Rockin Rodeo is know for Texas Music on Thursday nights and this one is no different. This Thursday Rocken Rodeo is excited to welcome back Micky and the Motorcars.

Micky and The Motorcars are a long time fan favorite, they have been on the Texas Music scene for many years. I didn't realize this, they released their first album in 2002, "Which Way From Here."  Their last album was released in 2019 called, "Long Time Comin" They will be back on the Texas Music Stage this Thursday night at Rockin Rodeo. You can get your tickets HERE! 

Here is  a little background history on Micky and The Motorcars: 

The band has its origin in Idaho, other founding members were their childhood friends Travis Hardy on drum and Mark McCoy on bass. They moved to Austin, Texas, where Joseph Deeb on lead guitar joined the band.[1] The band had undergone a number of personnel changes since its founding. Mark McCoy left the band in 2011 and died in 2012 in a rafting accident.[2] The band currently consists of Micky Braun (acoustic guitar, lead vocals), Gary Braun (lead & harmony vocals, guitars, mandolin, harmonica), Pablo Trujillo (lead guitar, pedal steel), Joe Fladger (bass), and Bobby Paugh (drums & percussion).

The band is also tied to the Texas Music movement and to a lesser extent the Oklahoma based Red Dirt Music Scene. Every year the band, in conjunction with their brothers and fellow musicians in Reckless Kelly, host the Braun Brothers Reunion in Idaho to celebrate the music and different artists from the genre.

Don't forget to mark your calendars for next Thursday, you don't want to miss Grant Gilbert. 


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