The Woodlands, Texas (PRWEB) December 22, 2011
Dosey Doe is a 160 year old tobacco barn from Kentucky which has been transplanted to The Woodlands, Texas. The result is perhaps the coziest and best sounding venue in Texas, as many artists will say that it’s like playing in their living room in front of friends and family. Dosey Doe is pleased celebrate its 5th year anniversary with a sample of the upcoming performances:
Pam Tillis (January 13): Pam followed “Don’t Tell Me What To Do” with her signature hit “Maybe it was Memphis” in 1992 and Mel Tillis’s daughter found herself off to the hit song races. Sweetheart’s Dance, earned her the CMA female vocalist award. Grammy nominated for “All the Good Ones Are Gone”. Pam later appeared in the Broadway Musical Smokey Joe’s Café and then joined the Grand Ole Opry in 2000.
Chris Knight (January 20): A singer/songwriter from a tiny mining town in KY who is compared to John Prine & & Steve Earle. After perfecting his story songs about downtrodden small-town America he came to Nashville. Since his debut in ’97 he has gone on to become one of the most popular names in Americana music. Join Chris for this rare Acoustic Duo Show.
Dan Hicks & His Hot Licks (January 21): Singer/songwriter Dan Hicks is truly an American original. Since the Early 1960s, Hicks has deftly blended elements of Swing, Jazz, Folk & Country music to create the appealing sound he sometimes calls “Folk Jazz” This is a very rare Texas visit not to be missed!
Roger Creager – Real Life Real Music (January 24): Four albums, hundreds of thousands of road miles, and an ever-expanding fan base have helped create this artist’s distinctive brand of hard-core rousing TX country music. Join Kyle Hutton as he talks and plays with this Texas favorite in a recorded-for-radio event.
Monte Montgomery (January 27): “The Bottom Line: Do Not miss a chance to see him. A legend in the making -LA Times. Hailed by Guitar Player Magazine as one of the TOP 50 All Time GREATEST GUITARISTS. He has also won BEST ACOUSTIC GUITARISTS at SXSW’s Awards 7 times in a row: the only artist to have ever done so.
Sammy Kershaw (January 28): Often referred to as the heir apparent to the legendary voice, George Jones, Sammy helped make the 90’s a shining decade for country music. While his walls are lined with Platinum he says that his best music is right now and his shows are better than ever. This show usually sells out so order early!