Here is the info from the National Cowgirl Museum and Hall of Fame:
The Shop at the Cowgirl presents a special night just for cowgirls Thursday, April 16 from 5:30pm-8pm. Our Boots 'N Bling Ladies Night will feature hors d’oeuvre’s by Magdalena's, cowgirl cocktails and wine, a fashion show with items featured in The Shop, and a special acoustic performance by Texas country artist Rehme Sutton. Bombshell Beauty Factory, Morgan Taylor Salon, and Kelly Kay Elvrum Johnsrud with Mary Kay Cosmetics will be taking part in our Beauty Bar this year. Come and enjoy spa treatments by these fabulous salons and specialists!
Tickets are $25 for non-members and $20 for Museum members. Limited tickets are available at The Shop at the Cowgirl front desk, by calling 817-509-8662, or click here: http://bit.ly/1APwPQ4.
About Rehme Sutton
“Long Road Home” is the title of Burke, South Dakota native Rehme Sutton's first country album. Sutton relates that of all the things she has done in her life, recording and playing music has always been like "home" to her. Rehme's road home really began as a little girl, a little girl astride her horse, singing through the cedar trees, draws, and rolling hills of her families working cattle ranch on the Missouri River. Rehme provided frequent "special music" at her little country church, the Lucas Baptist Church in rural Gregory County and remembers listening to Johnny Cash, KeithWhitley, Loretta Lynn, and George Jones in the tractor with her Dad.
Through ranching, rodeo, and a Doctorate of Pharmacy degree from the University of Wyoming, Rehme's passion for music lingered. In 2011, in true country lyric fashion, Rehme packed up and left her South Dakota home to pursue her musical dreams. Rehme moved to Stephenville, Texas where she became a pharmacist by day and a country singer/ songwriter by night. Sutton wrote each of the 10 songs on her album. Her songs tell of rodeo groupies ("Pretty Face"), loneliness on the road ("Livin' on Rodeo"), friends lost along the way ("Tell Me Why") and then of course her brother Billie ("Billie's Song"). "I wrote 'Billie's Song' in about an hour and a half and haven't changed it since," she says. "It was without a doubt a gift from God". “Long Road Home,” released May 10th, 2013 hit #1 on the Billboard Regional Heatseekers Chart. “What Goes Around Comes Around” was the first single released to country radio stations, earning a place on the Texas Country Radio Charts. Thank you to all of her friends, family and fans for all of their support. Rehme’s music is available on iTunes, CD baby, Amazon.com, Spotify and on her website atwww.rehmesutton.com.
If you make if out we look forward to meeting you!