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Midland, The Steel Woods, Vince Gill, Robert Earl Keen, Kip Moore, Randall King, And More To Hit The Stage At Billy Bob’s Texas In August

Midland, The Steel Woods, Vince Gill, Robert Earl Keen, Kip Moore, Randall King, And More To Hit The Stage At Billy Bob’s Texas In August. New Shows Announced and Tickets Available Including Jack Ingram, Brad Paisley, Brothers Osborne, Tom Jones, Cole Swindell, and More. Lone Star Murder Mystery Dinner...
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Robert Earl Keen continues goodbye tour, in Brevard

Renowned singer-songwriter and Americana music cult favorite Robert Earl Keen, best known for “The Road Goes On Forever,” will perform at 7:30 p.m. Sunday, July 10, at Brevard Music Center’s Whittington-Pfohl Auditorium as a part of his farewell tour. Tickets are $30 (lawn seating) to $80 (premium)...
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Robert Earl Keen to play final Aggieland concert Sept. 2 for Aggie Park’s opening

Singer-songwriter Robert Earl Keen, Texas A&M Class of 1978, will play his final show in Aggieland on Sept. 2 at the formal opening of Texas A&M’s new Aggie Park. The concert will be free and held at Aggie Park’s Performance Pavilion. Aggie Park, a $35 million project, is expected to be completed later this summer.
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I'm Comin' Home | Country singer Robert Earl Keen celebrates 41 years with Waco concert

WACO, Texas — Texas Country singer-songwriter Robert Earl Keen will perform at the first Brazos Nights event in downtown Waco. Keen has been touring for 41 years and has released 21 albums, making Pollstar's list of the Top 20 Global Concert Tours in 2017. The Houston native has carved out a name for himself among peers, critics, and fans, making him a living legend in the Americana music scene.
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Robert Earl Keen really means it's goodbye as farewell tour visits Waco

Yes, fans of Robert Earl Keen, several thousand of whom will turn out for his Brazos Nights show on Friday, it really is goodbye. Keen, an icon of Texas and Americana music for some four decades, is presently on a farewell tour that ends Sept. 4. It’s his goodbye to his stage performances and touring, although he’ll keep busy with making music and other creative projects.
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