Get ready for delicious food and live Texas and Red Dirt music at Betty Rose’s Little Brisket Summer Concert Series! Saddle up and head on over to Betty Rose’s Little Brisket (39354 Catclaw Drive in Abilene) for homestyle fare with a twist and great music. The Summer Concert Series runs every Wednesday night from August 18 to September 29, 2021.

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You won’t want to miss Corey Kent at Betty Rose’s Little Brisket on September 1 at 8:00 PM. This Oklahoma native cut his teeth on Western Swing music, opening for the likes of Roy Clark and the Oak Ridge Boys at the tender age of 11. Kent penned his first number-one hit (William Clark Green’s ‘Hit you Where It Hurts’) after graduating with a degree in business. His current single (a duet with Koly Cooper titled ‘Ain’t My Day’, link above) is climbing the charts.

As the 2020 Texas Music Pickers Songwriter Competition winner, Kent’s tightly-written lyrics are no true surprise. Even his more emotional work, like ‘Hit You Where It Hurts’ and 2020’s ‘Gold’ (link below) paints succinct pictures of both tangible details and deep heartache that make them even sharper in contrast.

Taylor Ochs kicks off the show at 7:00 PM.

Admission to the Summer Concert Series is free, so come early to secure your seat and bring your lawn chairs.

Betty Rose’s Little Brisket proudly serves Texas-style cooking, made from scratch using family recipes. While you’ll want to start with a classic Southern appetizer, their real star power is in the barbecue. Don’t skip the pork ribs, sausage, brisket, tacos, and nachos, along with specialties like their brisket-infused burgers and all-you-can-eat catfish on Friday and Saturday nights. When you’re in the mood for next-level, home-cooked food, look no further than Betty Rose’s Little Brisket!