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Roy Sanders started the evening off with a nice set of mellow guitar instrumentals, then Jimmy Maze and the Milano Playboys came on with “Crystal Chandelier”, then a request of “Dear John”, followed by many other great songs from “Way back when”. Tina Galbreath from Rockdale joined in with her harmonica and really got the crowd going.
If you want to hear some good ole music from the good ole days, these guys bring it, come on out and give them a listen, and grab some barbecue brisket, it’s a great time for all.
The Milam’s Texas Moonlighters, George Lambert, junior and senior (81), came on for the second hour, with more of our old favorites like “Bed of Roses” and “Burning Memories”, and my favorites, “Cattle Call”, and “White Lightnin'”, you can’t help but love these guys, a father and son doing what they love together. More fathers and sons should be like this. Be sure to come and see them.
Thomas Polanksky gave Senior a break and sang a few songs, like “Frauline” and “Does my ring hurt your finger?”
George junior did a solo, “Riders in the night” then Senior came back with one of his originals, “she’s still a part of me” and one of his families favorites, a Gospel song, “You’ll never be lonesome there”.
Don’t forget the barbecue brisket, the sausage from Texas Chaw of Caldwell, just come and have a good evening with some great old country music. See who was here, click Here.