Brush Country Music Jamboree to kick off Feb. 4
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The accordion cowboy Chris Rybak
The accordion cowboy Chris Rybak
The Brush Country Music Jamboree will hold a reunion program on Tuesday, Feb. 4, at the Dobie West Performing Arts Theater in downtown George West (across from the courthouse). The program will begin at 7 p.m.

Guest performers will be Ricky Turpin (who will play twin fiddles with Joe Nixon the entire show); the accordion cowboy Chris Rybak; yodeling champion Ken Brothers; Allison Crowson; fiddler/singer Rocky King; Linda Wientjes; and the Rocky Roberts Family, who will sing the gospel portion of the show.

The jamboree is an official function of George West’s centennial celebration and is sponsored by the City of George West and the George West Chamber of Commerce.

There is no charge for admission. A concession stand will be available.

For more information, call Jerry Retzloff at 361-786-3334.
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