Eleven Hundred Springs

Formed from the remnants of Dallas rockabilly band Lone Star Trio in 1998, Eleven Hundred Springs was founded by Matt Hillyer and Steve Berg.  Their 1999 release, Live at Adair's Saloon, is one of the definitive albums of the late 90s Texas music scene   This album, along with popular Monday night performances at the famed Adair's Saloon, a honky-tonk and hamburger "joint" in the Deep Ellum section of Dallas, TX. helped make the band a fan favorite across Texas. Eleven Hundred Springs shows a commitment to the true soul of country music — what Steve Earle calls real music. While they may not look like your conventional country act, the tradition and spirit that make up true Americana is easy to see.  It's all about honesty and lack of pretense.


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  • Eleven Hundred Springs:
    That Crying Time of Night
  • Eleven Hundred Springs:
    Rock Island Line
  • Eleven Hundred Springs:
    Road Story:
    Touring in a Station Wagon
  • Eleven Hundred Springs:
    I’m An S.O.B
    (When I’m S.O.B.E.R)
  • Eleven Hundred Springs:
    This Ain’t The First Time
    (But It’s The Worst Time)”
  • Eleven Hundred Strings:
    Behind the Scenes
    Eight The Hard Way

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