Current Events

Jun 29, 2024
Summer Concert & Dance Series w/ Jody Nix

Doors open at 7:00, concert 8:00 - 11:00PM.  Come dance under the stars at the beautiful Crockett Haus Biergarden (1 block off) historic MarktPlatz in downtown Fredericksburg.

Jody Nix Awards And Accolades
61 Years Of Music
Started Playing Drums At Age 4
Set In And Played Drums With Bob Wills At Age 4
Started Playing Drums Professionally At Age 8 With Hoyle Nix and his West Texas Cowboys Summer Of 1960
Played 25 Years For My Daddy 1960 –1985
Played Drums On First Record “Corn Flower Waltz” At Age 9 1961
Started Playing The Fiddle At Age 11
Started Singing At Age 16
Voted Mr. CHS Coahoma High School 1970
Voted Most Talented Boy Coahoma High School 1970
In The Early 70’s Had Job Offers From Faron Young, Johnny Bush, Ernest Tubb and Tony Douglas
At Age 21 In 1973 Sang 3 Songs On The Historic Bob Wills and his Texas Playboys Album For The Last Time
In 1975 At Age 23 Received A Western Heritage Wrangler Award From The National Cowboy Hall Of Fame In Oklahoma City
For An Outstanding Contribution To Western Music Through The Album Bob Wills and his Texas Playboys For The Last Time
Presented To Him By Gene Autry
Recorded First Record On His Own 1978
Released His First Album In 1980
Jody Came To The Front To Run His Own Band In 1985 After The Death Of His Father
Set And Still Holds The All Time Attendance Record In The History Of The Stamford TCR Rodeo Dance In 1986
Played For The Black Tie And Boots Ball In Washington, DC In 1989 For President George H.W. Bush
Rode And Played On The Texas Float In The Inaugural Parade
Played Bob Wills Day Celebration Turkey, Texas 45 Years
Texas Cowboy Reunion Rodeo Dances Stamford, Texas 35 Years
Big Spring Cowboy Reunion And Rodeo Dances 21 Years
Howard Co. Fair Big Spring, Texas 24 Years
Post Stampede Rodeo Dances 23 Years
Boys Ranch Ball San Angelo, Texas 23 Years
Western Heritage Classic Ranch Rodeo Dance Abilene, Texas 15 Years
Played With The Big Spring Symphony Orchestra 1990, 1994, 1997 and 2016
Played With Midland – Odessa Symphony Orchestra In 1992
Played All The Western Swing Festivals Canton, Texarkana, Snyder, and Wichita Falls For Over 30 Years
San Angelo Cowboy Gathering Festival 10 years
Recorded 11 Albums On His Own
Guest Artist On Asleep At The Wheel’s 2 Album’s Tribute To Bob Wills
CMA Awards Finalist Asleep At The Wheel Tribute To The Music Of Bob Wills and his Texas Playboys Album Of The Year 1994
Guest Artist With Asleep At The Wheel In The Original Play “A Ride With Bob” 2005
Played PRCA Convention In Las Vegas, Nevada 2007, 2008, and 2009
Played American Music Festival Branson, Missouri 8 Years
Played Willie Nelson’s 4th Of July Picnic Austin, Texas 2010, In Fort Worth, Texas 2013
Played The Lincoln Co. Cowboy Symposium Ruidoso, New Mexico 2010 – 2019
Featured On Willie’s Roadhouse XM 59
In 2008 Represented The State Of Texas At The Smithsonian Folk Life Music Festival In Washington, DC
Played The Kennedy Center For Performing Arts In Washington, DC In 2008
In 1996 He Was Inducted Into The Western Swing Society Hall Of Fame Sacramento, California
In May Of 2009 Jody Nix and the Texas Cowboys Were Inducted Into The Texas Western Swing Hall Of Fame San Marcos, Texas
Inducted Into The Northwest Western Swing Society Hall Of Fame Washington State 2013
Honored By The Cowtown Society Of Western Music Living Hero Of Western Swing Award 2016
Inducted Into The Cowboy Hall Of Fame Heritage Museum Big Spring, Texas
Featured On Texas Country Reporter With Bob Phillips 2018
Inducted Into The Western Swing Music Society Of The Southwest 2019
Received The Man Of The Year Award 2020 From The Big Spring Chamber Of Commerce Big Spring, Texas
Played "Best Little Cowboy Gathering" LaGrange, Tx 2012-2020
Played "San Angelo Cowboy Gathering" San Angelo, Tx 2012- to present

