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Free Texas music at Garden in the Heights

With roots in country, folk, blues, and rock, Texas music came out of the Hill Country around Austin and en-joyed a loyal and growing following over the years. A new generation of performers has exploded on the scene, and the Homegrown Texas Jam serves as a showcase for them and the Texas music stars of tomorrow.

Garden in the Heights is the perfect venue for the series with Texas roots going back to the 1880’s, an outdoor concert area under the trees, and large indoor hall in the event of rain.

The Homegrown Texas Jam is a Thursday night free (21 and over only) concert series featuring the new genera-tion of Texas music artists. Each week, the Jam will feature live free performances by hot young artists such as Jack Ingram, Roger Creager and Bill Pekar with Texas Music legends like Guy Clarke. The eight-week series at the his-toric Garden in the Heights kicks off August 16th with Jack Ingram.

Doors will open at 6:00 p.m. Food and drink will be available. Check the website at www,underwayproductions.com for band updates and times.