Camp House Concerts proudly presented the 65 & Sides Society’s Fall Music Festival and Dinner on October 14th, 2017. The power-packed lineup delivered over 8 hours of great live music.
The SiriusXM Willie’s Roadhouse and Outlaw Country radio personality, Dallas Wayne made his first appearance at the Camp House. James Steinle returned to the Camp House to serenade the audience with his unique style while shining some light on his first full length album, “South Texas Homecoming”. County Music Association Finalists for Christian Country Songwriter of the Year, Kelly Kenning performed acoustically displaying his powerful songwriting ability. The Drew Moreland Band, brought a high energy set to the concert that had everyone on their feet!
PHOTOS OF THE CONCERT
VIDEOS OF THE CONCERT
Dallas is a singer, songwriter, radio, DJ, voice-over artist, actor and music producer who has performed throughout North America and Europe. Ray Waddell from Billboard Music said this about Wayne, “If you don’t get Dallas Wayne, you ain’t country.” Wayne will be one of the most decorated artists to perform at the Camp House as he has a storied career with the awards to show for it.
Dallas Wayne was named the 2014 Ameripolitan Disc Jockey of the Year for his work with SiriusXM Satellite Radio. Wayne was recently inducted into the Disc Jockey Hall of Fame by the Texas Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum.
When he is not pickin’ and writing music, you can listen to Dallas Wayne weekdays from noon to 6 p.m. eastern time on Willie’s Roadhouse, channel 59 and Tuesday thru Friday on Outlaw Country, channel 60 from 10 a.m. to noon eastern time, all on SiriusXM’s Satellite Radio.
Kelly Kenning is a native Texan, born with Country Music in his blood. At 14 years of age, Kelly began singing & playing country music in a little town called Alice. Kenning has been named as one of the finalists for the Christian Country Songwriter of the Year by the Texas Country Music Association.
Kelly has recorded two CD’s which held songs that hit various charts such as “She Beat the Cheat Of Me”, “Pure Strait Country”, “Daylight Wasting Time”, “Memories of You”, “Broken Bones”, & “Nothing But Smoke”.
AUTHENTIC. TEXAS. MUSIC. Just three words needed to sum up the singer/songwriter, James Steinle. He described his unique style as, “a style of Texas Country Music that fuses blends of Norteno, Tex-Mex, Tejano, Country and Western, Bluegrass, and Rock together into a style that is representative of me as an individual.”
Steinle, University of Texas-Austin graduate, was born in San Antonio, Texas, grew up in Dhahran, Saudi Arabia, and spent some time in Landstuhl, Germany. Later, he went on to say, “I have been fortunate enough to see many places in this wonderful world we inhabit. I have always taken pride in being aware and observant, so many of my songs come from vivid memories I recall from different times in my life.”
Drew Moreland Band
Despite growing up in San Antonio, now the 7th largest city in the United States, Drew’s life was grounded by his parents who both came from a small farming community. From an early age, he enjoyed listening to music and playing it came naturally. Drew currently resides in Marion, TX.
Drew Moreland and the Neon Hustle got its start in the spring of 2016 as a songwriting project between Drew and his brother-in-law Garland (Lee) Wenner. At the time, there were no intentions to actually start a band. It wasn’t until Drew was invited to play country music at a summer event that a band materialized to play some of the songs they had written.
Drew Moreland and The Neon Hustle played over 250 live performances in 2017.
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MISCELLANEOUS CONCERT ITEMS
Press Release & Artist Profiles
- Fall Festival Press Release, Aug 01 2017
- Upcoming Music Announcement, Jul 17 2017
- Festival Lineup Update, Sep 23 2017
- Dallas Wayne – Artist Profile, Oct 16 2017
- Kelly Kenning – Artist Profile, Oct 06 2017
- James Steinle – Artist Profile, Mar 24 2017
- Drew Moreland Band – Artist Profile, Oct 06 2017