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The Journal of Texas Music History is the first academic journal to focus on all aspects of southwestern music history, first published in 2001 and now with subscribers from around the world. The journal is published by the Texas State University Center for Texas Music History

Official Journal Site: Journal of Texas Music History

Recent Submissions

  • Jack Ingram and the Roots of the Texas Country Scene 

    Kelly, Rich (The Center for Texas Music History, 2019)
    In May of 2016 Guy Clark, a songwriting giant in both his native Texas and his adopted Nashville, passed away. A week later, a bus of Clark’s Tennessee friends delivered their mentor’s cremated remains to fellow artist ...
  • Music and Oil in Beaumont: A History of the Magnolia Petroleum Band 

    Proksch, Bryan (The Center for Texas Music History, 2019)
    The 1920s were a turbulent time for bands in the United States. The ensembles dominated American popular music from the late nineteenth century through World War I, more or less coinciding with the famed careers of ...
  • Donors [2019] 

    Unknown author (The Center for Texas Music History, 2019)
    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 ...
  • The Journal of Texas Music History [2019] 

    Unknown author (The Center for Texas Music History, 2019)

    The Journal of Texas Music History is the first academic journal to focus on all aspects of southwestern music history.

    Table of Contents

    • Letter from the Director (2)
    • Donors ...
  • Letter from the Director [2019] 

    Mellard, Jason Dean (The Center for Texas Music History, 2019)
    Letter from the Director of the Center for Texas Music History at Texas State University, Dr. Jason Mellard.
  • Reviews [2019] 

    Hendricks, Diana Finlay (The Center for Texas Music History, 2019)
    Review of "Radio Dreams: The Story of an Outlaw DJ and a Cosmic Cowgirl" by Joe Gracey and Kimmie Rhodes (Austin: Dancing Feet Publishing, 2018).
  • Charlie Sexton: Too Many Ways to Fall 

    Crouch, Jason (The Center for Texas Music History, 2019)
    Charlie Sexton’s story reads like the quintessential Texas music fable: raw talent and sheer determination tempered by frustration and missed opportunities, much of it lived in the public eye. Sexton’s career began as ...
  • Reviews [2018] 

    Riddle, Kelsey; Peoples, Curtis L. (The Center for Texas Music History, 2018)
    Review of "Armadillo World Headquarters: A Memoir," by Eddie Wilson with Jesse Sublett, and "Delbert McClinton: One of the Fortunate Few," by Diana Finlay Hendricks.
  • Religion, Freedom, and Prosperity in Oklahoma Country Music 

    Wenzel, Nikolai G. (The Center for Texas Music History, 2018)
    No abstract prepared.
  • Contributors [2018] 

    Unknown author (The Center for Texas Music History, 2018)
    The Journal of Texas Music History is the first academic journal to focus on all aspects of southwestern music history. This document lists the contributors to this issue of the journal.
  • Donors [2002 : Issue 2] 

    Unknown author (The Center for Texas Music History, 2002)
    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 ...
  • The Journal of Texas Music History [2011] 

    Unknown author (The Center for Texas Music History, 2011)

    The Journal of Texas Music History is the first academic journal to focus on all aspects of southwestern music history.

    Table of Contents

    • Letter from the Director (2)
    • Donors ...
  • Donors [2013] 

    Unknown author (The Center for Texas Music History, 2013)
    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 [2018] 

    Hartman, Gary A. (The Center for Texas Music History, 2018)
    Letter from the Director of the Center for Texas Music History at Texas State University, Dr. Gary Hartman.
  • Donors [2018] 

    Unknown author (The Center for Texas Music History, 2018)
    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 ...
  • The Journal of Texas Music History [2018] 

    Unknown author (The Center for Texas Music History, 2018)

    The Journal of Texas Music History is the first academic journal to focus on all aspects of southwestern music history.

    Table of Contents

    • Letter from the Director (2)
    • Donors ...
  • 'Far Out in Texas': Countercultural Sound and the Construction of Cultural Heritage in the Capital City 

    Ruch, Jennifer E. (The Center for Texas Music History, 2018)
    This article is intended to highlight the ways in which collective public memory of 1960s-1970s counterculture forged contemporary applications of cultural heritage both in fact and in myth. Specifically, it explores the ...
  • Contributors [2015] 

    Unknown author (The Center for Texas Music History, 2015)
    The Journal of Texas Music History is the first academic journal to focus on all aspects of southwestern music history. This document lists the contributors to this issue of the journal.
  • Contributors [2017] 

    Unknown author (The Center for Texas Music History, 2017)
    The Journal of Texas Music History is the first academic journal to focus on all aspects of southwestern music history. This document lists the contributors to this issue of the journal.
  • Cosmic Cowboys, Thunderbirds, and Punks: From Austin Countercultures to the 'Live Music Capital of the World' 

    Watson, Jonathan (The Center for Texas Music History, 2016)
    The complex musical traditions of the American Southwest reflect the vastly diverse ethnic cultures long present throughout the region. For hundreds of years, the Southwest has been a cultural crossroads for Native Americans, ...

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