Jerrod Medulla will be on the WNL stage tonight at Toupsies!

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The KACQ Wednesday Night Live show starts at 7pm on Toupsie’s covered patio with plenty of music and fun for everyone in the mid-week night-out relaxer.

There will be the usual door prizes…and plenty of chances to meet and visit with our artists and get a selfie pix.

WNL is a favorite fun service of Lampasas Radio and its partners, Toupsie’s, Quality Inn, The Cake Lady, Rhonda’s Travel and Tours, Badger Storage and Lampasas Grooming.

 

WNL Tonight

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Top recording artists Jenni Dale Lord, along with side man Steve Lott are to be here, and new singer Jordan Robert Kirk will all be on the WNL stage at Toupsies!

The KACQ Wednesday Night Live show starts at 7pm on Toupsie’s covered patio with plenty of music and a moderately pleasant evening weather-wise.

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These artists are new to our WNL stage. Jenni Dale Lord (above right) was a finalist for the 2018 New Female Vocalist of the Year for the Texas Regional Radio & Music Awards. She’s a favorite attraction in the Lubbock music venues that we have tried to get for the last few years and we’re especially proud to have finally coaxed her into a visit here.

Jordan Robert Kirk (lower right) is another Lubbock singer that trends more toward traditional country songs.

There will be lots of door prizes and plenty of chances to meet and visit with your favorite singers…who love posing with fans for selfies.

WNL is a favorite fun service of Lampasas Radio and its partners, Toupsie’s, Quality Inn, The Shoppe on Key and the Flower Shop, Texas Real Estate, Webb’s Electric, LJD Trailers, Bella Italia Restaurant and DH Land Company.

 

Wednesday Night Live Tonight!!

Top recording artists Cameran Nelson, Holly Tucker and Damon Curtis will be on the WNL stage tonight at Toupsies!

 

The KACQ  Wednesday Night Live show starts at 7pm on Toupsie’s covered patio with plenty of music and fun for the mid-week night out relaxer.

There’ll be lots of door prizes and plenty of chances to meet and visit with your favorite singers…who love posing with fans for selfies.

 

 Cameran Nelson's current single, out about  3 weeks now, is called Life Is, and it’s quickly going up the radio play charts.   

Cameran Nelson's current single, out about  3 weeks now, is called Life Is, and it’s quickly going up the radio play charts.

 

 Holly Tucker's past best was called Dallas on Your Boots.  Though it’s been a while now, people still remember Holly as the Baylor student who had a good run on TV in “The Voice” .   

Holly Tucker's past best was called Dallas on Your Boots.

Though it’s been a while now, people still remember Holly as the Baylor student who had a good run on TV in “The Voice” .

 

 Damon Cutis, below has a song called Here’s to Goodbye that was up on the charts for a while. Damon is from Moulton, TX.

Damon Cutis, below has a song called Here’s to Goodbye that was up on the charts for a while. Damon is from Moulton, TX.

 Cameran Nelson was happy to be performing with the two because they have worked together in the past and are good friends. Holly sang harmony on Cameran’s last recording session and they should harmonize well in their fun show tonight.   WNL is a favorite fun service of Lampasas Radio  and its partners, Toupsie’s, Quality Inn, The Shoppe on Key and the Flower Shoppe, Steve Miller, Independent Agent for Hochheim Insurance, and D.H. Land Company of Lometa and Lampasas.   

Cameran Nelson was happy to be performing with the two because they have worked together in the past and are good friends. Holly sang harmony on Cameran’s last recording session and they should harmonize well in their fun show tonight.

WNL is a favorite fun service of Lampasas Radio and its partners, Toupsie’s, Quality Inn, The Shoppe on Key and the Flower Shoppe, Steve Miller, Independent Agent for Hochheim Insurance, and D.H. Land Company of Lometa and Lampasas.

 

Calamity Janes in Lampasas

The show, hosted by Toupsie's Cajun Restaurant, and artists are hosted by Quality Inn of Lampasas. The show will begin at 7 pm, and is broadcast live on KACQ 101.9 and lampasasradio.com. 

This Wednesday Night Live show is sponsored by Steven Miller, agent with Hochheim Insurance; Cattle's Pharmacy; DH Land Co.; and Blue Star Jewelers.

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Riders Ford Comes to Town

The bus and big band left Oklahoma early this morning – should arrive late afternoon for tonight's 7pm WNL show at Toupsie's.

 

The Riders Ford Band is one of the fastest rising country music bands in the country. It's a big band with a big song list and big talent behind it, and it's what most of us would call “real country.”  Their breadth of style and talent becomes obvious with the western swing hit “Home to Oklahona” that has been on the charts for the past few months. It's reminiscent of the G. Strait treatment of a solid western swing tune. From there the band moves to a Nashville-style country tune that brings crowds to the dance floor. The band's sets will entertain and be “in charge” from the time they arrive.

