It was fun. On a property outside of Dallas, this family owns some land and hosted the event.
I turned onto the is dirt road and thought Bessie, my GPS, was playing tricks on me. So, I call my friend and it is indeed the place. So I continue down this gravel road with ditches on either side hoping that Blue Bell, my car, makes it. Somebody's yellow dog is barking at me, I am sure I am in an episode of Lassie.
So I am instructed to pull in on an open grass field and park. So far so good. I pat Bessie on the carriage and hope its doesn't rain or else Bessie and I will be spending the night on the open prairie for realz.
The set was nice. Their is a neat little house on this wide expanse of land. There was a makeshift stage erected from a flatbed tractor trailer outlines with tree lights and bails of hay.
Some local groups sang as we spread out on the lawn on chairs and blankets.
These are some of the groups featured.
www.myspace.com/bravomaxdallas These guys are pretty cool. The lead singer looks like he should be on One Tree Hill or something. Such a cutie. I Like Horn in Hell and Losing Her.
www.myspace.com/garrettowen This guy really has a good voice and some really nice songs.
www.myspace.com/matthewbridgmanmusic I missed this guy. He came on after I left.
The clouds started to roll in and I thought it best if me and Blue Bell mosied right along. So I thanked my hosts and got out of Dodge before sunset. I was so far out of town is was dark by the time I made it home.