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I Left Texas a Teacher, and Came Back a Real Songwriter

by: Kimberley Lewis I can sum up my review of the Red River Songwriter’s Camp in three words,  “Start saving now!”  Seriously, it was a modern day Breakfast Club.  If you consider a 9:00 am to 4:00 am diverse group of eclectic songwriters with the backdrop of mountains of  inspiration in Red River, New Mexico […]

Prayers for the Rogers and Walther Families

We are in a time of deep sadness in this music community.  Very soon after Zack Walther lost his baby Lennon to a very courageous health battle, Randy Rogers’ newborn daughter Rumer has gone to be with our Lord too.  We will be donating proceeds from GF15 to the Lifting Up Lennon campaign.  Below are […]

Music’s a Garden…Dig It

Much has been made about the salad/tomato female country singer comments.  It’s a sad, brutal reality for female artists, these guys just delivered the facts coldly, directly and oddly.  The good news for fans of our kind of music is that country radio doesn’t really impact or dictate what we listen to or dig.  We […]

Flood Relief

Our state and region are under seige from Mather Nature’s wrath.  After years of widespread drought, our prayers for rain have been met with an overabundance all at once.  Lives have been lost.  Homes ripped apart.  Landscapes altered.  Those left behind need help picking up the pieces.  We’ve been trying to do a good job […]

LJT 2015 Must-Sees

Here are a few highlights we are looking forward to.  As always, this is a formidable and very comprehensive lineup that has something for every taste and fan.  There are country acts, rock acts, folk acts, legendary acts and new acts.  Sometimes back to back.  The list below is far from comprehensive, it just includes […]