Texas Music Scene Blog


There are some pretty great things happening in Justin, Texas this weekend. Ray Wylie Hubbard and Charlie Shafter are playing at the Mule Barn Sports Bar & Grill Saturday night, and the combination of these artists has earned the title of this week’s Roadtrip Show of the Week. The Mule Barn, just three miles north of the Texas Motor Speedway, offers an intimate setting for great live music along with a full restaurant and bar.

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In 2011, wildfires tore through Palo Pinto and Young counties, destroying over 1,500,000 acres and 300 homes. Naturally, a few good people banded together to raise funds for the relief effort, bringing you this week’s Roadtrip Show of the Week. This weekend, head on out to Graford, Texas for the 2014 Buckets & Boots benefit concert to catch some great live music supporting a fantastic cause. Proceeds from the event benefit the brave men and

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I’m notorious for getting in my truck with an intended destination, only to wind up either A) forgetting where I was going in the first place or B) taking the long way around town to get there. I blame these guys (and gals). This is a list of ten of my favorite songs to completely zone out to (in no particular order): 1: “Medicine Man” –Charlie Shafter Band Charlie and his band tore my heart

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Grab your sunscreen and fishing pole, because we’re headed out to Fulton, Texas for this week’s Roadtrip Show of the Week! The Turnpike Troubadours are teaming up with Jason Boland and the Stragglers, Cory Morrow, Bri Bagwell, and the Brandon Key Band to bring you great music to help out a great cause. The Texas Game Warden Association provides funding that takes Texas youth outdoors to enjoy what Mother Nature has to offer through fishing

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From The Intern

June 09, 2014 posted by

Keep The Wolves Away I was lucky to have been raised by parents who installed in me a strong appreciation and respect for music of substance. I remember anxiously awaiting my father’s arrival home from work the day I mastered Neil Young’s “Like a Hurricane” on our old upright piano. Summer evenings consisted of sitting under the kitchen table with my older sister singing every word to Tom Petty’s “Free Falling” and Pink Floyd’s “Money”

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