George Brothers Inducted into Hall of Fame
Thousands of country music fans have watched the George Brothers perform at the Ozark Mountain Hoedown in Eureka Springs.
The George Brothers own the theater and have been performing there for many years, but now they’re Hall of Famers.
The George Brothers have recently been inducted into the Texas Music Hall of Fame.
Randall George is thrilled with the news.
“It’s an honor. We’re the first band from Arkansas to be inducted. It’s kind of Texas giving their stamp of approval to the George Brothers.”
The Red Dirt Radio format has exploded in Texas and Oklahoma. Now it’s flowing like a melody into Arkansas.
It’s radio air-play for artists that have trouble getting heard in Nashville. Randall says The George Brothers are enjoying this hot new format.
“It’s just any kind of music, feel good music. There really isn’t a label on it. Just really good music.”
In other words, they’re country-rockin’ artists who don’t fit the Nashville mold.
The George Brothers have toured in Texas, Oklahoma, and Louisiana and they’ve got fans all over the Ozarks.
Dawayne George says if you want see them live, then get on down to the hoe-down.
The ticket office opens up at 10 a.m. The George Brothers are out there every day except for Tuesday.
You can catch their act at the Hoedown for only $20.
Their latest CD is entitled ”Brothers, Friends, and Outlaws Forever”. Now they can add Hall of Famers to the list.