LaRue joins Meade for Saturday concert

He plays more than 200 shows a year and Stoney LaRue is bringing his sound to Dos Amigos on Saturday with rocker Austin Meade.
The show, doors open at 6 p.m., features LaRue’s high energy performances.
His website details that he likes to be in front of the fans.
“I like to connect with people at any age, whatever it might be sonically or to the depth of what they are willing to think,” LaRue said via his website.
His more than 15 year touring and recording career now features a show with what fans call a “favorite live song set.”
LaRue is known for his real life, thinking man’s music as well as his high energy live concerts with fans singing along to songs such as “Feet Don’t Touch The Ground,” “Look At Me Fly,” and “Oklahoma Breakdown.”
LaRue has sold more than one million records over his career and plays 200-plus shows a year, and he released a new single “You Oughta Know” in November 2018.
He also has a new album slated to be released this year.
Born in Taft, Texas, he was raised in Oklahoma where he continues to regularly visit and play. His career started in Stillwater in bars and in the college atmosphere. He befriended Jason Boland and Cody Canada and the three moved into the infamous "Yellow House" where they would have late night jam sessions and entertain other various musicians around the town, like Mike McClure and Brandon Jenkins. LaRue was heavily influenced by Woody Guthrie, Bob Childers, and the "Red Dirt" music scene.
In 2002, reported, LaRue led The Organic Boogie Band and released Downtown, recorded in private sessions at Cain’s Ballroom in Tulsa. LaRue’s 2005 follow-up, The Red Dirt Album, reached the Billboard sales charts in its debut week. The next year, he released his first live record Live at Billy Bob’s Texas.
LaRue sang backup on Miranda Lambert’s 2013 single “All Kinds of Kinds.”
His third studio album, “Aviator,” appeared in 2014 on eOne, also reaching fairly high on the charts.