Bobby Marquez is heading out west for the new season. Two-step dancers
will be filling the dance floor at the Hard Rock Tulsa Casino’s Track 5
Club on Thursday, September 26th when Bobby Marquez and his band hit the
stage. It is the kickoff of the fall leg of Marquez’s Honky Tonkin’
Marquez and his Musical Rodeo will head down the road to West
Tennessee the next day for his annual performance at the Buck Creek
Trail Ride benefiting St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. Bobby
Marquez will headline concerts both Friday, September 27th and Saturday,
September 28th to raise funds for a cause dear to his heart. The event
is open to the public with dances, games, rides and vendors on the
grounds in Alamo, Tennessee.
The following weekend Bobby Marquez is back on the legendary
Grinder’s Switch Hour. The live radio show is held in Minnie Pearl’s old
stomping grounds of Centerville, Tennessee at the Chamber of Commerce
on the square. Fans can attend the show at 10am on October 5th. The show
can also be heard on KIX 96.7 FM or on their website at
*More information and dates are available at www.bobbymarquez.com.
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About Bobby Marquez:
Bobby Marquez is an awarded singer/songwriter, originally from
South Texas. In 2019, Bobby was considered for a Grammy Award for his
duet with Rhonda Vincent on a song Marquez co-wrote titled, “For
Awhile.” The song also won CMA of Texas Duet of the Year and the Academy
of Western Artists Song of the Year. Bobby was also awarded the 2018
AWA Pure Country Male Vocalist and the recipient of the first-ever CMA
of Texas Cowboy/Western Artist Award. . His original tune, “The Cowboy
Way,” was designated the theme song of the annual Gene Autry Museum
Festival in Oklahoma. Bobby Marquez appears on television’s The Penny
Gilley Show and Country Fix, while his music videos are seen around the
world on various networks. His music can be heard on radio stations
around the globe, including on Willie’s Roadhouse on Sirius/XM Radio.
Marquez’s songs have been recorded by George Strait, Alan Jackson,
Rhonda Vincent, Ty Herndon and Johnny Rodriguez.