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June 17, 2013 Mallori Brookshire, 564-7351
CulverHouse and Westbound 21 Playing at Freedom Fest
NACOGDOCHES - Get ready to rock out at the 2013 Texas Farm Bureau Freedom Fest presented by metroPCS! CulverHouse will be returning to the stage again this year along with new guest, Westbound 21, on Thursday, July 4th in Festival Park.
CulverHouse is a rock band out of Lufkin, Texas that originally formed in 1989 in Lufkin but then disbanded in the early nineties. In 2011, CulverHouse re-formed with four of the original five members, driven by renewed vigor and enthusiasm. The band consists of bass guitarist Patric Ainsworth of Lufkin, rhythm guitarist Tim Brookshire of Lufkin, drummer Jesse Haugen of Lufkin, lead vocalist Robert Davis originally from Brooklyn, New York, and lead guitarist Jonathan Webster of Nacogdoches.
Westbound 21 is a Texas country band formed in Nacogdoches, Texas in 2011. Former Marine Cody Wayne and fellow musician Max McRuiz command the stage as the band’s lead singers along with Lyndsey Torrez on bass guitar and Ronnie Godfrey on drums. Westbound 21 performs in towns across Texas and Louisiana, and they were recently voted the Best Country Band in East Texas.
The Texas Farm Bureau Freedom Fest presented by metroPCS will be held on Thursday, July 4th from 5 to 9:30 p.m. in Festival Park. Families can enjoy live music by CulverHouse and Westbound 21 sponsored by The Barn Bar & Grill, festival food, vendors and children’s activities at this annual Independence Day. The evening will culminate in a dazzling fireworks display sponsored by Texas Farm Bureau beginning 30 minutes after dark. Admission to the festival is free.
For more information about Texas Farm Bureau Freedom Fest presented by metroPCS, please contact the Nacogdoches Convention and Visitors Bureau at 936-564-7351 or 1-888-OLDEST-TOWN.