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Dierks Bentley

Houston Rodeo veteran, Dierks Bentley, came back to his stomping grounds Monday night. This rodeo performance marks his sixth time at the Houston Rodeo and by now his audience has grown up. The seats were filled with families and older adults, who could identify with Bentley, a 39-year-old. “5-1-5-0” was a tough

RodeoHouston Review: Jason Aldean

Jason Aldean has been a favorite performer of RodeoHouston since his first appearance there five years ago. And for good reason. His stage presence is such that if he started singing the Yankee Doodle, he would still have the entire audience singing along. He has enough hits to last hours and everyone

RodeoHouston Review: Jake Owen

Jake Owen is a performer who likes to shake things up. His March 12 performance at RodeoHouston definitely shook up the idea of what a performance at the rodeo should be. He stood out amongst other performers from the very first minute when, instead of being brought to the revolving stage

RodeoHouston Review: Chris Young

For his second appearance at RodeoHouston on March 8, Chris Young wanted to come with a bang. The 28 year old Tennessee native brought excitement to fans young and old with his crooning, powerful vocals. While playing both old and new songs (Young performed his most well-known hits, "You," Tomorrow," and

RodeoHouston Review: Eli Young Band

Eli Young Band, born and raised in Tomball, came back for more Tuesday night as a RodeoHouston act. "It's good to be home!" Lead singer and acoustic guitarist Mike Eli quipped. And it certainly was. In honor of RodeoHouston's Military Appreciation Day, the band brought out their "close, personal friend of 20 years" Navy

RodeoHouston Review: Brad Paisley

f there's any rodeo concert that will separate the die-hard country fans from the rest, it's Brad Paisley. Paisley's often hilariously candid lyrics and twangy voice are sure to get any female swaying. As he took charge of the revolving stage for the eighth time, fans waited impatiently until the chords