Hayes Carll, Centro-Matic, Robert Ellis and Low Dark Hills Join The Homegrown Fest Bill.
About a month ago, the folks behind the Homegrown Music and Arts Festival announced the first four bands set to play the third go-'round of their annual concert in Main Street Gardens Park. Yesterday, organizers announced the second four bands confirmed to play the bill.
As with the first round announcements, this second round finds organizers pooling talent from across Texas — a change from the festival's previous incarnations, in which solely North Texas-affiliated bands were invited to perform. The new additions? Houston country singer-songwriters with flairs for classic touchstones Hayes Carll and Robert Ellis, North Texas rock favorites Centro-matic and upstart outfit Low Dark Hills, which consists of members formerly of the adored area indie outfit The New Frontiers.
These acts join a bill already featuring Austin rabble-rousers Ume, Austin experimental electronic outfit The Octopus Project, San Antonio rock outfit Girl in a Coma and Dallas party-starters Mystery Skulls.
Full confirmed Homegrown Music and Arts Festival lineup to date:
Girl in a Coma
Low Dark Hills
The Octopus Project