The Brazos Valley doesn’t hurt for good musical entertainment. Bryan/College Station residents can count on dozens of great performances throughout each week at the many venues in town.

This weekend is no exception, with the Grand Stafford Theater’s full lineup—The Gray Havens with Chris Renzema on Thursday, Feb. 21, followed by Keeton Coffman with Michael Witt on Friday, Feb. 22.

Husband and wife Dave and Licia Radford make up The Gray Havens, a group with very emotionally-inspired music and heartfelt lyrics. “Ghost of a King,” the newest release by The Gray Havens, premiered at #3 on the iTunes singer-songwriter charts, indicating a strong sense of direction for the group.

While Chris Renzema’s style is approachable and informal, his vocals will knock you off your feet.  Intense and compelling, his music reaches for you and reels you in. His song “You’re the Only One” is regularly performed in churches across the country.

Keeton Coffman will bring a more rock and roll vibe to the stage the following night. With an incredible stage presence and ability to engage an audience, Coffman will keep the entire crowd on their feet during his performances from his first album, “Killer Eyes.” Combining rock and roll with small town Texas, it’s going to be a show you won’t want to miss.

Michael Witt will also take the stage on Friday. The Bryan native will take a more sincere and emotional approach to his songs, and the incredible songwriting and unmatched delivery of his performances will move the crowd. A mix of acoustic folk and electric indie presents a unique show sure to entertain everyone.

Of course, there’s no better place to see any of these performances than the historic Grand Stafford Theater. While there isn’t a bad venue in the area, none can match the authentic feel and looks that the Grand Stafford presents.

Don’t miss out on great shows and a great venue! Get your tickets as soon as possible and enjoy multiple evenings out in Downtown Bryan.

To purchase tickets in advance for $10, go to: You may also purchase them at the door for $12.