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Polished Edge: Charlie Montague to play the Summer Music Series


Polished Edge: Charlie Montague to play the Summer Music Series


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If you’ve seen him before, then you know his show is not one to miss. If not, don’t miss out on the opportunity to see Charlie Montague live as he performs at the 2012 Summer Concert Series on the patio of the Floresville Event Center at 600 S.H. 97 W. from 5-10 p.m. Sunday, Aug. 12.

Charlie’s well-known electrifying performances have mesmerized audiences throughout the Lone Star State with hits like “Tomorrow’s Gone” and “The Judge’s Daughter.”

He emerged on the Texas music scene with an explosive impact in 2010 with the release of his first CD, self-titled “Charlie Montague.”

Growing up in a ranching family in the little Texas town of Bandera, Charlie was always surrounded by music. Family functions, which range from 200 to 500 in attendance, were and never are shy of music.

In the summer of 2010, Charlie debuted his passion for telling stories through songs and using his God-given talent on the stage of the 11th Street Bar in his hometown of Bandera.

He has opened for artists such as





Kevin Fowler, Reckless Kelly, Charlie Robison, John Conlee, Cory Morrow, David Allan Coe, and Tanya Tucker, and was one of the top 10 finalists in a fan-based contest at Billy Bobs Texas in Fort Worth.
 

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