Western Reserve Folk Arts Association

Little Texas – Rescheduled

All Ages
Friday, October 18
Doors: 6:30pm
$35 to $45
In 1991, Little Texas emerged as trailblazers in the evolving landscape of country music, introducing their debut album, ‘First Time for Everything.’ The band quickly ascended to become one of the decade’s top vocal groups, with songs exclusively written, recorded, and performed by its members. Boasting thousands of shows and 8 albums (selling over 7 million units), Little Texas earned the title of the “Hardest Working Band in Country Music.” They achieved an impressive 12 Top 20 singles, including iconic hits like “Some Guys Have All the Love,” “Amy’s Back In Austin,” “Kick a Little,” and “You and Forever and Me,” garnering multiple Grammy, CMA, CMT, and ACM nominations and winning the ACM for Top Vocal Group in 1994. The band’s enduring legacy is exemplified by their pivotal sophomore album, ‘Big Time,’ certified double-platinum, which produced timeless No. 1 singles,  “What Might Have Been,” “God Blessed Texas,” and “My Love,” solidifying Little Texas as 90s country music icons.
Celebrating 36 years as a band and 33 years since they made their debut on country radio, the band tours yearly nationwide. In 2024, Billboard named “God Blessed Texas” as No. 1 on their list of Best Country Songs featuring Texas in the Title.