Heart of Texas Country Music Association

 

Heart of Texas

Country Music Association’s

28th Anniversary Celebration

 Tickets  On Sale FEBRUARY 1, 2017

(325) 597-1895

 

Table Arrangements Coming Soon!

 

 
 
28th Heart of Texas Country Music Festival
At The Brand New Ed Davenport Civic Center in Brady, Texas
Tickets On Sale February 1, 2017 At 8:00 AM Central Time
www.heartoftexascountry.com (325) 597-1895 (325) 597-0515

March 17 (Friday)
8:00 PM Bobby Flores & The Yellow Rose Band with Jeff Woolsey & The Dance Hall Kings at Brady Civic Center $21

March 18 (Saturday)
10:00 AM Tommy Horton At The Heart of Texas Country Music Museum (Donation)
2:00 PM Heart of Texas Concert Featuring Moe Bandy, Darrell McCall, Tony Booth, Norma Jean, Amber Digby, Justin Trevino, Kim Murray, Mona McCall, Kaye Tolson & Frankie Miller at Brady Civic Center $21
8:00 PM Heart of Texas Dance Featuring Moe Bandy, Darrell McCall, Tony Booth, Amber Digby, Justin Trevino, Kim Murray, Mona McCall, Kaye Tolson & Frankie Miller at Brady Civic Center$21

March 19 (Sunday)
3:00 PM Norma Jean’s Cowboy Church Show with Special Guest Queen of the House Jody Miller at Heart of Texas Events Center (Donation)

March 21 (Tuesday)
7:00 PM Justin Trevino’s Two Step Tuesday Dance at Heart of Texas Events Center $10

March 22 (Wednesday)
12:00 Noon Steel Guitar Showcase at Heart of Texas Events Center (Free Admission)
6:00 PM Jam Session With Roger & Sharon Kenaston at Heart of Texas Events Center (Free Admission)

March 23 (Thursday)
8:00 PM Jake Hooker & The Outsiders And Jody Nix & The Texas Cowboys at Brady Civic Center $21

March 24 (Friday)
9:00 AM Darrell McCall & Friends Golf Tournament at Brady Golf Course (
8:00 PM Johnny Bush with Justin Trevino and Amber Digby at Brady Civic Center $21

March 25 (Saturday)
10:00 AM Tommy Horton & Angie Bain At The Heart of Texas Country Music Museum (Donation)
2:00 PM Heart of Texas Concert Featuring Johnny Rodriguez, Darrell McCall, Tony Booth, Amber Digby, Norma Jean, Landon Dodd, Dottsy, Rance Norton & Dallas Wayne at Brady Civic Center $21
8:00 PM Heart of Texas Dance Featuring Johnny Rodriguez, Darrell McCall, Tony Booth, Amber Digby, Landon Dodd, Dottsy, Rance Norton & Dallas Wayne at Brady Civic Center $21

We highly suggest that you book your hotel rooms at this time to guarantee that you will have a place to stay in Brady. The hotel contact numbers include: Best Western (325) 597-3997, Holiday Inn Express (325) 597-1800, Sunset Inn (325) 597-0789 and the Gold Key Inn at (325) 597-2185. Please tell them that you are coming for the Country Music Festival as most have a special rate for those attending the functions. RV reservations at (325) 597-2152 and ask for Tina Keys.


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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.”