This native Texan singer/songwriter started writing songs and playing guitar at an early age. A former collegiate and Professional Rodeo Cowboy Association member, Mack learned early on the value and advantages of being an independent thinker and writer. His ability to write songs and pick songs from other writers that people can relate to in everyday life is quite evident in the albums that Mack has recorded and in his stage show.

​Always wanting to be mobile and have the ability to take his live show outdoors anywhere, Mack had the idea to make a semi rig that would transform into a large outdoor stage, complete with sound and lights. Mack and long-time friend, Texas singer/songwriter, Kenny Zink, convinced Mack’s wife Jessie to help them build this rig. This rig has been used at various venues from Texas Motor Speedway to many outdoor festivals, including Mack’s Mason County Country Music Festival in Mason, Texas. On July 3, 2008, Mack and his band performed on Mack’s mobile stage at Willie Nelson’s Grand Opening at Carl’s Corner, Texas along with Willie, Darrell McCall, Leona Williams, and a host of other great country acts. This mobile rig can be seen at

Mack Abernathy

Briana Adams

The Native Sons

Logan Tucker

Tony Byers hails from the small town of Iowa Park, Tx and is a country boy through and through. Tony’s unique style blends real country music with a hint of blues and good old rock and roll. His amazingly wide range allows him to mirror many tones, from the rasp of Chris Stapleton to the smoothness of Ricky Van Shelton. Tony’s early-age influence by old school country singers such as Merle Haggard, Conway Twitty, Randy Travis, and Travis Tritt rings widely throughout his performances. Tony has shared the stage with some of Texas’ best including Jamie Richards, Brandon Jenkins, Jackson Taylor, and Austin Allsup. Tony works full-time in the oilfield business and rodeos in the PRCA as a steer wrestler and team roper, but his biggest passion is bringing his music to his devoted fans. 

Kane Alvarado Band

The Native Sons is a country western/rock quartet good for all ages from the Austin, Texas area. They specialize in music for the young and old including weddings, celebrations for company events or parties on the lake and have a combined 100 plus years experience playing a variety of country western and rock classics.



Tony Byers

Kane Alvarado, known as “The 10 year old guitar prodigy out of Texas,” has been playing the guitar since the age of 5. Kane’s performances include; SXSW, The 22nd Annual SRV Remembrance Ride & Concert, The Dallas International Guitar Festival, The Red’sFestival, festivals through- out the state of Texas and surrounding states, and Carnival Cruise (TIP 2019). Venues to include; Antone’s, Gruene Hall, Ernie’s on the Lake, Skylark Lounge and the South Side Ballroom in Dallas to name a few. Kane has had the opportunity to perform with many award winning musicians as well as Grammy winning musicians – To name a few; Los Lonely Boys and Del Castillo, and has also opened for the Peterson Brothers, Birdlegg and several other musicians. Kane is the youngest member of the Ernie Ball Family, the youngest to perform the National Anthem during the baseball games at Texas A&M University and also the youngest to perform at the historical Gruene Hall. Kane has an electrifying tone, and it makes him happy to hear the sound of his fingers making the guitar scream!



Her songs are a honky tonk acid trip of classic dancehall and 70’s outlaw country rolled into a tight-knit package, all headlined by a big Texas voice and an unmistakable style that’s all her own. And if you catch a little twist of blues and rock’n’ roll in the vocal, that’s not by accident. Growing up in a small Texas town like Winchester, that’s the way country music is done!

But in her heart, Briana Adams writes songs because it’s her outlet, her way of sharing herself with the world. That her music happens to have commercial appeal is secondary to her inner need to write it in the first place!

“I write music because it can be one of the most intimate forms of communication. When I was a little girl, I told myself I was going to be a musician and write songs and I’ve stuck with it. I do this because I LOVE IT!”


The Bellamy Brothers

Born in Austin, Texas and the youngest of six, Logan began showing interest in country music at a young age. He was influenced by the likes of Don Williams, Randy Travis, and Merle Haggard to name a few. Logan taught himself to play guitar at the age of thirteen and wrote his first song at the age of sixteen, maintaining his passion for music ever since. 

With his first full-length album, Reins, released in August 2015, the 10-song record (all original) covers a diverse musical ground from the feel good tempo of “Reins” to the revenge heartbreak of “Every Time You Call”. 



Howard and David continue to prove that the trail they’ve ridden to fame has been as unique as their music itself—music that is now celebrating 40 years of success.

These days when the subject turns to touring, The Bellamys are showing a new generation of country music how it’s done. “We’re old road dogs,” grins Howard when asked about the motivation behind the brothers 200 plus concert dates each year. Adds David: “Our live draw is bigger than it was in the ‘80’s. I think the same people that grew up with us and with our music in the ‘60’s and ‘70’s obviously have raised a whole new generation of Bellamy fans who started toddling to our music. Now they’re turning up at our concerts as college kids, who are really turned on and tuned in to us and our music….it’s a great feeling.”

The Bellamy Brothers latest project is their new album titled '40 Years' is an ambitious project that celebrates their career with 20 of their biggest hits and then adds 20 brand new songs in this 2 CD anniversary collection.