In an era of ever morphing styles…
and sounds across today’s Country music landscape, Darrell Goldman and his band are making their way around Texas playing as many honky-tonks, dance halls, bars and other venues as they can across the Lone-Star state. Always wowing the crowd and winning new fans along the way, Darrell’s style of Country speaks to classic Country enthusiasts, those who embrace the newer sounds of today’s evolving modern Country genre and even those who say they never really thought they liked Country music until they heard Darrell’s style of Country.
From venues like Mercer Street Dancehall in Dripping Srpings, Crossroads Saloon and Steakhouse in Fredericksburg, Dance Across Texas in Austin, Coupland Dance Hall, Love and War in Texas in Lindale and Plano, Llano Crawfish Open, fans of all ages and backgrounds enjoy Darrell’s original music as well as the band’s own versions of many classics from George Strait to Merle Haggard and Gary Stewart in addition to a mix of little surprises like what one 2015 Shiner Rising Star judge referred to as a “stellar version” of Elton John’s Rocket Man Darrell “should record”.
A typical Darrell Goldman set would include nearly every song off his debut album, “The Bed I’ve Made,” in addition to an ever-growing number of new originals. Ever the class act, these talented, consummate professionals can play their originals, classics and other favorites captivating many of the most discerning of musical talents like a welcoming, rejuvenating float down the Guadalupe on a Texas Summer day.