Broadcasting Big Sandy Music Hall – Episode 2 – Post Modern

Broadcasting from the Big Sandy Music Hall featuring music by Billy Harvey, Heather Little, Randy Brown & Connie Mims. This episode brought to you by My Hometown Mailer, the absolute best in Direct Mail Advertising.

This week, Andrew Kirby explores some Post-Modern Music including Post-Modern Pop from Billy Harvey, Post-Modern Western music by Randy Brown and a couple favorites from Heather Little and Connie Mims. All of the artists featured on this episode will play at the Big Sandy Music Hall live and in person in the coming weeks:

March 18, 2017 @ 7:30pm – Billy Harvey

March 23, 2017 @ 7:30pm – Songwriters in the Round: Randy Brown, Heather Little, Connie Mims and The Kirbys

More about our featured artists:

Billy Harvey – Post-Modern Pop

Songs on this show: Be Kind Rewind and Empiness is Everything, both off his brand new release, Elephants In The Room

Over the years Billy Harvey has been playing his own brand of Post Modern Pop, working not only as an artist but also as a producer (Charlie Mars, Bob Schneider, Slaid Cleaves, and Steve Poltz are among his credits).
A prolific writer, he has been the recipient of the International Songwriters Award for Best Rock Song “Frozen Through”, and broke into the Top 100 on the CMJ Charts with his 2007 release “Bearsick”. His latest release “The Everlasting War” teems with raw emotion and heartfelt sentiment so succinct it is impossible not to be affected by it. Its Standout tracks include “The Greatest Escape”, “Heading for the Hills” (featured in ABC’s Private Practice), and “Let This Be The Day”. The caffeine-addled do-it-yourselfer that he is, he has also been quietly directing, animating, and editing the accompanying music videos to his records culminating in his 2008 documentary film “Everywhere Now”. Filmed entirely on his laptop camera, Harvey intimately chronicled a 7000-mile plus tour in a car powered by waste vegetable oil. Given the diversity of his interests, it is not much of a surprise to learn that he is pursuing acting as yet another form of expression. 2011 marked the festival release of “Strings” in which Harvey gained a leading role. Over the course of that festival season “Strings” won multiple awards including ‘Best Ensemble Cast’ ‘Best Song (for Harvey’s own song “The Greatest Escape”)’ ‘Best Director’ and ‘Best Cinematography’. His second Role in a feature film follows his character ‘Simon’ on a fantastical journey of self-discovery and comes by way of the Indy film “The Taiwan Oyster”. Shot on location across the island of Taiwan, “The Taiwan Oyster” is a beautifully poignant and darkly humorous road story .
Billy’s website has won various media and internet awards including the Interactive Design Award at South By Southwest and the Flash Forward award in NYC. Please visit it here…www.billyharvey.com

Billy plays the Big Sandy Music Hall fresh from his appearance at SXSW promoting the release of his 8th album, Elephants In The Room. Join us March 18th at 7:30PM for a great time with Billy Harvey. Tickets are $10 – click here to purchase.

Join us for Songwriters in the Round concert featuring original works by Andrew and Kate Kirby, Randy Brown, Heather Little and Connie Mims.

Connie Mims began her musical career in the ‘70’s in Texas, appearing everywhere from the Armadillo World Headquarters in Austin to The Troubadour in Los Angeles.  She served on the Board of Governors for the Texas Chapter of The Recording Academy as Education Chair (2005-2009), producing the annual GRAMMY Career Day for high school students. She founded and was the workshop coordinator for the North Houston Chapter (2008-2014) of Nashville Songwriters Association International (NSAI) and NSAI East Texas in Tyler, TX (2013-2016).  She has facilitated songwriting workshops for The Recording Academy, NSAI, the Kerrville Folk Festival Foundation, The Ozark Folk Center and Songwriters LAB. In 2009, she was awarded “Singer/Songwriter of the Year” from the Academy of Texas Music and “Best Singer/Songwriter 2015 Upper East Side of Texas” from the Reader’s Poll of County Line Magazine. A songwriter and publishing affiliate with BMI, Connie enjoys writing and co-writing for a variety of projects.

