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A Tex-Mex Triumph

Vocalist and violinist Carrie Rodriguez, who made a series of wonderful albums with folk singer/songwriter Chip Taylor, has been recording on her own for a decade now with increasingly impressive results. 230 more words

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NPR's Wits Behind the Scenes and The Comedic Genius of Fred Willard

I did a taping of the NPR show Wits last night, playing bass with Shinyribs.  The other guests on the show were Carrie Rodriguez and legendary comedian Fred Willard.   440 more words


Mad Music Presents First Ever Thoroughbred Music Festival

Aiken, SC–<April 25, 2015> —Eleven bands from the southeastern United States will come together on June 27th and 28th at the Stable View equestrian center to perform for charity in a music show that producers hope will become an annual event.  484 more words


Chip Taylor and Carrie Rodriguez

While their significant individual accomplishments are also profiled here, Chip Taylor and Carrie Rodriguez collaborated for several magical albums in the 2000’s. Their respective performing talents meshed strangely but perfectly, Taylor’s weary wisdom brightened by Rodriguez’ piercing desire and punctuated by her flawless fiddle. 114 more words


Asleep At The Wheel. Still The King. Proper Records

Celebrating The Music of Bob Wills & His Texas Playboys runs the banner under the album title and aside from that there’s precious little to say about this fabulous album; if you’re a fan of… 601 more words


On The Record: Asleep at the Wheel, Cherubs


Asleep at the Wheel, “Still the King: Celebrating the Music of Bob Wills and His Texas Playboys” (Bismeaux). In the liner notes, Wheel leader Ray Benson calls this “the third in a trilogy” for the band, following two Bob Wills tribute albums in the 1990s (along with a Wills-themed theatrical production last decade). 501 more words

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