Music Premiere: Cody Canada and The Departed – “If You Want It That Much”

It’s still early, but 2022 has already landed some whoppers on the music news front. We’ve got a Turnpike reunion tour that’s generating two kinds of frenzy…those that can get tickets and those that can’t. The Robert Earl Keen farewell tour that we just learned about will undoubtedly do the same. Whether or not you’re one of the lucky to snag a ticket to one or both shows, you’re going to be part of the fun. We at Galleywinter remain hopeful that this two-year time warp is finally untangling itself and the party will pick back up like it’s 2019.

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Music Premiere: Curtis Grimes – “River Road Dream”

Seeing as it is River Jam week, we thought it would be good to slide in a little river themed music premiere for all of you. On Friday, Curtis Grimes is finally releasing his long awaited self-titled record. Most of the album is already out there in the form of singles, including our featured track “River Road Dream.” You may have heard it as it’s already in the hunt on some of the Texas regional radio charts. A feel good love song, “River Road Dream” is a Texas spin on the American Dream. A young couple saving their pennies to

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Music Premiere: Prophets and Outlaws – “Little Bit of Love”

We’ve got some feel good for you this Friday to keep you warm on what looks to be a historically cold (and snowy) weekend in Texas… Those suited up, soul shopping gents from Big D, better known as Prophets and Outlaws, dropped a new single and video with a little bit of help from friends George Dunham and the OG himself, Pat Green. According to lead man Matt Boggs, “Little Bit of Love” was conceived when Pat Green called his buddy George with the hook…from the golf course. The P&O boys and PG share a common friendship through Dunham, the

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Music Premiere: Saints Eleven – “This Town”

Heralding from Dallas, the boys from Saints Eleven have been gaining steam, roping in the 2019 Texas Country Music Association award for “Country Band of The Year.” There’s definitely a lot of country in the Saints Eleven sound, but there is also a hell of a lot of rock ‘n’ roll. A short listen and you’ll hear those classic rock roots punch through the steel and the twang of Jeff Grossman’s vocals. Shoot’em straight truth telling and country motifs are juxtaposed with loud and fiery guitar riffs, all melding together for radio friendly sound that translates well to their live

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Music Premiere: Austin Meade – “Happier Alone”

Austin Meade continues to impress the hell out of us. In a scene where artists fight for space in order to stand out, Meade is creating his own running lane. While embedded in the musical aura of the Hill Country, working alongside his compadres at the Canada’s School of Rock franchise in New Braunfels, Meade’s brand of rock ‘n’ roll is peerless in the scene. Gritty tones, catchy guitar riffs, and lyrics to melt a stoner’s mind, his songwriting emotes sensitivity but with an edge sharp enough to cut everything in its path. It’s retro, yet fresh at the same

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