About Lange Debault. Lange was first introduced to the guitar as a high school freshman when he and some friends performed at an FFA talent team contest. Lange jokes about the experience now, "We would play in these large gymnasiums and the students would vote for the winners. We never won-so I guess they didn't think our group was as talented as we did!" Lange continued to perform at Texas A&M University, where he joined the Singing Cadets. As a member of the Singing Cadets, Lange performed for Former President George Bush, sang the National Anthem opening day for the Houston Astros, and toured England, performing at St. Paul's Cathedral and Westminster Abbey. Before graduating from A&M, Lange joined a band that played local venues-The Tap, Shadow Canyon, and Hurricane Harry's-when they would open for bands like Roger Creager and Gary P. Nunn. "I think this is when I was influenced the most, listening to guys like Robert Earl Keen, Jerry Jeff Walker, and Stevie Ray Vaughn." Lange took a break from the songwriter/honky tonk circuit to get his 'day job' in order. Lange's momentum has picked up now that he is back on the central Texas music scene. Recently, Lange helped raise money to cure cancer when he played at the Cattle Baron's Ball and Relay for Life. News Channel 10's Morning Buzz featured a segment on Lange, and he performed on Waco 100's number one rated radio morning show The Zack and Jim Show. In addition to his busy performance schedule, Lange has finished his first record, Sawdust, which released November 28th. Lange penned 9 of the twelve tracks of the album, which stays true to his small town roots and exhibits his own personality with light-hearted songs like Port Aransas, Farmers Tan and I'm from Aggieland.
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