Wednesday Night Live

The WNL Road Show is back at Toupsie’s Restaurant again tonight. On stage tonight are Jake Worthington – fresh off a number one hit on the radio top one hundred, and fresh off the popular TV program, The Voice. If you listen to radio at all, you must have heard his big hit, “A Lot Of Room To Talk.” Jake is an entertainer .

With Jake Worthington on stage tonight is Sarah Hobbs. This lovely and talented gal grew up, and still lives, in the piney woods east Texas area at Jefferson. And she is country, with a delightful ability to capture the strains of the great female singers of Nashville like Loretta Lynn.

The KACQ WNL show will kick off at Toupsie’s at 7pm and run to 9. Come early if you’re eating or just gettin’ off work, but know this… The second set is always the best one, and it will be on about 8pm. Come see us for the WNL show every week at one of our local Lampasas venues – we’re having great fun bringing music to our town.

Wednesday Night Live

The KACQ WNL show tonight is at Toupsie’s, kicking off at 7pm with recording artists Kirk Baxley and Julia Hatfield. There is no admission charge! Julia is a young singer / songwriter
that is at home at venues of all sizes, from College Station to Luckenbach to San Antonio or
Round Mountain, Texas. She is recognized as one of the “most likely to succeed” in the tough
world of making it as a female singer in a male Texas Country format.

 

Kirk Baxley is fast becoming an established act from the Coast of Texas to the sands of New Mexico to the recording studios and song shops in Nashville. Just google-up his new video on
U-tube to get a sample of this versatile singer. Kirk and Julia will be on stage from 7 to 9pm tonight at Toupsie’s patio stage.

Wednesday Night Live

It will be another WNL this week in the Toupsie’s series, kicking off at 7pm on the covered patio. This week it’s a song swap with Drew Fish and Bradley Banning on stage. Both singers are currently enjoying airplay and chart reporting at Texas and southwest radio stations and internet stations alike. There is no admission charge to Lampasas Radio’s WNL concert series as we enter into our 8th year of these regular summertime events.

Tonight – WNL with Folk Family Revival

Featuring the Lankford brothers, Mason, Barrett & Lincoln, and family friend Caleb Pace.

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The Folk Family Revival Band is on their second full CD and coming off such songs as I Drew A Line, If it Don’t Kill You, and American Standard, off their Water Walker album. This second generation now has the song Addicted To The Road making the rounds on players at Texas and Southwest radio stations.

The group is actually home boys-sort of.  They are from the little town ofMagnolia, TX, that we’d say is “down toward Houston.”

They’ll be on stage at Toupsie’s for two sets this evening, starting at 7pm on the heated patio.  There is no charge, everybody is on our guest list. Come and enjoy the show.

 

WNL with Pauline Reese

WNL with Pauline Reese

As this year’s Wednesday Night Live music series gets closer to its end, the Lampasas Radio production this week features Pauline Reese.Pauline Reese has been a Texas favorite since the late 90s, with any number of hit songs. She’s also been a favorite on a lot of duet recordings,
sharing songs with the likes of Willie Nelson and others.She’s always been a superstar at 101.9, and we are proud that she’s agreed to come for our show.

WNL with David Lee & Kaleb McIntire

 

 

Kaleb McIntire starts tonight’s show at 7:30 pm at Toupsie’s with his original  kind of country music. Kaleb’s influences encompass many styles, including Elvis Presley and George Strait. The result is a tribute to those who built the bedrock of country music but still have that modern feel. Kaleb’s current single, Find Another Baby is currently climbing the Texas Charts.

David Lee,  a hometown celebrity from Oakalla visited with the morning crew this morning (below with Ronnie Witcher) David. will be onstage at about 8:15pm tonight. David has written or co-written scores oftop country songs, including“19 Somethin’” by Mark Wills, “Letters from home” by John Michael Montgomery, and “Lucky Man” by Montgomery Gentry. David has also written for George Strait, Alabama, and Billy Currington.

David’s new single “Bringin’ Hippie Back” is making it’s way up the charts and receives a lot of airplay on KACQ 101.9.

There will be a brief reception before Wednesday night’s show at  6pm at Toupsie’s for David . His former classmates, teachers and friends that want to say hello are welcome.

If you can’t make the show, tune it to 101.9 FM or lampaasasradio.com

Case Hardin Country WNL Oct 26

Wednesday Night Live on Oct. 26 will feature Case Hardin, a San Angelo native who splits his time between college and his band gigs. The young man stepped into the recording scene recently with a song called, Sign Of A Fool, that is what most of us would call "real country." The traditional strains, if nothing else, make you wanna' two-step around the room. We had Case in a show a couple months ago, and were impressed with his treatment of "cover" songs. He does 'em well!

Join us for a real country treat at Toupsie's Restaurant on October 26th at 7pm. The free concert is a listener appreciation service of KACQ, 101.9FM.

   

Tonight - WNL

Our fall series of Wednesday Night Live kicks off this evening at 7:30pm at Toupsie's Restaurant with Brandon Jenkins on the stage…a long with Libby Koch, and we understand that Felix Truvere will also be at the show this evening.

When it comes to Texas and Red Dirt music, it doesn't get any better than super-star Brandon Jenkins, along with the sensation that's being created by newbie Americana star Libby Koch. Libby is just returning from last weekend’s Americana Music Festival and Conference in Nashville.

Felix Truvere’s current song, Middle of the Bed, is a favorite of many of our local listeners…