There are a few names that have to be on the list when you’re talking about legendary Texas country artists, and Kevin Fowler has to be one of them.
The Amarillo native has been a mainstay on the Texas country charts since the release of his debut album Beer, Bait & Ammo back in 2000, and he’s also had success on the mainstream charts with his 2010 single “Pound Sign” becoming his first Top 40 hit.
His 2019 hit “Better With Beer” had an incredible 8-week run at the top of the Texas country charts, and along with his 9 studio albums Fowler has also written hits for artists like Montgomery Gentry, Sammy Kershaw and Mark Chesnutt.
The Lone Star State powerhouse is currently on his 2023 Deck the Dance Halls tour, along with Wynn Williams.
And on Saturday, December 30, Fowler will wrap up his tour at one of the most legendary dance halls in Texas: The Longhorn Ballroom in Dallas, Texas.
If you’ve never caught a show at the iconic venue, the history alone makes it a can’t-miss spot for country music fans. Built in 1950 for country music legend Bob Wills and his Texas Playboys, the Longhorn Ballroom was originally named Bob Wills’ Ranch House, and was even managed by Jack Ruby at one point before changing hands and being renamed the Longhorn Ballroom.
Over the years, the Ballroom hosted country legends like Willie Nelson, Loretta Lynn, Merle Haggard, Charley Pride, Patsy Cline, and George Jones, making it one of the few truly historic venues remaining in country music.
It’s a bucket list venue for any fan of Texas country music – or country music in general – and getting to see a Texas country legend like Kevin Fowler in such a historic venue is a can’t-miss show.
Tickets for the show are on sale now and available HERE (and obviously make a great Christmas present for the country fan in your life).
You’re not going to want to miss your last chance to Deck the Dance Halls with Kevin Fowler in 2023.