The Oldest Town in Texas Road Show returns to The Old Tobacco Warehouse in Nacogdoches at 7 p.m. on Saturday, October 1, 2016.
The Branson-style variety show produced by Kim Crisp and Stephen Pate is hosted by Brad Maule, who starred as ‘Dr. Tony Jones’ on TV’s General Hospital for 22+ years. Also appearing will be “The Politically Correct Willie P. Richardson,” a nationally-known comedian based in Nacogdoches who has sold more than 1.25 million albums and who is heard on thousands of radio stations throughout the world, including SiriusXM.
Road Show regular cast members, Kim Crisp aka “Camo Elvis,” Stephen and Jan Pate aka Rocking P Band who has appeared on stages across Texas and on RFD TV, Jason Kelley, Bo ' Fist Bump' Miller and Sara Griffin Humphries will perform. Special guests Courtney Burch, Joel Harrell, Jesse Wilburn, Devin Horchem and Ally Fuller will also be featured.
Tickets are $20 for adults and $10 for students and are available at Spring and Prince Boutique, 111 N. Pecan in Nacogdoches and at Nacogdoches Lighting and Flooring, 732 North University Drive. Order online at ITickets.com or call 800.965.9324. The Old Tobacco Warehouse is located on the 2nd floor at 111 N. Pecan in Nacogdoches. Elevator is available.