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I can practically hear The National flowing through the car speakers of America’s youth on their way down the highway to the most wholesome way to spend a Friday night. The drive-in is about as American as it gets. We love our cars and going to the movies is the standard fallback plan every weekend. However, many of these beloved outdoor screens are in constant peril of closing, reopening, and closing again.

This summer, many theaters will be showcasing a live stream Jimmy Buffet concert, which in 2014 doesn’t seem to fit, but does the drive-in belong in the age of iPads and 3-D printing? The biggest event to happen to the drive-in industry, switching to digital, is advertised on dated websites with glittery backdrops that remind you of an early America Online profile. So why do we go? Why fight to keep these relics open? Because the drive-in’s quaint nature is no more than it advertises. In its simplicity, affordable tickets bring communities together on sticky summer nights and that’s a rarity today. Whether you go to the Starlite, Sky Vue Twin, or the pun-tastic Field of Scenes, the drive-in will give you a few hours of uncomplicated, buffering-free entertainment, so why not?

Click on your state for a full list of drive-ins near you:

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Alabama (9)

Arizona (1)

Arkansas (3)

California (17)

  • – San Jose, CA
  • – Santa Maria, CA
  • – Lakeport, CA
  • – Madera, CA
  • – Paramount, CA
  • – Crescent City, CA
  • – Riverside, CA
  • – Sacramento, CA
  • – Goleta, CA
  • – Santee, CA
  • – Barstow, CA
  • – Twentynine Palms, CA
  • – Concord, CA
  • – Imperial Beach, CA
  • – San Luis Obispo, CA
  • – Riverside, CA
  • – Industry, CA

Colorado (7)

  • – Commerce City, CO
  • – Buena Vista, CO
  • – Fort Collins, CO
  • – Pueblo, CO
  • – Montrose, CO
  • – Monte Vista, CO
  • – Delta, CO

Connecticut (3)

Florida (7)

  • – Tampa, FL
  • – Dade City, FL
  • – Ocala, FL
  • – Ruskin, FL
  • – Lakeland, FL
  • – Lake Worth, FL
  • – Fort Lauderdale, FL

Georgia (5)

Hawaii (1)

Idaho (7)

  • – Grangeville, ID
  • – Twin Falls, ID
  • – Parma, ID
  • – Driggs, ID
  • – Caldwell, ID
  • – Rexburg, ID
  • – Soda Springs, ID

Illinois (11)

  • – W. Chicago, IL
  • – Earlville, IL
  • – Newton, IL
  • – Springfield, IL
  • – Gibson City, IL
  • – McHenry, IL
  • – Dixon, IL
  • – Litchfield, IL
  • – Belleville, IL
  • – Glava, IL
  • – Galesburg, IL

Indiana (20)

  • – Franklin, IN
  • – Wabash, IN
  • – Valparaiso, IN
  • – Garrett, IN
  • – Versailles, IN
  • – Martinsville, IN
  • – Spencer, IN
  • – Georgetown, IN
  • – Mitchell, IN
  • – Huntington, IN
  • – Huntington, IN
  • – Monticello, IN
  • – Winchester, IN
  • – Shelbyville, IN
  • – Bloomington, IN
  • – Indianapolis, IN
  • – Plymouth, IN
  • – Rockport, IN
  • – Knox, IN
  • – Thorntown, IN

Iowa (4)

Kansas (5)

Kentucky (11)

  • – Somerset, KY
  • – Paris, KY
  • – Calvert City, KY
  • –Franklin, KY
  • – Mt. Sterling, KY
  • – Stanton, KY
  • – Winchester, KY
  • – Greensburg, KY
  • – Stanford, KY
  • – Beaver Dam, KY
  • – Harrodsburg, KY

Louisiana (1)

Maine (5)

Maryland (1)

  • – Middle River, MD

Massachusetts (3)

Michigan (10)

  • – Coldwater, MI
  • – Honor, MI
  • – Dowagiac, MI
  • – Dearborn, MI
  • – Muskegon Heights, MI
  • – Carsonville, MI
  • – Hartford, MI
  • – Plymouth, MI
  • – Ionia, MI
  • – Flint, MI

Minnesota (6)

  • – Long Prairie, MN
  • – Warren, MN
  • – Litchfield, MN
  • – Lake Elmo, MN
  • – Luverne, MN
  • – Elko, MN

Mississippi (1)

Missouri (11)

  • – Van Buren, MO
  • – Carthage, MO
  • – Lamar, MO
  • – Kansas City, MO
  • – Moberly, MO
  • – Seymour, MO
  • – Piedmont, MO
  • – Cadet, MO
  • – Houston, MO
  • – Aurora, MO
  • – Independence, MO

