Jim Messina: The Right Man At The Right Time

I was having coffee recently with a buddy who’s a singer/songwriter himself and we were discussing how music movements begin from a geographic standpoint.  Liverpool brought about the British invasion, Greenwich Village in NYC gave birth to the Folk music…

JD Souther: Musician, Actor, Living Legend

History has shown time and again that one person can influence their generation.  But what if that same person not only influences society for that one generation, but multiple ones over the course of decades?  Someone who may have the answer…

Meeting of the Daltons

Dalton Domino is an “up and coming” star in the Texas Music scene these days.  After the success of his debut album entitled ‘1806,’ released in 2015, Dalton has had the roller-coaster of ups and downs in his personal and…

Holly Tucker: A Musical Path

[sam id=”15″ name=”Homepage Billboard”] In the music business, the term “overnight success” is a misnomer that is almost ironic. Quite often musicians have toiled on their craft for years before their first taste of the stardom they seek.   For some musicians, appearing…

Wade Bowen and All His Rowdy Friends

Native son Wade Bowen will be heading back home to Waco soon with all his rowdy friends (and family) to crash Indian Springs park for a weekend of fun, music, and golf. The three day event begins on Saturday, June…

Stay A While At Midnight Motel

  The road well-traveled is full of stories.  Tales of heartbreak and love.  Unique people.  Strange places.  But sometimes it’s the road less traveled that takes you to the place where you find fulfillment for the soul.  That’s what you find…

Dan Dyer – Cowboy Evolution

The cowboys of old were true adventurers. Horsemen, good with a gun, risk-takers, with a drive to work hard. Dan Dyer is a modern day cowboy with many of the same traits of those old West cowboys. Musician, welder, builder,…

Clyde Abides

  These days, it’s hard to define what “Texas Country Music” really is.  It really began as a few singer/songwriters who shunned the trend of Nashville based record companies that were recording music for the masses.   As the revolution…

Hal Ketchum – A True Troubadour

  The word troubadour comes from Provence in southern France, where trobar means “find, invent, compose in verse.”  In Hal Ketchum’s world, that verse runs through every aspect of his life.  After his rise in the 90’s, dealing with the ups…

Dale Watson – Call Him Insane

Authentic.  Original.  Timeless.  Searching for the one correct adjective to describe Dale Watson and his music is impossible.  It’s all of the above and a lot of stuff that you know it’s not.  It’s everything you remember that it was…