Our good friend Wade Bowen and his Classic aren’t the only golf game in town, or the state, as it were. Some folks in Gatesville have rounded up quite the cool line-up for a golf tournament fundraiser in a couple weeks. April 11-12. A concert featuring some really cool acts such as full band performances from Adam Hood, Jason Eady and Thieving Birds will be alongside some acoustic performances from acts you don’t get to see very often anymore: Ryan Turner, Ryan James and Clayton Landua formerly of 6 Market Blvd. The opportunity to raise some money for a good cause AND see some guys jam some tunes that you don’t get to see much anymore is too cool to pass up. We hope to see you in Gatesville on April 11-12.
Want to have the ultimate LJT Texas Music Fest experience?
Of course you do, and for the 5th straight year, Galleywinter brings you the opportunity to win the Ultimate LJT Giveaway!
WHAT YOU COULD WIN:
Grand prize includes:
-1 pair of 4-day festival tickets!
-Special meet ‘n greet tour with Larry Joe Taylor and other artists!
-Private campsite concert featuring Bart Crow, No Dry County, Austin Meade and some surprise guests!
Runners up will receive 3 day and 2 day passes!
HOW TO ENTER:
Follow these three simple steps!
2. Leave a comment on this article with your name, your hometown and how many years you’ve attended LJT? (ie. John Doe. Dallas, TX. 4).
3. Tag us, @galleywinterlive on Instagram with an LJT related pic. Can be from previous years, something you’re bringing this year or of your favorite artist playing. Open to your creativity!
The contest runs from March 9 to March 31 at 5PM CST.
Winners will be chosen by random drawing and notified/announced on April 1st.
*Prize does NOT include campsite reservations and winners are responsible for securing their own camping spots.
**If a winner is found to be ineligible for any reason (such as not following Galleywinter on Twitter or not RSVP’d to the Facebook event) winners will be redrawn.… Keep Reading
It’s that time again. The festival of the summer. The music family reunion. Meet up. Turn up. Greenfest 15. #gf15
WHEN: Sat July 18 & Sun July 19, 2015
WHERE: River Road Icehouse & Lone Star Float House. New Braunfels, TX
Saturday will be full bands rocking. Sunday will be some acoustic healing. Ticket info and full line-up coming soon!
Saturday July 18: Stewart Mann & Statesboro Revue, K Phillips, Zac Wilkerson,
special sidestage band performance from Court Nance featuring Nate Rodriguez
Sunday July 19: Drew Kennedy, Josh Grider, Owen Temple, Haley Cole, Erick Willis, Kylie Rae Harris, Larry Hooper, Chris King, Brant Croucher, John Baumann, Dan Adams, Kayla Ray and John Dempsy
MORE ON THE WAY!
In light of the passionate online response to the Dallas Observer’s “50 Best Texas Country/Red Dirt Songs of All Time”, we put modern online democracy in action and let you speak your mind. We set out to gather up your 50 “best”. Using whatever metric you decided was most appropriate. Popularity, influence, favorite, longevity, style, importance etc. You responded in a big way via Facebook, Twitter, IG, Reddit, email, carrier pigeon and smoke signal. We cobbled all of YOUR responses together and put them in popular order. The results are below. Is it perfect? No. Is it a more “legitimate” (term we used probably a little harshly) than the Observer list? Probably. But the cross section that voted in this unscientific poll still don’t represent all tastes. We could do it again next week and get a different 50. Speaks to the quality of songs over the years.
Will people still be upset? Definitely.
1. Robert Earl Keen – “The Road Goes On Forever”
2. Charlie Robison – “My Hometown”
3. Pat Green – “Carry On”
4. Cory Morrow – “Nashville Blues
5. Pat Green/Walt Wilkins – “Songs About Texas”
6. Jason Boland and the Stragglers – “Somewhere Down in Texas”
7. Cross Canadian Ragweed – “17”
8. Turnpike Troubadours – “Every Girl”
9. Ray Wylie Hubbard – “Snake Farm”
10. Jack Ingram – “Biloxi”
11. Randy Rogers Band – “This Time Around”
12. Bart Crow – “Wear My Ring”
13. Brandon Jenkins/Stoney LaRue – “Feet Don’t Touch the … Keep Reading
Anytime a “best of” list is compiled, there will be much criticism. Today the Dallas Observer published a list we termed “interesting” on social media. Interesting due to some glaring omissions and strange inclusions. An extremely impassioned response broke out on our Facebook page decrying the list. This motivated us to undergo a remix.
So…we’d love to hear your top 5 (not 50 unless you feel inclined) best Texas/Red Dirt songs “of all time” using whatever metric you determine. We’ll compile the results of this informal poll into what is hopefully a more legitimate representation of “best”. Hit us with your TAKES below!… Keep Reading