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Also Robert Earl Keen, Beyoncé, Rabbit Bundrick, Slim Thug and a bunch more
Some giants of country, blues and early rock 'n roll are from Southeast Texas:
J.P. "The Big Bopper" Richardson
Nah, that's Corpus Christi. Selena was born in Lake Jackson, but I think everyone considers her from Corpus.
There are dozens of famous musicians from Lubbock.
You left out Bill Hamm and the Abbott brothers, Dime and Vinnie
Reading a column by Rik Emmett about different approaches to holding the pick. I changed to one thumb, two fingers and it made all the difference...
Hell, you can buy half a dozen Tigers from Joe for that price!
Er, I mean, before he went to prison and all.
Including my wife's guitars:
'84 Kramer Striker
'86 Charvel Model 2
'80's Charvel partscaster
'80's Fender Stratocaster MIJ
'96 Fender American...
Yep, that definitely ruins the song.
Class of '88 here. There was also Friday Night Videos on NBC. I used to sit in my room with my guitar, flipping back and forth between these...
Me too. Every Line 6 product I've ever used sh*t the bed. The Shure unit is rock solid and it's a pretty accurate tuner as well. I've been...
Trivia: What famous 50's rock star wrote George Jones' first hit record?
They were a great band but I agree with my fellow Texan, 27sauce, it's hard to sustain long-term success if you're not playing the Nashville game....
One of the features of great art is that it is open to interpretation. My takeaway from the dancing was more along the lines of "who says you...
George Strait originally cut that song for the soundtrack to his movie, Pure Country.
Dang, that was 28 years ago.
I'm getting old.
The entire album is outstanding.
Call me cynical but it's show BUSINESS.
Every tour is a money grab.
Nobody is going on tour solely because it "means something to them" to play...
It's funny to read this old post in this old thread.
For some reason, in the past couple of years, I finally connected with Rush's music in a...
haha, I know what you mean. I've jammed with the same drummer in 2 different projects, covers and original, for 15 years and let's just say the...
I've never done a gig with backing tracks or a click.
Regardless of price, I'd rather own one great instrument than several mediocre ones.
I was raised on 70's country and I loved Kenny's songs. He was a Houston boy so we always took extra pride in his success.
What a voice.