The Lumberyard has been a great addition to the Canyon entertainment scene. Since opening in May, it has brought some great bands to their stage, and many talented artists will have the opportunity to perform under the stars in Canyon.

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Kevin Fowler is one of those great artists, born and raised in Amarillo, he graduated from Tascosa High School and attended WT.   He's coming home to put on one great show and we had a chance to talk with him.

Kevin Fowler just returned from Cabo Fest something he and Roger Creager have been going to for years with other great artists.

Kevin was recently invited to play at The Grand Old Opry and made his official debut. He was welcomed by none other than Cody Johnson.

Kevin has been on the music scene for a long while, he began touring and playing his Texas Country in the late 90s and early 2000s and we talked about some of the changes he's experienced in the last 20+ years.

We also discuss whether it is easier for new artists to break into the music scene today because of social media.

Kevin always puts on one heck of a party when he's on the stage. Here's what we can expect from him on Saturday's show.

Don't miss Amarillo-grown Kevin Fowler this Saturday.

  • Saturday, June 22, 2024
  • The Lumberyard in Canyon
  • Doors Open at 7 pm, show starts at 8 pm
  • Special Guests: 3rd and Long
  • Purchase Tickets here.

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