The Tone Deaf Cowboys: LIVE on High Plains Morning (& IN CONCERT on Saturday Night in Canyon)
Folks, if you're in the TX Panhandle, don't miss The Tone Deaf Cowboys – TOMORROW NIGHT, Saturday, June 29th from 8 to 11pm at the Palo Duro Creek Ranch...right before the entrance to the Canyon at 11301 TX-217.
This show is sponsored by Palo Duro Jeep Tours at Palo Duro Creek Ranch (11301 TX-217, Canyon)—just before you get to the canyon. If you have questions, call (806) 866-2100. You can also get info online.
Hear the full interview and live performance by clicking the link below:
MORE ABOUT THE BAND: Formed at Austin College in the 1980s, The Tone Deaf Cowboys were one of the very first Americana bands in Dallas, and their unique amalgam of classic country, bluegrass, and rock helped usher in what was a new sound in that era. Frequent performers at the iconic Poor David’s Pub and Uncle Calvin’s Coffeehouse, this band of songwriters includes several members who’ve gone on to have music careers of their own, but has never recorded an album as a band before now. They are putting the final touches on the long-awaited full length album, Saturday Night in the Promised Land, which will be released this Fall. The band is reuniting for a tour and series of concerts in celebration of this project, and Palo Duro Jeep Tours will be hosting the very first one. Don’t miss this fun, special event! BYOB, bring lawn chairs & dancing shoes. Family friendly. There is a cost at the gate, but it's not much! Bring some cash, y'all.