Crossroads Music Company
Crossroads Music Company plans a series of concerts this spring at the newly- renovated Sulphur Springs City Hall Chamber Listening Room.
“We are really going in lots of different directions to bring top notch entertainment to Sulphur Springs,” said Crossroads owner Gus Gustafson on the upcoming concerts.
Recently celebrating its 100-year anniversary the historic city hall building is proving to be a popular musical entertainment venue.
“It should be a good year, with a big variety for the listening crowd,” said Gustafson, who also works as the event specialist for the City of Sulphur Springs.
The venue offers refreshments in the lobby for ticket holders during the show but Gustafson encourages concert-goers to visit area restaurants in the downtown area before the show.
Scheduled shows include 2-Bit Palomino, March 14; Trout Fishing in America, April 18; and Beppe Gambetta, with Brad Davis May 30.
Crossroads Music Company began in 2005 at the helm of singer/songwriters Lynn Adler and Lindy Hearne from Winnsboro, honoring their hometown’s 1854 name — Crossroads. When Gustafson acquired the music company he transported it from Winnsboro to its new home in Sulphur Springs.
Since the relocation the Chamber Listening Room has presented performances by Kirby Brown, Rhett Butler, Tony Ramey, Brad Davis, Kate Hearne, Emily Elbert, Slaid Cleaves and the Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Bluegrass Band.
The concert on April 18 with Trout Fishing in America, Gustafson says, is a very fun family-oriented event.
The concerts are sponsored by Grocery Supply Company and the City of Sulphur Springs. Tickets are available for $10 in advance or $15 at the door. City Hall Chamber Listening Room is located at 201 North Davis Street in downtown Sulphur Springs. For more information, go to crossroadsmusiccompany.com/store or call 903.342.1854.
Cindy Roller is a freelance writer and the editor for the Cooper Review in Delta County.