Fri
Apr
23
Shenandoah
Friday, April 23, 2021
Show: 7:00 PM
The Coyote Store
100 West Wasson Road
Gail, Texas 79738
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Shenandoah at The Legendary Coyote Store

Ticket Options:

New Date - April 23rd, 2021
  • $25 - Advance General Admission - Includes Admission to the Show
  • $39 - Table Seating - Includes 1 seat at a table
  • $61 - Table Seating w/Steak Dinner - Includes 1 seat at a table and a steak dinner
  • $300 - Reserved Table for 8 - Includes 8 seats at a reserved table
  • $475 - Reserved Table for 8 - Includes 8 seats and 8 Steak Dinners

General Admission Ticket Holders Can Bring Your Own Chair

The Coyote Store has a "no refund policy". In the event that The Coyote Store changes the date of an event, your original event tickets will still be valid. In the event that an artist cancels an event which is not rescheduled, ticket buyers may contact the Coyote Store at 806-756-4330 to redeem ticket credits.

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TICKET TYPE
PRICE
QUANTITY
Advance GA
$25.00
Table Seating
$39.00
Table Seating with Dinner
$61.00
Reserved Table for 8
$300.00
Reserved Table for 8 with Dinners
$475.00
When Mike McGuire and guitarist Jim Seales started a band in the clubs of Muscle Shoals, Alabama in 1984 they never dreamed their dedication to great music would lead them down such a long and illustrious road. By late 1985 they had added bassist Ralph Ezell, keyboardist Stan Thorn, and a struggling bluegrass singer named Marty Raybon to the mix and were confident they had the winning combination they’d been looking for, and the Grammy award winning group Shenandoah was born.

Within their first two years on CBS records, the band scored 5 number one records including “Church on Cumberland Road”, “Two Dozen Roses”, “Sunday in the South”, and “Next to You Next to Me”. But after a lengthy legal battle over the name ‘Shenandoah’ they moved to RCA records. In no time at all they hit again with 4 more number ones including “If Bubba Can Dance, I Can Too”, written by drummer Mike McGuire and lead singer Marty Raybon, and the heartfelt “I Want to Be Loved Like That.” Also during this time their friendship with Dallas Cowboy Superbowl quarterback Troy Aikman lead to his video debut as ‘Cowboy Joe’ in the classic Shenandoah song “Her Leaving’s Been A Long Time Coming” also written by McGuire.