David Allan Coe w/ Opening Act Rachel Stacy

Date(s) - Friday, 08/21/2020
7:30 pm - 10:00 pm


‘This summer, the Arlington Music Hall (AMH) is presenting concerts featuring local artist at 50% capacity. The City of Arlington is permitting the AMH to present live entertainment as a registered theatre with the Texas Historic Commission. AMH prioritizes the public health of our customers, employees, volunteers and performing artist.

AMH Customers are asked to participate in the protection of the public health by following the Customer Guidelines listed:

1. Follow Public Health Guidelines: https://gov.texas.gov/uploads/files/organization/opentexas/OpenTexas-Checklist-Movie-Theater-Customers.pdf

2. Electronic Ticketing: Participate in E-Ticketing using AMH Eventbrite ticketing to avoid waiting in lines and transactions with others:

a. Upload the Eventbrite App to your smart phone or desktop

b. Follow Arlington Music Hall as an Event Organizer

c. Save your tickets purchased or print from your devices

d. Upload/Save your tickets purchased to be scanned upon entering

e. Call the AMH box office (817) 226-4400 for assistance’

3. Face masks for customers is recommenced but not required.

JMT MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT presents David Allan Coe

Opening Act AT 7:30 PM: Rachel Stacy

His biggest hits were “Mona Lisa Lost Her Smile”, “The Ride”, “You Never Even Called Me by My Name”, “She Used to Love Me a Lot”, and “Longhaired Redneck”.

David Allan Coe is one of the most celebrated and controversial artists to emerge from the outlaw country movement; a gifted songwriter and a charismatic performer, Coe is also a man who has followed his own path even when it meant traveling the hard way, and his life has been full of bad luck and misadventure. Few artists in any genre have as many tall tales and wild allegations attached to their name (some of which have been spread by Coe himself), and there are plenty of fans who love him or hate him for reasons that have nothing to do with his music. Despite it all, Coe’s songwriting reveals a greater intelligence and emotional range than his reputation would suggest, and his best music is a bracing mixture of country, blues, and rock & roll.


Rachel Stacy, Recording Artist, (singer, songwriter & musician) and life entertainer with a “get out of my way attitude” and a drive so infectious, is hard to deny. She has been seen and heard on radio and stages all over the world. A small town girl with a history of rebellion & roots in her soul, this easy to love artist has had the privilege of sharing stages with many different artists such as ZZ Top, George Thorogood, Larry Joe Taylor, Deryl Dodd, Jack Ingram, Phil Vassar, Kentucky Headhunters, Willie Nelson, Merle Haggard, Jesse James Dupree, Dierks Bentley, Keith Anderson, Oakridge Boys, Alice in Chains, plus many more.