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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! Baytown/Crosby folks ain't scared! 
  
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. 
"We've played in the mud," lead singer Jesse Duke said. "But never in a flooded venue." 
The bar, which has been flooded out multiple times before, according to Duke, was renovated to move the wiring higher, so no water can get to it and, apparently, so bands can still perform in the flooded venue. 
"I just want to thank the people in Baytown and Crosby for supporting us," Duke said. "It says a lot about our fans for them to come out and hear us in those kinds of conditions. 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." 
Although the bar was flooded, the road was clear for people to come and go without danger, according to Duke. 
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. "Pushwater" was the grandfather's name for gasoline.

ABC News 13 Houston Texas 
Monday, June 06, 2016 10:31PM 
CROSBY, TX (KTRK) -- A little flooding over the weekend wasn't going to stop a party in Crosby. 
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. 
"By the time we got down there, I called the manager to ask how it was. 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. 
"It was awesome," said Bob N Jeans employee Angie Rives. "That's why I did the video. 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." 
We asked Jesse Duke if they were worried about the possibility that someone could get electrocuted. 
"My father, who plays bass guitar for me, he's a pretty darn good electrician. And he noticed that all the breakers were GFCI, all the plugs were safe, they were four feet off the ground," he said. "I said, 'Dad is there any chance that anything could happen electrically?' He said no, they've actually engineered/retrofitted this building in a manner that would keep everyone safe. Once he told me that, we just went with it." 
And they created one of the most memorable nights in the band and this building's history.

New Single "Money Tree" On Radio Now!!!! 

Hey guys, the wait is over!! 

In the immortal words of Jim Morrison, "The time to hesitate is through!"

We are excited to announce the release of our new single "Money Tree" to hit radio stations all over Texas today!!! Do us, and yourselves a favor and go check it out!!! Don't forget to request our tune on your local station!!! We're excited about things to come. Thank you all for your continued support!! Facebook

Exciting Things To Come! 

Boy howdy! We've been in the studio recording with the one and only, Bart Rose at Fort Worth Sound! We're opening for Brandon Rhyder at SXSW and Aaron Lewis in Spring, Tx! Be on the, lookout for the new single, Money Tree, this spring; coming to a radio station near you! Don't forget to like our Facebook page!

Finishing Strong!!  

Our goal this year was to play 200 shows and I'm proud to say that we are on track to beat that goal!!! We are finishing 2014 out strong, and we owe that to all of our fans, friends, and venues who have helped us to achieve this goal!! Less than 1% of musicians in Texas play over 200 hundred shows per year and we are proud to be in that elite group of road pounders!!! Thank you all!!

Full September!!!  

We have been working hard to fill our schedule this year, so that we can get around and play the places that you folks request!! We are approaching one of our busiest months so far, September!! Thanks to you guys, and all of the "word of mouth" advertising you have been spreading, we are jam-packed with good dates for the rest of the year!! Thanks again!!!!

Kevin Fowler!!!  

We are looking forward to doing this show with Kevin Fowler on August 8th! We are lookig forward to seeing all of our Hill Country folks down in San Antonio as well!! Yeee Hawww!!!  See our Schedule for details!! 

Looking Forward!  

We have been hitting hard so far this year, and it has been paying off!! We would like to say thanks to all of our fans and friends! Also a big thanks to The Academy of Texas Music for the nomination of, "Angels and Cigarettes" as Song of the Year!! As a songwriter Jesse Duke is humbled to be in such good company. Stay tuned folks, as we approach our four year anniversary we can assure you the best is yet to come!!!!!!

Check out this AWESOME review of our new Video! 

Sherryjane Cooke League City (Houston area,) Texas Quote
 · Feb 16 2014 9:31

Jerry and all, I ADORE the new song and the new video "In the Ground!" I've listened to some of your amazing songs before and am never disappointed! With this new one, I am in awe! It is THE most masterfully created blending of songwriting, perfect vocals and harmonies, background fiddle and and I love how the lyrics sneak up on you with each line and continuing scenes. The song, with its toe-tapping sound, fiddle and flair, catches you off guard while you shockingly realize you are being drawn deeper and deeper (symbolized by the stark forest of dead trees) into the raw, cold chill of death. You realize through the song's lyrics and vision of what he is carrying! It's the dramatic loss of love, emotion, sanity - and life. Figuratively and literally, the song's passion mirrors the intensity of the video and hypnotically takes us deep inside the mind of this man driven by madness to kill his love no matter what the consequences. This is sheer and powerful genius. Bravo, you guys! This should be a number one hit (and would even add great value to a movie score.) Spectacular! 

Sherryjane CookeNational Country Music Examiner

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