If you're reading this right now chances are that you are not in Colorado waiting for Tyler Childers to take the stage at the iconic Red Rocks Amphitheatre.

No, chances are you're probably like me at home wishing you were in Colorado waiting for Tyler Childers to take the stage. Well don't forget there is an in-between place, a compromise for all of us tonight and tomorrow.

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Childers will be live streaming his back-to-back concerts tonight (September 29th) and tomorrow (September 30th), which means you can watch from the comfort of your own couch. One thing's for sure the beer will be cheaper.

The show will set you back just $19.00 per night, or bundle both nights and save. You can get Wednesday's and Thursday's show for $34.99 streamed directly in your living room with Fans.live.

Not sure if it's merely or a coincidence or if Childers plans to play Red Rocks every September 30th, but it is the two year anniversary of perhaps the most devastating bout of FOMO I have ever experienced. To wrap up his sold out show at Red Rocks Amphitheatre on September 30th, 2019, Childers brought out the legendary Robert Earl Keen to sing one of the most iconic songs of-all-time.

If you haven't taken in all this glory yet, do it up top. A big shout out to YouTuber Brandi Cough for this gem. Brandi, if you ever read this, we love you for posting this. Thank you so much.

And I can't wait to find out what gems the Kentucky native has for us over the next two nights. Again, if you are looking for the link to stream the show just click right here.

If you're craving more Texas and Red Dirt music, you got to download our free Radio Texas, LIVE! app available on ANDROID or IOS. The music sounds great during the week at work, or when you're relaxing hard on the weekend.

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RANKED: America's Top 12 Best-Looking State Trooper Cruisers

Did you know that there is a brotherhood of state troopers called the American Association of State Troopers (AAST)? Their goal: PROTECT. PROVIDE. CONNECTAccording to their website the AAST was formed in 1989 when a "small group of Florida state troopers had the vision to create an association that would unite state troopers across the country and assist them by providing valuable benefits and services."

Each year the AAST releases a calendar of the best looking state trooper cruisers. Ranking is determined by their Facebook followers. It's all for a great cause too. Proceeds benefit the AAST Foundation, which provides higher education scholarships for AAST troopers' children dependents. A noble cause by any measure.