We may be based outside NYC, but we absolutely are fans of Texas/Red Dirt music and love catching up with the troubadours, both those who live the dream and those who are chasing it, via the "Troubadour, TX" shows. It was announced today that there will be seven new season three episodes of the docu-reality show set to air, with the first debuting April 26th.
Texas singer-songwriter television series “Troubadour, TX” will return April 26, 2014 with all-new episodes to finish out its third successful season on the Texas Plus syndicated network of 17.3 million homes throughout Texas and key surrounding markets.
The new episodes will have even more of a focus on the music, getting back to the basics of what it takes to make it as a troubadour in Texas. The final seven episodes of the season will include a variety of Texas music, including Country, Pop, Americana and Alternative.
Returning troubadours include Zane Williams, Josh Grider, Cody Johnson,Curtis Grimes, Michaelis and Kylie Rae Harris. The final episodes of season three will also showcase some new talent, including Andrew Ripp and Jackopierce.
The new episodes will continue to feature those troubadours living the dream, such as Ray Wylie Hubbard, Rodney Crowell, Jack Ingram, Wade Bowen, Roger Creager and more.
Co-creator of the series, Stacy Dean Campbell, narrates the docu-reality series, and legend Kris Kristofferson appears each week in a segment where he shares his advice on the music, the passion and the journey.
For a sneak peak of the new episodes, click here.
“Troubadour, TX” first premiered across America in 2011. The show has continued to introduce dozens of singer-songwriters as they chased their dreams across the Lone Star State. The documentary-meets-reality TV series focuses on a concentrated lineup of talent, characterized as artists either “Chasing The Dream” or “Living The Dream.”
For more information on the show, visit www.TroubadourTX.com.