Texas singer/songwriter Jay Adams will take the stage at the Odeon Theater Saturday April 7 bringing his gift of storytelling with a mixture of blues, rock and roll, country and folk. For two years he was the opening act for ZZ Top and shared concert billing with The Allman Brothers, Joe Cocker, Jackson Browne, Marshall Tucker Band, Bonnie Raitt, the Kinks and many others. After a 25 year hiatus from the music business Adams regrouped the core of his Roadhouse Scholars band and landed on a George Strait tour. Adams eventually hit the studio again and recorded The Shoe Box, and after its release toured as special guest for Stephen Stills. Now he’s readying material for another album and enjoying music more than ever before. His latest album, The Shoe Box, featured 10 new songs as well as three songs he wrote in the 1970s. Jay’s rendition of “John the Revelator spent a number of weeks at #3 on the Americana Music chart. The Shoe Box yielded 3 Top 10 singles on the Texas Music Chart. Doors open at 6:30 for Jay’s 7:00 performance. Reservations are $15 per person and must be paid in advance in order to secure your seat. Call Dennis or K Evans at 325 347 6781 for reservations and information. Make your check out to O.P.A. and mail to CONCERTS P.O. BOX 1599 Mason, TX 76856. The Odeon Preservation Association (OPA) concerts are a continued effort to raise money for the Odeon theater to keep the doors open for movie entertainment as well as live music and theater. The OPA is a 501c3 non-profit organization. For more information check www.theodeontheater.com Concessions will be open and guest may bring their favorite.