It is the start of 2016, and while there aren’t a lot of big concerts coming this early in the year, that doesn’t mean that music fans won’t have some nice shows to attend as the new year starts. This month sees some great local superstars and a legendary country music duo hitting the DFW area. Here is a look at the best country concerts coming to Dallas and Fort Worth at the start of 2016.
The Randy Rogers Band are coming to the House of Blues in Dallas on Jan. 14. The band is a Texas original, forming in the heart of Texas red dirt country in 2000 and becoming a national sensation along the way. Tickets for the show range from $25 for general admission to $32 for balcony and box seating.
Kacey Musgraves is another Texas native, cutting her teeth and becoming a star in the DFW area itself. After appearing on Nashville Star in 2007, she has since become the second most popular country star from the show after only Miranda Lambert. She plays at the Majestic Theatre on Jan. 21.
Rodney Carrington is the third Texas star that went on to huge things nationally. The comedian country music singer has starred in his own sitcom and appeared in the Toby Keith movie “Beer for My Horses” in 2008. Carrington will also appear at the Majestic Theatre, his show on Jan. 16.
The Bellamy Brothers are one of the most legendary duos in country music history, getting their start back in the 70s and hitting it huge with songs like “Let Your Love Flow” and “If I Said You Had a Beautiful Body Would You Hold It Against Me.” They will play at the Southern Junction in Royse City on Jan. 30.
Waylan Jennings was a legend in outlaw country music for decades, and his son Shooter Jennings still tours with his father’s band and performs legendary outlaw country music, as well as psychedelic rock. Shooter Jennings will be bringing his music to Dallas on Jan. 30 as well, with his show at the Gas Monkey Bary & Grill.