Texas Country at the Crossroads concert is on Saturday



Carley Du Ménil-Martinez
Jenni Dale Lord group from Lubbock. The group will perform on September 25 at the Grand Opéra d’Uvalde.

The next event in the Texas Country at the Crossroads concert series at Uvalde Grand Opera House is scheduled for Saturday starting at 7 p.m.

The event is carried out in partnership with UvaldeRadio.net and includes live performances from Ragland, an American band from Tahlequah, Oklahoma; September Moon of Arlington; and the Jenni Dale Lord Band from Lubbock.

This is the second opera concert in this series. Opera Director Caitlin Visel said the idea behind this series is to provide an opportunity for emerging artists in the Texas country music scene to gain exposure in the Uvalde area.

The concept was boosted by a series of live performances and interviews with Robert Miguel de UvaldeRadio.net.

Tickets cost $ 15 and are available online at uvaldeoperahouse.org, or in person at the Opera Box Office, 104 W. North St.

For more information, 830-278-4184.

Emily Fell / FallRagland
Ragland members, a husband and wife led the Oklahoma Americana group. The group will make its second performance at the Grand Opéra d’Uvalde on September 25th.

Ragland

The American group Ragland, made up of husband and wife, is based in Tahlequah, Oklahoma. This will be their second appearance at the Grand Opéra d’Uvalde. Ragland was formed when two solo artists, Autumn Ragland and Sam Cox, combined their acts after getting married in the summer of 2015. In 2016, the band released their debut album along with two other EPs in 2017 and 2018.

On Valentine’s Day 2020, Ragland released their fourth album, “More Like A Melody” with their current single “Love, Liquor, and a Place to Die,” an ode to small town life.

Lord Jenni Dale

Lubbock-based Jenni Dale Lord has returned home after a decade of performing on the Austin music scene.

“Part Texas, part Bakersfield, part old school and new, Jenni Dale Lord Band has created a style of its own, blending elements of country, rock and blues in a tasty emulsification,” reads his YouTube profile.

James thornquist
Members of the group September Moon, known for their unique folk, rock and Americana sound. The group will perform on September 25 at the Grand Opera House in Uvalde as part of the Texas Country at the Crossroads musical series.

September moon

September Moon is described as “a vocal harmony-centric lively band that creatively blends country, folk, rock, Red Dirt and Americana into one sound.”

Band members include Daniel Wayne Brown, playing guitar and vocals; Katherine Brown, vocals, guitar, ukulele and harmonica; PJ West, lead guitar and vocals; Mo Stevens, bass; and Marc Mirelez, drums.

[email protected], 830-278-3335


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