The Turnpike Troubadours Finally Make Their Return to Tyler on Friday, Feb. 27
It's been nearly three years since we've had the pleasure of seeing The Turnpike Troubadours on a stage in Tyler.
Well, the wait's over.
The five-piece Red Dirt band invades Cowboy's in Tyler on Friday, Feb. 26, for the first show in Tyler since they played at the old Electric Cowboy in early 2012.
It wasn't long after Turnpike's last show in Tyler that they released their coming out album, 'Goodbye Normal Street,' to major success. It reached No. 14 on the U.S. Country Charts and No. 57 on the Billboard 200.
Since then the Troubadours have trekked all over the country, rarely playing the same venue close together to make it more special when they return. And that's the case on Friday night at Cowboy's -- it's bigger and better than the former Electric Cowboy, so you can expect an even bigger party this time around.
The Oklahoma-based Troubadours, whose name comes from the Indian Nation Turnpike that connected so many of the smaller towns where they first started, are already selling a ton of tickets for Cowboy's, so you better get your tickets now while you can.
And as usual, be sure to like Radio Texas, LIVE!'s Facebook page for your chance to win free tickets to the show.