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Alabama-Coushatta Tribe Benefit Powwow Photo

Alabama-Coushatta Tribe Benefit Powwow

Free Admission, Free Parking, Open to the Public. Enjoy Tribal dancers and vendors representing The Alabama-Coushatta Tribe of Texas!

About the Tribe:
The Alabama-Coushatta Tribe of Texas has the oldest reservation in the State located on approximately 10,200 acres in the Big Thicket of Deep East Texas. The tribes lived in adjacent areas in what is now the state of Alabama prior to their westward migration that began around 1763. By 1780, the tribes had migrated into what is now east Texas. Although they were two separate tribes, the Alabamas and Coushattas have been closely associated throughout their history. Their cultures have some differences, but for the most part are nearly identical. During the Mexican War of Independence from Spain, the tribes fought with the revolutionaries. Their many combined contributions included a battalion of 300 warriors who were instrumental to the capture of San Antonio in the April 1, 1813 battle.  The newly formed Mexican government recognized both tribes independently and offered them tracts of land for permanent settlement.  Those lands are attributed to the tribes in early maps of the region, including Stephen F. Austin's 1829 map of Texas. In 1836, Sam Houston brokered a treaty with the tribes prior to the Texas War of Independence from Mexico. The treaty provided title of land between the Neches and Sabine rivers for one community with both tribes in return for assurance the tribes would not side with Mexico. Tribal members served as guides for Houston's army and provided provisions to feed Texas refugees fleeing from Santa Anna's army. Today, Houston's descendants still acknowledge that contribution to the Republic of Texas.

Jason Lyle Black Concert Photo

Jason Lyle Black Concert

Jason Lyle Black is an award-winning pianist, entertainer and composer, whose combination of music, comedy and audience interaction creates a one-of-a-kind show experience. Black is known for his unique ability to develop a strong connection with any audience, whether through his comedy bits like "Songs Not to Play at People's Weddings and Funerals," or his incredible artistry on piano favorites like "Clair de Lune" or "Rhapsody in Blue." Audiences are amazed at both his variety and showmanship. "My mission as an artist is to put a smile on people's faces," Black notes. "Since my very first days of composing and performing, music has been about connection with an audience. I love making people laugh and then touching their hearts through music." On YouTube, Black is known worldwide for his unique stage shtick at the piano, which TIME calls "Incredible" and Ellen Degeneres called "Unbelievable!" Black's music videos have reached over 30 million people worldwide and earned him the title of "The Backwards Piano Man." Black's abilities are not limited, however, to entertaining. As a composer, Black reached #1 on iTunes New Age and #2 on the Billboard New Age Charts with his album Piano Preludes, coming in right below Enya. Critics hailed Piano Preludes and "masterful...overflowing with grace, reverence, and heart." Along with his performing and composing careers, Black has collaborated with Hal Leonard, the world's largest music publisher, on numerous arrangements for piano, including his latest book Disney Medleys for Piano Solo, as well as arrangements of hits by Michael Jackson, Taylor Swift, Imagine Dragons, Maroon 5, and others. Black's arrangements of John Legend, and Billy Joel to reach #1 on Sheet Music Direct sales charts upon its release. Black's Music and signed merchandise can be purchased on his website at, as well as on iTunes, Apple Music, Spotify, Pandora, Google Play, Amazon, and other national music retailers. Black is based in Nashville and managed by Scott Welch and Vinny Riba. 

Performance is open only to members of the Livingston Community Concert Association, but fees to join are reasonable: $10 for children, $50 for adults or $110 for families (this incudes 2 adults and children). Once membership is paid all concerts in the season will be included.

Texas Independence Day/Sam Houston Birthday Celebration Photo

Texas Independence Day/Sam Houston Birthday Celebration

Salute to Glen Campbell with Jeff Dayton Photo

Salute to Glen Campbell with Jeff Dayton

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