This past Saturday I attended the Northeast Texas Music Festival in Winnsboro. There were a number of great performers starting just after noon and running until late that night. It made for a long, hot day, but it sure was worth it.
I was given a press pass, which is always nice, so I got to go backstage and meet the artists. It was quite a thrill to talk to T. Graham Brown and The Bellamy Brothers. I’ve been fans of both for years — which I guess means we are all getting old — and they never fail to give an audience a great show.
The music was a mix of country and gospel, so at times it was toe-tapping and other times it was heart tapping, especially when T. Graham Brown sang “Wine Into Water.” And who couldn’t love The Bellamy Brothers’ “Guardian Angel”.
Luke Williams and his band was quite a hit, and he had a tremendous command of the stage even at the young age of 16. This is a singer/songwriter that we are going to hear a lot more of in the future.
Here is a link to the story I did for WinnsboroToday.com.
2 thoughts on “Making Music”
Sounds like you had a wonderful day – back stage passes, no less!
Straight From Hel
I did, Helen. It was a long, hot day, but well worth it.