7:00 - 8:00 p.m.
The world we live in faces many problems. Among them, the shortage of amazing 90’s cover bands is probably the most pressing issue of our generation. Booty and the HoeFish formed to save help save live music by playing only the best parts of the the best 90’s songs.
As 90’s rock fans have aged they realized that 4 minute 90’s songs just won’t work with their busy schedules. Booty has patented the “only play the good parts” method of live rock and roll awesomeness. We only play the parts you know, that one chorus, that clever verse, that one guitar part you still remember. That way, you can safely consume multiple alcoholic beverages and still have fun without pretending to know the 3rd verse to Insane in the Membrane.
5:00 - 6:00 p.m.
3:30 - 4:15 p.m.
Webb Avenue has roots tracing back to the mid 90’s when brothers Jon and Josh Thatcher began playing music together within their home. “Developing our talents was something that our parents heavily encouraged,” says Jon Thatcher, drummer for Webb Avenue. The Thatcher brothers soon began playing with other local musicians including current bass player and long-time family friend, Chris Moffitt.
Since the early years of the group, a lot has changed for the individual musicians. However, their love of music and live performances continues to bring them together. “It’s something we are trying to pass on to our own children now. I love to see their enthusiasm for music in all of its forms,” says Josh Thatcher, guitarist for the band.
Music influences for the group are wide ranging from various genres including blues, jazz, rock, folk, country, and pop, from such great artists as Stevie Ray Vaughan, Kenny Wayne Shepherd, George Strait, John Mayer, the Avett Brothers, Ben Rector, Nirvana, Dave Matthews Band, and The Killers, just to name a few.
1:45 - 2:45 p.m.
Tommy Katona and Texas Flood have become one of the premier blues bands in all of North Texas. Evolving from the original tribute to Stevie Ray Vaughan, Texas Flood pays tribute to the legends as well as the future of the blues through their own music and style. With an in-your-face show and raw high energy playing Tommy Katona takes the listener on a journey through the blues.
12:00 - 12:30 p.m.
Southern Weather is a Dallas, Tx based band with influences from Rock, Pop, Indie, and Funk genres. Their debut single “My Favorite Song“ was released in early 2019.