Saturday, October 18, 2014, at 7:30 PM, with Kate Hearne opening…
Details & ticket information forthcoming…
It’s ALL happening on Celebration Plaza [Sulphur Springs Downtown Square]…We’ve put together a wonderful line-up, sure to quench any musical taste you may have!
Thursday, March 27th:
Friday, March 28th:
Saturday, March 29th:
***Neil Rugg [DJ] will spin discs in-between acts, to fill the gaps during swap-outs.
Eight years of global entertainment in the small town of Winnsboro, Texas, boasting a population of less than 5,000 people. CRAZY! The original founders of Crossroads were our entertainers, and a few more joined in the fun! This was the final Crossroads show of the year, and there are no other performances scheduled until the Winnsboro Center for the Arts works out their renovations during the Winter months, as well as what weekends THEY will be needing the stage. I’ll post another blog addressing what lies ahead for 2014, once we know more. For now, enjoy the pictures in the Facebook album, and don’t forget to click on the Crossroads YouTube icon on the homepage to catch of few of the songs that were performed on Saturday night! Two songs from Saturday night!!
Below: Everyone was there! Lynn Adler & Lindy Hearne [original founders]; Denice Barton, who climbed on board, joining owner Stephen Marshall, who took the reins from Adler & Hearne to keep things rolling along while Adler & Hearne took their show on the road!…Then came Gus Gustafson in 2010, which is when “& Listening Room” was added to the Crossroads Music Company name 🙂 Global talent, sharing their original music & connecting with their audience in a fantastic intimate listening room setting! That is how the MAGIC happens!!
THANK YOU to all who have shown such wonderful support over the last 8 years. Allow us to keep you in the loop for what waits around the next corner. Good things on the horizon! ~~Gus Gustafson
What can I say? EVERYTHING just FIT together Saturday night with Kinky Friedman, logically speaking. Singer/Songwriter music, comedy, politics, important issues brought to light–we had it ALL!
Winnsboro got a full spectrum of entertainment; light-hearted humor, serious issues, stories from the past, comical lyrics mixed with fun melodies–it was all part of the show. We even had Winnsboro’s new Mayor, Tom Howard, do the Kinky introduction, to properly set the stage. Kinky plans to run for the Commissioner of Agriculture position, for the Texas Department of Agriculture, a position currently filled by Todd Staples. We got a glimpse of his platform Saturday night, and Kinky will be a serious contender!
Winnsboro’s own Kate Hearne did the honors as the opening act, assisted on percussion by Ashlyn Shanafelt. Kate’s career is just starting to gain momentum. Fresh out of college, she’s working on her first CD, residing in Fort Worth, and carving a place in the world of the singer/songwriter/musician–Kate is the complete package, and she certainly showed the full house at Crossroads that she’s been making great use of her time!
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