Saturday, February 2, 2013

Backseat Molly with King Richard &The Bayou Boys Opening - Canton, Texas



Saturday, February 9, 2013 from 7:00 PM - 11:30 PM
Canton, Texas


Backseat Molly with King Richard & The Bayou Boys Opening
134 W. Dallas St ( big water tower is behind us)
Canton, Texas 75103
903-567-6801/ 214-802-7726

Cost: $15 @ door or $12 on line www.outhousetickets.com


King Richard & The Bayou Boys will open the show rocking their blues & southern rock style !

King Richard is part of a long line of Texas roots-music eclectics and is among the elite few who can be identified as a triple threat. An ace guitarist, as well as a distinctive singer, and songwriter, his music blends Boogie, Blues, Bar Room Rock and Roll, Blue-Eyed Soul, Delta Blues, Road House Rock, Southern Soul,
Richard was born in New Orleans September 17, 1963, As a teenager, he played guitar in local bands and soon spent a decade playing local clubs.
After evacuating New Orleans during Hurricane Katrina, Richard made a new home in Tyler, Texas and Formed The Bayou Boys in 2010.

Texas country music rockers, Backseat Molly sum it up in the title cut to their debut album, “Texas Not Tennessee”. This powerhouse 5 piece country/rock band from Palestine Texas is experiencing great success with the release of their debut single, “Texas Not Tennessee”. The song is more an intended defiance than an album name.
Backseat Molly’s live performances are filled with high energy, foot stomping, Texas country music. The success of Backseat Molly has been due to their superb live, high octane live shows. The band’s style of country, with a rock flare, quickly established them as a regional favorite in the Palestine and east Texas area.

Backseat Molly has been taking their music to the streets and to cities all across Texas by performing with such artists as: Pat Green, Kevin Flower, Eli Young, No Justice, Josh Abbott, Jason Boland, Wade Bowen, Casey Donahew Band, Honybrowne, Charlie Robison, Rich O’Toole, Whiskey Myers, Chris Cagle, and many others.



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