With their debut full-length album, Simple Folks, Flatland Cavalry is sending ripples throughout the Texas and Red Dirt scene.

Notoriously critical, Saving Country Music, can't even deny the charisma of this West Texas band: "Young, fresh-faced and hungry, they’re looking to carve their own little spot out in Texas music and beyond for fans that that don’t just want to hear, but listen. “Easy on the ears, heavy on the heart” is how the group presents themselves, and this is probably a fair representation of their first full length album Humble Folks. Comparisons to the Turnpike Troubadours, where you have weight in the songwriting, but harmonious appeal in the music, are probably fair as well."

This week front man, Cleto Cordero, will be my musical guest at Coach's in Tyler, for the Wednesday Night, LIVE! Music Series.

Each week Coach’s is site to the best live music the Texas scene has to offer. And just in case great live music isn’t enough to get you out for a happy humpday, Coach’s extends Happy Hour specials till 11 p.m.

Get there early for the best seats, live music starts at 9 p.m.

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