Past Events

Jun 1, 2024
Moe Bandy, Wade Hayes wsg/The Stateline Band at Crockett Haus Biergarten

Doors open at 6:30, concert 7:30 - 11:30PM.  Come dance under the stars at the beautiful Crockett Haus Biergarten (1 block off) historic MarktPlatz in downtown Fredericksburg.  Artists will be doing Meet/Greet after the show.

Moe Bandy is one of America’s all-time leading classic country music Artist/Performer.

Moe’s long string of hits include “Bandy The Rodeo Clown”,“Hank Williams, You Wrote My Life”, “Till I’m Too Old To Die young”, “Americana”, “It’s A Cheatin’ Situation”, “Just good Ol’ Boys”, “Barstool Mountain”, “I Cheated Me Right Out of You”, “I Just Started Hatin’ Cheatin’ Songs Today”, “Rodeo Romeo”, “You Haven’t Heard the Last of Me”, “Holding The Bag” And dozens of other chart-toppers. Whether writing, recording new songs or travelling the world performing. Moe keeps one of the busiest schedules in show business.

Some of his noteworthy accomplishments are:

10 # 1 Hits, 40 Top Ten Hits, 66 Chart Hits, 5 Gold Albums, ACM Song of The Year, ACM most Promising Male Vocalist of the Year, American Video of the year, ACM and CMA Duet of the Year.

Wade Hayes Those long days of burning the candle at both ends inspired his debut hit “Old Enough to Know Better.” By early 1995 “Old Enough to Know Better” was reigning at the top of the chart and became the title of his debut album, which was certified gold by the Recording Industry Association of America. He also received a nomination from the Country Music Association for Top New Male Vocalist.

“It was the best time in my life,” he recalls with a smile. “I was a poor kid from a very small town in Oklahoma that had never done anything. I moved here and immediately things started happening.   I was meeting new people and getting to see my heroes live and meet them. Everything moved extremely fast.”

Hayes recorded two more albums for Columbia before making the move to Monument Records. He maintained a busy schedule on the road entertaining fans with such hits as the achingly powerful “How Do You Sleep at Night” and the raucous dance tune “Tore Up from the Floor Up.” He developed a reputation for having once of the best live shows in the business, delivering song after song that kept people on their feet singing along in arenas or packing the dance floor at major clubs across the country.

In 2022, he was officially inducted into the Oklahoma Country Music Hall of Fame. 

The Stateline Band merges honky-tonk with a rock'n'roll edge to create their self-proclaimed genre, Texas Dancehall Country. Originally formed by drummer Patrick Quain in 2003, lead singer Jody Dominguez would join the band in 2016 and the group would meet its current producer and fiddle player/vocalist Haydn Vitera (Asleep At The Wheel) in 2017 while opening for 90's Country icon Rick Trevino in San Angelo, TX.  Rounding out the current lineup are bassist/vocalist Scott Zajicek (Trent Willmon), guitarist Jeff James, steel guitarist Stan Scantling and drummer/vocalist Kris Gordon.

The Stateline Band's impact on the Texas country scene cannot be overstated. Their seamless fusion of genres has resulted in four top 10 hits on Texas country radio, a testament to their unparalleled musical prowess and widespread appeal. Their dedication to producing meaningful lyrics and irresistible melodies has cemented their place among the genre's elite.

The Stateline Band isn't just a group; they're a testament to the heart and soul of Texas. Their passion for preserving and evolving the tradition of country music is palpable in every note. It's a sound that's unmistakably Texan yet universally appealing.

Nov 27, 2021
A Texas Country Christmas Celebration Featuring Tracy Byrd and Darryl Worley

Full Circle Moments, LLC in association with Don Strange Ranch, Center Stage Magazine, & Texas Hunters for Heroes proudly present A Texas Country Christmas Celebration featuring Tracy Byrd, Darryl Worley, Felix Truvere, and Braydon Zink.

Don Strange Ranch
103 Waring Welfare Road
Boerne, TX 

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