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Acoustic Band show. Texas Mix radio show. Matt Fracht will open solo
Matt Fracht will open the show.
Nash Bash Festival in Beaumont, Texas, featuring Pat Green, Stoney LaRue, and Matt Fracht & the Contraband
Sounds Like: Steve Earle, Paul Eason, Shooter Jennings Official, Chris Knight, Pat Green
Label: Gene Boy Records, LLC
Manager: Reed Standly, The Standly Talent Management Group, LLC
Bio: Matt Fracht is from the small Texas town of Sour Lake. His small town upbringing and good ol' boy nature greatly influence his fantastic brand of Texas Country music. Matt began writing and singing his own songs in high school and continued to when he moved to College Station, TX to attend Texas ...See Full Bio
"In Texas dive bars, no sounds are more beloved than Southern rock and country. Local band Matt Fracht & the Contraband delivers on both counts. Frequenting rooms like Dixie Dance Hall and the West, Matt Fracht’s sound is whiskey-soaked Texas country delivered in a Southern rock package. Fresh off the release of the band’s new album Texas Retribution on June 21, Fracht will play an acoustic set at Oke Dokee’s tonight, with an encore full band show on July 26. Fracht is committed to the band full-time right now, taking the four-piece around Texas to play markets like College Station and Austin. You can expect a few familiar country covers at Fracht’s shows — and some surprises like Sublime’s “What I Got." “I feel like there’s room to grow in Beaumont,” Fracht said. “We wanna capitalize on the Texas country kinda Southern rock genre.” If you’re in the mood to step out for some rockin’ Texas country tonight, Fracht’s acoustic show is a good place to start.