1st Annual McQueeney Hall Independence Day Dance

 
 

About Jason Roberts

Grammy Award-winning, fiddle player Jason Roberts brings his signature style to the Jason Roberts Band, delighting fans the world over.

Building on a lifetime blessed by musical genes and work alongside Western Swing giants, Jason Roberts leads world-class talents as front man of the Jason Roberts Band.

Having spent his childhood among legends in Texas honky-tonks -- and then nearly 20 years with the world-famous band Asleep at the Wheel -- Jason has soaked up the very best of Western Swing and brings his own signature style to this traditional American genre. Two Grammy Awards and four individual Hall of Fame inductions later, Jason and his Jason Roberts Band delight fans around the world. Read more.
 

Awards – Two Grammys and Four-Time Hall of Famer
In addition to winning two Grammy awards as a member of Asleep at the Wheel, Jason Roberts is a four-time Hall of Fame inductee as an individual. 

Texas Western Swing Hall of Fame (San Marcos, TX) – Inducted 2010
The Texas Western Swing Hall of Fame recognizes and honors pioneers of Western Swing Music, the Official Music of the State of Texas.  Fellow inductees include Bob Wills and his Texas Playboys, Milton Brown, Leon Rausch, Cindy Walker and Johnny Gimble.

Western Swing Society Hall of Fame (Oklahoma City, OK) – Inducted 2010
The Western Swing Society’s mission is to preserve and promote Western Swing Music as an American jazz art form. Fellow inductees include Merle Haggard, Herb Remington, and Tiny Moore.

Western Swing Music Society of the Southwest Hall of Fame (Sacramento, CA) – Inducted 2012
The Western Swing Music Society of the Southwest is dedicated to the music of Bob Wills and his Texas Playboys and honors the artists who continue to the legacy of Western Swing.

Cowtown Society of Western Music (Fort Worth, TX) – Inducted 2015
The Cowtown Society of Western Music is dedicated to preserving, promoting and perpetuating Western Swing/Western Music. Fellow inductees include Leon Rausch, Johnny Gimble, Red Steagall, Cliff Bruner, and Bobby Boatright.