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What a night of music and FUN at Southern Junction featuring THE TEAGUE BROTHERS BAND!

NO COVER until 9pm!  Get here early and enjoy a juicy, delicious steak.  Or come a little later and hear some great music for just $10 (under 21 $15)

Seating is first come, first serve. 

An Americana Folk Country Rock group led by U.S. Army & Song Writer veteran front man, John Teague.

 John Teague grew up in a family of farmers, saddle makers, construction workers and veterans. His blue-collar background taught him the value of hard work and the rewards that come from personal accomplishment. John—who runs a humble ranch and construction company in his hometown of Winnie, TX with his wife Desirae — he also is an Army veteran, having served a four-year stint that included a life-changing tour of duty in Iraq. The Teague Brothers Band's 2019 debut album Harvest Day earned widespread acclaim from critics and fans, and the tracks "Coyote", "Rainbow Bridge", and "Fingers and Thumbs" became surprise regional hits. On the Teague Brothers Band's new single “American Folk Song” John's emotionally precise songwriting explores the trials and triumphs of real life. While songwriting has earned John a reputation as one of the Lone Star state's most skilled young artists, the Teague Brothers Band have earned the loyalty of fans thru high-energy live performances. "Don't Want To Go Home", landed the Teague Brothers Band at number 2 on multiple Texas Charts.  "We love playing music people can dance to, but we also do a little more rock 'n' roll," Teague asserts. "We fit-in in dancehalls, larger concerts, and listening rooms.  Wherever they'll let us through the door." Their show is high-energy, boot stomping fun for all.  Whether you're their for the message or the music, the Teague Brothers Band deliver on both.  Teague and his bandmates are on the road and building on their prior successes every week. "I take a lot of pride in what we're doing," Teague concludes, " and I don't give up easy."