Don't miss a night of the incomparable Marty Robbins' music as performed by the incredible talent of The Legendary Song Jammers, one night only Friday September 1st at Lubbock's one and only Cactus Theater.

Marty Robbins is considered to be "one of the most popular country singers of all time," with an incredible career that spanned four decades. Best known for his signature song "El Paso," this Grammy award-winning legend was named Artist of the Decade by the Academy of Country Music (1960-1969).

The Legendary Song Jammers have a full song list to capture the career of Marty Robbins, so we have a lot to look forward to!

The Legendary Song Jammers is comprised of West Texas musicians, including lead singer and bass player Jerry Brownlow of The Maines Brothers Band, Cary C. Banks, singer/songwriter/musician and Chairman of the Creative Arts Department at South Plains College, Steve Williams Associate Professor of Music at South Plains College Levelland and Curtis McBride, a prominent member of the West Texas music scene since the 1960s according to the Cactus Theater website.

Don't miss what is sure to be a tremendous night of music with The Legendary Song Jammers and their tribute to Marty Robbins on Friday, September 1st.

The show is at 7:30 p.m. at Lubbock’s Cactus Theater, located at 1812 Buddy Holly Avenue.

The Cactus Theater features lots of powerhouse live shows and entertainment. Visit their official website and Facebook page for upcoming shows and tickets.