Texas-Country star Cory Morrow and El Paso’s own The Dirty River Boys are rolling through Texas and Oklahoma on the Red Bull Tour Bus, a restored 1984 GMC Eagle.
Cory and the boys will be stomping the stage in eight cities in eight days. Music fans, get ready for some good ol' country tunes on the coolest stage on wheels. This is a show you won't want to miss!"
- 8/24/2011 - Fort Hood, (North Fort Hood location at heli-pad) - Killeen, TX @ 8pm
- 8/25/2011 - Aspen Heights, 201 Telluride St., San Marcos, TX @ 7:30pm
- 8/26/2011 - Fort Bliss, Freedom Crossing (civilians to enter at Cassidy Gate) - El Paso, TX @ 7pm
- 8/27/2011 - Texas Tech University - Cricket's Parking Lot, 2412 Broadway, Lubbock, TX @ 7pm
- 8/28/2011 - University of North Texas, Lot behind Riprocks & Lucky Lou's, 1211 W. Hickory, Denton, TX @ 6pm
- 8/29/2011 - Southern Methodist University - Lot next to Black Friar & Sfuzzi, 2601 McKinney Ave., Dallas, TX @ 6:30pm
- 8/30/2011 - Oklahoma State University - Eskimo Joe's, 501 W. Elm, Stillwater, OK @ 7pm
- 8/31/2011 - Fort Sill PX, 1718 Macomb Rd, Lawton, OK @ 5pm
About the Performers:
A native of Houston, attended college at Texas Tech and then moved to Austin. Cory has a large grassroots following especially within the Texas/Oklahoma collegiate scene. Cory brings a special brand of emotion & energy to his live performances; he creates personal music that harkens back to the heyday of Willie Nelson’s progressive country movement in the 70s. His music can best be defined as Texas Country. Cory has been a Friend of the Bull for over 5 years. He has participated and attended in several RB events and he literally drinks a RB before, during and after his shows.
Dirty River Boys:
DRB is a West Texas band redefining genres. The band uniquely fuses classic folk and hints of bluegrass with a modern rock edge. Band members Nino Cooper, Travis Stearns and Marco Gutierrez bring stories of personal experience and heartbroken outlaws to life with their poetic verses. The Boys also deliver whiskey slamming, foot stomping energy to classic instrument combinations of acoustic guitar, mandolin, harmonica, fiddle, cajon, snare, and banjo. The Dirty River Boys remind those listening that rock and roll is here to stay as long as it is kept a little dirty.
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