The 5th Annual U.S. Navy SEAL Danny Dietz Memorial Team Roping (USTRC Affiliate) and Bar-B-Q Cook Off weekend is set for May 23-25, 2014 in Rosenberg, Texas at The Fort Bend County Fairgrounds. This year's event proves to be bigger and better than ever with the help of our generous sponsors, wonderful staff and hardworking crew. Four years ago, event coordinator Danny Quinlan met Gunner's Mate 2nd Class (SEAL) Danny Dietz's wife, Patsy at an event where she was speaking about her husband's life in the SEAL Teams and Operation Red Wing; where on June 28, 2005, four of America's most elite warriors were conducting a reconnaissance mission in the Hindu Kush of Afghanistan and came under fire, ultimately taking three of the four men's lives. Mr. Quinlan approached Patsy with the idea of bringing together the exciting sport of team roping with the SEAL community in an effort to honor her husband. The action packed weekend of roping events, great music, and newly added Bar-B-Q Cook Off will be a great way for each of us to get out this Memorial Day Weekend to honor and remember our Fallen SEALs. 100% of the proceeds from the weekend's events benefit The Navy SEAL Foundation.
JLY and Doug Reid, swapping songs and what-have-you.
Weekly Song Swap with the likes of Jeremy Bankhead, Trace Brooks, Morgan McKay, Steven Chase, and Chuck Collins.
Weekly Song Swap with the likes of Jeremy Bankhead, Trace Brooks, Morgan McKay, Steven Chase, Dan Scott, and Chuck Collins. Caleb Hoelcher generalky stops in for a few songs every week.
Sounds Like: Whiskey Myers, Marshall Tucker Band, Jack Ingram
Label: Mackabilly Music LLC
Manager: Jessy H. McAnally 281-746-5700
Douglas Reid was born in Houston, TX but grew up on his
grandparent’s cattle ranch in Willis, TX. Although Doug finished up
his school career in The Woodlands, he never forgot the
influence his early years on the ranch had on his musical career.
The harmonica was Doug’s first instrument, and at...See Full Bio
“We finally got out to hear some music with a stop at the Jailhouse. When we got there Doug Reid was playing. We hadn’t seen Doug in a long time and his brand of country rock had the crowd going. We used to see Doug at Borski’s when they were having music 6 days a week, and it was great seeing him again.”