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Ralph Kuster opens Christmas show Dec. 17

Ralph Kuster will be singing those old loved Christmas carols for residents and Winter Texans in the Rio Grande Valley. Kuster has been performing his Christmas show in Branson, Missouri annually since 2008, but after the city closes down for the season, he brings his Christmas show to the Valley so Winter Texans may enjoy it. His first show starts Dec. 17.

Ralph’s life-long passion for music became a reality with the production of his first 3 CD’s from 2003 to 2005. In 2006, he was thrilled and honored to perform “I May Never Get to Heaven” by Conway Twitty and “Unchained Melody” by the Righteous Brothers before over 2000 people at the annual COSAP Variety Show at Roy Thomson Hall in Toronto, Canada.


Lindley Creek to perform Christmas shows

Catch a bit of the holiday spirit with Lindley Creek, a family band from Missouri that has been entertaining in the Rio Grande Valley for the past few years. John, Kathie, Jace and Katie Greer, known as Lindley Creek, are back this year with a Christmas show that is sure to delight anyone who loves Christmas music.

Kathie says the show is a mixture of classic country, traditional Christmas and a rock ‘n’ roll medley of Christmas songs that is a lot of fun. There is a bit of comedy and a costume change thrown into the show as well.


Sager named Entertainer of the Year at Valley Star Awards

20120301_John-Sager-and-Susan-Hudson-CarmanAn all-star lineup of entertainment greeted guests who attended the first Valley Star Awards Show held at Victoria Palms on Saturday, Feb. 25. Robert and Billie Ferguson, activity directors at Victoria Palms, hosted the event.


Golden Oldies Show features top artists

20120301_TUCKERThe Golden Oldies Show, starring Tucker, Susan Hudson Carman, John Sager, Greg Jones and Harry Hazzard, will be featured in two performances at Southern Comfort on March 7 at 2 p.m. and 7 p.m. and one show at Palm Shadows in Donna on March 10 at 2 p.m.


Ralph Kuster will present Irish Show at Border Theatre

ralph_countryWinter Texans who love the traditional, old Irish songs and love to hear a great voice singing them will not want to miss Ralph Kuster’s upcoming shows at the Border Theatre, Mar. 7-8 at 2 p.m.  Tickets are $7.

Kuster has a full line-up of Irish songs including “When Irish Eyes are smiling”, “Danny Boy,” “Maggie,” “McNamara’s Band,” “My Wild Irish Rose” and “Too-ra-loo-ra-loo-ral.”  He will also sing other songs Like “Red River Valley” and “Green, Green Grass of Home” that have ties to Ireland, including “My Heart Will Go On” from the movie “Titanic,” which left Ireland on its fateful voyage.


Border Theatre to host two great shows

20120223_RogerKenastonBandOn Saturday, March 3 the Border Theater in Mission, will host the Roger Kenaston Band and Bob and Sheila Everhart with a special guest appearance by Francis Hahn in a show that is loaded with talent. 905 N. Conway in Mission

Roger Kenaston of the Kenaston Band began playing as a young boy behind his fiddle-playing father and quickly advanced to lead guitar in the family band. He became an award-winning fiddle player and learned to play the dobro, mandolin, lap steel player and also was a vocalist. He considers his style to be a combination of the Bakersfield sound of Buck Owens, and Don Rich, the rockabilly of Carl Perkins, the finger picking of Merle Travis, and the flat-picking of Doc Watson.


Young Family Band returns for second season

20120223_Young-FamilyThe Young Family, from Guthrie, Oklahoma, has returned to the Rio Grande Valley for their second season of performances.

“When we were headed home last year, my wife turned to me while we were driving and said, ‘what’s next’?” said Steve Young, father of the Young Family Band. “I thought about it for a minute and then said the first thing would be for me to take early retirement from the Oklahoma City Fire Department. The second thing would be for us to buy a bus for traveling.”

“Within the hour, I had received calls from three different churches wanting to book our show,” said Steve. “I believe it was the Lord telling me I was making the right decision.


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