Many talented artists have come from Texas, but South Texas in particular has raised a gem. Roger Creager is a Texas country singer who is as adventurous as they come. He loves his music, and he also loves traveling the world. His charisma is contagious, and his high-energy performances keep fans loyal, following him to concerts all around the globe—this week at our own Hurricane Harry’s on November 16.
Creager has a passion for living life to the fullest, allowing his fans to feed off of his positive energy. How many musicians do you know that have climbed Mt. Kilimanjaro? Not many, huh? And his music and performances reflect that courageousness. He gained his eagerness for music at a young age, and that eagerness followed him to Sam Houston State University, where he earned a degree in business and started his musical career. Creager then made his way to College Station and earned a second degree in agriculture. Aggieland was perfect for Creager, where the rooted Texas country scene allowed him to thrive as a musician. This award-winning country singer has a mixture of vocal ranges, from a higher hillbilly style to a deeper, smoother, melodic country pitch. He keeps his fans entertained and leaves every listener wanting more.
But hearing from just one talented musician isn’t enough! Well, congratulations, you get two! Red dirt musician Aaron Copeland is a country singer straight out of Corsicana, Texas, whose fan base is rapidly growing. He jump-started his career at the ripe age of 20 years old when he gained the opportunity to sing and play keys and guitar for the Casey Donahew Band. Copeland stayed with the band for six years, honing his talents and getting a feel for the tour life.
Copeland then joined a fearless country singer by the name of Sam Riggs. This allowed him to grow his fan base even more, gaining popularity in the country scene. As he began to grow as an artist, he felt it was time for him to start a solo career. This bold move has allowed him to travel the world, touring, and led to the release of his debut album, “Rain,” in 2017.
Both of these artists will be performing here in College Station, Texas, at Hurricane Harry’s on November 16, and you don’t want to miss it! Doors will open at 8 p.m., with Aaron Copeland kicking off the show at 9 p.m. Following Copeland’s performance, Roger Creagor will take over the stage at 10 p.m.