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2004, June 16, The Progress 1

2004, June 16, The Progress 1

Jamboree to host patriotic program

Jamboree to host patriotic program

Jamboree to host patriotic program

 

The monthly Brush Country Music Jamboree will be held Tuesday, July 6, beginning at 7 p.m. at the Live Oak County Coliseum.

This will be the annual patriotic program. Headlining will be the Accordion Cowboy – Chris Rybak – of Hallettsville.

Other guest performers will be 14-year-old singer/keyboard player Travis Bishop and his 7-year-old sister, Taylor, both of Sugar Land; super fiddler/singer Ricky Turpin of New Braunfels; and comedienne Charlotte “Beulah Mae” Maples of Agua Dulce.

Appearing for the first time on the show will be Laura Sulaica of Three Rivers, who will sing the gospel portion of the show.

The jamboree is sponsored by the Live Oak County fair Association and all net proceeds go toward their youth scholarship fund. Buses and vans are welcome. For more information, call Jerry Retzloff at 361-786-3334.

 

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Headlining the July 6 Brush Country Music Jamboree will be the Accordion Cowboy Chris Rybak.

Travis Bishop will be a guest at the July 6 Brush Country Music Jamboree.

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