One of Tyler McCollum’s favorite things about returning to Conroe is seeing how much he’s grown — especially the music scene.
When he and his brother Parker were growing up in Conroe in the 1990s, their live music scene consisted of a barn or pasture or sneaking in to see Davin James or Shake Russell play at Puffabelly’s in the spring.
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