Texahomakan Country Music Festival
Texahomakan Country Music Festival was created by Jeremy Berry of Steel Horse Entertainment when approached by dirt track race promotor and owner of Caney Valley Speedway Kerry Gorby about putting on a concert. Berry wanted to come up with a name that stuck out in people's minds, and since he was looking at booking some of the best bands from Texas, Oklahoma, and Kansas he came up with Texahomakan. Texahomakan debut date was June 21–22, 2013 with pioneers of red dirt The Great Divide, Cody Canada & The Departed (former members of Cross Canadian Ragweed), Brandon Jenkins, Curtis Grimes, Bo Phillips Band, 2 Steps Back, Chad Sullins & The Last Call Coalition, Chance Anderson Band, Jody Schmidt Band, Riders Ford and Longshot.
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