Goode Company's Armadillo Palace has partnered with Houston's jitney, The Houston Wave, to bus Houstonians to and from Reliant Stadium every day throughout the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo. The service concludes with live music on The Armadillo Palace stage.
Feb. 23 - Jesse Dayton
Jesse Dayton has been globetrotting since his teen years, playing his unique style of country-infused rock music. His professional journey began with his rockabily trio, The Road Kings, before moving on to pursue additional solo projects. With exposure to classic honky-tonk and Lone Star blues, mixed with the more contemporary rock and punk influences of his teens, Dayton has created a sound unlike any other.
Feb. 28 - Allen Duhon
Allen Duhon is a country singer/songwriter from Beaumont, hometown to country super-stars such as George Jones, Mark Chesnutt, Tracy Byrd and Clay Walker. Duhon's classic good looks and his humble, passionate and fun-loving personality draws in fans of all ages and backgrounds.
March 1 - Todd Fritsch
A native Texan, Todd Fritsch has been singing professionally since his early 20s and has charted several country hits. He's even collaborated on a duet with Texas legend Gary P. Nunn.
March 2 - The Derailers
In a career that has given rise to more than a decade's worth of fine-tuned, highly anticipated and wonderfully received music, the Derailers continue to build the relationship between song, listener and dance floor. Challenged by their fans to create a sound that mirrors the shuffle of happy boots on a hardwood floor, the Derailers have fed hungry dancehall crowds with their classic country beats and a '60s pop sensibility.
March 7 - Gary P. Nunn
Since the 1970s, country music icon Gary P. Nunn has shared his love of everything Texas in dance halls and concert stages around the world, to the point that he was named Ambassador of Texas Music by the governor.
March 8 - Stephen Chadwick
A lifelong love of country music has shaped Stephen Chadwick into the artist he is today. Performing non-stop in the Houston and surrounding areas for many years, Chadwick has been introducing a growing number of fans to his version of true country.
March 9 - Justin Van Sant
Everything's bigger in Texas, including the booming baritone of Lone Star native Justin van Sant, whose ebullient vocal style and undeniable charisma flow effortlessly. Influenced by country music's ultimate entertainer Garth Brooks as by Texas music mainstays like Pat Green, Randy Rogers and Robert Earl Keen, van Sant has developed a keen sense of showmanship that shines brilliantly through on his debut indie album.
March 14 - Jake Kellen
Born in the hometown of Waylon Jennings (Littlefield, Texas), Jake Kellen spent his summers at church camp and on the baseball diamond. Kellen credits Camp Blue Haven for his early interest in performing music, because it was there he learned how to play the guitar and sing.
March 15 - Bleu Edmondson
Bleu Edmondson knows how to crank up the amps and throw down the tunes to get the party started. From the Springsteen-esque "I'm Still Here" to the unofficial party anthem of Dallas' Greenville Avenue, "Riot Night," the hometown-boy roots rocker is not afraid to show off his chops.
March 16 - Dale Watson
The maverick country traditionalist will have guests jammin' until closing time.