Chad Cooke Band w/ support by David Pugh
Friday, September 22, 2023
Doors: 7:00 PM Show: 7:00 PM
Palace Theater - Bryan
105 S Main St
Bryan, Texas 77803
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Chad Cooke Band in concert at The Palace Theater - Bryan, TX

Friday, September 22nd - Doors at 7pm - David Pugh at 8:00 pm - Chad Cooke Band at 9 pm
Ticket Info:
  • $5 - Standing
  • $12 - $20 Reserved Seating *Couches and Tables are sold as a Package Deal
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Four modern-day cowboy crooners from Houston are swiftly leaving their mark upon the Texas country music scene. In and out of honkytonks, the Chad Cooke Band brings their unfiltered version of Texas Country Music to whiskey-drinkin’, two-steppin’ rowdy fans, one night at a time.

The band utilizes jaw-dropping three and four-part harmonies with a 90's country rock-n-roll edge.

Since the release of their debut album, Easy Way Home, in December of 2016, the Chad Cooke Band has produced FIVE Top 50 singles on Texas Radio. The band's "Oil Man" music video has amassed over 6 Million Views across social platforms!

Following the success of "Oil Man" and "Come and Take It", the band set off to Nashville in March of 2018 to record their next CD. Their sophomore album, Risk It All, is honest Texas Country music with just enough Nashville shine to attract the attention of music industry executives. The first radio single "Whatever It Takes" topped out at #3 and set the record for the longest-charting single on Texas Radio. The band then went on to land consecutive #1 singles on the Texas Regional Radio Report in "Life Behind Bars" and "Four Minutes" respectively.

Chad Cooke Band has shared the stage with the following acts: Aaron Watson, Whiskey Myers, Zane Williams, Aaron Lewis, Josh Abbott, Casey Donahew, Marshall Tucker Band, Kyle Park, Jon Wolfe, and Andy Griggs.