It’s going to be a busy weekend at the House Pasture Cattle Company, and we’re sure you won’t want to miss a minute of the action on Saturday night. Texas Country and Red Dirt singer, Wade Bowen will be bringing his band into town to perform for the good people of Concan, TX and the surrounding areas. Continue on to read about the show Wade Bowen are putting on in just a few short days.

Showtime at the Cattle Company

Wade Bowen and the boys will be performing at the House Pasture Cattle Company on July 15, 2017. Dalton Domino will also be playing that night as a special guest. Tickets can be purchased here, and you’ll want to get to the show early as this one is sure to have long lines to get in. Don’t forget that you can pick up your bracelets early to avoid some of the line and the crowds.

It’s All About the Music

Wade Bowen has assembled a killer band with him singing lead and playing acoustic guitar, Todd Laningham and Will Knaak on guitar, Caleb Jones on Bass, and Bryan Zanotti pounding on the drums. They are a band with diverse influences from outlaw country to acts like Bruce Springsteen, Patty Griffin, Led Zeppelin, and Aerosmith. These guys know how to rock the house and bring a one of a kind stage presence to every song they perform together. According to The New York Times, Wade Bowen is “…an earnest and direct singer who wrings feeling from a small vocal gesture and whose songwriting…is graceful, with a twist like small sighs.”

About Wade Bowen

Wade Bowen is a singer-songwriter who was born and raised in Waco, TX. His musical career began when he and his friend Matt Miller started a band together called “West 84” after the US Highway that runs through the heart of Waco. While still working as a musician, he earned his degree in public relations from Texas Tech University in Lubbock, TX. He self-released his debut album, “Try Not to Listen,” in 2002 and began an aggressive performance schedule that had him playing up to 250 gigs a year. By 2008, he had landed on Billboard’s Country Albums chart for the first time with “If We Ever Make It Home” peaking at number twenty-nine. The rest, as they say, is history. In 2015, he found his greatest success to date through a duet album with Randy Rogers entitled “Hold My Beer, Vol. 1” which topped at number four.