Little Texas, Lonestar, Restless Heart.

In the twenty years between 1985 to 2005, these 'supergroups' of country music reigned supreme.  Those bands were responsible for some thirty #1 hits and over 30,000,000 records sold.  They also pulled in numerous ACM and CMA awards through those two decades as well. What about the number of fans they have entertained in concerts through the years?  I'm guessing that could be well over 100 million.

When you hear the huge hits from those groups, the lead vocals are usually performed by Tim Rushlow (Little Texas), Richie McDonald (Lonestar), and Larry Stewart (Restless Heart).  When you hear any of them sing, there is no mistaking their voice.

Recently, someone had a big 'What If?" and came up with the idea of having the three lead singers from these supergroups join forces.  That's how the group called The Frontmen was born.  Now, Rushlow, McDonald, and Stewart along with a full band are touring in 2022 and 2023, and they are bringing their show to East Texas.  Here's a sample of what you can expect.

The Frontmen will be appearing in concert at Banita Creek Hall in Nacogdoches.  The show is coming up on Saturday, July 30.  Tickets are on sale now through the venue's website.

Don't miss this opportunity to hear your favorite songs as performed by the vocalists that made them hits.  Songs like 'The Bluest Eye's in Texas', 'Amazed', 'Amy's Back in Austin', 'God Blessed Texas', 'My Front Porch Looking In', 'That Rock Won't Roll', and many others.

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