Singer Songwriter and Guitarist

John Cessac is a country musician and songwriter born in Austin. Known as “Cowboy,” Cessac is a river boy from Vidor, Texas, who keeps country music real and has a soul stirring voice.

A legend in Southeast Texas, John performs solo, duo to a full band. His musical style is considered traditional country, southern rock, blues with a unique  songwriting of his own. Singing cover hits from the great George Jones, to the King of country George Strait, Elvis, Merle Haggard, to Hank and more. Cessac believes no matter what musical genre is called country music, it evolves like everything else: If it’s good music, it will last.

His originals "Son Of Austin,” “Hey Cowboy,” "US 290," “Living On The Highway," “Feeling Like A Kid Tonight," and “River Rat” are just a few songs about his own life experiences that are heart felt by many. It’s great country music that beckons you to dance with a voice people love to hear!

Cessac started playing music full time around 2004 in Nashville for 4 years. Working on a horse ranch, and playing music at night. Now in Texas, Cessac has performed throughout much of the US.

Cessac just recorded with David Varnado, a single released November 11, 2018, “God Bless America Again”. David Varnado, is award winning Fiddle Player of the year 2016, 2017, and 2018 with Texas Country Music Association. 

With a new album to be released this year, for John Cessac country music is a way of life.

Saturday November 10th
Special Angels Rodeo

The annual Orange County Special Angels Rodeo is our primary function each year. We host special needs individuals of all ages and from all walks of life. Our primary geographical focus is Southeast Texas and Southwest Louisiana, but anyone is welcome to attend. The rodeo is held the 2nd Saturday of November each year. Our goal is to provide a one-of-a-kind experience that allows our participants to be a cowboy or cowgirl for a day. Our Special Angels are the stars of the show on rodeo day and all of our events and activities are designed and planned around them. Each of our activities can be adapted to meet the needs of all participants.
 
Our rodeo is overseen by a team of highly qualified individuals from many different walks of life. Physical therapists, nurses, and emergency medical personnel are always on site during the event. Law enforcement officers, including uniformed personnel and plain clothes officers, help ensure that everyone is safe throughout the day.
 
Several area organizations, including area Go Texan committees, spend the day around a village of barbeque pits cooking and serving great food. There area also several other selections, donated by various area restaurants, that are not cooked on the pits.
 
Carnival games, service vendors, bounce houses, mechanical bull, petting zoo, and other activities round out the day.
http://www.specialangelsrodeo.org/rodeo/

Saturday November 10th Special Angels Rodeo

The annual Orange County Special Angels Rodeo is our primary function each year. We host special needs individuals of all ages and from all walks of life. Our primary geographical focus is Southeast Texas and Southwest Louisiana, but anyone is welcome to attend. The rodeo is held the 2nd Saturday of November each year. Our goal is to provide a one-of-a-kind experience that allows our participants to be a cowboy or cowgirl for a day. Our Special Angels are the stars of the show on rodeo day and all of our events and activities are designed and planned around them. Each of our activities can be adapted to meet the needs of all participants.

Our rodeo is overseen by a team of highly qualified individuals from many different walks of life. Physical therapists, nurses, and emergency medical personnel are always on site during the event. Law enforcement officers, including uniformed personnel and plain clothes officers, help ensure that everyone is safe throughout the day.

Several area organizations, including area Go Texan committees, spend the day around a village of barbeque pits cooking and serving great food. There area also several other selections, donated by various area restaurants, that are not cooked on the pits.

Carnival games, service vendors, bounce houses, mechanical bull, petting zoo, and other activities round out the day. http://www.specialangelsrodeo.org/rodeo/

Thursday November 8th

Texas Newsroom Links:
https://www.facebook.com/TexasNewsroom/

https://www.powerplaystudiob.com/power-tv
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Tune for the latest with John Cessac 9PM-11PM Thursday November 8th,  John will be live with Texas Newsroom crew in Dallas, Texas.
Ben Tinsley with the Texas Newsroom radio talk show, co-hosts Michelle Smith Davis, and Shane Danger from 9 p.m. to 11 p.m. tomorrow, Thursday, Nov. 8, as we welcome our guests Brianna Ruelas and master musicians John Cessac and Jeffrey Christian.
Brianna Ruelas is a Dallas-based performing artist consultant, vocal coach, singer-songwriter, and author of ​"Performing Artist Pathway: Navigate the Highs and Lows On Your Music Journey." 
On the show she will discuss with us her very unique journey. (She and her husband are also restauranteurs.!)
John and Jeffrey, meanwhile, need no introduction as they are both longtime musical friends of the show.
Join us on Power Play Radio off Empire Central in Dallas as our acclaimed producers, Donald Willis and Trudy Modica Willis work to make the Texas Newsroom a fantastic production.

Thursday November 8th

Texas Newsroom Links: https://www.facebook.com/TexasNewsroom/

https://www.powerplaystudiob.com/power-tv (SCROLL DOWN AND CLICK ON LIVE PLAYER)

Tune for the latest with John Cessac 9PM-11PM Thursday November 8th, John will be live with Texas Newsroom crew in Dallas, Texas. Ben Tinsley with the Texas Newsroom radio talk show, co-hosts Michelle Smith Davis, and Shane Danger from 9 p.m. to 11 p.m. tomorrow, Thursday, Nov. 8, as we welcome our guests Brianna Ruelas and master musicians John Cessac and Jeffrey Christian. Brianna Ruelas is a Dallas-based performing artist consultant, vocal coach, singer-songwriter, and author of ​"Performing Artist Pathway: Navigate the Highs and Lows On Your Music Journey." On the show she will discuss with us her very unique journey. (She and her husband are also restauranteurs.!) John and Jeffrey, meanwhile, need no introduction as they are both longtime musical friends of the show. Join us on Power Play Radio off Empire Central in Dallas as our acclaimed producers, Donald Willis and Trudy Modica Willis work to make the Texas Newsroom a fantastic production.