Posts Tagged ‘Texas music’

Iconic Club Owner Eddie Wilson Puts Memorabilia Collection Up for Auction

Iconic Club Owner Eddie Wilson Puts Memorabilia Collection Up for Auction

(photo: Steve Hopson) [Note from the Editor: this was supposed to be a short little news blurb. Apparently, I am incapable of that.] Legendary Austin venue owner and music promoter Eddie Wilson will be auctioning-off part of his unique collection of musical memorabilia, station KVUE-TV has reported. If you’ve ever heard that Austin is a […]

Scott H. Biram free Mp3s and Tour News

Scott H. Biram free Mp3s and Tour News

Scott H. Biram “The Dirty Old One Man Band” and high priest of the “First Church of the Ultimate Fanaticism” is back home in Texas from his Midwest tour. There will be little rest for the wicked, however, as Biram has a new album, Bad Ingredients, set for release on October 11, 2011 and a […]

An Interview with the Legendary American Troubadour: Guy Clark

An Interview with the Legendary American Troubadour: Guy Clark

On July 19, 2011, I had the distinct pleasure of interviewing a true icon in the world of songwriting, Guy Clark. Terms like troubadour, legend, and master are used all too often when referring to songwriters/musicians of far lesser caliber who do not live up to the honor. You do deserve all of those accolades […]