Coby Carter bringing Spring to Rock’N C

CROSBY – When the Rock’N C Roundup plays on Saturday, March 23, Coby Carter will be the concert portion, but there will be a bevy of activities to partake in, including “How many of you like steak?”

Well, there is to be a steak cook-off beginning at 10:00 a.m. that morning. Teams can buy a ground of 10X15 foot to cook some of the finest steak meat in Texas.

Now the extra good part for just eaters is when the contest is over individuals can buy steak dinners cooked to order for $20 a plate.

For those that like tossing games a corn-hole tournament is to begin registering at 1:00 p.m. and begin at about 2:00 p.m. the buy in per team is $25.

There is to be a Live and Silent Auction including items not available anywhere else.

The Crosby Fair & Rodeo has brought something traditional in a cuddly new package in Coby Carter, a musician with a flair for Western Swing and Traditional Country & Western Music. He allows stating that he has been influenced by Jake Hooker, Bob by Flores, Jody Nix, Leon Rauch and Wayne Watson. He has an album out called Legends and several tunes on that album are by Western legends. He has been playing big venues since 2010 and he was real young then. He is a regular at the 11th Street Cowboy Bar in Bandera.

Concert gates open at 5:00 p.m. and the singing is expected to start at about 7:30p.m. Visit for tickets.

The dining and venues are the replacement for the Crosby Fair & Rodeo Annual Spring Dance.