New Mexico Living celebrated Labor Day by recapping the best performances of the 2019 Summer Concert Series at the County Line.
The Summer Music Series raises money for Meals on Wheels. The County Line has raised tens of thousands of dollars over the years with the music series. This year they raised over $2,000.
General Manager Steve Renfro stopped by New Mexico Living and whipped up some “stuffed poppers.”
Recap of Summer Concert Series
Ryan McGarvey was one of the performers at the County Line this summer. McGarvey is making a name for himself with his incendiary, dynamic guitar playing that leaves crowds around the world marveling and wanting more.
Next, the Powell Brothers who are based out of Houston, Texas and bring high energy to their shows. The brothers have shared the stage with big-name artists such as Lee Brice, Billy Currington, Josh Turner, and Eli Young Band.
Another great show was national tour group Felix y Los Gatos. The group’s roots are firmly planted in the southwest. Felix y Los Gatos has more than 13 years of stage experience and brings a unique sound to their shows. They offer a mix of Zydeco, Tex-Mex, Blues and a dash of outlaw country.
Next, Danny Duran & the Slo Burin’ Band was yet another great group that performed at the County Line. Slo Burnin is a Northern New Mexico country/Spanish band. Danny Duran is both the lead singer and lead guitar player who was born and raised in Las Vegas New Mexico. Slo Burnin is a diverse band that plays it all, from classic and new country and western to rock, reggae, and of course New Mexico Spanish music.
Lastly, Roger Jameson and the Jaded Heart Band performed during the summer concert series. New Mexico based singer/songwriter Roger Jameson writes and performs songs in his Americana – Folk/Rock genre along with The Jaded Heart Band.
Learn more about the County Line and their Summer Music Series