For the most part, I completely agree, and wouldn’t really quibble about any of these bands being included. Though I’d inclined to add Matchbox 20 to the list instead of Lana Del Rey.
Yep…Little Big Town’s enthusiastic acceptance was full of praise for our Lord and Savior. And when they asked the audience to “stand for Jesus,” well, the entire audience was up on their feet.
May we all be as fortuante to live a life as grand as Miss Kitty Wells.
Whatdaya think? Any one of those songs that shouldn’t be on the list? Think of some more deserving?
This band? This sound? At this venue? It doesn’t get any more Texas Hill country perfect than this.
Of the music I purchased that was released in 2010, these five songs are my favorites.
Those kids at PS 22 have a cooler muisc teacher than I ever had in grade school.
While thumbing through the April 2, 2009 issue of Rolling Stone magazine, I was reading about R&B songwriter and producer Terius Nash, who goes by the-Dream.
I’m not sure if this Reid’s Dry Cleaners commercial is airing anywhere other than Austin — but there is a long tradition of using Austin singers to sing commercial jingles for local companies. Reid’s latest ad is actually kind of catchy (in a super-cheesy kinda way)…but I couldn’t place the girl singing the “Take Me [...]
The amphitheater is on a nice grassy hill, with rows of grass terraced between rows of limestone walls — perfect for sitting and enjoying the show.