june, 2024

21jun9:30 pmGannon Fremin and CCREVw/ Clint Vines & the Hard Times and Brittany Bishop!The Iron Horse PubCost:$12 in advance | $15 day of show

Event Details

At 6-years together, Gannon Fremin & CCREV have gone from the new kids on the red dirt block into a powerhouse rockin’ powerhouse that encompasses the grit of Southwest Oklahoma with the independent and rowdy spirit that sets Okies apart from most folks.  With a powerhouse frontman in singer/guitarist Fremin, songs merge that connection to the red dirt roots made firm from the seeds planted by Cody Canada by way of the lyricism of youth and angst found in Kurt Cobain’s best work. With lead guitarist Travis Julian growing into one of the young rock guitar heroes on the map and the rock solid rhythm section of bassist Wade Cartwright and drummer Tyler McCartney, this 4-piece carries the rustic range of the Red Dirt Rangers blended with the punk power of The Stooges in their prime to bring something special to the stage.  It’s something that’s been noticed as they’ve hit bigger stages, selling out legendary Grady’s 66 and opening for Kody West, Austin Meade, Read Southall, No Justice, Dylan Wheeler, and Giovannie & The Hired Guns. With a full-length album in the works to release in 2022, it won’t be long until they’re headlining those same stages.”

Clint Vines and the Hard Times: Americana. Texas Country. Blues. Bluegrass. Rock’n’roll. These men manage to roll ’em all up into one.

Brittany Bishop grew up a barefoot kid on The Poor Fork ranch deep in the heart of Texas. The soundtrack to her childhood consisted of country greats such as Hank Williams Sr. and George Strait playing by her crib each night. She picked up the guitar at age 14, inspired by the love of country crooners her mother had instilled in her. By age 16 she was already touring with a western swing band, and from the first bar stage she set foot on she knew she would pursue that feeling forever. She finished high school while traveling to shows from El Paso to Quitaque, and everywhere in between. During this time she performed on bills with artists including Cody Jinks, The Charlie Daniels Band, Jamey Johnson, and Leon Russell. She is a regular act at The Underdog in Nashville, along with other accolades like performing at the Women in Music City Awards in a tribute to Lauren Alaina.

Tickets for this show will be $12 online in advance and $15 the day of the show at the door.

In order to make a table reservation, you must purchase a ticket. 



$12 in advance | $15 day of show