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Lovin’ Me Some Vinyl!

October 18, 2013 posted by

Not so long ago, I was moving out of my studio downtown and came across some vinyl that I had been neglecting.  In fact, the needle on my record player had long been destroyed by apparently giving rides to action figures when certain people (who shall remain nameless) got out of school early and ended up using my studio as a playground.  But I digress… The point is, I was overcome by a longing to

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Good Day Y’all

October 17, 2013 posted by

Article by Trey Chapman Today I’m going to write about a man that by all rights is a POWERHOUSE in the Texas music scene, a legend in the radio business, a self proclaimed TEXAS RANGERS promoting machine, a dedicated father and husband — and that’s just in the first 4 hours of his day. He’s one of those men that acts like he’s a normal part of the Texas public — but he’s done more

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Wade Bowen returns to Blue Light for 15th anniversary Wade Bowen and Blue Light both basically grew up together on the Texas music/ Okie Red Dirt scene Posted: October 10, 2013 – 4:44pm  |  Updated: October 11, 2013 – 12:02am By ERIC WOODS FOR A-J MEDIA They both basically grew up together on the Texas music/ Okie Red Dirt scene. By both, that would be Texas singer/songwriter Wade Bowen and one of Lubbock’s most popular venues, the Blue Light. For

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Pat Green may not be Willie Nelson, but few musicians have been as identifiable with Texas country in the last 20 years as Pat F-ing Green — from his independent label days as the figurehead of the late ’90s Texas music wave to chart-topping major label releases in the 2000s. He just finished recording a new album, Home,…  continued here – http://dallas.culturemap.com/news/entertainment/10-10-13-texas-music-scene-pat-green-rustic/  

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