Montana (2)

Nebraska (2)

Nevada (2)

New Hampshire (4)

New Jersey (1)

New Mexico (2)

New York (27)

  • – Massena, NY
  • – Alexandria Bay, NY
  • – Watertown, NY
  • – Delevan, NY
  • – Elmira, NY
  • – Palatine Bridge, NY
  • – Aurelius, NY
  • – Glens Falls, NY
  • – N. Hoosick, NY
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  • – Averill Park, NY
  • – Hyde Park, NY
  • – Glenmont, NY
  • – Ballston Spa, NY
  • – Minetto, NY
  • – Poughkeepsie, NY
  • – Portville, NY
  • – Perry, NY
  • – Middleport, NY
  • – Lockport, partnersuche für alleinerziehende mütter kostenlos NY
  • – Unadilla, NY
  • – Lyon Falls, NY
  • – Avon, NY
  • – Warwick, NY
  • – Jamestown, NY
  • – Broadalbin, NY
  • – Amenia, NY

North Carolina (5)

Ohio (28)

  • – Chardon, OH
  • – Ravenna, OH
  • – Sidney, OH
  • – North Ridgeville, OH
  • – Wadsworth, OH
  • – Dayton, OH
  • –Warren, OH
  • – Kenton, OH
  • – Hamilton, OH
  • – Strasburg, OH
  • – Barberton, OH
  • – Springfield, OH
  • – Clayton, OH
  • – Fairborn, OH
  • – Lancaster, OH
  • – Warren, OH
  • – Columbus, OH
  • – Mansfield, OH
  • – Maria Stein, OH
  • – Norwalk, OH
  • – Amelia, OH
  • – Oregon, OH
  • – Mansfield, OH
  • – Tiffin, OH
  • – Middle Point, OH
  • – Wilmington, OH
  • – Wintersville, OH
  • – Liberty Center, OH

Oklahoma (6)

  • – Tulsa, K
  • – Guthrie, OK
  • – Chickasha, OK
  • – Guymon, OK
  • – Poteau, OK
  • – Oklahoma City, OK

Oregon (4)

Pennsylvania (27)

  • – Orefield, PA
  • – Portage, PA
  • – Walnutport, PA
  • – Grindstone, PA
  • – Dickson City, PA
  • – Connellsville, PA
  • – Newville, PA
  • – Coraopolis, PA
  • – Mount Pleasant, PA
  • – Kane, PA
  • – North Vandergrift, PA
  • – Hunlock, PA
  • – Dillsburg, PA
  • – Carroltown, PA
  • – Hazelton, PA
  • – Lehighton, PA
  • – Brookville, PA
  • – Indiana, PA
  • – Montgomery, PA
  • – Butler, PA
  • – Northumberland, PA
  • – Johnstown, PA
  • – Carmichaels, PA
  • – Waterford, PA
  • – McKees Rocks, PA
  • – Clearfield, PA

Rhode Island (1)

South Carolina (3)

 

South Dakota (6)

  • – Miller, SD
  • – Gregory, SD
  • – Redfield, SD
  • – Mobridge, SD
  • – Winner, SD
  • – Hermosa, SD

Tennessee (14)

  • – Lafayette, TN
  • – Lewisburg, TN
  • – Athens, TN
  • – Maryville, TN
  • – Sparta, TN
  • – Elizabethton, TN
  • – Memphis, TN
  • – Bristol, TN
  • – Waverly, TN
  • – Watertown, TN
  • – Estill Springs, TN
  • – Woodbury, TN
  • – Camden, TN
  • – Murfreesboro, TN

Texas (17)

  • – Hockley, TX
  • (XXX) – Tyler, TX
  • – Granbury, TX
  • (XXX) – El Paso, TX
  • – Graham, TX
  • – Gatesville, TX
  • – Lamesa, TX
  • – Amarillo, TX
  • – Abilene, TX
  • – Mercedes, TX
  • – Claredon, TX
  • – Lubbock, TX
  • – New Braunfels, TX
  • – Ennis, TX
  • – Midland, TX
  • – Tyler, TX
  • – Fort Worth, TX

Utah (5)

Vermont (3)

Virginia (7)

  • – Norton, VA
  • – Stephens City, VA
  • – Lexington, VA
  • – Marion, VA
  • – Christiansburg, VA
  • – Moneta, VA
  • – Hadensville, VA

Washington (5)

West Virginia (6)

  • – Chester, WV
  • – Meadow Bridge, WV
  • – Mt. Zion, WV
  • – Speedway, WV
  • – Shinnston, WV
  • – Franklin, WV

Wisconsin (11)

  • – Freedom, WI
  • – Wisconsin Dells, WI
  • – Eau Claire, WI
  • – Jefferson, WI
  • – Pleasant Prairie, WI
  • – Shawano, WI
  • – Monroe, WI
  • – Fish Creek, WI
  • – Richland Center, WI
  • – Chilton, WI
  • – Chetek, WI

Wyoming (1)

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Robert Earl Keen (born January 11, 1956) is an American singer-songwriter and entertainer. Debuting with 1984's No Kinda Dancer, the Houston native has recorded 18 full-length albums for both independent and major record labels, while his songs have had recorded by several country, folk and Texas country music musicians, including,,,,, and the.

