Courtesy Melissa Payne Photography Check out tour dates, merchandise and additional information for artists from this show at the following locations. Worth, Tx, is due to be released on all digital platforms on Thanksgiving Day! A few seconds went by and the sound clicked on and the distinctive picking for the intro to The House of the Rising Sun could be heard loud and proud throughout the venue. All the venues that keep believing. Last Honky Tonk Music Series. Casper recalls not being able to play pretend war games or use toy guns as a child, as it was forbidden. As an added bonus this year, Casper McWade is giving everyone the gift of a full length, live recorded album.
The first song of the set was none other than an unrehearsed and improvised version of Polk Salad Annie in tribute to White. The musician picked up his instrument of choice and began to quietly tune his acoustic guitar. If you have not heard of Clint Park, then I strongly suggest that you go pull up a seat on that wagon and give him a serious listen. Ward Davis Clint Park Casper McWade Photography and Images of the show provided by Melissa Payne November 6, 2018 at 12:07 pm Casper Mcwade looks like all his hard work is going to pay off! My Oh My is another original song that is featured on this album. The tune is a dark tale that evolved straight out of the dream world of Casper McWade. Betty White for only leaving me stranded once. Born in Seminole, McWade still lives close to his roots, at Little.
The powerful and commanding vocals along with solid songwriting skills prime Casper for the opportunity to be a household name in the genre of Honky Tonk and Outlaw Country Music. The music playing on the sound system lowered as Clint Park walked out of the green room and onto the stage. It was Bob Wills and Waylon Jennings who influenced him the most, however. He then approached his vintage mic and belted out that famous first line of the tune. The tune encompasses all the emotions of being on the highest of highs in life and then being beat back down to the state of loneliness over and over again. Davis and his band continued to put out song after song until they were sure that the crowd was satisfied with the show.
With his signature hat and leather jacket, Ward Davis picked up his electric guitar and they kicked off the energized ninety-minute, eighteen song set with, Get to Work Whiskey. Tim and Annie Slagle and Don too. With lyrical content that will have you ready to party your boots off, to a sad song sure to have you wiping your eyes, Casper and the boys continue to win over audiences around the globe. Silver Buttons is the final tune that I am going to highlight for this review. It was like a moment in time had froze and everyone became silent and all ears were immediately attentive to the commanding voice of Casper McWade. This is a personal tune for McWade that incorporates childhood memories of his aunt and uncle. Go out and get it, then read the review right here.
After a smashing rendition of the absolute best cover of the Rising Sun, McWade went on to awe the audience with short stories and original tunes that are slated to be on his upcoming album, Hello Lonesome, due out in late November. As a child, Casper was introduced to real country and Gospel music. Which I think is awesome! The lights again dimmed as a tall figure emerged from the back of the stage and headed for the guitar case to the side. Follow Casper McWade and The Honky Tonk Rebels: Casper would also like to thank Christa, Connor and Casey who have my back all the way to wherever this road is going. Susie and Marty at Amnesia Too. .
Joining Davis on the bill, was his friend Clint Park from Nashville and featured a local musician, Casper McWade to round out the best ticket in town. Once Ward sat down behind his keyboard, the mood in the room shifted as well as the setlist. You know, the old stuff. Thanksgiving is all about great food, family, and being thankful for everything in your life. These boys simply put it out there the way it was meant to be done. While the entire town is aware of the affair, the husband has been left in the dark. Rolling through town on this night was Ward Davis and his mind-blowing band of talent that he brought with him.
After the conclusion of what would be the final tune, Davis stood up and took a bow to the audience and disappeared into the darkness. Scott Youtsey and Jimmy Wade. I am going to keep the summary short and sweet this time around. This murder ballad is a magnificent tale of a wife that is out running around town with another man. Tim and Jean Ledford and all things Ledford house. Casper McWade and his HonkyTonk Rebels are no strangers to country music.
He began to write music as a youngster and has never looked back. For McWade, he recalled singing along with all his favorite artists and practicing vocal control. The title track on the album, Hello Lonesome, is a co-write with fellow bandmate on the production, Danny Trashville. He grew up with his grandparents and was exposed to gospel music in church at a young age, but that was only the beginning. The track opens up with that soft, pleasant, fiddle sound, courtesy of David Short.