Tag: The Texan Theater

The Texan Theatre (1934) had been shuttered for many years until it was purchased and restored as a dinner theatre by a private citizen.  Time rolls back to 1937 as antique automobiles belonging to members of the Greenville Antique Auto Club tour the Texan.  Image by Jim Satterwhite.

Texan Theater Recognized

AUSTIN, TEXAS —- Preservation Texas has announced nineteen historic restoration and rehabilitation projects that will be recognized at its 2017 Honor Awards Ceremony and Reception in Waco, Texas on February 27, 2017. The 2017 Honor Awards recognize successful efforts to save irreplaceable and authentic endangered historic places in Texas. “We’re proud to recognize projects as […]

Close your eyes and you are transported back to the days of Hank Williams.  Image courtesy of soundclick.com.

David Church Plays the Texan

From the iconic “Hank Williams” to his own “roots/retro” country music, David Church has made a huge impact on music enthusiasts all over the world. David & Terri Lisa have reignited a passion for traditional “RETRO” country music. They have made a connection that has crossed generations, from college students […]

Keeping it real!  Image courtesy of Taking Back the Country Tour.

Taking Back the Country

No, it is not the Making America Great Again Traveling Medicine Show but the Taking the Country Back Tour debuting at the Texan Theater in Greenville on Saturday, January 7th at 6:30 PM. Sammy Sadler and Ken Mellons kicked off their national Takin’ The Country Back Tour in March 2015 at […]

The Ramey Family puts on a darn good show! Image courtesy of Tony Ramey Productions.

Tony Ramey Plays the Texan

The Tony Ramey Family plays the Texan Saturday night at 7 PM.  The Ramey Family is a local band that has performed for the biggest stars in Nashville and Austin.  Debbie Money is appearing Saturday. Tony grew up on Bluegrass in Kenova, West Virginia trying to emulate Bill Monroe and […]