Six new stars will be unveiled on Saturday, June 6 at the South Texas Music Walk Of Fame located in the courtyard of the WaterStreet Market.
Stoney LaRue, Ted Roddy, Rosie Flores, Charlie Boeckman, Eddie Olivares Sr. and Carl Lewis and Deadbeats will be honored in this loving tribute.
A 10 a.m. ribbon cutting ceremony kicks off the 6th Annual WaterStreet Market Music, Art and Surf Fest and, this year, all of the stars will perform and be celebrated throughout the weekend of activities.
Stoney LaRue, one of the hottest names in Texas' Red Dirt Country scene, will headline Friday, June 5 at the Executive Surf Club.
A native of Taft, Stoney made a name for himself in Oklahoma and returns home to receive his star.
Rosie Flores, the "Rockabilly Filly", headlines a free matinee at 1 p.m. on Saturday.
Ted Roddy, an acclaimed vocalist and harmonica player, won a place in the famous Austin Chronicle Texas Music Hall of Fame in 2000.
This year he is honored in his hometown and will headline on Saturday night at the Executive Surf Club.
Texas jazz legends Eddie Olivares Sr. and Charlie Boechman serve up two hours of jazz at a free matinee on Sunday, June 7 at 1 p.m.
Charlie Boechman will also be signing his new book, "The Last Jazz Band", on Saturday, June 6 at 3 p.m. at Surf Club Records.
The late Carl Lewis, clearly the most popular judge to ever sit on a bench in this town, is honored for his smooth blues as leader on the long time band, The Deadbeats. The band will re-unite to celebrate his star and close the outdoor festival at 5 p.m. on Sunday, June 7th.
Founded in 2004, The South Texas Music Walk Of Fame is always open, always free, led by volunteers and funded by the WaterStreet Restaurants and Executive Surf Club family of businesses.
Nominations are accepted throughout the year at Surf Club Records.
This year's festival highlights also include a new exhibit in the Texas Surf Museum entitled Big Shots (the work of Texas surf photographers), along with the entire weekend of fine Texas music and local art.