On August 23, 2023

Houston Bernard to bring his original country music to the Woodstock Green


Friday, Aug. 25 at 6 p.m.—WOODSTOCK—The Woodstock Village Green will be filled with the sounds of original country music from Oklahoma as Houston Bernard visits Woodstock this Friday. Bernard’s country roots run deep in a family tree that includes songwriters, touring musicians and an outlaw  nicknamed “Bitter Creek,” featured by The Eagles  on “Desperado.” 

Bernard was born in Oklahoma, raised in Alaska. He is also an Army veteran who is now comfortably settled  as a professional and popular independent country music recording artist, touring across the United States. With musical inspiration ranging from Bruce Springsteen to Dolly Parton, Houston draws on rich roots in country and rockabilly music, delivering upbeat and soulful music with power. With original songs like “All We Are Is Memories,” “People We Are,” and “American Dream,” Houston has garnered hundreds of thousands of streams on Spotify and YouTube, and has been featured on Country Rebel, CMT.com,  and Heartland Network and land network. He has also shared bills with many country superstars including Luke Bryan, Old Dominion, Granger Smith, Michael Ray, Montgomery Gentry, Marshall Tucker Band and Clint Black. When you listen to Bernard’s new single “Ever Gonna Be,” produced by Bill McDermot, it’s immediately clear that they’ve recorded a country song for most people transitioning from one big life moment to the next.

In case of rain, the concert will be held in the Woodstock Town Hall Theatre.

For more information, visit: pentanglearts.org/event/houston-bernard.

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