Heather Little was born in north-central Texas, and grew up around Austin and Dallas and all the music that thrives there. She is the co-writer of “Gunpowder and Lead” and “Me and Charlie Talkin’”, both recorded by Miranda Lambert; Sunny Sweeney’s “Helluva Heart”; and “Minefield,” on Travis Meadows’s album Killin’ Uncle Buzzy. And now you can hear more of her songwriting on Lindsey Harding’s album Sound of My Heart (including the title track)!

Born in Shreveport, LA, the son of an part-time itinerant Church of Christ preacher and cloistered songwriter. BrownRandy bought a $10 guitar on credit at the tender age of 12 and started writing songs at the age of 14. After moving from the big city of Dallas to the sleepy town of Mineola,TX in 1974 he took whatever musical jobs he could get playing in various country bar bands for 15 years or so. BrownRandy spent 11 years as a solo singer/songwriter winning a number of songwriting awards as well as recordin 2 solo CDs (Dream Big in 2007 and But Wait, There’s More… In 2013).

 

Andrew and Kate Kirby, are a light acoustic duo with fresh and light, original melodies and recognizable tunes about life experiences. Their folk rock sound is heavily influenced by classic rock, yet their close vocal harmonies and stringed instruments are true Americana. They have a combined musical career of more than 30 years experience, playing everything from festivals to private parties, to most any kind of event. The Kirbys are also the proprietors of the Big Sandy Music Hall, in Big Sandy, TX.

Randy Brown, Connie Mims and Heather Little will perform with The Kirbys on Thursday, March 23, 2017 at 7:30PM. Tickets are $10 – click here to purchase.
Don’t forget that acclaimed Christian artist Dallas Holm will be in concert at the Big Sandy Music Hall, Saturday March 25, 2017 at 7:30PM. At the time of this broadcast we had about 30 tickets left for sale for this show. Click here to check and see if there are tickets available for purchase.

See ya next time when we Broadcast from The Big Sandy Music Hall. If you’d like to sponsor a band, show or advertise, call Andrew Kirby at 903-636-4351 or email him – click here. Ya’ll take care now!

Listen anytime here or listen Mondays at 9PM on our partner station. KMOO 99.9 FM in East Texas.

 

Broadcasting Big Sandy Music Hall: Episode 1 – Married to Music

Broadcasting from the Big Sandy Music Hall featuring music by Adler & Hearne, Amy LaVere and Will Sexton, and The Kirbys. This episode brought to you by The Journal, Your Hometown News Source.

This week, Andrew Kirby takes you on an audio tour of three duo’s who create meaningful songs together and happen to be husband and wife.

ADLER & HEARNE… a spirited blend of original ‘Texas Folk,’ with Jazz and Blues overtones.

Songs on this show: The Pineywoods are Singin’ Our Song & The Bowery, both off their latest release, Simpatico

From Texas’ upper east side in the rural arts hamlet of Winnsboro, award-winning performing songwriters Lynn Adler and Lindy Hearne (self-proclaimed “organic song farmers”) tour nationally, serving up seasoned original songs mixed with fresh harvests of homegrown music in a spirited and soulful genre they define simply as “Texas Folk,” with subtle jazz and blues overtones. Adler and Hearne appeared at the Big Sandy Music Hall on May 18, 2016 and are scheduled to come back this Spring / early Summer (2017).  Visit http://www.adlerandhearne.com for more info.

 

AMY LAVERE & WILL SEXTON… “Mr. Sexton on all manner of acoustic guitar, slides easily from Spanish to to blues to the Everly Brothers, while Amy keeps the rhythm going steady, both tight and loose, by weaving subtle jazz lines throughout. To my ears, even though it is solidly in the Americana vein, its jazz underpinnings and phrasings cannot be denied.” No Depression review

Songs on this show: Cricket & Last Rock and Roll Boy to Dance, both off their latest release, Hallelujah I’m a Dreamer

Their most recent release, Hallelujah I’m A Dreamer (Archer Records, 2015), was a surprise for fans just nine months after Amy’s acclaimed Runaway’s Diary, recorded with LaVere’s husband and noted guitarist Will Sexton. On Hallelujah, Amy and Will capture the immediacy of the live show they developed on the road together, reveling in a more stripped-down sound and celebrating the freedoms and limitations that come with it in stunning form. No Depression said simply: “pure bliss.” Amy and Will have performed twice at the Big Sandy Music Hall, Thanksgiving weekends in 2015 and 2016. We expect them back again Thanksgiving weekend 2017. This concert has become a part of our family traditions and you never know how will show up. Visit http://amylavere.com for more info.

