As local governments begin easing restrictions and things slowly return to normal in Texas, Prophets and Outlaws is itching to get back out there to play shows for fans.

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As summer is kicking off, venues are beginning to book and announce concerts once again, but of course under new restrictions, and with limited capacity. Prophets and Outlaws have another idea, the guys are looking to turn your neighborhood into a venue.

"We want to play backyard / block social distancing parties. It’s how was started out 10 years ago and we always had so much fun, says front man Matt Boggs. "We can bring the whole band or do something solo/acoustic. We’ll bring lights and sound. All we need is electricity."

Like every other band, P&O misses playing for fans and being together. Until venues are once again firing on all cylinders, this is their solution.

"The Texas music community is so great about banding together during hard times,"Boggs says. "Well, these are hard times for musicians and their families along with music fans. Music brings levity and relaxation to all and we need that now."

If you'd like to book P&O for your private event, you can contact the folks at True Grit Talent at

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