Stoney LaRue & Wade Bowen

Friday, November 20
Show | 8pm // Doors | 8pm
$30 to $330
Wade Bowen is an American Texas Country/Red Dirt singer from Waco, Texas. Bowen was a member of the band West 84 with friend Matt Miller until 2001 when he left the group to pursue a solo career. He released his first album in 2002, Try Not To Listen, which became a regional hit in Texas. He released his first live album in 2003, followed by studio albums Lost Hotel in 2006 and If We Ever Make It Home in 2008. On November 21, 2009 Bowen recorded his second live album at Billy Bob's Texas in Fort Worth.
Stoney LaRue (born Stoney Larue Phillips in 1977) is an American Texas Country/Red Dirt artist. Born in Taft, Texas, LaRue was raised in Yanush/Buffalo Valley, Oklahoma where he still visits regularly and began playing country music at a young age. LaRue moved to Stillwater, Oklahoma, and began to play in the various bars around the college town, as well as his brother, Bo Phillips. He befriended Jason Boland and Cody Canada and the three moved into the infamous "Yellow House" where they would have late night jam sessions and entertain other various musicians around the town, like Mike McClure and Brandon Jenkins. LaRue was heavily influenced by Woody Guthrie, Bob Childers, and the "Red Dirt" music scene.