The House of FiFi DuBois in Historic Downtown San Angelo continues to bring you awesome live music and Josh Grider plays their stage this Saturday, May 21st!!

Josh Grider is actually from Las Cruces, New Mexico but here is how he tells it in his music...“New Mexico raised me, Texas made me, Tennessee and me never could quite figure it out / I'm a long way from Las Cruces and I've come too far to turn back now.”

Grider left his hometown for Texas at age 18, pursuing a career in music. He found his niche in the live Texas country music scene and has now released four albums since 2005, the latest of which is his "Long Way From Las Cruces" album which came out in November of 2021. We play a number of Grider's songs on Kickin' Country 103-1.

Josh Grider is a great singer/songwriter who will certainly keep you entertained when he takes the stage. Here is a Josh Grider video to get you ready for the show!!

If you have never experienced what the House of FiFi DuBois has to offer, you are missing out on a great, fun time. It's a very unique atmosphere like none other, all about simpler times in modern ways. They have the coldest drinks, the best music and an ambiance that is says fun everywhere you look.

When it comes to music, they play a little bit of everything for everybody. From Classic Rock & Soul to Country & Blues they've got you covered San Angelo. Toni & FiFi are constantly continuing to bring you the best in live music, as they have for years!!

By the way, San Angelo's own Case Hardin just got his second #1 Texas Country single in a row on Friday with "When You Roll That Way" and The House of FiFi DuBois is throwing a celebration party this Thursday, May 19th as Case performs.

Plan on making both shows for a great time!!

The House of FiFi Dubois is located at 123 S Chadbourne downtown. For more information, call 325-658-3434.

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