Thursday, May 14, 2015

May 2015 Java Jam

Special guest Grady Lee will be the featured guest at the next Java Jam, Friday, May 22, 6-9 pm, Milam St. Coffee, on the Square in Wharton, Tx.
Texas singer-songwriter and entertainer Grady Lee has been playing his own style of Texas music since the 60’s. His musical influences include Bill Monroe, Peter Rowan, Jimmy Buffet and Bob Dylan among others. Grady can play solo guitar, as a duo with fiddle or lead guitar, or with a full band at private parties, festivals, and corporate events throughout Texas and the southwest.
Grady is a singer/songwriter/guitarist with credentials as big as the Lone Star State. He has received numerous awards for his work including Studio Musician of the Year from Texas Music Association in 2012. He is no stranger to Wharton, having played numerous times for Shanghai Days Cowboy Gathering and other functions. His style is Country but he’s not above performing anything from Old West to Rockabilly, Gospel and Bluegrass.

**Here's the way the Java Jam works:
6-7 pm opening music
7-8 pm buffet
8-9 pm second round of music
What you'll need to enjoy the evening:
    1. Bring your own wine if you wish.
    2. Bring $15 per person to help pay for the guest musicians. This is an honor system donation designed to help attract and pay a little gas money to out of town musicians.
    3. Bring a covered dish with a little extra to share with your new friends.
    4. Door prizes will be given away featuring the May Business of the Month, Burr Trade Days!

Directions from Houston, Sugarland or Rosenberg, Texas --
Take Highway 59 South, take first Wharton exit which is Business 59 to Hwy 60 (Bay City), turn left, go around the Courthouse Square on one way streets. We are on the northwest corner of the square. If you need any help, please call 979-282-9771.
Linda King

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