Another great show is coming to Cooper's BBQ Live as the Great Divide takes the stage this Saturday, July 23rd.

The Great Divide is a Red Dirt band originally from Stillwater, Oklahoma. When they came together, they wanted and had complete control of what they did. They formed their own record label, publishing company and operating company, and began recording. The group's first two albums were independent releases before signing with a major label - Atlantic Records.

Lead singer & songwriter Mike McCLure left the band in early 2003 to pursue a career highlighting his originals and helping other bands record albums. The band eventually broke up in 2005.

Then, in 2011 the original members reunited for an appearance and things went so well they decided to stay together and are still recording and touring together today. In celebration of their 25th anniversary in 2018, the band released the album "25 Years of the Great Divide" with 31 tracks. They released a new album "Higher" earlier this year so I'm sure that you will be hearing new music as well as great songs from their previous 8 albums that have been released since 1995.

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

Great Divide – Sat, July 23rd

Creed Fisher - Saturday, August 27th

Randall King – Sat, Sept 10th

Aaron Watson ***RESCHEDULED*** - Friday, September 16th

Dancing Days - Led Zeppelin Tribute – Sat. Sept 24th

Jo Dee Messina***RESCHEDULED*** - Sat, Oct 1st

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

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 originalcoopersbbq.com, follow them on Facebook or call Cooper's at 325-255-2222.

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