NewsFriday night I'm back at the Red Brick Tavern Conroe, TX (acoustic show) 9:30pm
This place has a very cool vibe with the best food around! Please come early so you can get a seat up front!!
See y'all there ;)
This Sat Aug 30th I'm playing live from my living room on StageIt 8:30pm
check it out below!!
The Last Days of Summer are upon us.
Join us @Yaga's, Galveston TX Aug 16th we kick it off at 10pm!
This Friday night join me in one of the coolest towns around Fredericksburg, TX I am playing an acoustic show at The Auslander from 7pm-10pm
So excited to be part of the Bullet Blues Family, in fact I now have the honor of saying I'm a Bullet Blues Girl!!
Bullet Blues Jeans are my favorite, not only are the jeans stylish they are made right here in the USA!! Check it out for yourself I promise you will love the jeans and the story of how it all got started.
July 11 I'm playing a really cool venue in Fredericksburg, TX called The Auslander!
I love this place because they are big supporters of TX musicians & original music.
Hope to see ya there but come early we start at 8pm
SO Excited!! "Can't Let Go" music video
Special thanks to www.zoommovingpictures.com
YEA!!!!! I made it into the Cluttered Corner With Katie Key!! Check it out and pick up a copy of Best In Texas Music Magazine!!
for the Video Performance
For the Interview
I'm so excited I have finally finished my music!! My EP was recorded at Compound Studios and produced by Ken Tondre, I LOVE it and I hope ya'll will too.
Another review of the EP Texas Music News
My First Review by Robert K. Oermann Music Row Nashville
Jaida made her debut with a Christmas single a few weeks ago, so that leaves Sheila Marshall as our DisCovery Award winner.
SHEILA MARSHALL/Can’t Let Go
Writer: Randy Weeks; Producer: Ken Tondre; Publisher: Bug/EMI, ASCAP; Gerriec
Sidewinder guitars and a rumbling backbeat introduce the track. Then comes her strikingly bluesy, alto snarl. This baby rocks.
Songwriter Weeks was a founding member of The Lonesome Strangers, and his song was previously popularized by Lucinda Williams.
But Marshall makes it her own. Sing on, sister.
Hope To see y'all at a show soon!