Anthony has dedicated a big chunk of his music energy into supporting a faith-based addiction rehab center, known as The Victory Home.
It has been said “when Blake steps in front of an audience, his genuine and deeply seated desire to bring a smile to every person’s heart is heard louder than the music or the words to his songs,” said Rick Faircloth, show organizer.
Bud Whittington is a former regular of the Jamboree.
“We are glad to have him return for a great appearance,” said Faircloth. “He is a real pro with a pure-country style.”
Al Nelson is a very good drummer and singer who can sing the Ray Price style as well as the Big Band style.
“Not only is he a good singer, he is a good drummer,” Faircloth said.
A talented artist, Marek has been playing in local bands for years.
“He is a great drummer and he has a wonderful voice that will impress the audience,” Faircloth said.
The Jamboree show is held the fourth Thursday of each month at the Refugio Community Center from 7:30 to approximately 10 p.m. Admission remains at $4 per person.