Cody Johnson, Dean Seltzer, Thieving Birds
The Red Dirt Pavilion in Buffalo Gap is putting on a 3-band show on Saturday night, May 25th. This Memorial Day Weekend concert will feature three bands, including the Thieving Birds, Dean Seltzer and the Redneck Mothers and Cody Johnson.
$25.00 General Admission
Purchase Online: Outhouse Tickets.com
Date and Time
Saturday, May 25th at 6:00pm
All ages are welcome to attend shows at Red Dirt Pavilion, an outdoor music venue located just West of Buffalo Gap along the beautiful foothills of the Callahan Divide. The Red Dirt Pavilion has a covered stage and dance floor. Bring your lawn chairs, and coolers (no glass please) and come out and enjoy fun filled weekends featuring great live music.
Thieving Birds are a band from Fort Worth, Texas that was formed in September of 2010. These four friends combine Rock, Country, Roots and Blues to create a unique musical offering to their audience. The lyrics are thoughtful and strong being carried by the sultry and powerful voice of vocalist and guitarist Ace Crayton. The Rhythm section is filled out by the strong and solid drumming of Beau Brauer along with the precise Bass playing of Rody Molder. Lead Guitarist John Seidler weaves notes together to create a landscape of guitar work that will make you feel as if you’re moving across the terrain of their great state.
They released their debut, self-titled album in June, 2011 and entertain and amuse audiences with their high- energy live sets. “All we want to do is play music together, to have that moment on stage when we’re all feeling the song, and to have the crowd share that moment with us… you can’t get that feeling anywhere else. That’s live music. That’s why we do it” says Crayton.
Dean Seltzer and the Redneck Mothers
Dean plays music because he loves it and has no desire to do anything else. He’s done shows with superstars like Dwight Yokam, Aaron Tippin, Molly Hatchet, Bad Company, Jimmy Vaughn, Charlie Daniels, David Allan Coe, Billy Joe Shaver to name just a few. He’s played in front of crowds as large as 56,000, and Seltzer brings what he calls, “a high energy obnoxious redneck rock n roll” show to the stage every time out.
Logic would tell you that Cody Johnson and his band have a long way to go to hit their potential. However, with only 2 albums into his music career, and still very much on the youthful side, the Huntsville, Texas native is well ahead of the curve. Cody Johnson possesses a are a rare blend of talent and youth, and when combined with his enormous dedication to his music and great work ethic, you’re bound to outperform expectations. And he has.
Cody came into the Texas music scene, seemingly from out of nowhere in 2010, and has impressed everyone who crosses his path. It’s easy to get caught up in the easy to identify with songs Johnson writes, and the energy and quality brought to the live show is comparable to the likes of Aaron Watson (yes, I went there folks). Cody is currently featured on the Texas music scene-based reality TV show ‘Troubadour TX’.