Hideout Hottie

Steven Visneau
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Max Flinn has already had a busy 2020, playing the Steamboat Springs MusicFest and recording and writing new music in Nashville. But the Houston-based country artist is certain that his show at the Rodeo’s Hideout honky-tonk (March 10, rodeohouston.com) will be a highlight of the year. “I've been attending the Rodeo for as long as I can remember, and always dreamed of getting involved musically,” says Flinn, who’s played the Rodeo’s Wine Garden tent for the last couple of years. “The way I look at it, the Hideout is one step closer to the big stage.” 


AT TOP: Max Flinn at Hotel Zaza Memorial City

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