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Tomball Texan for Fun

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Brandye Porter 😃

Sam Houston Trail Riders pulling into the Depot at Tomball. ... See MoreSee Less

A special thanks to the sponsorsors of today's Sam Houston Trail Ride Reception in Tomball.
Nonnie's Cafe & Creamery
Tony Swonke Entertainment
And, K-Star 99.7 FM

You all helped to make this a great event . . .
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It was the best of days! Thank you for having us! And thanks to every one at the city of Tomball and sponsors who helped to make this the best trailriders reception to date 🤠🐴

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From her spot-on tribute to Patsy Cline to other familiar old-style honky tonk favorites, Lisa Layne is real country.

In 2005 Lisa, along with Vince Vance and Valiants, was inducted into the Louisiana music Hall of fame.

In 2008-2011, due to her work as Patsy Cline in Nashville, Lisa had the opportunity to produce and perform the Ted Swindley production of Always Patsy Cline in Branson, Missouri.   This show won the “Branson Show Awards” Best Live Musical in both 2010 and 2011, as well as Lisa receiving the Female Vocalist of the Year in 2010.  
In 2011 Lisa formed the band “Lisa Layne and One Layne Road”,  focusing on recording and performing music at festivals, fairs, corporate events, casinos and good ole Texas dance halls.

In 2016 and 2017 Lisa was awarded the Will Rogers Pure Country Female Vocalist of the year by the Academy of Western Artists.

Most recently Lisa and the band have opened for Restless Heart, Bobby Flores as well as headlining at the Texas State Fair, National Corgi Dog Show and the Penny Gilley Show on RFD TV.   Lisa has also performed at the Lil Reds Longhorn Saloon in the Ft. Worth Stock Yards and the legendary Stagecoach Ballroom along with many more venues and events.

Now you can see Lisa at the Honky Tonk Chili Challenge at the historic Depot Museum in downtown Tomball on Saturday, March 21 along with John Arthur Martinez, Palomino Moon and the County All-Stars.  Admission and parking are free!  Gates open at 11 a.m.