Saturday, May 2
10:00 am - Matt Brooks
Born and raised in a suburb of Dallas, The Colony, TX; Matt Brooks began singing and playing guitar at the age of 9 years old. After getting his first guitar, he learned to play everything from John Mayer to Metallica, Dave Matthews & Blake Shelton and quickly became obsessed with music. During his 4 years in college, Matt would busk in downtown Omaha, NE for extra money on his weekends off and got his first real taste of playing live music to crowds of people. This is where the desire to play music full-time began and a few years later would bring him to play music professionally.
11:45 am - Matthew Fiock
Matthew Fiock is from the great Northwest, but now resides in the big state of Texas. His music has been described as reggae, island, rock with a little european influence. Growing up he was surrounded by eclectic music listeners and was constantly and consistently around rock, alternative, island, hip hop, jazz, etc. The list goes on. He picked up an ukulele after 15 years of playing guitar and focused his abilities on to the uke. With the island and rock culture combined vocally and played by an ukulele it is a sound that’s not been heard before.
1:30 pm - Janky
3:30 pm - Retrophonics
Fort Worth based funk and soul music lead by musician Chris Watson.
5:30 pm - Nick Snyder & The Real Deal
Nick Snyder is a Blues/Rock guitarist/vocalist based in the Dallas/Fort Worth area
Sunday, May 3
10:00 am - Bubby
Erik grew up only watching and listening to beatles stuff, but never really had any interest in things that the other kids were doing or listening to. When he was 16 he started performing at a coffee shop by his house and never wanted to stop after that.
11:45 am - Sweet Crooner
A unique tribute to the best of ’50’s & early ’60’s Rock ‘n Roll! Spanning the debut of Elvis in ’54, to the passing of the torch to The Beatles in ’64.
1:30 pm - Warehouse
A Dave Matthews Tribute Band- formed in the Fall of 2013; based out of the Dallas / Ft. Worth Area.
3:30 pm - Maylee Thomas Band
From her early days as a gospel singer, to her legendary status as a Texas diva, Maylee transcends genre, mixing gospel-based blues with a soul driven rock, touches of pop, with the very faintest caresses of country from time to time… and audiences respond. Maylee is the soul of Texas and a must see act.