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The Texas Crossroads concert series at McDavid Studio comes to a rousing finale, thanks to Josh Halverson, Abraham Alexander and Jonathan Terrell.

Award-winning songwriter and finalist on NBC’s The Voice, Josh Halverson has one goal when it comes to his music: “To express feeling.” His earnest recordings, “One Shot” and “Year of the Thunderbird,” blend his current acoustic roots sound with shades of the rollicking R&B and rock ‘n roll he grew up loving. A member of the Lower Sioux community, he received the Artist of the Year and Best Folk Recording awards at the 17th Annual Native American Music Awards this year. He was also named the Artist of the Year at the Country Music Awards of Texas for 2018.

Abraham Alexander lives in Fort Worth, by way of Athens, Greece. His soulful, bluesy voice takes listeners on a personal journey. He recently released his debut single, "America," which is available on iTunes.

Jonathan Terrell fronts Austin outfit Not in the Face but moonlights as a solo acoustic act. He recently released a new EP, Color Me Lucky.

The Texas Crossroads concert series at McDavid Studio comes to a rousing finale, thanks to Josh Halverson, Abraham Alexander and Jonathan Terrell.

Award-winning songwriter and finalist on NBC’s The Voice, Josh Halverson has one goal when it comes to his music: “To express feeling.” His earnest recordings, “One Shot” and “Year of the Thunderbird,” blend his current acoustic roots sound with shades of the rollicking R&B and rock ‘n roll he grew up loving. A member of the Lower Sioux community, he received the Artist of the Year and Best Folk Recording awards at the 17th Annual Native American Music Awards this year. He was also named the Artist of the Year at the Country Music Awards of Texas for 2018.

Abraham Alexander lives in Fort Worth, by way of Athens, Greece. His soulful, bluesy voice takes listeners on a personal journey. He recently released his debut single, "America," which is available on iTunes.

Jonathan Terrell fronts Austin outfit Not in the Face but moonlights as a solo acoustic act. He recently released a new EP, Color Me Lucky.

The Texas Crossroads concert series at McDavid Studio comes to a rousing finale, thanks to Josh Halverson, Abraham Alexander and Jonathan Terrell.

Award-winning songwriter and finalist on NBC’s The Voice, Josh Halverson has one goal when it comes to his music: “To express feeling.” His earnest recordings, “One Shot” and “Year of the Thunderbird,” blend his current acoustic roots sound with shades of the rollicking R&B and rock ‘n roll he grew up loving. A member of the Lower Sioux community, he received the Artist of the Year and Best Folk Recording awards at the 17th Annual Native American Music Awards this year. He was also named the Artist of the Year at the Country Music Awards of Texas for 2018.

Abraham Alexander lives in Fort Worth, by way of Athens, Greece. His soulful, bluesy voice takes listeners on a personal journey. He recently released his debut single, "America," which is available on iTunes.

Jonathan Terrell fronts Austin outfit Not in the Face but moonlights as a solo acoustic act. He recently released a new EP, Color Me Lucky.

WHEN

WHERE

McDavid Studio
301 E. 5th St.
Fort Worth, TX 76102
https://www.basshall.com/tickets--events/2018-19-pafw-season/texas-crossroads/halverson-alexander-terrell/

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$22-$35
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