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Modest House Showcase

January 22, 2015 @ 8:00 pm - 11:00 pm


Votary is a contemporary pop band hailing from College Station, TX. Soon after becoming a full band, Votary won the Texas A&M Battle of the Bands competition and quickly began gaining popularity in the Bryan/College Station area. In the Spring of 2013 Votary released their debut album “Ground Beneath Us” which included the popular single “Hey Teresa” . Votary is currently focused on writing and recording new material for their next EP set to release in the Spring of 2014. Recently Votary has had an extensive live performance schedule including opening for David Ramirez, Tim Halperin, and Green River Ordinance! Votary’s sound has been compared to Ben Rector, Parachute, Matt Nathanson, and Ben Folds. The band includes: Jack Thweatt – Vocals/Guitar, Travis Thompson – Keyboard, Michael Burgess – Bass, Conner Wright – Drums.

Anna Montie

Originally from Dallas Texas, Anna Montie emobies the sound and style of the new-age, female artist. While she is a fresh face on the local music scene, you’ll forget this fact the second she starts to sing. With the vocal ability of a toured artist, and natural talent many would die for, her voice is one you will long remember.

John Fosdick & Cullen Murray

Be careful to take a date to their show. This handsome duo with a sound similar to that of John Mayer and Jack Johnson will most definitely sweep you off your feet. John Fosdick (from Hockley, Tx) and Cullen Murray (from Texarkana, Tx) are sure to satiate your need for smooth, acoustic blues-pop and leave you wanting more.

Zach Reinisch

A College Station native, Zach Reinisch was born on the banks of the Brazos with a guitar in hand. If you’re looking singer/songwriter with that’s a refreshing mix of originality and forward thinking enthusiasm, then look no further. Zach has a sound unique in its own right, but has a vocal style similar to Caleb Followill (Kings of Leon) with melody and lyrics written to the tune of a John Mark McMillan.


January 22, 2015
8:00 pm - 11:00 pm