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{Texas Treasures} Slaid Cleaves-Broke Down

Slaid Cleaves is an Austin based by way of Washington DC and Maine singer/songwriter who released one of the best records of the past twenty years.  That record is Broke Down.  Released in 2000 on the heels of Cleaves’ debut No Angel Knows and at the height of the Pat and Cory phenomenon, Broke Down […]

{Texas Treasures} Phil Pritchett-Phil Comes Alive

The live show is the most crucial element of the Texas/Red Dirt scene.  It is a showcase for the songs that artists have created and a communal scene for fans  to get together and enjoy themselves.  In the mid to late 90’s when the Texas Music renaissance was ignited, Robert Earl Keen provided the blueprint […]

{Texas Treasures} Jack Ingram – Hey You

Jack Ingram’s music has taken him far beyond the confines of the dingy Dallas honky-tonk Adair’s where he cut his teeth. He has become a national touring act and Adair’s is now a Dallas landmark. After making some noise with several independent releases and one studio album in the mid to late 90’s, it was […]

{Texas Treasures} Dub Miller – American Troubadour

Dub Miller is about as Texan as they come. A former student and corps member at Texas A&M, Dub has entertained many a career path around his musicianship. He’s done everything from working on ranches, on farms, around oil rigs, in John Dickson’s production office and even attended law school for a while. Yet, it […]