Black Water Bride to Make Cowboy’s Debut | Wild Texas Wednesdays
Fresh off skeet-shooting with Tim McGraw, this Wednesday (July 1) Black Water Bride make their Cowboy's debut. Come out for a rock-infused country, acoustic show. And like it is every Wild Texas Wednesday, it's just $5 bucks to get in, plus $1.50 well, wine and long necks, and 50-cent drafts all night long.
This week we're proud to welcome these West Louisiana boys into East Texas. I'll be spinning the best Texas and Red Dirt Music, and in between they'll be rockin' Cowboys with their own brand of country-rock.
If you want southern country rock at its finest look no further than Black Water Bride, straight out of Shreveport, LA. Their show has been described as a straight boot heel to the jaw. No mercy, no apologies.
Comprised of four southern gentlemen, these guys will throw down anything from The Black Crowes to Black Sabbath, with a little Hank Jr. in there, all to support some great original tunes.
Black Water Bride is not bro-country, and they are not hard rock. They fall right in that sweet spot -- in between boot tappin’ and sippin’ moonshine (the real stuff).
See y'all Wednesday at Cowboy's!
- Wednesday July 1: Black Water Bride (Acoustic).
- Wednesday July 8: Johnny Cooper and Rich O’Toole.
- Wednesday July 22: Cameran Nelson (Full Band).
- Friday July 31: Whiskey Myers (Full Band).