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Cody Bryan Band at John T Floore Country Store on Saturday

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Cody Bryan Band is relatively new to the music scene and has won over critics and fans alike with their fresh take on Texas country. They will be performing this Saturday June 28 at John T Floore Country Store with Roger Creager.

This Austin band started out playing at The Saxon Pub and was soon playing with the likes of Roger Creager and Granger Smith. Fronted by Cody Bryan, the band also includes Zach Lynch (lead guitar), Miles Barker (bass), Casey Conway (drums) and Cole Gramling (keys).

Their debut album ‘Wreck Me’ was released in May of last year and is made up of 10 songs that were co-written by Cody Bryan. It was recorded at Test Tube Audio in Austin and produced by Ryan Delahoussaye. Even though it is mainly a country album it appeals to music fans in general because of its vast musical influences. The title song ‘Wreck Me’ is the current single and has been getting regular airplay. According to Cody Bryan he likes to write about real life situations because almost everyone can relate to the songs.

‘Wreck Me’ includes the songs:

  • Wreck Me
  • Bleed Like That
  • Good at Being Bad
  • When We Were Made
  • If I’m Going Nowhere
  • Holding On
  • A Shot in the Dark
  • You’re Worth It
  • That’s Why God Made Saturday Night
  • Roses

Roger Creager is an award winning Texas country singer and songwriter from Corpus Christi, Texas. He attended Texas A&M University in College Station where the Texas Music Revolution helped him become a successful musician. He released his first album in 1998 and has since become a big name in the Texas music scene and is known for his high energy performances.

Cody Bryan Band

John T Floore Country Store
14492 Old Bandera Road
Helotes, TX 78023
(210) 695-8827

Saturday June 28, 2014

Doors open at 7p.m. Show at 9p.m.

$15 in advance; $20 at the door

Source: Hayley Simmons


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