November music jamboree draws crowd with O´Brien, other vari
November music jamboree draws crowd with O´Brien, other varied entertainment
More than 250 people attended the Brush Country Music Jamboree on Tuesday, Nov. 4, at the Live Oak County Coliseum.
Dewey Lyon of Austin made his first appearance on the program. He was great on the guitar and harmonica and sang ”Green, Green Grass of Home”, “Will the Circle Be Unbroken”, “Stay All Night” and “She Thinks I Still Care”.
Super entertainer Sean O´Brien of Karnes City was great on “Watermelon Crawl”, “Boot Scoot Boogie”, “Write This Down”, and “Take These Chains From My Heart”. He also got many laughs playing “Bubba” and singing “She Thinks My Tractor´s Sexy”.
Thirteen-year-old fiddler Damien Green of Austin was superb as usual playing “Miles and Miles of Texas”, “Milk Cow Blues”, “A Shoken Farewell”, “In The Mood”, “Sweet Georgia Brown”, “Silver Bells”, “12th Street Rag” and “Orange Blossom Special”.
Linda Wientjes of George West sang great old gospel tunes “I´m Gonna Walk the Golden Stairs”, “Lord, Don´t Move that Mountain”, “On Heave´s Bright Shore” and “Supper Time”.
In observance of Veterans Day, the quartet (consisting of Jim Warren, Bill Dragoo, Joe Nixon and Bill Boyd) sang a medley of “Caissons Go Rolling Along”, “Anchors Aweigh”, “Marine´s Hymn” and “U.S. Air Force Song”. Dale Cavallin sang “The Wall”.
Lothell DuBose got many laughs when she sang “Nineteen Years Old”.
The next program will be the annual Christmas show and 14th anniversary program on Tuesday, Dec. 2, when Chris Rybak will headline.
Photo: Chris Rybak