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Tickets On Sale For Heart of Texas Country Music Museum’s 10th Anniversary Celebration
Wednesday, June 30, 2010 • Posted June 30, 2010

The Heart of Texas Country Music Museum will celebrate its 10th Anniversary on Saturday, August 28, at the Brady Civic Center in Brady, Texas. The event will be highlighted with an afternoon concert and an evening dance along with an open house at the Heart of Texas Country Music Museum.

Entertainment will be provided by Heart of Texas Recording Artists including The Survivors: Darrell McCall, Tony Booth and Curtis Potter with special guests including Georgette Jones, Pretty Miss Norma Jean, Frankie Miller, Landon Dodd, Mona McCall, Justin Trevino, Kimberly Murray and Rance Norton.

The afternoon matinee concert begins at 2:00 p.m. and the evening dance is from 8:00 p.m. until Midnight. The dance is BYOB.

Tickets will be limited to 800 and go on sale on Thursday, July 1, at 9:00 a.m. at the Heart of Texas Country Music Museum at 1701 South Bridge Street in Brady, or by phoning (325) 597-1895. Tickets are $15.00 each per person for each performance.

The Heart of Texas Country Music Museum was established to promote and preserve Traditional Country Music. Since its opening in August of 2000, the museum has grown to house one of the largest collections of Country Music memorabilia in the nation with literally thousands of items from hundreds of Country Music entertainers from Jimmie Rodgers to Garth Brooks.

Thousands of Country Music fans have visited the museum including entertainers Little Jimmy Dickens, Hank Thompson, Kitty Wells, Jim Ed Brown, Jett Williams, Ferlin Husky, Jean Shepard, The Whites, Johnny Bush, Moe Bandy and Gene Watson.

The museum was built and continually financed by the 1,000 member Heart of Texas Country Music Association and has never charged admission.

For more information about the museum or the association, log on to

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