The Turnpike Troubadours Entrance Video From Billy Bob’s Texas Is Straight Up GOOSEBUMPS

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The Turnpike Troubadours are back and better than ever, selling out three straight shows at Billy Bob’s Texas this past weekend.

One of the most iconic honky tonks in the entire country, it was jam packed with revelers all united with the common goal to witness one of the best bands in country music live at work.

And when Evan and the boys hit the stage, and you hear the crowd roar that first note of “Every Girl…”

“Well, she was born in the morning…”

Holy goosebumps…

Turnpike Troubadours Reveal Openers For Upcoming Shows

Man, what a beautiful sight to see.

Turnpike Troubadours made their official comeback at Cain’s Ballroom in Tulsa, Oklahoma, a couple weeks back, and jsut wrapped up another three-night stint at Billy Bob’s Texas.

But it’s just the beginning…

With that being said, the group officially announced all of the openers for their upcoming concerts, and they have some studs coming along with them.

The first two shows at Cain’s (April 8-9) will featured the Vandoliers, followed by Jonathan Terrell, Mike and the Moonpies, and Brit Taylor at Billy Bob’s.

Their next show at Floore’s Country Store in Helotes, Texas on May 6th will feature Shinyribs.

The following show at White Oak Music Hall in Houston on May 7th will feature the man himself, Cody Canada, former front man for the great Cross Canadian Ragweed.

Their show at Red Rocks on May 14-15 will feature Shovels & Rope and Reckless Kelly, and the following show at Westfair Amphitheatre in Council Bluffs, Iowa on June 10th will feature Steve Earle & the Dukes, and Old 97’s.

Lastly, their show at the Ledge in Waite Park, Minnesota on June 11th will also feature Steve Earle & the Dukes, and Old 97’s.


Are Turnpike Troubadours Back In The Studio?

Now I’m not saying it is… but I ain’t saying it isn’t.

David Spreng, who’s a producer, songwriter/composer, mixer, and engineer, and has done a lot of work with some world renowned musicians and bands like American Aquarium, Tanya Tucker, Steve Perry, Lucinda Williams, Shooter Jennings, Motley Crue, The Who, and so many others, posted a picture on his personal Instagram today.

Now, I may be crazy. I may just be incredibly hopeful. Or I might just have horrible eyesight…

But in one of the pictures, there’s a band recording in the FAME Recording Studio in Muscle Shoals, Alabama.

And I have to say, if you squint and look real close, it looks like the Turnpike Troubadours.

Now I can’t say for certain, but that looks like Hank Early in the left hand corner on steel, and kinda looks like Evan Felker sitting behind the drum kit. The next picture also looks like you can see Kyle Nix in there…

Rumors have been swirling that Turnpike could possibly record two albums (one being an Evan Felker solo album) with Shooter Jennings producing, and since Spreng works with Jennings quite often… this could be the makings of a Turnpike album right here.

Of course, the band is officially back together (thank god), so it was practically inevitable that they would start to record again at some point.

All I gotta say is, God I hope so.

A beer bottle on a dock



A beer bottle on a dock