Home-grown, foot-stompin’ Texas music
Listening to any effort from country/rock quintet Eleven Hundred Springs is like having your cool uncle pull out his favorite albums. They have that old-school country sound down. When the band started up way back in 1998, some folks thought it was just guys imitating the sounds of Merle Haggard, George Jones and Hank Williams, but over the course of nine albums, Eleven Hundred Springs has evolved into a tight unit of true believers. Songs like I’m a S.O.B. (When I’m S-O-B-E-R) and Hard Work Just Ain’t Working Anymore aren’t imitative of the band’s influences, they’re authoritative narratives of rural America. Eleven Hundred Springs shows a commitment to the true soul of country music. While they may not look like the stereotypical country band, the tradition and spirit that make up true Americana is easy to see. It’s all about honesty and lack of pretense.
Levitt Pavilion General Information:
Concerts are FREE and family friendly, except for the 38 Special concert on Oct. 5, which requires a ticket purchase. The Levitt Pavilion is located at 100 W. Abram St. in Founders Plaza on the corner of Abram and Center streets. For directions and parking, please see Directions & Parking. The Levitt is an open-lawn seating, outdoor concert venue. Visitors to the FREE concerts should bring lawn chairs or blankets to sit on. Picnics and coolers are welcome to the FREE concerts. Please do not bring glass containers to the Levitt. Concessions are sold at the Levitt, including beer and wine. For additional information, please visit our FAQs, call the 24-hour information line at 817.543.4301, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.