New Years Eve with THE TRIUMPHS!
Join The Silos in ringing in the New Year with a great night of music and a balloon drop. VIP Tables: Guests are allowed to bring in snack for their table.
This nine-piece, Rosenberg TX-based band has roots that go back to the early days of rock 'n roll and also launched the career of 5-time Grammy award winner B.J. Thomas. They had several #1 hits on Houston's KILT top 40 Survey in the early 60's ("Lazy Man", "I Know It's Wrong", "I've Got a Feeling", "Billie and Sue"), recorded the still popular (and still played nightly at the Garner dance pavilion) "Garner State Park", and, of course, recorded the #1 song in the nation in 1966 - "I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry" - just prior to B.J. beginning his solo career.
Since our reunion in 1992 we have appeared on "Alvin at Night" and "Good Morning Houston"; have been featured in the Houston Chronicle (and in a host of local papers in small towns within 100 miles of Houston -- Rosenberg, Wharton, El Campo, Bay City, Eagle Lake, Hallettsville, Schulenburg, Weimar, Columbus, Shiner, La Grange, Victoria, Angleton, etc.) and are featured on the front cover of the 1995 Richmond-Rosenberg Yellow Pages; made a guest appearance at the "Lovin' Feelings Concert" in 1993, have been featured on Oldies 94.5, and worked in concert with their morning jocks; performed in concert with B.J. Thomas for the first time in 27 years; had Shara Fryer emcee our performance at East Bernard Riverside Hall (which drew more fans than Clint Black); and have performed in many of the historic dance halls we frequented in the 60's and 70's. The Triumphs continue to delight fans (old and young alike) at county fairs, class reunions, benefits, corporate gatherings, and at old dance halls along the reunion tour trail.
Our music menu for the evening will range from Elvis to the Eagles. Chuck Berry to Chicago, the Beatles to Bobby Bland, and maybe even a polka or two. We have a true understanding of all the nostalgia behind our music because we were an important part of the era that launched Old Tyme Rock 'N Roll.
The Silos on 77 (View)
1031 CR 223
Giddings, TX 78942
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|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|