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Explosion in a Shingle Factory: Fifth Ward Jam Unveiled This Afternoon with Musical Celebration

Music and stories celebrating Houston’s historic Fifth Ward celebrate the opening of Dean Ruck and Dan Havel’s bungalow-turned-folk-art-cathedral, Fifth Ward Jam  this afternoon, Saturday, Oct 1. Beginning at 4:30 p.m. performers including Texas Zydeco Prince Jabo, legendary Duke Peacock guitarist Texas Johnny Brown, Stella-nominated gospel quartet Endurance, and other musical artists will perform their life stories against the backdrop of the radically re-constructed house at 3705 Lyons Ave.

also by Bill Davenport
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