“Kickin’ Into Spring” Concert With Eric Paslay At Shooters In Texarkana
- Shooters Sports Bar Texarkana
- 310 E 49th Street, Texarkana, AR 71854 United States
Date and Time
The Kickin' Into Spring Concert with Eric Paslay and special guest Weston Burt is sponsored by Metro PCS and will be on Saturday, March 22. Doors open at 7 p.m.
Admission to the show is $12. Tickets may be purchased at Boot Barn located in the Richmond Ranch Shopping Center at 4123 Gibson Lane, Texarkana, Texas, 75503. The store is open Monday through Saturday between 9 a.m. and 8 p.m. and on Sunday between noon and 6 p.m. To reach the store by phone, call (403) 200-2769. Tickets may also be purchased online at Ticketfly. Guests must be 21 or older to attend. The show will be held come rain or shine.
About Eric Paslay
Texas native, Eric Paslay (Pass-Lay) started playing guitar at 15 years old. He was always surrounded by music growing up in Temple, Texas (near Austin) and grew up hearing stories about his grandfather's band, Arnold Schiller and the Moonlight Serenaders. Paslay had aspirations of being a songwriter and moved to Nashville to attend a music program at Middle Tennessee State University. During his schooling he interned with Cal IV Publishing and applied for a job in their tape room after graduation. He was denied the job because the boss feared he would stop writing songs. A few months later, Cal IV signed Eric to his publishing deal.
Seven years after his move to Nashville, Paslay signed with EMI Records Nashville. During those seven years he continually worked on his songwriting and played countless gigs around town. Paslay has penned or co-penned every song on his debut album. He currently has a songwriting cut, "Friday Night," on Lady Antebellum's Own The Night, as well as the number one Jake Owen single "Barefoot Blue Jean Night" which he co-wrote with Dylan Altman and Terry Sawchuk.
About Weston Burt
27-year-old Weston Burt is the singer/songwriter from Fort Payne, Alabama whose 2013 hits "Lucky Sometimes" and "Smile That Smile" continue to climb the charts. His musical style is infused with Southern rock and country. He loves nothing more than to play music and has been steadily performing ever since his first year at Auburn University. Now signed with Hit Shop Records, Burt tries to cover a wide range of music just like one of his musical heroes, Garth Brooks. But he has also been influenced by Lynyrd Skynyrd and Alabama, whose songs he played when he learned to play guitar.