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  • Lone Star Brewing: Beer, Progressive Country Music, and the 'Texas Mystique' 

    Fox, Joseph R. (2017)
    In the April 1976 edition of the music magazine Hit Parade, Bruce Meyer writes about an interview he conducted with the Texas rock band ZZ Top. The group had just finished a performance before 20,000 people at Atlanta's ...
  • Delbert McClinton: One of the Fortunate Few 

    Hendricks, Diana Finlay (2015)
    Delbert McClinton, award-winning singer, songwriter, musician, and bandleader, is, as described in his song, "One of the Fortunate Few." Born in Lubbock and raised in Fort Worth, the Texas artist has risen to international ...
  • "Amarillo By Morning" The Life and Songs of Terry Stafford 

    Specht, Joe W. (2015)
    In the early months of 1964, on their inaugural tour of North America, the Beatles seemed to be everywhere: appearing on The Ed Sullivan Show, making the front cover of Newsweek, and playing for fanatical crowds at sold ...
  • The Journal of Texas Music History [2004; Issue 1] 

    Unknown author (The Center for Texas Music History, 2004)
    The Journal of Texas Music History is the first academic journal to focus on all aspects of southwestern music history.
  • The Journal of Texas Music History [2002; Issue 2] 

    Unknown author (The Center for Texas Music History, 2002)
    The Journal of Texas Music History is the first academic journal to focus on all aspects of southwestern music history.
  • The Journal of Texas Music History [2003; Issue 1] 

    Unknown author (2003)
    The Journal of Texas Music History is the first academic journal to focus on all aspects of southwestern music history.
  • The Journal of Texas Music History [2002; Issue 1] 

    Unknown author (The Center for Texas Music History, 2002)
    The Journal of Texas Music History is the first academic journal to focus on all aspects of southwestern music history.
  • Eddie Preston: Texas Trumpeter Fallen Through the Cracks 

    Oliphant, Dave (2017)
    Identifying a jazz musician's place of birth has interested me ever since my parents gave me a copy of Leonard Feather's 1962 The New Edition of The Encyclopedia of Jazz. Some thirty years later it became essential for me ...
  • Donors [2015] 

    Unknown author (2015)
    The Center for Texas Music History is a nonprofit educational program designed to help students, scholars, and the general public better understand how Texas music reflects the richly diverse ethnic and cultural heritage ...
  • Homegrown: Austin Music Posters 1967 to 1982 

    Schaefer, Alan (2015)
    The opening of the Vulcan Gas Company in 1967 marked a significant turning point in the history of music, art, and underground culture in Austin, Texas. Modeled after the psychedelic ballrooms of San Francisco, the Vulcan ...
  • Putting the "Folk" Back into Houston's Music History 

    Guthrie, Norie (2017)
    While Austin enjoys international acclaim for its live music scene, Houston has long had one of the richest and most diverse musical histories of any city in Texas. Although not always adequately recognized for its ...
  • The Journal of Texas Music History [2001; Issue 1] 

    Unknown author (The Center for Texas Music History, 2001)
    The Journal of Texas Music History is the first academic journal to focus on all aspects of southwestern music history.
  • The Journal of Texas Music History [2014] 

    Unknown author (The Center for Texas Music History, 2014)
    The Journal of Texas Music History is the first academic journal to focus on all aspects of southwestern music history.
  • The Journal of Texas Music History [2010] 

    Unknown author (The Center for Texas Music History, 2010)
    The Journal of Texas Music History is the first academic journal to focus on all aspects of southwestern music history.
  • The Journal of Texas Music History [2008] 

    Unknown author (The Center for Texas Music History, 2008)
    The Journal of Texas Music History is the first academic journal to focus on all aspects of southwestern music history.
  • Donors [2017] 

    Unknown author (2017)
    The Center for Texas Music History is a nonprofit educational program designed to help students, scholars, and the general public better understand how Texas music reflects the richly diverse ethnic and cultural heritage ...
  • Letter from the Director [2015] 

    Hartman, Gary A. (2015)
    Letter from the Director of the Center for Texas History at Texas State University, Dr. Gary Hartman.
  • Letter from the Director [2017] 

    Hartman, Gary A. (2017)
    Letter from the Director of the Center for Texas History at Texas State University, Dr. Gary Hartman.
  • The Journal of Texas Music History [2001; Issue 2] 

    Unknown author (The Center for Texas Music History, 2001)
    The Journal of Texas Music History is the first academic journal to focus on all aspects of southwestern music history.
  • The Journal of Texas Music History [2013] 

    Unknown author (The Center for Texas Music History, 2013)
    The Journal of Texas Music History is the first academic journal to focus on all aspects of southwestern music history.

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