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Jub Jam 2024

Those of you that have followed our little website over the years know our love for Sports Radio 1310 “The Ticket.” We squeeze in Ticket references on our Twitter feed and in our articles on a regular basis to signal our allegiance to the little radio station that could. It’s part of the fun of being a P1, an all-inclusive cadre of folks who have followed a radio station that started out as an experiment that many predicted would fart and fall over. Instead, it birthed an entire genre of radio that has been copied but never duplicated. The Ticket turned 30 this year, with the Marconi award winning broadcasting as strong as ever.


We’ve been fortunate enough to find a fan and supporter in George Dunham, long time morning drive time host and fellow lover of Texas and Red Dirt music. Over a decade ago, after experiencing the challenges of caring for aging parents and inspired by the nonprofit work of Josh Weathers, Dunham found a mission for his fledgling Red Dirt band, The Bird Dogs. He and his bandmates reached out to the few music connections he had in the scene to put on a charity event known as “Jub Jam.” Its purpose was to raise money for The Senior Source, a charity who assists senior citizens in need of a little extra help.

During it’s inaugural year, George goaded his close friends into buying tickets for his event. But the begging for charity didn’t last long, because Texans will flock to good music and the P1 never lets its beloved station down. With each passing year, Jub Jam has garnered bigger attendance, talent, and donations. Wade Bowen, Flatland Cavalry, Cody Jinks, Jack Ingram and the OG himself, Pat Green have all graced the Jub Jam stage. There’s also perennial participation from top notch, local talent in the form of the glue of Jub Jam and Galleywinter's own Bobby Duncan.


Green returns to headline the star-studded event this year alongside songwriting phenom Gabe Lee at the historic Longhorn Ballroom in downtown Dallas. It's one of those hallmarks of our music scene. Benefits dot the calendar all year long, but Jub Jam stands on a level with the events Mattson Rainer puts on in New Braunfels, Wade Bowen's Waco efforts and William Clark Green's CottonFest among others. It's a good time for a good cause. Stay tuned to our social channels on Friday for much more from Jub Jam and info on how to donate to the cause, bid on unique auction items and of course jam the night away.


A handful of Jub Jam 2024 tickets are still available: CLICK HERE.

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