Hey musicians!!!! it’s time for this year’s roundup at Uncle Bill’s Music Barn, the home of live music, parties and special events.
It’s soon time for this year’s 3rd Annual Music Festival .
Each night we have a host who brings in the talent.
Thursday, November 6th ,2014– Host: Junior Vasquez
Friday, November 7th, 2014 – Host: Tina Turner
Saturday, November 8th, 2014 – Host: Wade Parks
Musicians interested in taking part should contact a host directly or send their information to unclebillsmusic.com.
Shows start at 6pm and go till 10:00 pm.
OTHER UPCOMING EVENTS
November 21, David House in Concert
November 22, King’s Banquet
To book your event–write to us at unclebillsmusic.com. or call Silas at 806-535-6290.
We do: Weddings, receptions, concerts, meetings, Christmas parties, workshops and dances.
The shows will be held on Thursday November 7th, Friday November 8th and Saturday, November 9th at Uncle Bill’s Music Barn from 6pm to 10pm. Each night, the festival will feature a guest host plus an assemblage of performing artists.
Uncle Bill’s Music announces lineups starting a 7pm and ending at 10pm
Thursday – November 7th – Host–Mark Wallney
Sterling Masat True Blue Brandon Word
Derek Bohls Chris Albright Darren Welch
Mike Pritchard Mark Wallney DG Flewellyn
Friday – November 8th – Curtis Peoples
Andy Wilkinson Dallas Owens Lori Sealy Concept
Sterling Masat Pickin on the Plains Curtis Peoples Collective
Saturday – November 9th – Jenni Dale Lord
Alex Sanchez School of Rock – Acoustic Ensemble
Hayley Burton Trio Brian McRae Wade Parks Band
Kent Mings Thomas Radcliff Jenni Dale Lord
Tickets: $10.00 each night and will be available at Ralphs Records and at the door. Students with a valid ID–Admission $5.00.
Location: Uncle Bill’s Music Barn at 15002 Louisville Avenue
For more information email Silas at email@example.com.
Former Lubbockite, David House, will be at Uncle Bill’s Barn Saturday night and wants all his friends to come by with their instruments and have some fun. We will start gathering around 7pm and go until we are played out. Refreshments will be available. Mark McAfee will be the host for the evening. For more information, he can be reached at 806-577-6078.
Easier features Josh Rosenthal with Mickey Raphael – Willie Nelson’s harmonica player.
Josh Rosenthal, Saturday, April 14, 7:00 p.m., $10.
Appetizers and refreshments included. BYOB.
Josh’s autobiography: “Hawaiian Lap Steele guitar or record an album? It’s still not an easy answer for me. Back in 2004 I saved $1,000 to put toward that guitar, but in a moment of weakness I thought “why don’t I spend money on something that will make me some money?” Drawing everything from savings, I wrote and recorded “Inspired by Tuesday”. It taught me that I could actually create something people would enjoy.
The birth of that album, at the time, meant no more college, no more responsibilities and no more 1984 Mercury Grand Marquis. I was young. My career didn’t skyrocket, in fact that year taught me of my need for college, responsibility and old beat-up cars. Sales were just good enough to show me that I was on to something, but at that time I had little to say. I didn’t know how to make sense of all I had experienced by that time in my life. I needed to spend more time developing what my message as an artist would be.
A few years later, I enrolled at the University of Utah and eventually graduated with a degree in Strategic Communication. The one thing I believed would interfere with my music career proved to the thing that advanced it – a diploma. I learned about discipline and how to finish well.
In high school, I had a list of three professions I admired: pastor, surgeon or musician. I experimented in a bit of each. Well, I’ve never been a surgeon, but I worked in an intensive care unit near surgeons. I stayed long enough to realize I didn’t want the hours surgeons worked. One doctor I talked to said his wife asked him to work less hours because their family was falling apart. He chose to keep his hours at the hospital, which left me turned off to the path of a surgeon.
I left Texas for Utah where I worked with high school students and led worship at two churches for a total of five years. It was good while it lasted, but I was eager to see that chapter pass. Finally, I landed as a singer/songwriter because I felt like it was a combination of all three professions I admired. I can write songs and use them as instruments of healing in the lives of the people I love.”