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photo of tall male, Anthony Bonnette, holding acoustic guitar

Press Photo

Photo Credit: Malorie Roland

square graphic of male holding acoustic guitar - image text "Anthony Bonnette and Lone Star Steel," "#heythereprettygirl," "www.anthonybonnette.com"

Square Graphic - Social Media

Photo Credit: Malorie Roland

Graphics: Brad Harris Graphics

banner image for social media; photo of male holding acoustic guitar, text reads "Anthony Bonnette and Lone Star Steel #heythereprettygirl www.anthonybonnette.com"
banner image for social media; photo of male holding acoustic guitar, text reads "Anthony Bonnette and Lone Star Steel #heythereprettygirl www.anthonybonnette.com"

Banner Graphic - Social Media (Banner)

Photo Credit: Malorie Roland

Graphics: Brad Harris Graphics

Vertical Graphic - Social Media (Stories)

Photo Credit: Malorie Roland

Graphics: Brad Harris Graphics

cover art for music single - Hey There Pretty Girl - back of female leading a hand on to the dance floor

Cover Art Credit: Brad Harris Graphics

Release Date: January 26 2024

photo of a steel plant with shado of male approaching entrance. Text reads "Anthony Bonnette Est. 1945 Lone Star Steel"

Photo Credit: Jay Patrick

Cover Art Credit: Brad Harris Graphics

Release Date: September 22 2023

image of male, Anthony Bonnette, on a lake with microphone. Text reads "Just A Heartache Ago featuring the Purple Hulls Anthony Bonnette"

Photo Credit: Holly Bonnette

Cover Art Credit: Holly Bonnette

Release Date: January 27 2023

artistic image from photo of road sign "Upshur County" with "Anthony Bonnette" at the bottom

Photo Credit: Holly Bonnette

Cover Art Credit: Holly Bonnette

Release Date: October 14 2022

EXAMPLE GRAPHICS

square graphic of male holding acoustic guitar - image text "Anthony Bonnette and Lone Star Steel," "#heythereprettygirl," "www.anthonybonnette.com" with show date and club logo
square graphic of male holding acoustic guitar - image text "Anthony Bonnette and Lone Star Steel," "#heythereprettygirl," "www.anthonybonnette.com" with show date and club logo
square graphic of male holding acoustic guitar - image text "Anthony Bonnette and Lone Star Steel," "#heythereprettygirl," "www.anthonybonnette.com" with show date and club logo
square graphic of male holding acoustic guitar - image text "Anthony Bonnette and Lone Star Steel," "#heythereprettygirl," "www.anthonybonnette.com" with show date and club logo
square graphic of male holding acoustic guitar - image text "Anthony Bonnette and Lone Star Steel," "#heythereprettygirl," "www.anthonybonnette.com" with show date and club logo
square graphic of male holding acoustic guitar - image text "Anthony Bonnette and Lone Star Steel," "#heythereprettygirl," "www.anthonybonnette.com" with show date and club logo

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ENDORSEMENTS

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Damn buddy. You remind me of Don Williams. Cool voice and sound. -- You got a cool thing going. Hope it grows for you brother.

Dave Fenley

The Voice, 2018

"I've Been in the music business for over 10 years now. I'm a singer, songwriter and most recently a promoter for various venues and festivals in North East Texas. I've Worked in numerous venues and recently owned one of the largest Honky Tonks in East Texas.
The music business can be very competitive and as many of us are aware traditional country music just isn't on the forefront for the big labels anymore.
As a promoter I've seen a handful of bands build a consistent following in a dancehall setting with traditional country music. It's not easy to get followers to come out every weekend to a different venue.
I was tasked with trying to fill an over 15,000 square foot room every weekend in a small East Texas town. To do that you have to find good talent.
Recently I discovered Anthony Bonnette. He sells tickets, entertains the crowd and keep the dance floor full and his crowd consistently makes long drives to catch their show. It is so great to see these days.

For me, along with ticket sales of course, it's their professionalism and stage presence that gives me confidence to put my reputation on the line and drop a message here for the band. They get it. They are easy on the venues and the sound engineers as well. Our sound engineer already knows what he is dealing with and that he is in for an entertaining night as well as a smooth show.
I hope to continue working with this group for years to come and see them continue to succeed. I love working with bands who enjoy what they do and appreciate the opportunity to work and hook a crowd.

To venues:
If your in the market for a band that's growing, has a consistent following, is professional and packing dance floors and will work just as hard to promote their shows as you do. Consider Anthony Bonnette.

To concert goers:
If your looking for a live country band you can actually dance to and not leave the venue with a headache or get caught in some after show brawl. Catch one of their shows. You won't be disappointed.
As long as this group keeps putting good music out and that fan base stays locked in you won't be able to catch em locally too much longer.

To other bands:
People still want to dance. You don't have to follow mainstream to get a good following.
Good Luck Anthony Bonnette. Keep on keeping on, its working."

Chris Bevill - Owner Bevill Music

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