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Texas Songwriters, Rabbis and Wine! Stars in the Sky, July
Wednesday, July 11, 2012 • Posted July 11, 2012

Texas Songwriters in the Round is a Mason, Texas tradition! And what better time for tradition then the long, lazy Texas summer? Need somewhere to cool off, chill out, and be cool? How about Sandstone Cellars Winery on July 19th, starting at 7PM! Be there or be hot.

July is a special month for TSR this year. Long time alumni, Misha ben David, will be the featured artist, MBD will also be achieving his long time dream of becoming a Rabbi this summer, and we will be celebrating with him this month. He has been appearing in Mason County since 1999, the year TSR began in Art, Texas. The songwriting group’s mission is presenting all original Texas music for families and friends who return each month to sample the feast of true Texas talent.

Songwriters in the Round 7-8PM (open to members)

Featured Artist 8-9PM

Open Mic 9-10PM

Meet under a blue Texas sky and as the stars come out, so does the excellent wine selection; as the music mellows out over the square, the peace and beauty of the hill country will shine. Then, run next door and order some delectable home made Mexican food at Santos. Sit under the large oak tree and listen, while you wait for the best Mexican food this side of the Rio Grande!

If that isn’t enough to get you out, TSR is raising money for Chemo Sabe, their non-profit music outreach that is going to MD Anderson in September to help raise money for the Cure! Since TSR is a state-wide org, many members are planning to meet in Houston for the event. All tee-shirt sales between now and September will support musicians to sing to the greatest research team in America, as well as runners, patients and families.

All guest stars play for tips, so come early and vote often.

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