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Bandera Music HoF shines at spring showcase


Go on down to the river to enjoy some great music, food and fun during The Bandera Music Hall of Fame's fifth annual Spring Showcase slated for 2 pm to 5 pm, Sunday, May 17.
Enjoy a free musical afternoon on the Medina River behind the Longhorn Saloon as a cavalcade of local musicians perform.
Showcasing some of Bandera's past, present and hopefully future honorees, the impressive list of scheduled performers include Ghosts of the American Road, Hollin McKay, Lee Winright, Gary Wright, Brian Black, Tooter Ripps, Jesse Owen, Lee Harmon, Dylan Tanner, Matt Mydland, Professor Julius, Dave Kemp, Art Crawford, and Autumn Light with Lisa Beck, Jason Carter and Peter Lovett.
Bandera's musical heritage has always been a large part of life in Bandera and the Bandera Music History Project Hall of Fame (BMHOF) honors this tradition. Organized in 2004, the BMHOF preserves, records and honors the music, musicians and venues who have contributed to the rich musical landscape of Bandera County. The annual Spring Music Showcase serves as a scholarship fundraiser for BMHOF, which provides a scholarship for a local high school student each year.
The event will also include a silent auction and barbeque pork sandwich plate and beverage for $6. Early birds will get a cool T-shirt.
The Spring Music Showcase will also have a membership drive. BMHOF members can nominate and vote for their favorite musicians to be inducted in the Bandera Music Hall of Fame at this year's Hall of Fame Honoree Ceremony to be held in the fall.
Hosted by The Longhorn Saloon, 1307 Main Street, in Bandera, the Spring Music Showcase will feature an afternoon of great music that no one will want to miss.