124 W Ellison St
Burleson, TX 76028
We have your headliners for the City of Burleson’s 2016 Hot Sounds of Summer Concert Series!
Starting things off on May 27 is Local Yoakam, a Dallas-based Dwight Yoakam Tribute band featuring Rodney Smith. Rodney was recently ranked #2 by Reverbnation.com in the local Americana recording artist category. Check out Rodney Smith’s songs on reverbnation at https://
Poo Live Crew, a classic rock variety show, takes over the stage on June 3. Their songs include “Send me an Angel,” “Slow Ride,” “Baby Got Back,” and “Dazed and Confused.” Check out their Poo Live Crew channel on YouTube.
Texas Flood, a Dallas-based Stevie Ray Vaughan Tribute band, brings the blues to Old Town on June 10. Guitarist Tommy Katona leads the way as the band brings the raw high energy of music and stage presence that Stevie Ray himself had. Check out the Texas Flood website!
The M-80s (1980s retro rock) will have everyone singing along with “Jack and Diane,” “Centerfold” and “We Got the Beat” on June 17. The M-80s take you back to those glory days. Every song is an instantly recognizable hit, and you’ll know every word to every song. Get a preview of the songs on the M-80s website.
Ray Wylie Hubbard, best known for authoring the perennial anthem “Up Against the Wall, Redneck Mother,” will pack Old Town Burleson on June 24 for the Hot Sounds of Summer Concert Series finale. After riding a decade-long career resurgence into the national spotlight with 2012’s acclaimed The Grifter’s Hymnal, the iconoclastic Texas songwriter continued his hot streak with The Ruffian’s Misfortune — his 16th album, released in 2015. Check out Ray Wylie Hubbard on his website.
The free 90-minute concerts start at 7:30 p.m. in Old Town Burleson (124 W. Ellison St.). We’ll update you on the details as the concert season approaches!