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Join us for an evening of music, food and fun under the Texas stars at The Shops at Willow Bend Concerts in the Courtyard. Friday evenings in October from 6:30 p.m. - 8:30 p.m. at the Crate&Barrel Courtyard located along West Park Blvd. Blankets, chairs, and picnic baskets are welcome. Food, beer and wine will be available for purchase by California Pizza Kitchen located in the Crate&Barrel Courtyard.Save
Roy Lee Nelson
Sounds Like: Bon Jovi, Jon Bon Jovi, Dave Bryan and the Westre Foundation, Tico Torres Fan Page, Richie Sambora
Bio: …, is an incredible almost uncanny reproduction of a live Bon Jovi concert. In fact they are so true to the actual artist that they were selected to appear on AXS TV’s nationwide live broadcast World’s Greatest Tribute Bands over every other Bon Jovi tribute band in North America, followed by he...See Full Bio
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“Judging from all of the dancing, cheers and applause last night, rock band “Blaze of Glory,” the Bon Jovi Experience really rocked Rockwall concert-goers at the weekly Thursday night “Concert By The Lake,” sponsored by the City of Rockwall’s Parks & Recreation Dept. As usual, the crowd was large at the event – at least 3,000 or so people were in attendance. Lead singer Trae Doss – who looks, dresses and acts the part of Jon Bon Jovi quite well – is quite a showman and fine singer. He had a lot of ladies up and dancing, swooning to his singing. Doss explained between songs that the band members are all tremendous fans of Bon Jovi and they chose their name from his famous “Blaze of Glory” song from the movie Young Guns II. He said with their performances they pay homage to him and all he’s done for rock music. Looks like people across DFW agree that they’re doing a fine job because they’re playing to great reviews across the Metroplex. ”