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Will Time Erase Our Heroes?

A few weeks back I had a conversation that rabbit-holed into food for thought that didn’t go down well. While music has always existed throughout human history, recorded music has been around for just over a century. It’s a blip on the celestial timeline, yet we’ve seen so many fabulous artists come and go, songs […]

Watching The Ranch Wall Come Tumbling Down

by: Cody Starr Brad did an excellent job of explaining why we should trust Shayne Hollinger, Justin Frazell and the rest of The Ranch crew with our precious Texas/Red Dirt Music lives. As a regular Ranch listener who lives in DFW, I’m usually lurking on The Ranch “Wall” (the station’s online chat room) during the […]

Bingham Bob’s

by Cody Starr I’ve been backlogged with life lately but got to see Ryan Bingham earlier this month as he played back to back nights at Billy Bob’s. I don’t have any mind blowing revelations, I just wanted to share some images and video from that night. Everyone knows that Bingham is top shelf and […]

Are We To Judge?

by: Cody Starr Brad turned me on to the Galleywinter seeded podcast, The Co-Write with Bobby Duncan and Donovan Dodd, (shout out, check it out https://thecowrite.wordpress.com/) and I’ve been binge listening to last year’s episodes. Last summer there were a couple of times the guys posed the question as to whether or not we could “judge” […]

A Troubadour’s Prayer Answered

by: Cody Starr Dan Johnson’s latest single off his self titled album Dan Johnson and the Salt Cedar Rebels turned from prayer of desperation into a dream come true. Most people trying to make it in this scene can relate heavily with “Troubadour’s Prayer.”  It’s a song about hopelessness and self-doubt that surrounds a struggling […]