We were able to get these same two bands together on August 8th for their special Armistice Day program – The Finest Hour. The title will be appropriate if we can make this happen then.Please put this on your calendar and plan to join us. We will have extra seating available for this show so please invite your friends to make reservations for this dinner and concert.Thanks again for your understanding and support during this difficult time. Per Clint Brown
Due to the current coronavirus situation we are working with Hot Club to reschedule their concert at Nocona Nights. We’ll keep you advised when we can book a new date with them. Hope you’re all doing well. Thanks for your understanding of this necessary change. Per Clint Brown
A great combo coming to the Veranda Inn Event Center this Saturday March 14th.
Doors open at 6PM, Dinner served at 6:30 PM and Concert starts around 7PM. BYOB
This concert is sold out.
Larry Joe Taylor started out in the early 70’s no different than many of his fans today: A full-time employee with a deep love of music, armed with only an old guitar and a dream. Influenced by the songs of Guy Clark, Jerry Jeff Walker, The Doors and Bob Dylan, Taylor writes songs that form his own genre he likes to call “Coastal & Western”. The varied moods of Taylor’s songs keep the crowds on their toes while he shifts from his loud-and-proud dancing tunes to soulful ballads.
Some 40 years later, Taylor finds himself right in the middle of the biggest dream of his life; to not only be a respected songwriter in his own right, but also having the opportunity to present songwriters and music he respects on one of the biggest stages in the U.S…the Larry Joe Taylor Texas Music Festival, which is preparing for its 25th year anniversary, drawing crowds of 50,000 plus.
It’s no accident Davin James begins Palmer Lake with a series of life-is-good strummers about family life and simple pleasures. Since recovering from a heart attack, James has toned his hard-charging image down, and this set reveals a markedly mellower but assuredly wiser man. Like his compadre Jesse Dayton, James totally grasps the unique groove of the Gulf Coast, and one of the sweetest voices in Texas allows him to range effortlessly from George Jones country to the closest thing a redneck is ever likely to get to Otis Redding on “Felt A Delta”. The catchy “Ain’t No Soul on the Radio” is a stone-cold Hank Williams homage lambasting the sterility of country radio.
Larry Joe Taylor and Davin James
Nocona Nights welcomes these guys to Veranda Inn Event Center
Doors open at 6; Dinner at 6:30. Concert at 7.
Nocona Nights welcomes these guys and South by Southwest to Veranda Inn Event Center this Saturday.
door at 6; dinner 6:30. Concert 7. BYOB
Sorry concert is sold out
Nocona Nights is getting the dinner, desserts, and decor ready for A Cowboy Christmas Ball with Gary P Nunn on December 14th. Do you have your tickets ?
Call the Nocona Chamber at 940/825-3526 to make your reservation. No tickets at the door. Only a few tickets remain.
Door open at 6. Dinner 6:30. 7 concert. BYOB
Tickets : Email email@example.com or call Chamber with cc number at 940/825-3526
Randall King coming to Nocona Nights this Saturday, November 9th at Veranda Inn Event Center.(not at Daddy Sam’s, as reported on another site)
Doors at 6; Dinner 6:30; Concert 7. BYOB
Humble beginnings, a cultivated work ethic and the influences of classic country legends, synchronized together in perfect harmony, make up singer-songwriter from the West Texas Plains, Randall King.
Growing up a fourth generation hay-hauler, many of King’s songs are written and inspired by his deep southern heritage and family roots.
King was raised listening to the rich and soulful, classic country voices of Keith Whitley, George Strait and Alan Jackson, to name a few, which helped create King’s musical style into what many have described as neo-traditional country. “Randall King remains to the heart and soul of country music, but no doubt brings his own unique brand to the genre,” says hit songwriter Mark Nesler (co-writer of “Just To See You Smile” by Tim McGraw, “You Look Good In My Shirt” by Keith Urban).
With a sound rooted in tradition and songwriting that showcases honesty, conviction and authenticity, King connects with fans on all emotional levels. “Randall King has a great voice that sounds classic, yet is fresh and as a songwriter he actually has something to say – be it something that touches your heart or something simple and fun that makes you wanna get out and raise some hell.” said multi-award-winning and critically acclaimed singer-songwriter Anthony Smith (co-writer of “Run” & “Cowboys Like Us” by George Strait).
Unlike the west Texas wind, King is a grounded and talented singer-songwriter who is sure to stay. “There’s a lot of people that want country music to come back around, and there’s a lot of people that will say you have to sell out and play radio hits to make it. I think for me I want to make my stamp as an artist with this record, that I can be me and still make an impact across the country.