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Shay Domann at 2920 Roadhouse in Hockley, Texas

Shay Domann at 2920 Roadhouse in Hockley, Texas

Saturday, April 27, 2024
Doors | 6:00 PM
Showtime 8:00 PM
2920 Roadhouse
21835 FM 2920
Hockley, Texas 77447
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Shay Domann at 2920 Roadhouse in Tomball, TX

April 27th - Doors: 6:00 PM - Show: 8:00 PM
Dinner Served from 6:00 to 8:00

  • $26 - Advance GA (Standing Room Only - Outside of Deck Rail)
  • $26 to $30 per Reserved Seat Ticket  (Must purchase entire table)

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Price: $26.00 - $30.00
Ticket Type Price Quantity
Reserved Seats $26.00 - $30.00 Pick Seats
General Admission - SRO $26.00
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In the spring of 1991, Shay placed a call to his Parents and informed them that he wasn’t coming home at the conclusion of his freshman semester at SFA. “I met some guys who played in a band, and they needed a new lead singer. They said I could live with them, they’d get me a summer job, and we’d play some paying gigs. Fifty bucks a night and free beer – I had to keep pinching myself!” The guys kept their promise and his life was forever changed. After a couple of years of playing with the band, Shay had a chance meeting with some other musicians during a Happy Hour at Crossroads in Nacogdoches. “Chris Harris and Eric Maaz were playing there with another band. All of us were kind of looking for something else musically at the time.” Within a few months, they (along with drummer Dave Cahal) were packing the clubs and developing quite a following with their new party band project - “Honest Mango”. Shay recalls those days fondly, “We had shows where we would put a couch on stage for a few lucky fans sit on, or sometimes we would let Eric’s dog (Duke) lay down and somehow go to sleep at the front of the stage. One time we even smashed a pie in some people’s faces for requesting a song we were really tired of playing. It was so much fun – we had a great chemistry, made decent money, and went to an awesome school full of people who loved the music and loved to party”.