Bio: Wendy Allyn was raised as any good adventure and music-loving troubadour would be, born in Hollywood, CA and a childhood shared between San Diego and Oklahoma City, her experiences unfold in songs from playing on the beach, dancing in the rain to riding horses and harleys. Some say she's a roamer... See Full BioMore Info
Come Friday night, April 18th and stay all weekend long for live singer/songwriter's music..The heart of the Fest begins Saturday @ Noon! All weekend there's jams going on, byob, rustic camping/tents/etc., it's like nothing you've ever experienced...so much fun!!!
Send $20 per person to: Alton Watson 443 CR 433 Mullin, TX 76864
The 4th annual "Theres Something in the Water' songwriter festival at Regency Texas. This year we have scheduled to perform, Michael Fracasso, Alton and Sue Watson, Wendy Allyn, Bill Lewis, Mark Allen Atwood, Susan Herndon, Michael Douglas Bray, Greg Glowka, The Damn Quails, Tom Skinner, B. Sterling Archer and ME! The actual festival scheduled 'stage' performances start at noon Saturday and go until around 8:00 pm that evening. BUT the actual festival goes from Friday April 15-Sunday April 17th! That is why it is called, "The longest half-day music festival in Texas!" ALL the performers stay the night Saturday night, so you can sit beside them as they perform well into the evening with all the other performers under the awning of "White Wolf Trading Post." Last year we played until 6:00 am Sunday morning...all night long! The $30.00 festival ticket price includes primitive tent camping for ALL three nights. The ticket is for ALL the music played and access for ALL three days. (contact ME for tickets beginning December 15th 2010. (512)-434-9479) http://twobaddogs.com/joelmelton/festival.htm
A small group of performing singer/ songwriter friends perform at the best small music concert room in America. Ticket prices: TBA