Oklahoma band behind the single “Gin, Smoke, Lies” weaves bluegrass and Americana into their country-rock sound; motorcycle ride beforehand
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$24 for one admission for the one-hour ride, which includes one general-admission ticket to the concert (up to $53.60 value)
Ride registration begins at noon, the ride begins at 2 p.m., and the concert begins at 4:30 p.m., with doors opening at 3 p.m.
Boot Ride San Antonio
The path: a one-hour route through the Texas hills, from Caliente Harley-Davidson to Floore’s Country Store
The mode of transport: motorcycle—bring your own
The reason: The Boot Campaign, an organization that raises money for and awareness about the struggles faced by veterans
Their genre: Red Dirt, which signifies hearty country music from Oklahoma
Other genres they bring to their sound: Americana and bluegrass
Their latest: 2015’s bizarrely titled The Turnpike Troubadors
What AllMusic.com had to say about it: “[T]he key to the success of the Turnpike Troubadours—both as a band and in this album in particular—is that they never draw attention to their depth and how they occupy a wide, woeful territory.”
Essential song to check out: the crop-dusted single “Gin, Smoke, Lies” from their 2012 hit album Goodbye Normal Street