Daron Norwood in Concert – Littlefield, Texas

12 05 2011

West Texas Country Music Hayride – Littlefield, Texas

Good family entertainment!

Spend a musical evening with
Daron Norwood
& Reydon Stanford

Cathleen Tyson
& Trey Topper

Enjoy some of their favorite songs from legendary country artists . . . pop, and Daron’s hits.

CONCERT FREE  – Donations Accepted

Saturday, May 21st, 2011
7:00pm to 9:00pm

Meal offered by Littlefield Heritage
$7 Adults $4 12 & Under

Meal Proceeds to Benefit LHS Scholarship Fund | Meal starts at 5:30pm


About the Headliners: Daron Norwood and Reydon Stanford

Daron Norwood

Daron Norwood has had several major hits on radio and music charts and has worked with some of the biggest names in Country Music ….. Jim Ed Brown, Travis Tritt, Alabama, Kenny Chesney, Mark Chesnut, Faith Hill, Ti

m McGraw, Merle Haggard, George Jones and others.

Daron Norwood’s hits include “If It Wasn’t For Her I Wouldn’t Have You”, “Cowboys Don’t Cry”, “If I Ever Love Again”, “Bad Dog No Biscuit”, “My Girl Friday” and “In God We Trust”.

He recorded “You’d Be Home By Now” for the movie soundtrack “A Thing Called Love” starring River Phoenix and Sanda Bullock. He also co-wrote and recorded “Little Boy Lost” for the Keit Whitley tribute album that went Platinum. He has performed on the Grand Ole Opry as well as touring most of the United States.

In 2010, Daron Norwood released his latest video “Take Me Back” In 2004 Daron won Song Of The Year by the Inspirational Country Music Association.


Reydon Stanford

At 17, Reydon Stanford co-founded in 1979 “THE ANCHOR BROTHERS BAND,” and began recording and touring the Southwestern United States. The band was very successful, holding well over 200 concerts per year for fifteen years; recording eleven albums co-produced by Don Caldwell and Grammy Award winning producer, Lloyd Maines,

The Anchor Brothers Band was the opening act for well known Gospel bands like the Kingsmen, and Gold City Quartet. Performing also on Lubbock’s show – West Texas Saturday Night Opry twice in between road shows.  The band was welcomed in the Johnnie High Country Music Revue on stage in Fort Worth in the 90s.
The band had two seasons on PBS with their own variety show named “Down the Road with The Anchor Brothers Band.” The Christmas Show was a favorite and played for many years after in syndication.

After that fifteen years “on the road,” Reydon Stanford became the Senior Pastor of Trinity Christian Center Church in rural West Texas; continuing to lead praise and worship weekly with the church praise band, dynamically teaching the Holy Bible and pastoral counseling. His articles are read daily by people all over America and in over fifteen Countries.





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