Kick off the first weekend of ‘lover’s’ month right and see two good ol’ country boys from the plains of West Texas play at Hurricane Harry’s. Singer-songwriters Aaron Watson with Randall King are set to take the stage Feb 1. With songs that tell tales of whirlwind romances and the agony of a broken heart, these boys will keep you guessing all night!

Born in Amarillo and based in Abilene, Watson comes from the dusty fields to spend some time in Bryan/College Station. From his very first album release in ‘99 to his latest album, “Vaquero,” released in 2017, Watson has produced over a dozen albums and played in “more than 35 states and six countries” over the past two years with his band, according to his website. His newest album, “Vaquero,” includes the single “Outta Style,” which reached the top 10 spot on the Billboard country chart.

The years of hard work and dedication sure have paid off; Watson has become a well known country music artist throughout his 17-year musical career. Known for the tender romantic style of his music, Watson’s songs consist of the smooth sounds of the fiddle, passionate heart-throbbing lyrics, and are made for Texas two-steppin’ and boot-scootin’ across a wooden dance floor.

Opening up the night is singer-songwriter, Randall King. Growing up in the hay fields of Hereford, just south of Amarillo, King seeks to bring his deep Southern heritage and family roots into his songs. Inspired by the classic country voices of George Strait and Alan Jackson, King released his EP album “Another Bullet” in 2016. From there, he worked to produce a full-length, self-titled album in 2018.

Featured on the album, his songs  “Keep Her on the Line” and “Mirror, Mirror” reveal stories that sure do make your heart heavy with hurt. The soulful sounds of bass guitar compliment King’s silky Texas twang, and his afflicting lyrics present a “Tuggin’ on My Heartstrings” story.

As a newcomer to the country music scene, King sets out to stay grounded in his traditional roots and share his humble beginnings through his music. According to his website, King says, “I want to make my stamp as an artist with this record…I can be me and still make an impact across the country.”

You can find available tickets through the Hurricane Harry’s website or for sale in-store at Cavender’s Boot City. Doors will open at 9 p.m. You must be 18 years or older to attend. Come along and bring some friends or that special someone to see the show!

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