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The Houston Chronicle We're gonna play, flood or not!
Y'all come out to Bob N Jeans! Wear your rain boots! Or no shoes at all! There's already a crowd here! Floods can't stop this honky-tonk from throwing a great party Week after week, the Houston area has been slammed with storms that have caused flooding, damage and heartbreak. On Saturday, Texas-born band Pushwater took the flooding situation into its own hands and decided to put some normality back into the community of Crosby.
The Pushwater Band has a monthly gig at Bob n' Jeans bar in Crosby, and on Saturday, the band announced through Facebook Live that even though the bar itself was flooded in about 4 to 6 inches of rainwater, the outlaw country music group would still be there for those who wanted to have a "pool party" with some line dancing.
They've all been cooped up in the house for two weeks. They didn't care about what kind of conditions they had to brave to come out. And they came to dance. Geared up with trashy tennis shoes or rain boots, several locals are seen in a video recorded by Angela Rives dancing along to Pushwater's Texas-twang music in ankle-deep water.
Pushwater's name seems extremely appropriate for this concert venue, but it has had that name since the family band formed about six years ago. The word "pushwater" honors Duke's grandfather, who got all of the members interested in music. Parts of Baytown and Crosby were under water late last week from flooding, including the bar Bob N Jeans. Video from inside the club Saturday night shows patrons dancing in ankle-deep water to the band, appropriately enough called Pushwater.
Before the show, Pushwater posted to Facebook, saying that the show will go on, flooding or not, while showing the inside and outside of the club. Pushwater Front man Jesse Duke says they'd already driven from Jewett to Crosby by time they found out the bar had taken on water.
She said it was flooded. I said we're gonna come take a look anyway. And when we got there, there were people dancing and playing pool and sitting at the bar drinking. That was at 6pm," Duke said. And the dancing didn't stop.
Because I wanted everybody else to see how awesome it was to see everybody here, no matter water or whatever, having a good time dancing in the water. And he noticed that all the breakers were GFCI, all the plugs were safe, they were four feet off the ground," he said. Once he told me that, we just went with it. Back to all posts. Add comment.Baytown locals looking for sex
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