THE KIRBYS… Americana Music with haunting melodies and tight harmonies.

Kate, left, and Andrew Kirby pose Wednesday on the front steps of the old First Baptist Church they recently purchased in Big Sandy. The Kirby’s plan to convert the sanctuary upstairs in the church for a live music and performance space with offices of the newspaper publishing and printing business downstairs. Andrew D. Brosig/Tyler Morning Telegraph via AP)

Songs on this show: Know Me & Walk Away, both off their 1998 release, Two Moons

Andrew and Kate Kirby, are a light acoustic duo with fresh and light, original melodies and recognizable tunes about their life experiences. They have a combined musical career of more than 30 years experience, playing everything from festivals to private parties, to most any kind of event. The Kirbys are also the proprietors of the new Big Sandy Music Hall, in Big Sandy, TX. The Kirby’s have played at the Big Sandy Music Hall a handfull of times. “We don’t want people to get sick of us playing our own venue,” said Kate Kirby. They play a “Songwriters in the Round” show along with Randy Brown, Heather Little and Connie Mims on March 23 (Thursday) at 7:30pm. Tickets are available on this website – click here.  For more information on The Kirbys, to purchase music or see a live performance, follow them on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/The-Kirbys-210169512658616/

 

See ya next time when we Broadcast from The Big Sandy Music Hall. If you’d like to sponsor a band, show or advertise, call Andrew Kirby at 903-636-4351 or email him – click here. Ya’ll take care now!

 

 

Who’s Playing the Big Sandy Music Hall

Coming soon at the Big Sandy Music Hall:

Downings Plus

March 4 @ 7:30 pm

Downings Plus – The Gospel Music Ministry of Chris & Marlene Downing. Nominated Group of the Year 2005 by the Country Gospel Music Guild WINNERS – CGMG Group of the Year 2006

Show starts at 7:30pm, Doors open at 7pm. Tickets are $10, kids 12 and under are free when accompanied by an adult. Concessions (snacks) are available.


Songwriters in the Round: The Kirbys, Randy Brown, Heather Little and Connie Mims

March 23 @ 7:30 pm

Join us for Songwriters in the Round concert featuring original works by Andrew and Kate Kirby, Randy Brown, Heather Little and Connie Mims.

Connie Mims began her musical career in the ‘70’s in Texas, appearing everywhere from the Armadillo World Headquarters in Austin to The Troubadour in Los Angeles.  She served on the Board of Governors for the Texas Chapter of The Recording Academy as Education Chair (2005-2009), producing the annual GRAMMY Career Day for high school students. She founded and was the workshop coordinator for the North Houston Chapter (2008-2014) of Nashville Songwriters Association International (NSAI) and NSAI East Texas in Tyler, TX (2013-2016).  She has facilitated songwriting workshops for The Recording Academy, NSAI, the Kerrville Folk Festival Foundation, The Ozark Folk Center and Songwriters LAB. In 2009, she was awarded “Singer/Songwriter of the Year” from the Academy of Texas Music and “Best Singer/Songwriter 2015 Upper East Side of Texas” from the Reader’s Poll of County Line Magazine. A songwriter and publishing affiliate with BMI, Connie enjoys writing and co-writing for a variety of projects.

Heather Little was born in north-central Texas, and grew up around Austin and Dallas and all the music that thrives there. She is the co-writer of “Gunpowder and Lead” and “Me and Charlie Talkin’”, both recorded by Miranda Lambert; Sunny Sweeney’s “Helluva Heart”; and “Minefield,” on Travis Meadows’s album Killin’ Uncle Buzzy. And now you can hear more of her songwriting on Lindsey Harding’s album Sound of My Heart (including the title track)!

Born in Shreveport, LA, the son of an part-time itinerant Church of Christ preacher and cloistered songwriter. BrownRandy bought a $10 guitar on credit at the tender age of 12 and started writing songs at the age of 14. After moving from the big city of Dallas to the sleepy town of Mineola,TX in 1974 he took whatever musical jobs he could get playing in various country bar bands for 15 years or so. BrownRandy spent 11 years as a solo singer/songwriter winning a number of songwriting awards as well as recordin 2 solo CDs (Dream Big in 2007 and But Wait, There’s More… In 2013).

