913-207-4148 JeffC@AztecShawnee.com

Randy McAllister
And the Hermosa Prairie Dogs

Friday, April 8, 2022
Doors open at 7:00pm and show starts at 8:00pm
Tickets $20 plus fees and tax online
$25 plus tax at the door the night of the show

Grammy nominated, singer, songwriter, harmonica player, drummer and legend of East Texas Blues/Roots. Roustabout, maverick, spiritual, gritty, amazing, wild, bad-ass, soulful…these are some of the words used to describe this Texas bonafide blueblood. One of America’s true blue/roots originals, he’s been flying in the face of convention his whole career. No smoke, no mirrors, no choreography, no industry machines.

Raised in the small Texas town of Novice, McAllister is a sixth-generation Texan whose father was a fireman and a drummer in a band called The Flames. Randy followed in his footsteps from a very young age, but the drums were just the beginning. Mcallister found the harmonica in his early 20’s while stationed in Massachusetts as a member of the US Air Force, taking cues from Boston blues legend and harmonica master ” Earring George’ Mayweather.

By the time he returned to Texas in 1992, he was a strong, skillful harp player who was establishing himself as a world-class singer and songwriter. In 1997 , McAllister signed with JSP records, releasing three highly acclaimed CD’s before going on to issue recordings with Severn Records and Reaction Records. He is one of the most uniquely talented and original contemporary blues/roots artists.

The genuine article, who has been burning up the road for a mighty long time, delivering his brand of East Texas Blues/ Soul from one end of the country to the other.

He has 16 CD releases to his credit with his newest release, ” Paperbag Salvation ” out in March of 2021.

Doors open at 7:00pm show starts at 8:00pm

Tickets are $20 plus fees and tax online or $25 at the door night of the show

Friday, April 8,  2022
Doors open at 7:00pm & show starts at 8:00pm

Tickets are $20 plus fees and tax online or $25 plus tax at the door the night of the show.

Aztec Shawnee Theater has a full bar

Concessions will be available for purchase