With the release of his first major label CD, ‘The Given‘, the rest of America is on the verge of finding out what Texans have known for years: Wade Bowen is a phenomenal artist and entertainer. But as Bowen makes his national push, he has not forgotten his Texas roots, and still looks for opportunities to play in the Lone Star State. Don’t miss your chance to see Wade in Abilene for the first time in two years, as he takes the stage at the Lucky Mule Saloon on Friday night, November 29th.
Date and Time
Friday, November 29th, Doors open at 7:00pm
$15.00 in advance, $20.00 the day of the show
Available at the Lucky Mule
Purchase Online: FrontGateTickets.com
As Wade Bowen looks ahead to the full-length release of his major-label debut and his emerging transition from regional success to national prominence, there was one vital dynamic affecting the timing: his fans. Across five independent albums and a decade-plus of touring, Bowen not only amassed a string of regional hits and awards, but also the kind of fan base whose passionate anticipation motivated the timing behind the May 2012 release of ‘The Given’, a 10-song collection and his first new music since 2008’s ‘If We Ever Make It Home’.
It’s been over 14 years since Wade began his music career in Lubbock, TX, and he has evolved into an artist who finds himself at the top of the Texas country and Red Dirt scene, ready to explode into national prominence.
Wade Bowen performing ‘Saturday Night’ on ‘Texas Music Scene’