IMPERIAL– Country rock Little Texas band pumped the crowd March 3, Thursday night during their performance at the Mid-Winter Fair and Fiesta main grandstands with their original country sound. Tim Rushlow, Brady Seals, Del Gray, and Porter Howell made up the up-and-coming popular country band.
Since their debut album in 1992, the Nashville based band, Little Texas, has sold over 7 million albums, earned 3 Grammy nominations, won a CMA Album Of The Year award and earned the title â€œThe Hardest Working Band In Countryâ€ by playing over 300 shows a year.
Lead singer, Tim Rushlow, energized the audience at the fair this year as seen in the crowd chanting the bandâ€™s lyrics and participating in a full-on crowd wave.
Favorite songs played were â€œLife Goes Onâ€ and “What Might Have Been.â€ The slower melodies gave the crowd a more intimate feel for the band. By the end the crowd was singing the lyrics by themselves.
â€œLittle Texas sure knew how to socialize with the crowd,â€ said Austin Hawk. â€œThey played in a way that made me want to dance and sing along.â€
As the energy grew and with the crowd ready, Little Texas moved into upbeat songs. They rocked â€œAmyâ€™s Backâ€, â€œLiving the Party Lifeâ€, and â€œSlow Ride Homeâ€ leaving no feet still, the crowd sang and danced with the beat of their music.
â€œThis band was one of the best I have been to in a long time at this fair,â€ said Kyler Counce â€œI hope to see them back next year.â€[envira-gallery id=”73438”]