Andrew and Kate Kirby, are a light acoustic duo with fresh and light, original melodies and recognizable tunes about life experiences. Their folk rock sound is heavily influenced by classic rock, yet their close vocal harmonies and stringed instruments are true Americana. They have a combined musical career of more than 30 years experience, playing everything from festivals to private parties, to most any kind of event. The Kirbys are also the proprietors of the Big Sandy Music Hall, in Big Sandy, TX.

Tickets are $10.




Dallas Holm

March 25 @ 7:30 pm

Saturday, March 25, 2017 — 7:30 PM

Tickets: $10 each, (kids 12 and under are free when accompanied by an adult), Concessions available.


I started out livin’ for Jesus many years ago

He gave me His love and I gave Him my heart and my soul
Some folks said that I’d never make it
But I guess that they must’ve been wrong
Cause He’s still got control of my life and I’m still goin’ strong

Those lines from the song, The Long Ride, probably best describe the journey and ministry of Dallas Holm.

Many refer to this legendary Christian artist as a pioneer or forerunner. Holm says, “I became a Christian in 1965 and my life was radically and eternally transformed. My music became the means whereby I could express the dynamics of that transformation and share the reality of Christ with others. Through God’s grace, I’ve been part of the Christian music ministry for a long time.”

Music

Dallas has earned his influence in today’s Christian music throughout more than 45 years of writing, singing and ministry in some 4,000 concerts in every state in the USA as well as many countries abroad. His 38 recording have garnered gold records, multiple Dove awards, Grammy nominations, number one songs, and countless accolades. During his travels, Dallas also speaks and teaches what God has taught him in his journey.

Holm’s creativity and diversity offer everything from inspirational to blues, from country to reggae. Whatever the style, it all points to Christ and the Cross. Songs like Rise Again, I Saw the Lord, Here We Are and Before Your Throne remind us that it’s all about Jesus. Holm’s songs focus on His life, His death and resurrection and His desire for intimate relationship with us.

Artists such as Steven Curtis Chapman, Twila Paris and Greg Long of Avalon all make reference to Holm’s significant impact on their lives and ministries. Holm can be seen on several of the Bill Gaither Homecoming videos. On one video Gaither introduces Dallas by saying, “This is one of the nicest guys in our entire industry.” This broad appeal and respect by peers has undoubtedly been one of the reasons for Holm’s amazing longevity and relevance.

Thank you to Jack Hetzel and Ken Chen for sponsoring the show! If you’d like to help sponsor this or any other show at the Big Sandy Music Hall, call 903-345-4289.

 

Stratoblasters

April 22 @ 7:30 pm

A real favorite, the ultimate Texas Blues Southern Rock band returns to the Big Sandy Music Hall.

Purchase Tickets to this show for only $20.00 ea


In September of 1986, the Stratoblasters performed their very first set at Redux in Dallas, Texas. It should be mentioned that as the namesake goes, this was not absolutely correct. Bugs Henderson had actually coined the moniker by naming his band Bugs Henderson and the Stratoblasters some time previously. After guitarists Jimmy Wallace and Mike (Junior Clark) left, he renamed the group Bugs Henderson and The Shuffle Kings. Bugs, very graciously, consented to allow Jimmy and company to retain the Stratoblasters name as they would be carrying on the tradition of the three guitar entity.

Stratoblasters

 

For Corporate or Groups or to Sponsor these or any other show at the Big Sandy Music Hall, call 903-345-4289.

February Concerts at the Big Sandy Music Hall

The Hubbard Family

The Hubbard Family Gospel Band

Saturday, January 28 – 7PM

Tickets $10 – kids 12 and under free when accompanied by an adult. Concessions Available.


The Hubbard Family is a family of five and a five piece live gospel band. For more than a decade, Jerry & Debbie Hubbard and their three daughters Emmylou, Lorianne, and Jeri have traveled throughout their home state of Texas, across the USA, and around the world lifting up the Name of Jesus with Christ-centered lyrics and a fresh sound that crosses several genres. This has led to many different descriptions of their sound through the years; they have been classified as everything from “Christian country” and “bluegrass gospel” to “indie gospel” and “gospel fusion”. Each family member contributes vocally and instrumentally to the band which makes for an exciting live music experience. Much of their repertoire is comprised of heartfelt original songs inspired by the work God has done in their lives individually and as a family. The Bible says believers overcome by the blood of The Lamb and by the word of their testimony. The music of the Hubbard Family is deeply personal and testimony-driven. “We look at our music as an outlet to tell who we were, where we’ve been, and who we are now through the blood of Jesus. Most of all we want to tell you who Jesus is.”

