Thursday we congratulate the graduating cadet class of 2015 C of the Houston Fire Department. Join us in celebration of these fine individuals and their accomplishment!
The passing of the boot is a tradition. Be a part of it!
This show features craft beer and live music each Thursday Night starting at 7 pm. The show airs Friday on ESPN then Sunday at 8 pm on Badlands Radio.
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From sharing a piano bench with his Grandmother, to opening for Joe Walsh, Dierks Bentley, The Eli Young Band, Wade Bowen, Stoney LaRue, Randy Rogers Band, Cody Canada and the Departed, Reckless Kelly, Aaron Watson and many other great artists… Chance Anderson has realized his fate. This 2007 ‘All American’ graduate has an undeniable talent that stretches far beyond the city limits of Empire, Oklahoma. Although he’s been singing in church since he could talk, his passion for this life was unrealized until he began writing, as a ‘release’, at age 16. This singer/songwriter has had no shortage of hard times in his young life, but says he is thankful for them all… as this is where his inspiration resides. His ‘inspirations’ earned him two nominations for male vocalist of the year, along with songwriter of the year, in the 2007 Payne County Line Awards. Chance’s success isn’t surprising for anyone who has ever heard his music. The reality of his songs combined with the emotion in his voice would have you believing he was a true veteran of life.
“Sam Riggs wears a legacy of honest country, makes good rock, writes lyrics that matter and straps on a stage presence second to none.” — Ray Wylie Hubbard
We couldn’t say it better. Come and see Sam to catch all the excitement.
Cody Bryan Band first started cutting their teeth in the country scene with a residency at the famous Austin listening room The Saxon Pub. Fans took notice, and it wasn’t long before the guys were playing shows with Roger Creager, Granger Smith, Casey Donahew, Bart Crow and Nashville mainstay Will Hoge, to name a few.