Heart of Texas Country Music Association

Heart of Texas

Country Music Association’s

26th Anniversary Celebration

Tickets Go On Sale February 3, 2015 at 9:00 AM

(325) 597-1895

 

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Heart of Texas Country Music Association’s
26th Anniversary Celebration
 

Tickets Go On Sale February 3, 2015 at 9:00 AM


(325) 597-1895    (325) 597-0515



March 20 Friday

 Brady Civic Center
8:00 PM  Dance $20     
Bobby Flores & The Yellow Rose Band With Darrell McCall, Tony Booth And Curtis Potter

March 21 Saturday 
10:00 AM  Tommy Horton at Heart of Texas Country Music Museum ($5 donation)
Brady Civic Center
2:00 PM  Traditional Concert $20
8:00 PM  Dance    $20                      
Stonewall Jackson, Darrell McCall, Amber Digby, Curtis Potter, Norma Jean, Tony Booth, Justin Trevino, Kim Murray, Frankie Miller, Justin Trevino, Mona McCall and Diane McCall

March 22 Sunday

Heart of Texas Events Center
3:00 PM  Norma Jean’s Cowboy Church Gospel Show  (By Donation)

March 24 Tuesday

Heart of Texas Events Center
7:00   Two Step Tuesday With Justin Trevino and Friends  ($10 At The Door)

March 25 Wednesday

Heart of Texas Events Center
6:00 PM  Open Jam  (Contact: Kyle Moseley at 325-243-5264)

March 26 Thursday
9:00 AM  Free Mason Bus Tour (Contact:  Debbie Rule at 325-597-2119)
Thursday  Brady Civic Center
8:00 PM  $15
The Tommy Hooker Band With Leon Rausch and Rance Norton

March 27 Friday

Brady Golf Course
10:00 AM 
Darrell McCall Golf Tournament         
8:00 PM  Brady Civic Center  $20
Johnny Bush With Justin Trevino and Amber Digby

March 28 Saturday 
10:00 AM  Tommy Horton at Heart of Texas Country Music Museum ($5 donation)
Brady Civic Center
2:00 PM  Traditional Concert $20
8:00 PM  Dance $20
T. Graham Brown, Darrell McCall, Amber Digby, Norma Jean, Dottsy, Rance Norton, Tony Booth,  Justin Trevino, Kaye Tolson & Curtis Potter
 


 

 

  PAST PERFORMANCES BY
 
  CURTIS POTTER, TONY BOOTH, & DARRELL MCCALL

 

For More Information, Contact Heart of Texas Records  at (325) 597- 1895

 

 

 

 

Lodging

 

Best Western

2200 South Bridge

Brady, Texas

(325) 597-3997


Sunset Inn

2108 South Bridge

Brady, Texas

(325) 597-0789

 

Gold Key Inn

2023 South Bridge

Brady, Texas

(325) 597-2185

 

Holiday Inn Express and Suites
2320 South Bridge Street
Brady, Texas 76825
(325) 597-1800


RV Spaces (325) 597-2152


Rockin R RV Park

Brady, Texas
(325) 597-1866


 

Hill Country Inn

454 Ft. McKavett

Mason, Texas

(325) 347-6317

 

Slumber Inn

1085 US Hwy 87 West

Eden, Texas

(325) 869-5560

 

Holiday Inn Express

504 West Commerce

Brownwood, Texas

(325) 641-8085

 

 

The Heart of Texas Country Music Association grew from the Hillbilly Hits Fan Club, a group established to promote the Hillbilly Hits Radio show from KNEL FM 95.3 in Brady. The traditional Country Music radio show is hosted by Tracy Pitcox and features requests and interviews with the legendary figures of the industry including George Jones, Willie Nelson, Kitty Wells, Ray Price, Bob Wills, Conway Twitty and Loretta Lynn.

The association, which boasts 850 members, promotes the Mason and Llano Country Opry shows at the Odeon and Lantex Theaters. The organization has sponsored many Country Music entertainers at those venues including Ray Price, Gene Watson, Kitty Wells, John Conlee, Freddie Hart, the Geezinslaws and Jean Shepard among others. The group also plans various trips to Branson and Nashville and operates Heart of Texas Records with projects currently by Leona Williams, Floyd Tillman, Justin Trevino, Frankie Miller, Darrell McCall, Pretty Miss Norma Jean and Curtis Potter.

The Heart of Texas Country Music Museum located in Brady, contains items from over seventy five country music entertainers including Patsy Cline, Merle Haggard, Johnny Cash, George Jones, Hank Thompson and even Jim Reeves’ 1956 tour bus.

“We are excited about celebrating our 23rd Anniversary,” Tracy Pitcox said. “We have enjoyed a great relationship with many of our KNEL listeners. Our group grew from a small core of listeners to an 850 member organization that promotes traditional Country Music throughout our state. We are certainly looking forward to celebrating this milestone.”