independent music pioneer who continues to oversee his own record label and song publishing companies, manage his own career (with the help of his wife Ruth), and play most every weekend at top music venues throughout Texas and beyond. His composition “London Homesick Blues” — with its internationally known “I wanna go home with the Armadillo” chorus — is a signature Texas country song that was the theme for the PBS concert TV show “Austin City Limits” for nearly three decades. It’s no wonder that All Music Guide hails him as “a Texas music institution.”

In addition, the Austin great, Dickie Lee Erwin will be performing. His style can only be described as “Pure Austin Country.

-Dickie Lee’s birthplace, Hobbs, New Mexico, is in a part of West Texas and Eastern New Mexico that is fertile ground for producing musicians. Several small towns and cities within a hundred miles of Hobbs are the birthplaces of many famous names in the music business, including Roy Orbison, Buddy Holly, Waylon Jennings, Mac Davis, Gary P. Nunn, Sonny Throckmorton and the legendary Norman Petty Studio That proximity is incidental, but nonetheless, Dickie Lee’s roots are authentic.

We are offering some general admission early bird tickets at $20. Once those sell out, tickets will be $25.

We are also offering something truly unique for the die hard fans. For $50 you will have access to our second floor. This will include some snacks as well as some of the best Texas craft cocktails, curated by Steven Robbins (Half Step).

This is a huge step for us up at the taproom. We have been growing so fast and we feel it’s about time to take a breath. This show is just as much for our staff as it is for our fans. Thank you so much for supporting our beer, our food, our space, and our company.