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The six restaurants participating in the " TASTE OF TEXAS " Route 66 Festival on 6th Avenue were

Cowboy Gelato, Dolly's Diner, Golden Light Cafe, Smokey Joe's, Wild Bill's Fill'n Station,
The 806, and Moe Dogs Grill.
The Road Crew performing at the 2011 Route 66 Festival !

Texas Crossroads Band:

The Texas Crossroads Band from opened with some Texas Two Steppin' at the Nat Ballroom, Friday evening at 9pm. They are based out of Shamrock, Texas on Route 66, and play all over the Texas Panhandle. The band has been performing since 2001, and their music style is country with some old Rock 'N Roll thrown in.

The Road Crew:
Took over for the Sock Hop at 10 pm. with tunes from Chuck Berry, Buddy Holly, Rick Nelson, Elvis and "Songs From The Mother Road". The official release of "Rock-A-Billy Road" featuring the festival song "The Road To Amarillo" will be introduced as well. Web sales for their CDs are $13.95, but there will was a special festival price of just $12 each. According to Joe Loesch, "We'll create a video after the event to the festival theme song "The Road To Amarillo" which will include photos and videos from the Roadies."
The Road Crew played again Saturday afternoon on Sixth Avenue.

At the Awards Banquet, The Road Crew won the "Bobby Troupe" award for it's Route 66 performances.

RT 66 FUN DAY CAR SHOW, Saturday, June 11, 2011, 10am to 4pm
Sponsored by the Texas Panhandle Mustang Club, the 6th Street Route 66 Association
& Old Route 66 Association of Texas, 6th Street in Amarillo, Texas
The 2011 International Route 66 Festival Bike Show, Saturday June 11, 2011 10 am to 3 pm

Photos by Ron Hart (optimized for faster loading)
Bands, 6th. Avenue Car & CycleShow and More!