Legendary Sons of the Pioneers Are Performing in Lubbock This Fall
One of the longest-lived musical groups in American history, Sons of the Pioneers, is coming to Lubbock on October 22nd, 2021.
This cowboy music group will be showcasing their talent along with Roy Rogers Jr. at the Crickets Theater at the Buddy Holly Hall. Tickets are on sale now at buddyhollyhall.com, through calling WTIX at (800) 514-3849, as well as at the Buddy Holly Hall Box Office at 1300 Mac Davis Lane. You can stop by the box office Monday through Friday between 12 to 4 p.m.
The Sons of the Pioneers was first formed in the early 30s by Roy Rogers, Bob Nolan, and Tim Spencer. Together they formed their trademark “Pioneer sound.”
Along with forever changing the sound of western music, they have won Grammys for their originals “Cool Water”, “Everlasting Hills of Oklahoma” and “Tumbling Tumbleweeds.”
The group is touring North America to celebrate their 87th year as a group. If you have been following this group for a long time, you will understand how special it is that Roy Rogers Jr., the founder's son, is not performing with them as of 2018.
This is a wonderful chance to see the most decorated groups in Western Music. Along with the Grammys, they have won, they were added to the Country Music Hall of Fame, the Western Music Association Hall of Fame, The Texas Swing Hall of Fame, and more.
You can find more information on Sons of the Pioneers and their tour at sonsofthepioneers.org.
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