Although both his albums and live performances span many different styles, from folk, country, and bluegrass to rock, he is most commonly affiliated with the Americana genre. Keen has toured extensively both in the US and abroad throughout his career, and was inducted into the Texas Heritage Songwriters Hall of Fame in 2012 along with Lyle Lovett and the late.

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Early life and education[]

Keen grew up in southwest Houston. His father was a geologist and his mother an attorney. He has an older brother and a younger sister. He attended Sharpstown High School, graduating in 1974. As a teenager, Keen was an avid reader who excelled in writing and literature classes, and a fan of both the English rock band and, influenced by his older brother, country music by artists like.

His younger sister, Kathy, introduced him to the Houston music scene in the early seventies. "My sister was a couple years younger than I was, and she was like the world-champion player of downtown Houston", Keen said in a 2011 cover story for LoneStarMusic Magazine. Keen would accompany his sister to the bars where she played, many of which featured singer-songwriters playing both covers and original tunes. He started playing guitar himself shortly thereafter, teaching himself to play classic country covers out of a song book the summer before starting college at in.[] He graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in English in 1978 and began writing songs and playing and folk music with friends including his childhood friend (and future longtime player in his band), Bryan Duckworth. During his college years Keen met future musician.

In 1980, Keen graduated from Texas A&M and moved to. He performed in Austin's nightclubs and live music venues like the Cactus Cafe and Gruene Hall in nearby. In 1983, Keen won the New Folk competition at the Kerrville Folk Festival in.

That same year, he began making his self-produced first album, No Kinda Dancer, with the help of his bandmates and the young musicians Lovett and Nanci Griffith. He leased the album to Rounder Records, which released on its Philo Records imprint in 1984. Keen began touring outside of Texas and moved with his wife, Kathleen, to in 1986 — at the encouragement of musician.

Keen returned to Texas 22 months later after failing to find mainstream success, though in Nashville he had signed a publishing deal, a new independent label deal and a national booking agent (Keith Case). After the release of his second and third albums, 1988’s The Live Album and 1989’s West Textures (both produced by Jim Rooney and released on Sugar Hill Records) he began to have commercial success both in Texas and in the rest of the country. Keen’s tour dates around that time included a triple-bill run with Texas songwriters and Townes Van Zandt.

West Textures featured the first recording of what would soon become Keen’s signature song, “The Road Goes on Forever.” Fellow Texan Joe Ely recorded the song on his 1993 album Love and Danger, along with another Keen song, “Whenever Kindness Fails.” Keen’s own version of “Whenever Kindness Fails” appeared on his fourth album, 1993’s Garry Velletri-produced A Bigger Piece Of Sky, along with the following year’s Gringo Honeymoon (whose title track and light-hearted “Merry Christmas from the Family” he frequently plays live, along with 1996’s No. 2 Live Dinner.

Keen has continued to write, record, and tour in the United States. His 1997 album, Picnic, marked the beginning of his on-again, off-again relationship with major labels (both that album and 1998’s Walking Distance were issued on Arista Records, and 2001’s Gravitational Forces, 2009’s The Rose Hotel and 2011’s Ready for Confetti were released on Lost Highway Records.) Keen’s other albums include 2003’s Farm Fresh Onions (Audium/Koch Records) and 2005’s What I Really Mean and 2006’s Live at the Ryman (both on E1 Music). The producers with whom he’s worked on those albums have included,,, and his longtime lead guitarist, Rich Brotherton.

  • Rich Brotherton - guitar
  • Bill Whitbeck - bass
  • Tom Van Schaik - drums
  • Marty Muse - steel guitar

Discography[]

Studio albums[]

Live albums[]

Compilation albums[]

Singles[]

Music videos[]

References[]

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  2. Davis, John T.. Austin American Statesman. Retrieved January 4, 2012. 
  3. ^ Skanse, Richard.. Lone Star Music Magazine. Retrieved January 4, 2013. 
  4. ^ Davis, John T.. No Depression. Retrieved January 10, 2017. 
  5. ^ McLeese, Don.. No Depression. Archived from on July 19, 2013. Retrieved January 5, 2013. 
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