Tau Phi took some inspiration from country music star and club alum Thomas Rhett as the men’s social club hosted its 38th annual Cowboy Show Saturday night in Collins Alumni Auditorium.

The night began by recognizing and praying for the victims and family members affected by the Las Vegas shooting at the country music festival last weekend.

The show featured the men of Tau Phi and the women of Lipscomb singing country music hits varying from Charlie Daniels’ “Devil Went Down to Georgia” to Thomas Rhett’s “Playing with Fire.” The money the club raised through ticket purchases went to its philanthropy, Room in the Inn.

Hunter Taylor directed the show and said that he feels the Tau Phi Cowboy Show and Tau Phi itself go hand-in-hand.

“Neither one would exist without the other,” Taylor said. “Both of them show me that I can always count on my brothers to be there for me. I knew my boys would show up and give it all they had. I could not be more proud of them, and there’s not another group of guys I would have rather done this with.”


Share This