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
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The biggest news of the week… at least in WDVX’s corner of the world… was the announcement late Friday afternoon that Tony Lawson will be leaving WDVX at the end of this month to program a new radio station and media center in Bristol… 1,110 more words
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
OUT THIS WEEK
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
The Workman’s Club have given us two tickets to see Carrie Rodriguez, singer/songwriter/instrumentalist from Austin, Texas, for Wednesday, November 12th, doors 8 pm.
To be in with a chance of winning the tickets, just answer this simple question: 119 more words