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

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Country Music Hayride Performs for Lyceum Theatre Fund Raiser

26 05 2011

The Historic Lyceum Theatre presents the Country Music Hayride featuring country music recording artist, Daron Norwood and Anchor Brother’s singer songwriter, Reydon Stanford. Immediately following the Rodeo Parade on June 4th, 2011, head on down to the theatre for a concert full of family fun, great music and entertainment.

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Shelbee, a reason for singing

10 05 2011

On May 7th, 2011, Daron Norwood and Reydon Stanford brought the West Texas Country Music Hayride to Seminole Texas.

Brian Overton had set up an opportunity to raise money for a very special family, The Roberts, by finding the availability of the high school auditorium that seats 1200.

The Roberts’ daughter at 5 years old, Shelbee, has been in treatment for cancer, and the tumor has wrapped around her brain stem. Despite the hard times, treatments and side effects from the medication, Shelbee shines a personality brighter than the sun. What a joy she is and encouragement to others with her outpouring of love to her family and all those who help her.

Daron Norwood, Reydon Stanford, Cathleen Tyson and Trey Topper put on a show for over two hours bringing Shelbee up on stage twice. She giggled at jokes and belly laughed at Daron’s antics on stage as he did impersonations of Willie Nelson, Ray Charles and George Jones. Good to see her laugh so hard.

Although the crowds were not as large as we had hoped for this benefit, the WTCMH gang are hoping to come back again to Seminole where such wonderful people preside.

The last song of the night was a song Daron wrote a while back but had not performed it. He brought the family on stage at sang, “Love Me Past the Pain.” A very emotional song for a very special evening.