InformationArlington Music Hall Country Music Revue Redux
Posted on February 21, 2012 by TexasRootsandBoots The rest of the night's program had the son of a country music legend performing four original songs. Dion Pride is the son of Charley Pride, and although some may think he's got some mighty big shoes to fill, he effortlessly stepped out from his father's shadow and is a fine songwriter and musician in his own right. As Michael Hix said during his introduction "he stands in the shadow of no one." Dion is the kind of performer that gives his audience everything he has, and leaves them wanting more. He led his song selection with Feeling Right at Home, followed by the swampy blues rock sounds of No Mississippi. He sat down at the keyboard next, to sing a romantic ballad he dedicated to his wife, titled Ripple in the Water. If swoons could be heard, the sound would have been deafening. Dion's last song was prophetically biographical. As he sang Might As Well Be Me, I for one was glad that he was. He could have easily taken the stage and sang covers of songs made famous by his father, but this young man has the confidence and talent to stand on his own two feet. I hope next time we'll get to hear even more from him. Click for Reference.
Dion Pride is currently offering 2 show types for 2013 booking.
- He offers a full 5 piece band performance with some of the greatest players in the industry. Offering a performance with Fiddle and Steel.
- He also offers a solo performance where he either sings over full session tracks or with a house band.
Dion Pride bio information along with more pictures and videos are available on his website here.
Check out a special performance from Dion Pride on CBS Channel 11 Houston's Great Day Houston. Click Here to Watch.