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Goober Gazette: Flores to entertain at Coronation
Not only will attendees be able to enjoy the beauty and feel the excitement that the Coronation brings every year, but they’ll also be able to hear the sounds of 2003 Grammy Award winner Bobby Flores and his six-piece band at the Coronation of Queen Tunaep LXIX on Thursday, Oct. 10, at 7 p.m.
Bobby Flores and the “Yellow Rose Band” will perform the best of traditional country and western swing music. Bobby is a multi-instrumentalist, vocalist, arranger, producer, composer, and first call session musician. He has recorded and performed on stage with the legendary Ray Price, and has also shared the stage and recorded with Willie Nelson, Johnny Bush, and Doug Sahm, to name a few.
Bobby has been performing in Texas dance halls since he was 9 years old. He has performed on “Austin City Limits,” at The Grand Ole Opry, on “TNN Prime Time,” at The Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C., and at numerous Willie Nelson 4th of July picnics. He was featured on the “Stars Over Texas” show on CMT, along with Vince Gill and Dolly Parton. Bobby has also had the honor of being an inductee into the “Texas Western Swing Hall of Fame.”
He has been featured on more than 400 albums, CDs, and singles, including performances on major labels.
Don’t miss the opportunity to hear Bobby and the “Yellow Rose Band” at this year’s Coronation.
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