Cooper's BBQ Live presents Kenny Feidler and The Cowboy Killers with special guest Colten Jesse and The Hooligans this Saturday, October 8th!!

Kenny Feidler and The Cowboy Killers mix Feidler's dark and stormy cowboy lyrics with a heavy rock n roll band. The songs draw largely on Feidler's years in Oklahoma and time spent chasing rodeos. As an independent artist, Feidler has built his following through a purely grass roots movement, home recordings and word of mouth. From playing music behind the bucking chutes and selling cds from the trunk of an old Cadillac like Chris Ledoux did in his early days, to touring nationally and gaining over 55 Million streams and counting.

As Cooper’s 2022 Concert Series continues, the lineup looks like this:

Kenny Feidler and The Cowboy Killers with special guest Colten Jesse and The Hooligans – THIS Saturday, October 8th

Josh Ward – Fri, Oct 28th

Lit & Hoobastank: Tried & True Tour - Wed, Nov 9th

Paul Wall & Big Pokey – Fri, Nov 25th

The shows are BYOB and for an extra twenty dollars fill up your cooler with all of your favorite beverages. Everyone is invited to take lawn chairs and blankets to add to your comfort.

Cooper's has always been known for their famous BBQ. Be sure to try some of it. It's delicious!!

For more information and to purchase tickets, click on, follow them on Facebook or call Cooper's at 325-255-2222. Go to our Kickin' Country Facebook page and sign up to win a spot on our guest list for you and a companion to see Kenny Feidler and The Cowboy Killers with special guest Colten Jesse and The Hooligans this Saturday, October 8th. We will be drawing the winners this Friday morning, October 7th.

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