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Own a Piece of Texas Music Heritage, Schroeder Hall is for Sale
The venue dates back to the 1890’s, Schroeder Hall, and is the second-oldest dance hall in Texas. It's a place where many famous country singers cut their teeth including: Willie Nelson, Merle Haggard, George Jones, Ronnie Milsap, Roy Clark, Oak Ridge Boys, Charlie Daniels Band,…
Song Writing Advice from Robert Earl Keen
Robert Earl Keen is unequivocally, and without a single doubt one of the best entertainers of our time. His songs are stories, his stories are real, and they both just seem so effortless. At the 20th Annual Key West Songwriters Festival Keen offered up advice on how you can write a song. Pencil and …
Robert Earl Keen + Lyle Lovett Grace The Cover Of Texas Monthly
The July 2015 issue of Texas Monthly Magazine hits newsstands Monday, with two very talented Texans on the front cover - Robert Earl Keen and Lyle Lovett. This month's cover story is dedicated to "secrets behind some of your favorite Texas songs," and includes the back story o…
New Robert Earl Keen Music Featuring Dixie Chick Natalie Maines
Say what you want (Lord knows Natalie Maines does), but the Dixie Chicks are one of the best bands of-all-time; and may be the best female band ever. Country or not. And everyone loves 'em some Robert Earl Keen. Today the Wall Street Journal posted a new duet from former Dixie Chick, Natalie Ma…
Curtis Grimes Covers Robert Earl Keen… err Terry Allen
Post by Curtis Grimes.
To remind fans he's heading to Amarillo for a concert, this morning Curtis Grimes posted a video singin' the Terry Allen song "Amarillo Highway." It's a song, you may recall, Robert Earl Keen amped up, on his No. 2 Live Dinner.
The Best 15 Texas Country Songs from the Past 15 Years [VIDEO]
Trying to rank Red Dirt and Texas songs is something I've always wanted to do, but could never (in good conscience) take on. I honestly wouldn't want to deal with the hardcore blowback from all y'all ravenous fans.
Luckily, Kelly Dearmore from the Dallas Observer wasn't quite as w…

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