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The Turnpike Troubadours have captured the hearts of folks all over the country with their Texas-based brand of electric Americana. Hailed as one of the definitive bands of the Red Dirt music scene, the Troubadours have established themselves as a major force in the roots scene.
Originating from the small town of New Braunfels, Texas, the six-piece band was formed in 2005. Following the release of their self-titled debut album in 2007, the Turnpike Troubadours quickly gained a fervent following. Vivid songwriting and passionate live performances were two of the main staples while they were on the road, further cementing their reputation as one of the preeminent acts of the Americana scene.
The lineup has seen some changes over the years, but since their formation the core lineup has included frontman Evan Felker, Rodney Hitchcox on fiddle, Ryan Engleman on guitar and Dobro, Kyle Nix on bass, Gabe Pearson on drums, and RC Edwards on guitar.
The Troubadours have released a total of five full-length albums, all of which have consistently been praised by both critics and fans alike. Highlights from each album include the single "Every Girl," from their first album, "Diamonds and Gasoline," "7 & 7," a single off the album of the same name, and "The Housefire," off their most recent album, A Long Way From Your Heart.
Similar artists to the Turnpike Troubadours include the Randy Rogers Band, Jason Boland and the Stragglers, the Josh Abbott Band and the Eli Young Band. All of these acts are based in Texas, and they all offer a traditional, hard-edged brand of Red Dirt music.
If you're looking for an act that blends rowdy energy with sweet melodies, then the Turnpike Troubadours are sure to hit the spot. Their catalog of tunes is filled with crowd-pleasers, including "Good Lord Lorrie," "Long Hot Summer Days," "Diamonds and Gasoline," "Down Here," and "Easton & Main." Come on down to catch the Troubadours rock out and snag a few tickets to witness the Red Dirt Icons in action!
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