Repertory East Playhouse – 24266 Main St, Newhall, CA 91321
Thursday, July 28, 2016
Doors Open 7 p.m., Concert 8 p.m.
General Admission: $25
Discount Admission: $20 members of FOHP, OTNA, SCVHS, WMACC
Reservation Hotline: 661.347.9700
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“Tulare County’s Favorite Country and Western Music Band”
Jerry Hall and Trick Shot have performed at western music events in California, Wyoming, Arizona and Elko, Nevada. They’ve shared the stage with the likes of Baxter Black, RW Hampton, Waddie Mitchell, Chris Isaacs, Pat Richardson and Yvonne Hollenbeck. The band has opened for the Riders in the Sky, Pam Tillis, Larry Gatlin and the Gatlin Brothers and played along side with Rex Allen, Jr., The Sons of the Pioneers and Sons of the San Joaquin.
The group have five albums to their credit and have over twenty videos on You Tube of their live performances and have been featured on RFD TV.
Jerry Hall is the featured vocalist and a sure enough cowboy, having been raised on the Gill Cattle Ranch in Springville, CA. He still ropes and rides most everyday. Ed Hughes sings lead and harmony vocals. He trains horses on his ranch. Randy Fowler is a long time cowboy in training and arranges most of the band’s music.
We guarantee a great time – but don’t just take our word for it! Here’s what multi-award winning performer Juni Fisher says:
“Way back when….I worked with these fellas. Well, Jerry Hall and Trick Shot are still going strong. They are just plain fun and have that synchronicity, and harmonies of good friends who love to make good music together. Love these guys! Heck, they are like the brothers I never wanted…and am always so happy to hear them sharing laughs and fun of cowboy music with a wicked twist.”
SCVTV Presents The OutWest Concert Series is part of Thursdays@Newhall and made possible by SCVTV, OutWest, Repertory East Playhouse, and the Western Music Association California Chapter. Special “Thank You” to the Magazine of Santa Clarita.
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