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Posted by on Aug 26, 2012 in Articles, Music, Paris Live | 0 comments

Trey Houston at The Eagles Lodge

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The Eagles Lodge in Paris, Texas is one of the best places in our area for live music, good times, and cheap drinks! On August 25th, 2012 the place was packed with anxious boot scooters to witness the styles of Trey Houston. The talented singer set up for a night of dance-floor favorites including “My Chair” by George Strait, “Daddy’s Money” by Little Texas, and “Woman Like You” by Lee Price. Trey has been traveling all over the United States to bring the party to every venue he plays. With over 450 songs in his archive, there is a little something for everyone! Aside from the cover tunes, Trey Houston has many original songs as well. We especially enjoyed his original track entitled “Honkytonk Hell”.

The Eagles Lodge is your all around friendly community non-profit organization. They have an open door family policy and take pride in helping those in need including: “Wish for child”, “Toys for Tots”, “Angel Tree” along with, Individual Benefits, to name a few. They also have a large facility with kitchen privileges available for private events. RV hook-ups and campsite on premises offer a full array of facilities for any occasion.

Check out Trey Houston on Paris Live Open Mic this Wednesday night!

Or go to his website

Stop by the Eagles Lodge

Photos by Robbie Gunn

 

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