Whiskey Myers, With Old 97's, and Read Southall Band


After enjoying a day of Food Truck fare, a concert at the Young County Area is the perfect wrap.

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“You can tell when somebody is faking it,” says Cody Cannon, lead singer, and guitarist of Whiskey Myers, “and you can tell when it’s real.” This kick-ass band has been steadily building a devoted following with its gritty authenticity, and with their self-titled fifth album, they’re poised to explode.

Each one of the releases from Whiskey Myers has been bigger and bigger — following their break-out third album, 2014’s Early Morning Shakes, their most recent record, Mud, climbed to No. 4 on Billboard’s country charts in 2016. And that was before the group was featured in Kevin Costner’s TV series Yellowstone in 2018 (not just on the soundtrack, but on screen, performing in a bar), which propelled the band’s entire catalog into the Top 10 of the iTunes country chart…READ MORE


In 1996, Old 97’s recorded Too Far to Care. It was their major-label debut—following two independent releases and a year-long bidding war, the Dallas-based quartet had signed with Elektra Records. But rather than venture into some state-of-the-art studio in New York or LA, the band decamped to Village Productions in Tornillo, Texas, a remote facility in the middle of two thousand acres of pecan trees near the Mexican border, with a mixing board acquired from an engineer who had worked on some of Queen’s albums. Now over twenty years later, they have returned to record their eleventh studio album, Graveyard Whistling…READ MORE


In 2015, the local songwriting scene of Stillwater, OK brought together four like-minded individuals from completely different backgrounds who wanted nothing more than to play music. Read Southall became the talk of Oklahoma after the release of his acoustic album “Six String Sorrow” in 2015 that accumulated 8 million streams in just 3 years. In 2016, Read Southall decided that a group effort was the way to proceed with his fellow bandmates and the Read Southall Band officially came to light. They released “Borrowed Time” in the spring of 2017 which featured singles like “Don’t Tell Me” and “Why”, which made it inside the Top 10 on several streaming charts.

Details for the concert include:


Doors open at 5:30pm
Concert begins at 6:30pm


Presale tickets are available only online for $39.00.
Floor tickets are also available for $89.00.


Coolers allowed with an extra $20 per cooler fee. No glass. Nothing larger than 48qt. and only one cooler per ticket holder.

Lawn chairs, blankets, and dancing shoes.

No re-entry after entering the Young County Arena for the concert.


120 Barclay Blvd., Graham, Texas 76450