Randy Rogers may be the busiest man in Texas. The family man, with an in-demand touring band started Big Blind Management in '16, he owns iconic Cheatham Street Warehouse, and this weekend will host the grand opening his latest business venture.

According to Dallas.eater.com, "Rogers partnered with restaurateurs Josh Babb and Sean Clavir, the minds behind Arts District Asian restaurant Musumé and Lewisville’s Prohibition Chicken, for the new venture, which is set to open its doors this summer. ChopShop Live is essentially a bigger, more music-focused version of Carrollton’s ChopShop Sports Garage, also owned by Babb and Clavir’s Rock Libations group, with space to host up to 1200 concertgoers in addition to the restaurant and bar."

ChopShop Live will officially open its doors this Saturday, July 14 -- where Rogers and fellow Texas singer/songwriter Wade Bowen are set to christen his new restaurant-venue with a opening-day concert.