Hitting the road this week first stop
Thurs. Billy's Ice House, New Braunfels, TX we kick off at 8:30
Fri. RailRoad Blues, Alpine, TX 10pm
Sat. The Office in Lubbock, TX opening for Rob Baird 9pm
Hope to see ya there!!!!
Fri Jan 21 @ theredneckcountryclub.com show starts at 8pm See y'all there!!
So excited to be part of the Bullet Blues Family, in fact I now have the honor of saying I'm a Bullet Blues Girl!!
Bullet Blues Jeans are my favorite, not only are the jeans stylish they are made right here in the USA!! Check it out for yourself I promise you will love the jeans and the story of how it all got started.
Oct 26th I'm playing a really cool venue in Fredericksburg, TX called The Auslander!
I love this place because they are big supporters of TX musicians & original music.
Hope to see ya there but come early we start at 8pm
WineStyles The Vintage
this Saturday night September 21!!!
Check out my Video from Great Day Houston!!
Make sure to watch Great Day Houston on KHOU
Fri. Aug.23 @ 9am www.khou.com/great-dayI'll be live in the studio with Deborah Duncan!!
SO Excited!! "Can't Let Go" music video
Special thanks to www.zoommovingpictures.com
YEA!!!!! I made it into the Cluttered Corner With Katie Key!! Check it out and pick up a copy of Best In Texas Music Magazine!!
for the Video Performance
For the Interview
I'm so excited I have finally finished my music!! My EP was recorded at Compound Studios and produced by Ken Tondre, I LOVE it and I hope ya'll will too.
Another review of the EP Texas Music News
My First Review by Robert K. Oermann Music Row Nashville
Jaida made her debut with a Christmas single a few weeks ago, so that leaves Sheila Marshall as our DisCovery Award winner.
SHEILA MARSHALL/Can’t Let Go
Writer: Randy Weeks; Producer: Ken Tondre; Publisher: Bug/EMI, ASCAP; Gerriec
Sidewinder guitars and a rumbling backbeat introduce the track. Then comes her strikingly bluesy, alto snarl. This baby rocks.
Songwriter Weeks was a founding member of The Lonesome Strangers, and his song was previously popularized by Lucinda Williams.
But Marshall makes it her own. Sing on, sister.
Hope To see y'all at a show soon!