Beyond The Pale

Saturday, February 11 – 7:30PM

Tickets $12 – kids 12 and under free when accompanied by an adult. Concessions Available.

Beyond The Pale is a high-energy quartet performing   Americana/Celtic/RootsMusic.   Beyond  The Pale has been performing at festivals and concert venues since 2001 and delivers a wild ride with stunning harmonies and dazzling instrumental flare. The band effortlessly spins out fiery instrumentals, humorous and haunting songs and culturally rich stories from a variety of musical traditions.  Expect the unexpected as Beyond The Pale cooks up a tasty acoustic stew on fiddle, flute, hammered dulcimer, accordion, guitar, mandolins, bodhran, whistle, concertina and saxophone. From Celtic to Cajun…Beatles to Bluegrass …Euro Swing to Texas Swing and more; discover your roots and expand your borders with this highly versatile, never-a-dull moment band!

Show starts at 7:30 PM. Tickets are $12 and can be purchased in advance at the link below.


Corporate sponsorship or group ticket blocks are available as well, call 903-345-4289 for more information.

Advance tickets are held at the door. Kids 12 and under are free when accompanied by an adult. Concessions (snacks and soft drinks) are available, and you may bring in your own adult beverages (please, be responsible). Tickets will also at the door the night of the show. Doors open at 7PM.

Beyond The Pale has recorded six CD’s .

www.beyond-the-pale.com

Facebook: Beyond The Pale@ beyondthepaletexas

Official Concert Poster for The Day the Music Died

THE DAY THE MUSIC DIED – 58 WINTERS LATER

Saturday, February 18 – 7:30PM

Tickets $10 in advance / $15 at the door – kids 12 and under free when accompanied by an adult. Concessions Available.

COMING TO BIG SANDY TEXAS FOR ONE NIGHT ONLY…
~ “THE DAY THE MUSIC DIED – 58 WINTERS LATER” ~
It was in February of 1959 when the three biggest stars of the day — Buddy Holly, Ritchie Valens and J.P. Richardson “The Big Bopper” — played their final show. The next day the talented trio died in a small plane crash near Clear Lake, Iowa.

Fifty-Eight Years Later, the music lives on because three talented men will take to the stage to honor them, playing some of the greatest songs of all time in “The Day the Music Died Production.”
The show features Shea Birdwell as Buddy Holly,Rafael Espinoza as Ritchie Valens, and Gib Maynard as The Big Bopper.
“The Day The Music Died” is an entertaining production honoring these rock & roll legends while educating the community on the history of this iconic American music and its influence on today’s culture. They will also show the impact it has had on them personally.
“The Day the Music Died” is one night only, Saturday, February 18th, 2017 at the Big Sandy Music Hall located at 100 S. Tyler Street.
TICKETS ARE ON SALE NOW AT A SPECIAL VALENTINE’S PRICING…
Advance tickets are only $10 per person and Kids 12 & Under get in FREE!
All Tickets at the door will be $15 a piece.
Tickets are available at Big Sandy Music Hall, The Espinoza Music Academy. To purchase advance tickets click the link below:


Dallas Holm

Saturday, March 25, 2017 — 7:30 PM

Tickets: $10 each, (kids 12 and under are free when accompanied by an adult), Concessions available.


I started out livin’ for Jesus many years ago

He gave me His love and I gave Him my heart and my soul
Some folks said that I’d never make it
But I guess that they must’ve been wrong
Cause He’s still got control of my life and I’m still goin’ strong

Those lines from the song, The Long Ride, probably best describe the journey and ministry of Dallas Holm.

Many refer to this legendary Christian artist as a pioneer or forerunner. Holm says, “I became a Christian in 1965 and my life was radically and eternally transformed. My music became the means whereby I could express the dynamics of that transformation and share the reality of Christ with others. Through God’s grace, I’ve been part of the Christian music ministry for a long time.”

Music

Dallas has earned his influence in today’s Christian music throughout more than 45 years of writing, singing and ministry in some 4,000 concerts in every state in the USA as well as many countries abroad. His 38 recording have garnered gold records, multiple Dove awards, Grammy nominations, number one songs, and countless accolades. During his travels, Dallas also speaks and teaches what God has taught him in his journey.