If you're a regular for Wednesday Night Live, you'll know the shows vary widely in style from “listening room for talent new and old,” to “songwriters showcases” to “big shows and big talent.” Please know that this one is expected to be in the category of the latter.

If you haven't been a regular or if you're in the “never done it” category, please know that this should be a good place to start.

Riders Ford is a band we expect to see a lot of in the future and Lampasas Radio is really excited that they have agreed to make this trip from mid-Oklahoma straight to Lampasas...just for this show.

Remember, these other things:

WNL comes in a two set box. The first one starts at 7pm.

Intermission includes drawings for Schlitterbahn tickets and gift certificates from local merchants.

The second set is always the best, and its always over about 9pm so you can get home and get plenty of sleep before work tomorrow.

After the show the artists are always happy to pose for pix or to show you their merchandise, sign T-shirts, CDs, etc.

Join us for the free live show, and if you can't make it, remember we will be streaming live on lampasasradio.com.

Great Fun at WNL

Once again we had great fun at Wednesday Night Live last night with three singers on stools.  The contrast was certainly there with a 30-ish Steven Chadwick with his current chart topping
music on one side, a 50-plus Freddie Pate on the other side with his years of touring and playing more traditional country music, and in between the two was teen-age young Julia Hatfield who is just starting out on a career in country music and already has a song on the
country music charts. You never know where it's going to go in these shows, but we always know that the second set, from 8 to 9pm, is going to be the best. That's where the musicians are more relaxed with the crowd, they begin to harmonize and play and sing background for each other, and they start with the old favorites and “cover” songs. There was one especially crowd pleasing moment when Freddi Pate came up with I'll Fly Away, and not only the other
singers but almost everyone in the crowd was singing along. Not long after that, Steven  Chadwick threw off the “country” mantle and came up with a really great Under the Boardwalk.

WNL to Showcase Three Artists at Toupsie's at 7pm

Two guys and a girl, on stage at Toupsie's Restaurant tonight.

On th eleft, coming off his top of the charts tune, “Lets Do This Thing”, Stephen Chadwick.  In the center, one of the newest and hottest female singers on the Texas music scene....Julia Hatfield.   And, on the right, a guy that brings the comment, “That's my kinda' country!” Freddie Pate.

These three independent artists will be on the stage for Lampasas Radio in a song swap at 7pm tonight.

 Along with the music, of course we'll have the usual drawings for gift certificates and Schlitterbahn tickets, an opportunity for you to meet the artists, pick up a copy of their CD, snap a selfie or just enjoy an evening of music and fun.

Join us for the free live show, and if you can't make it, remember we will be streaming live on lampasasradio.com.

WNL shows are brought to you courtesy of Complete Chiropractic Care, Stoney's Liquor, 2B Signs, Diversified Insurance, the Inn at Lampasas and of course, our host venue for the week, Toupsie's Restaurant. 

WNL to Showcase Saints Eleven at Toupsie's at 7pm

Fort Worth area band, Saints Eleven, will be the feature act at Toupsie's covered patio tonight from 7-9pm.

 Even if it's raining outside, we'll be in the dry and enjoying singer-songwriter Jeff Grossman and his Saints Eleven band in two straight sets. Along with the music, of course we'll have the usual drawings for gift certificates and Schlitterbahn tickets – maybe even some Saints Eleven merch.

Join us for the free live show, and if you can't make it, remember we will be streaming live on lampasasradio.com.

WNL shows are brought to you courtesy of Complete Chiropractic Care, Stoney's Liquor,2B Signs, Diversified Insurance , the Inn at Lampasas and of course, our host venue, Toupsie's Restaurant. 

Full House Tonight At WNL

Toupsie's covered patio stage will be filled with music tonight as three acts show up at the venue for Lampasas Radio's Wednesday Night Live.

First up on the stage is a song swap by Houston area artist Will Carter and Wichita Falls area's Luke Robinson. The singer- songwriters will be opening their songbooks at about 6:30pm for the first show. Both have songs climbing up the charts in the Texas and Southwest Regional Radio Charts.

At around 7:45pm the Waco area Brett Hendrix Band will come on stage with their live show.

For radio and internet listeners the WNL show will go on air over KACQ and at www.lampasasradio.com at 6:30pm and continue for the full show to about 9pm.  WNL shows are always no-admission and this week's local sponsors are Complete Chiropractic Care, Stoney's Liquor, Inn at Lampasas and of course, our host venue, Toupsie's Restaurant. 

Rich O’Toole Was Fun

Wednesday Night Live was great fun as he appeared with our Lampasas Radio show at Toupsie’s Restaurant covered patio. Taking requests from the audience and get ting crowd participation  as  he best part of it all for Rich, who was in a bit of a lull between scheduled concerts at Lubbock  and Corpus Christi and decided to spend a day and night