$20 Cover. Food available for purchase and will be delivered to your seat. BYOB. Come out to the Texan Theater and enjoy a song swap amongst friends on the Texan Stage, a one of a kind show you cannot get anywhere else. An up-close intimate and personal house concert and is geared toward the FAN and their experience.
“Some songwriters spend precious time struggling to find their truth and make it rhyme. Others just pick up their guitar and tell it. Scott Sean White is one of the others.”
– Jack Ingram
“I think God gives us art to penetrate the scar tissue on our hearts to make us feel something again. Scott Sean White uses artistry and craft for that very purpose. Sometimes his songs are beautiful. Sometimes they are painful. But it is a beautiful pain that makes us know we are alive. I’m a fan.”
– Tom Douglas (The House That Built Me – Miranda Lambert)
Texas-bred singer/songwriter Helene Cronin was a New Folk Winner at the prestigious Kerrville Folk Festival in 2018. She draws comparisons to Lori McKenna, Mary Gauthier, and other songwriters who share intimate experiences, unblemished honesty and their own unguarded vulnerability. Helene describes herself as a “story-singer.” She writes with a desire to share something special through songs that resonate with genuine emotion and, in their wake, impart lessons that her listeners can absorb within their own life experiences. It’s a direction and determination she’s pursued over the course of her career, and for that matter, most of her life as well. It’s flourished and been nourished ever since she first borrowed her brother’s guitar and taught herself to play.
John Apice wrote in Americana Highways, “Her vivid lyrical abilities are without question. She’s like Leonard Cohen – (She) writes with a good editing pen and produces tight, original tales, then adds an invigorating melody.
Tom Faulkner, a New Orleans-born singer/songwriter/producer knew by age 5 that music would be the fascination of his life when his mother took him to see “Lawrence of Arabia” and he begged her to buy him the music score. He graduated from Dallas’ Highland Park High School where he played in The Oracle, a popular Dallas band. After earning a degree in philosophy from Washington & Lee University in Virginia and playing for three years throughout the east coast in Daddy Rabbit, Faulkner returned to Dallas and put together The Coconuts, a band that achieved rapid and prolonged regional success.