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Jake Penrod is a name being heard more and more in the Texas music scene. A relative newcomer, the singer has quickly earned a reputation as a master of Honky Tonk music, who not only sings and writes but can also play just about any instrument. At an imperially slim 6-feet-2-inches, decked out in a suit and tie, and crowned with his signature Stetson, Jake Penrod even looks like a flashback to Country music’s heyday. He gives credit to fellow Texan Ernest Tubb for inspiring his style. Jake Penrod and his Million-Dollar Cowboys can be seen regularly in the dancehalls and honkytonks throughout the Texas Hill Country. His hardcore Honky Tonk band and powerful, Ray-Price-like tenor vocals pierce through the loudest of barrooms and keep dancers on their feet all night. Show is in The Hall and for ages 21 & up. [Organizer's description]

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