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Speaking of Texas: Eddie World Headquarters / Eddie Wilson

Eddie Wilson, proprietor of the famous Threadgill’s restaurants in Austin, may be the only person in American history to ever…

TH Moment with Miranda Lambert

Miranda Lambert would be the first to admit her career in country music sounds like something straight out of a…

A Moment with Robert Earl Keen

One of the first things you notice about Robert Earl Keen is that he talks the way he writes. The…

TH Moment with Jerry Jeff Walker

Of all the vaunted singer-songwriters who serenaded the Lone Star State with a rock-tinged country-and-folk sound when Austin was putting…

San Antonio’s Uke Salute!

Austin may tout itself as the “Live Music Capital of the World,” but San Antonio is undeniably the “Ukulele Capital…

Live Music Austin: The Top 20

That special tone produced by vibrations racing across oak floors, encouraging toe-tapping and two-stepping. The social intimacy of seats pulled…

Lone Star Classics: Texas Symphony Orchestras

The phrase “Texas music” evokes myriad images: Stevie Ray Vaughan and Buddy Holly, Blind Lemon Jefferson and Clarence “Gatemouth” Brown,…

Lubbock Makes Music Not Fade Away

In Lubbock, music just happens—in the pickup notes floating on the ever-present wind; in the downbeats struck by the footsteps…

The Main Squeeze: Accordion Culture

Accordion: derived from the German word akkord, which means “agreement” or “harmony.” One recent October morn, as I stepped toward Maverick Plaza…

The Light Crust Doughboys

Texans of every age still belt out “Beautiful Texas,” the ’30s-vintage song written by the Light Crust Doughboys’ colorful sponsor,…
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