Texas Music Scene Blog


By JT Last year at the LJT Acoustic Stage I saw Lloyd Maines stand up and tell the crowd before every set, “everyone is here to see and hear good music; please don’t stand up, yell loudly, get in the way or disrespect the people on stage or the people in the audience, or I will ask you to leave.” I know that not every show is that kind of show, but as a music

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State Fair of Texas Music Line-Up

October 01, 2013 posted by

  One of the great things about the State Fair of Texas is the music.  Every year there is plenty of great music to chose from.  For example, if you happen to find your way to the Chevy area of the fair, you’ll be treated to a lineup of artists and picked by The Texas Music Scene!  So go find our Chevy friends, and enjoy ’round the clock Texas Music, and test drive a new

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Tommy Alverson’s Family Gathering Oct 3-5

September 29, 2013 posted by

Tommy Alverson’s Family Gathering willset up camp on Hog Mountain in Mineral Wells from Thursday, Oct. 3, through Saturday night, Oct. 5.   This year the festival features 1100 Springs, Ray Wylie Hubbard, Johnny Bush, the Tejas Brothers, Deryl Dodd, Steve Helms and many others, all headlined by none other than Texas singer/songwriter Tommy Alverson. Gates will open at 8 a.m. each day with music from 2 p.m. to midnight. According to a press release, the

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Reckless Kelly may be known as a Texas band, but these musical veterans have roots far and wide. Led by brothers Willy (lead singer) and Cody Braun, Reckless Kelly was first established in Bend, Oregon. The band relocated to Austin in 1996, where its live shows made a legend out of Lucy’s Retired Surfer Bar on Monday nights. Playing a brand of roots rock that leans heavy to the rock side of the equation, the

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Weekend Roundup

September 26, 2013 posted by

By JT Each week we will feature various shows across the area and throughout the country from some of our favorite bands.  Check back with us every Thursday for a few shows of the week, including the Dream Show and a pick for Band to Watch (a band you may not have heard of that you should be) The Dirty River Boys – Cain’s Ballroom, Tulsa.  Fri. Sep. 27th (with John Moreland and The Roosevelts)

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