Holm’s creativity and diversity offer everything from inspirational to blues, from country to reggae. Whatever the style, it all points to Christ and the Cross. Songs like Rise Again, I Saw the Lord, Here We Are and Before Your Throne remind us that it’s all about Jesus. Holm’s songs focus on His life, His death and resurrection and His desire for intimate relationship with us.

Artists such as Steven Curtis Chapman, Twila Paris and Greg Long of Avalon all make reference to Holm’s significant impact on their lives and ministries. Holm can be seen on several of the Bill Gaither Homecoming videos. On one video Gaither introduces Dallas by saying, “This is one of the nicest guys in our entire industry.” This broad appeal and respect by peers has undoubtedly been one of the reasons for Holm’s amazing longevity and relevance.

Dallas says, “One of the great blessings of being around this long is that now I hear nightly of how God has used this ministry to change lives through the years. People come up and share how they were saved in a concert many years ago. I receive letters from parents telling me their kids came to know Christ at a concert and I also receive letters from kids who say their parents received Christ at a concert. We know of many in ministry both here and abroad who say that it was at a Dallas Holm concert where they felt the call to ministry. These testimonies and many more are the great highlight and reward of our ministry.”

For Corporate or Groups or to Sponsor these or any other show at the Big Sandy Music Hall, call 903-345-4289.

Jimi Hendrix’s Personal Photographer, Ron Raffaelli, to Appear at Big Sandy Music Hall for Hendrix Meets Clapton Tribute Concert October 1, 2016

Jimi Hendrix’s Personal Photographer, Ron Raffaelli, will give his personal account of his interaction with both Jimi Hendrix and Eric Clapton and how they felt about each other. Raffaelli will also showcase his iconic rock photography at an anniversary concert of an event that helped shape music history: when Jimi Hendrix met Eric Clapton 50 years ago to the date on October 1, 2016. The tribute concert will feature performances by local artists Rafael Espinoza and Travis Maxey at 7:30pm at the Big Sandy Music Hall located at 100 S. Tyler St. in Big Sandy, Texas.

On October 1st, 1966, Guitar Giant Eric Clapton & his band “Cream” performed at London England’s Royal Polytechnic. An unknown artist named James Hendrix showed up to the gig and asked to sit in. No one had ever asked Cream if they could sit in because they had already achieved legendary status. With a lot of hesitation, Clapton finally agreed to let this guy on the stage. Hendrix ripped through a romp stompin’ blues number and completely blew away Clapton and Cream. They had never seen a force of nature like this. James would later be known as Jimi Hendrix and he and Eric would become great musical admirers of each other and become the top 2 greatest guitar icons of the 20th century! The rest as they say is history.

Rock photographer, Ron Rafaelli, was hand-selected by Jimi Hendrix to personally document his first and only US tour with The Experience. Raffaelli went on to photograph many of Rock Music’s iconic artists including Blind Faith, The Rolling Stones, Led Zeppelin, Fleetwood Mac, Grace Slick, The Family Stone and many more. Raffaelli shot and produced nearly 100 iconic posters and album covers and toured with the elite performers of the classic rock era.

Please join them at The Big Sandy Music Hall, 50 years later to the day on Saturday October 1st, 2016 at 7:30pm as Travis Maxey & Rafael Espinoza honor this historic night and pay homage to their guitar heroes. Ron Rafaelli will open the show with his personal account of working with these two guitar legends: Jimi Hendirx and Eric Clapton.

Tickets are $10 In Advance or $15 At The Door and may be purchased online at www.BigSandyMusicHall.com, calling 903-345-4289, or in person at Big Sandy Music Hall in Big Sandy, Texas (business office rear of building) or The Rafael Espinoza Music Academy in Mineola, Texas.

Ron Raffaelli will bring some limited edition photographic art and posters that will be available for purchase and will sign autographs for attendees.

Ron Rafaelli and Rafael Espinoza are available for telephone interviews, or on air appearances prior to the show by appointment only. Call 903-345-4289 to schedule an interview.

Tyler Morning Telegraph April 10, 2016

Big Sandy music hall a hit with new owners

Published on Sunday, 10 April 2016 17:40 – Written by JACQUE HILBURN-SIMMONS, jasimmons@tylerpaper.com

Read the story here.