The San Angelo Cultural Affairs Council and Fort Concho National Historic Landmark are partnering to bring the 3rd Annual Cowboy Christmas Dance to the Fort Concho Stables on Thursday, December 3, 2015 at 7:30 pm.
Weldon Henson is to country music what an ice cold beer is on a "long, hard, hot, day" - refreshing. The first few notes out of his mouth and you know you're witnessing the real deal. He's a musician who can more than hold his own on the guitar and a songwriter who's lived his lyrics, particularly when it comes to his truck driving tunes that are reminiscent of growing up in the various cabs of his family's big rigs and drag line pits. So far he's paid homage to that way of life by including a truck driving song on each of his three albums; his 2008 debut album Tryin' To Get By, 2009's Trouble For Me, and his latest record, One Heart's Gone - a work on which the vocal maturity of this Budweiser beer, Lucchese boot sponsored baritone clearly resounds. But, truck driving tunes are only the beginning of this seasoned songwriter's repertoire. The titles alone of his most popular Texas country music station singles "Tryin' To Get By," "Turned to the Bottle," and "Trouble For Me" convey the assorted life experiences that resulted in the lyrical byproducts of this genuine artist !
Reserved tables for this popular event are available to businesses and individuals. Please consider the Cowboy Christmas Dance as a way to spread the Christmas Cheer with your family & friends, your clients, or your employees. The limited table seating will be sold on a first -come, first-served basis through sanangeloarts.com or by calling Cynthia Lackey with the San Angelo Cultural Affairs Office at 325-212-8595.
As an added bonus this year, SACAC and the Fort will be hosting a PRIVATE acoustic concert and
pre-concert dinner for table sponsors at 6:00 PM !