**JOSH ABBOTT BAND 2/17 SHOW CANCELLATION ANNOUNCEMENT**
Unfortunately, The Josh Abbott Band Is Going To Have To Cancel Their Show This Friday, February 17th, At Hurricane Harry’s Due To A Family Health Emergency. Josh And The Band Apoligize For The Inconvenience And The Show Has Been Rescheduled For Tuesday May 2nd 2017. Please Keep Josh And His Family In Your Thoughts And Prayers.
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It’ll be a “Good Night for Dancing” on February 17 when Hurricane Harry’s hosts the Josh Abbott Band with special guest Sunny Sweeney for a night of country music to polish off the week.
The Josh Abbott Band was established in 2004 when lead singer Josh Abbott began writing and performing songs with members of his fraternity while attending Texas Tech University. After one of the group’s first songs “Taste” hit the airwaves, Abbott ditched the books, made a few changes to the band’s lineup, and released his debut album “Scapegoat.”
In 2010, Josh Abbott Band not only released their second album “She’s Like Texas” which rose to 28 on the Country Albums chart, but sold out Billy Bob’s Texas, “the world’s largest honky tonk” in Fort Worth for the first time.
The band continued to climb up the charts in 2012, when their third album, “Small Town Family Dream” made it to the fifth spot on the Country Albums chart and hit 14 on the Top 200 Albums for the year.
In the last two years, Josh Abbott Band released their fourth album, “Front Row Seat” including hit singles, “Wasn’t that Drunk” and “Amnesia,” which debuted on the Top Country Albums chart at Number 9.
Houston native, Sunny Sweeney, best known for her first single, “From a Table Away,” released in 2010, made it’s way into the Top 10 U.S. Billboard Hot Country Songs in March 2011. Sweeny has released two albums since then that have both made it on the U.S Country Billboard charts.
Tickets are priced at $15 and can be purchased online, at Cavenders’ Boot City, and Aggieland Outfitters on University Drive. Doors open at 9pm, so be sure to get there early, grab a drink and a spot, and enjoy the Josh Abbott Band and Sunny Sweeney for the first time this new year at Hurricane Harry’s.