Wheatfield Band sponsored by Jimmy Burland
WHEATFIELD formed in 1973 as an acoustic folk trio in Houston, Texas. It continues to create, record and perform as a forward moving unit today, with several recorded projects on Trout Records and regular appearances at Kerrville Folk Festival, McGonigels Mucky Duck (Houston), Uncle Calvins Coffeehouse (Dallas) and Barker House Concerts (Austin).
TEXAS MUSIC PIONEERS
WHEATFIELD helped shape the musical landscape filled with Texas troubadours during the 70s with performances on the PBS television show Austin City Limits, along with legendary Austin venues such as Armadillo World Headquarters, Cactus Cafe and Castle Creek and Houston venues, Liberty Hall, Texas Opry House, Rockefellers and Fitzgeralds. In 2017, they were inducted into the Houston Folk Music Archive at Rice University in Houston, Texas, where the public can access recordings and other historic memorabilia, including a video/oral history by the band.
WHEATFIELD is a band of songwriting musicians whose individual talents and influences combine for a unique musical style.
Zeeland Street Market (View)
2031 Perkins Rd
Baton Rouge, LA 70808
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