The Texans, originally organized in 1971 at Dallas Christian College as The Masters' Four, is a full-time traveling family trio spreading the good news of Christ through music.
In 1983, The Texans moved to Branson, MO to perform in family entertainment shows. It was at this time that they became known as The Texans. Using their God-given talents, The Texans have been blessed with many awards throughout the years. As the Master's Four they held the title, “Texas Group of the Year” from 1975 through 1982 as well as designated by the Ozark Music Awards as "Group of the Year" in 1985, ‘86, ‘87 and ‘88 until the awards were discontinued in 1989. In 1987 and 1988, they were voted "Entertainers of the Year”.
In 1999, The Texans became a full-time traveling ministry performing over 300 concerts a year. They have shared the stage with many great speakers including Cecil Todd, Jamie Ragel, TD Jakes, Charles Stanley, Paul Vic, Jesse Duplantis, Jerry Falwell, Tim Lahaye, and Joe Wright just to name a few.
In 2006, the Lord opened the door for the group to settle down a bit and in 2009, with their same mission in mind, The Texans opened the Top Of The Mountain Dinner Theater on the grounds of The Great Passion Play in Eureka Springs, Arkansas.
In 2013 the Texans were once again called back into full-time traveling ministry, performing in more than 200 concerts a year.
The Texans performance is more than just a gospel concert. It is an evening of inspiration, laughter and fun.