Seabrook Music Festival

This, one of the region's fastest-growing festivals, is about nothing if not sonic diversity. The bigger names from the scores of acts scheduled to perform out near Clear Lake cover all the requisite genres. Ya got yer twang (the Derailers, Eleven Hundred Springs), jam (George DeVore), party (Joe "King" Carrasco), swamp (Damon Troy and Louisiana Beat) and blues (Dave Nevling & the Blues Kats, Tony Vega Band, John McVey). But what about the real telltale sign of a burgeoning fall festival? Will a one- to three-hit 1970s band be there? Gotcha covered. Light country rockers Firefall ("You Are the Woman," "Just Remember I Love You," "Strange Way") fill those shoes.
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Bob Ruggiero has been writing about music, books, visual arts and entertainment for the Houston Press since 1997, with an emphasis on classic rock. He used to have an incredible and luxurious mullet in college as well. He is the author of the band biography Slippin’ Out of Darkness: The Story of WAR.
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