The Piano Magic of Floyd Cramer

by Grandson Jason Coleman

Rio Grande Valley Concert Tour – February 2019

This February, Jason Coleman brings his nationwide hit concert, The Piano Magic of Floyd Cramer, to the Rio Grande Valley! Don’t miss the music and memories, coming soon to a community near you. Scroll down for a schedule, more info, and a video preview!


Wed, Feb 13 · 7:00 PM · Harlingen
Park Place Estates
5401 W Business 83, Harlingen, TX · 956-428-4414

Thu, Feb 14 · 6:30 PM · La Feria
Mesquite RV Park
11924 W Business 83, La Feria, TX 78559 · 956-357-8686

Sat, Feb 16 · 7:00 PM · Palmview
Bentsen Grove Resort
1645 S Bentsen Palm Dr, Palmview, TX · 956-585-7011

Sun, Feb 17 · 2:00 PM · Alamo
Winter Ranch
600 State Hwy 195, Alamo, TX · 956-783-4587

Mon, Feb 18 · 7:00 PM · Mission
Aladdin Villas
1415 Aladdin Villas W, Mission, TX 78572 · 956-310-2448

Sat, Feb 20 · 6:30 PM · Brownsville
Winterhaven Resort
3501 Old Port Isabel Road, Brownsville, TX 78526 · 956-831-7755

Tickets will be available at the door for each performance.

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Floyd Cramer is one of the most admired and beloved instrumentalists of all time. His distinctive “slip note” piano style is instantly identifiable and can be heard on the classic songs of countless pop, country, and rock legends, among them Patsy Cline, Jim Reeves, Roy Orbison, the Everly Brothers, and Elvis Presley. Exemplified by his 1960 smash hit, “Last Date,” Floyd‘s unique touch at the piano was an essential part of the “Nashville Sound” during the 1950s and ’60s, and his far-reaching impact on the music industry led to his posthumous inductions into both the Country Music and Rock and Roll Halls of Fame.

Although his life was taken by cancer in 1997, Floyd‘s “piano magic” is still alive today through the music of his grandson, Jason Floyd Coleman.

In this concert, The Piano Magic of Floyd Cramer, Jason Coleman brings his grandfather’s famous “slip note” piano style to a nostalgic lineup of some of the most recognizable and heart-stirring songs of yesterday and today. “The most fun part for me,” Jason says, “is to see how much these songs mean to so many people – how just a few notes are all it takes to transport you to a different time and place. It’s really moving, and it’s what makes sharing Grandad’s music so special.”

Also, mark your calendars for a special performance presented by McAllen Community Concerts:

Jason Coleman, grandson of Floyd Cramer
with Meagan Taylor, niece of Chet Atkins

Tuesday, March 5 · 7:30 PM · McAllen Performing Arts Center
801 Convention Center Blvd, McAllen, TX · 956-681-3800


Interested in booking Jason for a concert?

Jason will return to the Rio Grande Valley in future years. Bring him to your community!