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Brownout Presents Brown Sabbath, Many HPMA Nominees Lined Up For Next Yes, Indeed! Fest

Brown Sabbath, the offshoot of Austin Latin-funk ensemble Brownout dedicated to exploring the music of (you guessed it) Black Sabbath, has been tapped as headliner of next month’s fourth installment of Yes, Indeed!, the one-day gathering of local and regional performers that is quickly becoming one of Houston’s top sleeper music festivals. Houston-based purveyor of elixirs Eighth Wonder Brewing will be the presenting sponsor.

Also slated to appear at the event, which takes over the Continental Club compound on Saturday, September 19, are a number of current and former Houston Press Music Award nominees: Wrestlers, the Wheel Workers, Bang Bangz, Second Lovers, Moji, Black Kite, Jealous Creatures, the Wandering Bufaleros and Guilla. Visitors from out of town include Austin's Walker Lukens & the Side Arms, Bee Caves and Blue Healer, while raptronica act AF the Naysayer pops over from New Orleans.

Tickets, which start at $15 ($20 day of), are on sale now at this link. For more information see the Yes, Indeed! Facebook page.
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Chris Gray has been Music Editor for the Houston Press since 2008. He is the proud father of a Beatles-loving toddler named Oliver.
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