Omni Fort Worth Hotel
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Fort Worth, Texas 76102

Cowtown Unplugged: A Songwriter's Showcase in Fort Worth, TX

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Experience a live music event like never before

We are excited to share that our 2024 show will be on May 26. We hope you will join us this Memorial Day for this can’t miss, live music event. Spend an evening with some of the best songwriters of our time telling their stories and performing their songs in a setting that can't be surpassed. Follow us on Instagram and Facebook to hear updates on this year’s concerts and lineups.

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Cleo Cordero

Cleto Cordero

Our Cowtown Unplugged headliner for the May 26 show is the brilliant Americana singer-songwriter Cleto Cordero, lead vocalist and guitarist for Flatland Cavalry (recently nominated for ACM Awards Group of the Year!) Formed in 2014 while attending Texas Tech University, Cordero and company made their presence felt within the Hub City’s songwriting circles and dancehall circuits. Banking on Cordero’s earnest pen and the band’s blend of country instrumentation, toe-tapping grooves, and earworm choruses, Flatland Cavalry quickly became a regional sensation. The band is now breaking into a gallop after years of hot trotting across Texas with the release of their third full-length album, Welcome to Countryland, in 2021 and their most recent album Wandering Star. Codero is married to Kaitlin Butts, an accomplished musician in her own right and a frequent collaborator with the band.

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John Fullbright

John Fullbright

Opening 2024’s Cowtown Unplugged series is Grammy-nominated John Fullbright. An American singer-songwriter from Okehmah, Oklahoma, he began playing the piano at age five and got his start in the music industry as a member of Turnpike Troubadours. Fullbright released his debut studio album in 2012, From The Ground Up, which received a Grammy nomination in the category Best Americana Album. He also Americana Music Association Emerging Artist nomination and awards from ASCAP and the Oklahoma Music Hall of Fame. “If you can’t say it, you don’t have to,” sings John Fullbright on “Bearden 1645,” the opening track to his new record “The Liar.” The album utilizes emotional and instrumental dynamics in ways Fullbright hasn’t allowed himself to explore fully before.

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