Deep Texas Country Roots Jaret Ray Reddick‘s debut, “Just Woke Up,” is a sincere love letter to Texas, and pays homage to the greats that came before him,
Deep Texas Country Roots Jaret Ray Reddick‘s debut, “Just Woke Up,” is a sincere love letter to Texas, and pays homage to the greats that came before him, while giving a refreshing, unique spin on the genre. The album features some special guests, most notably one of Jaret’s favorite musicians and good friend Frank Turner who lends his vocals on “Drunk As It Takes.” There’s also a cameo by Uncle Kracker on the album opener “Way More Country,” Descendents guitarist Stephen Egerton performs on “Natalie” and Cody Canada of The Departed appears on “You And Beer.” Other highlights include the home state anthem “Songs About Texas,” the family tribute “Royal Family” and “One Of The Good Ones.” There are also country re-workings of two of BOWLING FOR SOUP’s most popular songs, “Ohio (Come Back To Texas)” and “The Bitch Song,” which are likely to please fans old and new alike.
AMERICANA SOUL TEXAS SINGER/SONGWRITER JAMES COOK Drawing inspiration from evocative stories around the Red River, the Wichita Falls, TX native’s penchant for superb narrative lyrics and riveting vocals delivers an impactful punch for this rootsy collection of songs that blends folk-rock, country and Southern blues hues, with equal parts grit, sorrow and heart. Momentum began to build for Cook after he won the 2015 Rattle Magazine Songwriter Award who went on to say ““…truly an original Americana artist, with the twisting of genres that blossom into his own invention. He incorporates the country, rock and blues, with a dash of grit and salt that makes the hairs stand on end when you hear him play. You can feel it in his writing that he pours over every word in detail until it’s perfect.” He was also a finalist for the Blue Light, Larry Joe Taylor, and Texas Music Pickers competitions. Since then, Cook has released two albums and has been touring these past years with his band with a raw, energetic show that has opened doors like the Outlaws and Legends Festival, MusicFest in Steamboat Springs, Colorado, 2019 Ranch Bash in Ft Worth, TX three Top 40 singles on the TRRR Charts.
Tickets for this show will be $15.00 online in advance and $20 the day of the show at the door.
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$15 in advance | $20 day of show