Robert Earl Keen in concert with Cody Morrow
Three decades after the release of his debut album, No Kinda Dancer, with 18 recordings to his name and thousands of shows in his rear-view mirror, Robert Earl Keen has blazed a trail that’s earned him living legend status in Americana music and at home in Texas. It was 1989’s West Textures album, and the debut of “The Road Goes On Forever” in particular, that kicked Robert Earl’s career into high gear. His literate songwriting and razor wit created a grassroots following for instant classics like “Corpus Christi Bay,” “Whenever Kindness Fails,” “Gringo Honeymoon,” “Dreadful Selfish Crime,” and “Merry Christmas From the Family.”
For this concert, chairs will be provided and concessions will be sold, including beer and wine. For this concert, ticket holders are asked to not bring chairs, coolers, outside food or beverages, or pets. Free parking for the concert is available all around the Levitt Pavilion in Downtown Arlington.