We’ve got the Zydecajun King, Wayne Toups w/Special Guest: Texas Country Music Artist, Ronnie Dean Tinsley to come in for our Mardi Gras Celebration plus Crawfish Boil!
$7.50 per lb for Crawfish
or $21.00 for 3 lbs
Country / BluesFolk ZyDeCAJUN – “Four Time Hall of Fame Recipient”
1. Louisiana Music Hall of Fame – (2010)
2. Gulf Coast Museum Hall of Fame – (2011)
3. Louisiana Blues Hall of Fame – (2003)
4. CFMA Cajun French Music Association Hall of Fame – (2011)
5. Grammy Awards for Best Regional Roots Album – (2013)
You can add another nickname to the music man they call “Le Boss.” High-energy showman Wayne Toups has long been dubbed “The Cajun Springsteen,” but now you can add the title “Grammy winner” to his name. On Feb. 10, 2013, Wayne was honored with his first Grammy Award. His CD The Band Courtbouillon with Steve Riley and Wilson Savoy was announced as Best Regional Roots Music Album at the prestigious ceremony.
See Joey Birlem & Charles Gitnick, Danielle Cohn, Lauren Godwin, BeyondBrandon, Gio2Saucy, Christopher Romero, Adrian Martinez, Chase Keith, Jaxson Anderson, Blake Duffy and more! Watch for a bunch of special guest announcements soon!
1:00 – Legacy
1:30 – Premiere VIP
2:30 – Rush Early Access
3:00 – Rush Pass (General Admission)
After tour managing the biggest comedy tour in the country ( Larry the Cable guy/Blue Collar Comedy Tour ) writing movie soundtracks (one of which was nominated for a grammy) and songs that have appeared on projects selling over 6 million units: including 3 Nationally Charting Hits “ Wagon Wheel “, “ This Town Needs a bar ” & “ Cold ” on Billboard .
McComb is a performer who has seen it all.
While spending time with major & major independent record deals, appearing on bills with: Sugarland, Trace Adkins, Montgomery Gentry & many others. His first album was released to critical acclaim; “My Side of Town” was picked by People Magazine as “Nine stars to Watch”, received countless 4+ star reviews, including “Country Weekly” who called it “one of the years most encouraging albums“ .
McCombs next release “LEAP & The net will appear” was self produced / independently released and spawned a 2012 summertime Hit single “Easy as Breathin” Co-written by Jeremy and (Meghan Trainor Producer & Grammy Nominee) Kevin Kadish.
Taylor Marie is a 2015 Graduate of Shenandaoh University with a Bachelors of Science in Kinesiology with Minors in Biology and Psychology. Taylor was recently nominated for the Grizzly Rose Best Upcoming Country Artist 2016 an finished in the top 5 against country acts Flordia Georgia Line, Sam Hunt, Thomas Rhett an many other talented artist. She has recently cowritten the theme song for the Second Tour Campaign for Americas veterans. Taylor was also a nominee for top Determination at the 2016 WOBA awards. She has opened for Ray Scott, and Kevin Mac. As a Christian young lady her favorite verse is “Delight yourself in the Lord an he will give you the desires of your heart” Psalms 37:4. She knows with God anything is possible. Besides music she likes riding horses and enjoying the great outdoors!
The Lime Traders have a sound that’s hard to describe. It comes from such a
strange and diverse
background, you can’t help but wonder what mood will fall on you
as the next note plays. Almost genre
less, yet familiar, it has a way of seamlessly replacing the soundtrack to your
inner monologue. With
members as diverse as the music they play, The Lime Traders are making music wit
h no boundaries.
Originating somewhere in Texas, they found each other through a variety
of circumstances, becoming a
close group of friends all together in a town far from the scene. They decided t
o spend sundays creating
their own unique sound and batch of songs over a wood burning stove,
cold drinks and plenty of pizza.
Sooner than later they had enough material to consider recording the coll
Described as a number of things, the wide array of influences make it hard to pin
point exactly what to
call The Lime Traders. A duo of soulful vocalists harmonizing over a d
uo of heavy blues guitars, with a
foundation of deep bass and a groovy pocket to sit it all in make
it hard not to dance along. Their live
shows have a habit of forming a large and receptive crowd that gathers at the fron
t, curious about the
new groove they can’t help but stomp their feet to.
Making noise in a scene filled with some truly amazing bands, The Lime Traders
are sure to be here for a
while. Come to a show and see why for yourself.
When Nathan Bonnes was in a high school band, he received a biting piece of advice on how to improve the sound of his band – let someone else do the singing. Looking back, he has to admit that this piece of advice was true…
Things have gotten drastically better for Nathan Bonnes since then. As he entered college and began to hone his songwriting skills, he grew into his baritone voice, and started being invited to sing into the microphone all over the great state of Texas. While other musically inclined college students were piddling around on their guitar in spare time between classes, Nathan was writing daily, performing around Houston at open mics and coffee shops, and taking off on weekends for recording sessions, gigs, and practices with his band. In four years of college he wrote and produced three EPs of original material and played over one hundred shows. As he individually improved, Nathan also made many talented friends, from the best folk pickers of Aggie land to classical musicians enrolled alongside him at Rice University, which has one of the best music programs in the country. This varied cast of musician friends gives his songs a unique flavor, with string quartet arrangements soaring right beside steel guitar and mandolin. After graduating in college in 2015, Nathan has written and recorded his full length debut album, set to come out this fall.
Following the rules and waiting for something to happen has never been in country music up and coming artist, Stephen Neal’s mind saying, “ I knew the path of going to Nashville and writing hundreds of songs and playing in song-writer bars and just hoping that someday someone hears you, would not be a reality for me. I knew my opportunity would lie ahead building my own fan base and connecting with new fans in each city that I’d go”
Stephen has done just that. With just over a year since he decided to “go for it” and release his first EP, “I Just Drive” and then a second acoustic EP Stephen has amassed a fan base on his social media alone over 20,000 followers which continues to climb. “It’s fun to watch this thing grow and grow at the pace it is. Its incredible to be playing in one state and have fans show up from two states over and singing my own songs back to me when they have never seen a show or heard my music on the radio yet.”
Beyond his fresh new music, attributing to the new Nashville artist’s factor of a rapidly growing fan base would be how much he connects with his fans on social media or meeting with as many as he can before and after shows “to me it makes sense, give back to those that keep giving to you. I try when I can to get to know as many people as I can and hope that it puts a smile on their face. Its the least that I can do when they are supporting me and my music”
Incredible is also getting to play your first year out with fellow artists such as Chris Young, Joe Nichols, Granger Smith, Trace Adkins, Michael Ray and many more. “Its been pretty surreal to get to learn from these guys here in my first year, watch them from the side of the stage, catch up and pick their brains on things that I may or may not have thought of. Many of these artists had also chosen the path of grinding it out on the road for years as well which gives me a greater appreciation for their craft but also inspires me”
At the end of 2016 Stephen plans to release a new EP to go alongside what you can already hear on his Spotify channel and iTunes. “I have been working on some new songs which I would say is the most excited I’ve gotten about anything I’ve done in the music industry yet and have high hopes for whats to come”