Norwood on Stage for the Fandango

30 06 2011

The sparks flying July 1st will not be from fireworks.

Coming to Dimmit for the Fourth of July Fandango, Country Music Recording Star, Daron Norwood lights up the stage. Bring your family to enjoy the entertainment from a Texas man whose songs will have you tappin’ and singing along. This is an event you don’t want to miss.

Starting at 7:00 pm to 9:00pm

Castro County Nursing and Rehab

1621 Butler Blvd.

Dimmit Texas

Free to the Public.

Daron Norwood has had several major hits on radio and music charts and has worked with some of the biggest names in Country Music; Travis Tritt, Alabama, Kenny Chesney, Mark Chesnut, Faith Hill, Tim McGraw, Merle Haggard, George Jones and others. He has performed on the Grand Ole Opry as well as touring most of the United States. In 2004, Daron Norwood was nominated for 5 awards, and was honored with the Song of the Year by the Inspirational Country Music Association with the song, “In God We Trust.” Daron is now in the process of picking and writing his songs for the Texas Country Debut album; single to be released this fall. Keep up to date at DaronNorwoodMusic.wordpress.com and Facebook.com/DaronNorwood

Cool off with some refreshments or a shot at the dunkin booth and water games, then settle in for a great evening of Daron’s hits, favorites, and perhaps one of his new songs.

For more information about the event: Contact Debra Robertson 647-3117

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Daron Norwood

Country Music Recording Artist

For Bookings: pr@westtexascountrymusic.com

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One response

1 07 2011
Suella

This is going to be a great show. Can’t wait to see you perform baby! Dayln and I are looking forward to listening to you! We love you!

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