Howdy?  If you’re the the Houston area on Saturday April 28th, I invite you to this year’s Big Huge Multi-genre Christian Indie Music Mega Fest! The event will be held at

Saint Giles Presbyterian Church 5900 Pinemont, Houston, TX,  77018.

The event will be from 12noon-9pm.  There’s no admission charge.
I have attached a flyer to this email.  Here’s this years line up.

12pm – Loretta 12pm- Loretta Williams Gurnel (gospel)
1pm – Halal JahJehovahnce Team (worship dance)
2pm – Tawana (contemporary Christian pop)
3pm – Mike Lazor (Instrumental Worship)
4pm – Pairadox “Readore brothers” (acoustic bluegrass)
5pm – Mindy Salazar (folk rock)
6pm – Jim Gill & the Cracked Potz n>b>(music comedy)
7pm – Bro Ernie (rock)
8pm – Water 2 Wine (praise worship)


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