New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - April 19, 1995, New Braunfels, Texas
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Wednesday, April 19,1995EntertainmentMcBride and the Ride bring country sound to Wursthalle
As part of the Sesquicentennial celebration, the Wurstfest Association will host Nashville recording artists Terry McBride and the Ride at the Wursthalle on Saturday, April 22.
A few of McBride’s country chart hits include “Sacred Ground,” “Just One Night,” and “Going Out of My Mind.”
Their newest MCA album is due in stores in September.
McBride was born in Austin and grew up 60 miles down the road in the small ranching community of Lampasas. He started playing the guitar when he was 9 and by high school had experience in both traditional and progressive Texas music. After high school, he spent 3 years on the road with his father, Dale McBride, who had 11 chart hits on various independent labels. He followed with a two-year stint as the bass player in Delbert McClinton’s band.
He went to Nashville and in June 1989 caught the attention of MCA Nashville President Tony Brown. Brown put together the group that garnered Top Vocal Ciroup nominations from both the Academy of Country Music and the Country Music Association, and won Cashbox magazine’s New Group of the Year honors in 1991. Their next two albums yielded two #1 records and two Top 5 singles.
San Antone Roses opens the show
Terry McBride and the Ride
Saturday evening. The group features Seguin resident Dottsy Dwyer and Suze Raff of San Antonio. Dottsy entertained locally when her music career began some 20 years ago and successfully recorded in Nashville for 6 years with RCA Records. Her top
ten hits included “Storms Never Last,” “ITI Be Your San Antone Rose,” “After Sweet Memories,” and “Tryin’ to Satisfy You.” Her distinctive vocal style, which has seasoned beautifully since her debut on the RCA label, lends to each song her own personal touch.San Antone Roses
The Roses have recently shared billings with a variety of country music stars, including Gary Morris, Jerry
Reed, and Tracy Lawrence.
Admission to the dance is $12 at the door. Tickets may be purchased in
advance at the discounted price of $ 10 from the Wurstfest office. Music begins at 8 p.m.
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Papa (W.T. Henderson) listens as Franzeska (Robin Williams) tells of her dreams to become a great artist, in this scene from the Sesquicentennial heritage play “Orphans on the Guadalupe” at Circle Arts Theatre. Tickets are available at China-n-Things. For reservations, call 609-3092, Monday-— Saturday, noon to 6 p.m. only. Thursday night's performance will benefit CASA of Central Texas. There will be a special showing at 4 p.m. on Saturday, April 22, in keeping with the Sesquicentennial festivities. Photo by BILL HAAS
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Angie Banta Brown, center, helps Jean Reding during a watercolor workshop recently held at Slumber Falls. Maxine Nibe is painting in the foreground. Reding and Nibe are from San Antonio, and other participants came from Dallas, Plano, Lindale, Wisconsin, Houston and New Braunfels. Brown is a current and charter member of the New Braunfels Art League and her works hang at the Art League Gallery. She also is having a one-woman show at the Irving Center for the Arts in Irving, Texas this month.
Oil painting workshop
Cariene Reeves of Houston and Taos, New Mexico, works with Pat bentine of San Antonio on her oil painting during a workshop on roses last week at the New Braunfels Art League Gallery, 239 W. San Antonio. Maureen Miller of Cibolo is in the background. Other participants came from Gonzales, Austin, San Antonio and New Braunfels. Reeves was so impressed with the Art League she joined the membership and has a painting hanging in the gallery.