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December was extremely busy for us.  We traveled to Kingsville to play for the formal Bluebonnet Ball at the Henrietta King Museum.  Below are some photos from that dance:

Bluebonnet Ball - Kingsville      Formal Bluebonnet Ball - Kingsville      Bluebonnet Ball - Kingsville      


We were excited to be the opening act for Tejano star David Lee Garza at the Christmas Party for the San Antonio Police Officers Association.  The event was held at the Alzafar Shrine Temple and everyone had a wonderful time!  Thanks to police officers Ernest Elizondo and Erik Doyle for having us perform.

Tony, David Lee Garza, Brenda, Ralph, John, Chilton       Ralph at Alzafar Shrine      Sing it, Chilton!      Opening for David Lee Garza at SAPOA party

Chilton and John at Alzafar Shrine      Opening for David Lee Garza      Ralph & Brenda at Alzafar Shrine      SAPOA Party


December also marked the first time any of us had played at Gruene Hall.  We were thrilled to perform on such a historic stage.  Thanks to Fugro, Inc. for inviting us to play at their annual party.

                        Ralph, Chilton, John, & Brenda      Ralph on stage at historic Gruene Hall      Brenda at Gruene Hall


We also played for TETCO's Christmas party held at the Turner estate.  Thank you to Shirley Ahr for asking us back for a second year.

                                       Setting up in the living room      TETCO Christmas Party


On Christmas Day, we returned to D'Hanis for the annual Christmas dance.  It was a great night!  We'll see you again next year!

After the dance in D'Hanis      D'Hanis Christmas Dance      Chilton in lights      Looking good, John      Brenda Rocking around the Xmas Tree

Tony rockin' it in D'Hanis      D'Hanis Christmas Dance      D'Hanis Christmas Dance      Play That Funky Music, Tony     Elf Brenda in D'Hanis


Yorktown's Western Days in October was a huge success.  We had a great time performing for the Saturday night street dance.  Our thanks go out to Peggy Savage for all her help and support!  We really appreciate it!  We also extend our thanks to our sponsor at Western Days, Pete & Patricia Dlugosch at D & B Rentals.  We'll see you again for the Saturday night dance next October!

Here are some photos from Yorktown:

Yorktown       Brenda & Tony at Yorktown       Yorktown

Sound man Jim at Yorktown     Yorktown      Yorktown      Yorktown


Tony with Jim Ed Brown Tony played golf in the Moe Bandy charity tournament held at Canyon Springs recently.  He was thrilled to have Jim Ed Brown (Pop-A-Top) in his group.  We also attended the Picker's Party where Jim Ed and Charlie Pride sang and played guitar in a casual setting.  It was great to hear Charlie sing "Kiss An Angel Good Morning" and "Is Anybody Goin' To San Antone?" up close and personal!  Then he and Jim Ed sang several Jim Reeves songs.  Everyone was a wonderful time!

Jim Ed still sings great, and he's a pretty good golfer too!  That's him in the dark shirt on the left - Tony is in the dark shirt on the right.


Here are some other photos you might enjoy:

Chilton & John at Pollo Fest        Cinnamon & Brandi, mascots        Tony at Cestahowa Festival       Brenda at Quihi Gun Club       Brenda & Chilton at Leon Springs        

Ralph at SA Rodeo        Tony at Leon Springs       Lynna & Robert Wiseman        Chilton at the Pollo Fest

Fans at Leon Springs        Chilton at Don Strange Ranch        Brenda, Chilton & John at Leon Springs        Brenda5.JPG (44803 bytes)     

Chilton at Quihi Gun Club        Brenda at Leon Springs        Ralph at Leon Springs        Fans at Leon Springs

Fans at Leon Springs       Rick & Peggy at Falls City        Tony at Leon Springs        Fans at Leon Springs        

Ralph at Quihi Gun Club       Brenda & Chilton at Leon Springs        Chilton & John at Leon Springs        Ralph5.JPG (56700 bytes)

Chilton at Pollo Fest        Brenda at Leon Springs        John at Don Strange Ranch       John at Pollo Fest
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