Friday, December 08, 2023
Text Size

VSA lineup includes Ron Moshier

RonMoshier webRon Moshier has been quite a hit in the Rio Grande Valley. When we asked the activity directors for nominees on the VSA Ballot, Ron Moshier’s name came to many as we asked for feedback. To the delight of Winter Texans throughout the Valley, he will be performing at the 2023 Valley Star Awards on Wednesday, February 15.

He performs dances and shows throughout the RGV. He performs 60’s to current country, classic country, classic rock and he also does polka and waltzes.

Read more: VSA lineup includes Ron Moshier

Nu-Blu joins VSA lineup

2023 Nu Blu tight group shot webNu-Blu has been visiting the Valley for a few years now, but this year, they are celebrating their 20th year entertaining. During their 20 years, they have released several Top Ten Billboard albums, have destination tours, and have moved into the role of bringing the roots of Americana music to the masses.

North-Carolina based Nu-Blu has quickly established themselves as one of the top acoustic acts in the music industry, delivering a set of songs that range from the melancholy to the exuberant, and at every step they prove they’ve got a knack for finding their way in the deeper parts of you.

Read more: Nu-Blu joins VSA lineup

Boleros and romantic Latin concert in the park

20230201 Boleros and Romantic Latin Entertainers Ceci Bri webQuinta Mazatlan is proud to present an early Valentines Concert in the Park on Thursday, February 9th, 6 p.m. in the evening. The concert features Cecy and Bri who are a contemporary classical duo. Throughout the years, they have collaborated as performers, music educators, and now as “Dos Voces,” which integrates their disciplines of voice, piano, and guitar. Open to innovation and fun, these two explore the Bolero as well as Jazz, Soul, and other contemporary genres.

Read more: Boleros and romantic Latin concert in the park

Kenaston Band host blind singer Justin Trevino

The Kenaston Band 4 webBy Kathy Olivarez

During the last week of January, the Kenastons, long-time favorite entertainers among Winter Texan residents, hosted blind singer Justin Trevino as their special guest.

Trevino was born in the Valley but his parents moved to Austin so he could attend the school for the blind as a child. Once a winter he comes down to visit relatives. For the past five years he has played with the Kenastons during those visits.

Read more: Kenaston Band host blind singer Justin Trevino

Nu-Blu brings their own brand of roots music to the RGV

20230201 Nu BluBy Kathy Olivarez

Want to hear authentic music that takes you on a rollercoaster of emotion?  Then look for Nu-Blu, a popular nationally touring acoustic roots band making its third tour of the Rio Grande Valley.

Nu-Blu celebrated the start of their 20th year entertaining with their first show of the tour season on January 7 at Seven Oaks RV Park in Mission, and it was a show not to be missed.

Read more: Nu-Blu brings their own brand of roots music to the RGV

  • Default
  • Title
  • Date
  • Random
load more hold SHIFT key to load all load all