Welcome to Crossroads Music Company & Listening Room!  We appreciate your support!  2014 marked our ninth year of existence, and we even changed cities during that time–from Winnsboro to Sulphur Springs.  Fall – 2015 will be TEN years!  We continue to evolve, as we keep live music aLIVE here in East Texas!  Look around, check out all the great entertainers we’ve had on our stage over the past nine years, and sign up to receive the occasional email that lets you know who will grace our stage next!

We also invented a new finger pick for stringed instruments, and got ourselves an official U.S. patent.  We’re very pleased with the way this product is developing, created the “one-size-fits-most” medium for starters, and hope to have the next larger size available around March of 2015.  The Ultimate FingerPick.

Our online store allows you to purchase concert tickets, CDs, and other great merchandise!  You can purchase tickets for upcoming events in our new online store.  Click here to purchase tickets now.


Buddy Flett Resized

Buddy covering “Statesboro Blues”

Bluesman Buddy Flett will perform in the City Council Chambers Listening Room, inside City Hall in Sulphur Springs, on Saturday evening, February 28th, at 7:30 PM.  Those of you familiar with Crossroads Music Company know that we always try to include some blues in the line-up.  Lindsey Gail is finishing up her latest CD, and Gus will accompany her as the opening act duet, “Love & Grace”.        Click for tickets.

Grammy Award nominated musician Buddy Flett resides in Shreveport, LA and started his career in 1975 at the legendary Lake Cliff Roadhouse and the infamous Bossier Strip where the likes of Elvis Presley, Hank Williams, Sr., Gatemouth Brown and Hank Williams, Jr. all performed. Buddy was a founding member of A-Train, a very successful Blues/R&B band during the late 70’s and 80’s throughout the South. Buddy has written songs that have been recorded by John Mayall, Percy Sledge, and many others. He is also featured performing an acoustic solo of LeadBelly’s “No More Cane on the Brazos” in the Music Documentary on Louisiana, Robert Mugge’s “Rhythms n Bayous”. Buddy toured with Kenny Wayne Shepherd on his “Ten Days Out: Blues From The Backroads” Tour featuring collaborations with the greatest names in blues: Jerry “Boogie”McCain, Cootie Stark, Neal Pattman, Buddy Flett, B.B. King, “Gatemouth” Brown, Bryan lee, John Dee Holeman, Pinetop Perkins, Henry Gray, Calvin Jones, “Wild Child” Butler, Willie “Big Eyes” Smith, “Cool John” Ferguson, “Steady Rollin” Bob Margolin, Lazy Lester and Noah Hunt.



Coming in March: 2-Bit Palomino!

Saturday, March 14, 2015; City Council Chambers Listening Room; The “New” City Hall; 201 N. Davis Street; Sulphur Springs, TX  75482