The sounds of the 11th annual live music series at the County Line, 10101 I-10 W., have begun to fill the air.
The outdoor series, which runs 6:30-10 p.m. Wednesdays, features some great names in the music business, including Cory Morrow, Two Tons of Steel and Jason Boland, all for free. Admission is merely a donation of food or money to the San Antonio Food Bank. Concerts are held rain or shine.
“We’re looking forward to another successful year of this free music series, started 12 years ago by Randy Goss,” says Mike Crenwelge, general manager of the County Line. “Over the years, people who love country music and barbecue have truly showed where their heart is with their generous donations of food and money to the San Antonio Food Bank. Let’s continue to make Randy proud.”
The most recent lineup, which is subject to change, is as follows:
- March 30 — Kyle Bennett Band and Stonehoney
- April 6 — Jason Boland and Clint Martin Band
- April 20 — Stoney LaRue and Rob Baird
- April 27 — Cory Morrow and the Dirty River Boys
- May 4 — Bart Crow Band and John David Kent
- May 18 — Sean McConnell and Reed Brothers
- June 8 — Johnny Cooper and The Captain Legendary Band
- June 15 — Brandon Rhyder
- June 22 — No Justice and Stonehoney
- July 6 — Emory Quinn
- July 13 — Gary P. Nunn
- July 20 — Kyle Park and Clint Martin Band
- July 27 — Charlie Robison
- Aug. 3 — Zack Walther Band
Aug. 10 — Two Tons of Steel and Rockn’ H Band
- Aug. 17 — Brandon Jenkins
- Sept. 7 — Rob Baird
- Sept. 21 — Scott Wiggins Band
The performances are free; however, all who attend are asked to make a food or monetary donation to the San Antonio Food Bank. The 2010 music series raised more 52,640 pounds of food.
“The San Antonio Food Bank is extremely grateful to have this continued partnership with County Line BBQ again this year,” said Eric Cooper, president/CEO of the San Antonio Food Bank. “Since we began this partnership 11 years ago, we have collected more than 530,000 pounds of food that has helped feed thousands of hungry individuals each week in Southwest Texas. Randy’s legacy of helping others and fighting hunger continues to remain strong through this wonderful partnership.”