We value our patrons and our performers so we are closed until 5/8/20. 
We have rescheduled our shows and we can't wait to get back to entertaining at the New Granbury Live.  Rest assured, we will have our theater cleaned and disinfected when we reopen.  In the meantime, we are selling tickets to future shows, get your choice of seats now.  Stay Safe!!!

Texas Singer-Songwriters

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When people ask me what type of show at Granbury Live is my favorite, I get all sorts of mixed emotions. I love our Follies show because they are always something new and exciting and the musicians and vocalists which are a part of the show are so darn good! I love when we have big name starts like the Bellamy Brothers, John Conlee, and T G Shepard; people I have been a fan of for years! Of course, it is fun to have the tribute artists like our upcoming “Lost Shaker of Salt Band” perform and see how they bring back memories for the audience. Yet with all that being said, I have a special place in my heart for Texas singer songwriters!

This past Saturday we had the pleasure of having Max Stalling perform at GBL and I feel very comfortable there was not a person who was in the theater who did not have a good time or who was not impressed by the quality of the show. Max does such a good job of telling a story through the songs he writes and his band, especially his wife on fiddle, did an extraordinary job! We are going to have more Texas singer songwriters coming to Granbury Live and I hope people come and enjoy the experience. Some may not be performers who you have heard on the radio, or who have big names, but they are true talents and people who present OUR Texas music in a unique and memorable way. If you have never been to a show which features Texas singer songwriters, give it a whirl. You will not be disappointed.

See you at the shows!

Next Shows at Granbury Live

Michael Hix

Michael Hix

December 12th, 2020 | 3 & 7pm

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Michael Hix

Michael Hix

December 13th, 2020 | 2:00pm

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Wade Hayes

Wade Hayes

October 24th, 2020 | 7:00pm

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