East Texas Singer-Songwriter Don Louis is coming to Texarkana

East Texas singer-songwriter Don Louis may be new to country music, but don’t tell his many fans that there are more than 34 million streams of his music available on social media platforms.

This rising TikTok star is taking the country by storm with his country-cool, soulful vibes. This talented musician comes from the great state of Texas and was born in Dallas, but grew up on a farm near Commerce with his two brothers and a stepfather. Don came from a football family and played college football at Ouachita Baptist University and Southern Arkansas University as a defensive star. His dream of playing professional football ended after a serious knee injury ended that dream, according to an interview with People.

His love of music was something he always enjoyed, so he turned his attention to pursuing his second love, although he has only been doing so for about four years. The journey has been quite amazing learning to play guitar and sing wherever he has the opportunity.

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Don Louis wasn’t always a country singer. He was an R&B hip-hop artist. It wasn’t until he started listening to George Strait, Toby Keith, George Jones and Waylon Jennings that he learned to appreciate the country music industry. He wanted to write songs about real life, real stories about personal hardships and relationships, even though he still mixes some of his southern hip-hop influences into some of his music. He’s a bonified county singer with some swag, according to a story from He caught America’s attention when he released the song “Neon You” on TikTok in 2023 and with that song he has children who normally wouldn’t listen to country music.

Don Louis is coming to Texarkana to perform for one night only at the Crossties Event Center on Saturday, June 29, 2024.

Buy your tickets now for this incredible show on the Crossties website or Facebook page.

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