Jub Jammin’ to New Highlights

We got to jam with the boys from KTCK 1310 The Ticket last Friday night. George Dunham’s Jub Jam was one for the books, with Dunham and company raising $130,000 for The Senior Source. We’ve got a few highlights from the evening: The night opened with Jub Jam alumni Steve Helms, Bobby Duncan, and Michael Padgett hitting the stage alongside “the rookie” Isaac Hoskins. Our River Jam 2021 veterans, The Thieving Birds, followed up with some bluesy rock ‘n’ roll… Prophets and Outlaws followed up to add the country soul Next the home team, George Dunham’s Bird Dogs, took the

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Jub Jam Turns 10

Those of you that have followed our little website over the years know our love for Sports Radio 1310 “The Ticket.” We squeeze in Ticket references on our Twitter feed and in our articles on a regular basis to signal our allegiance to the little radio station that could. It’s part of the fun of being a P1, an all-inclusive cadre of folks who have followed a radio station that started out as an experiment that many predicted would fart and fall over. Instead, it birthed an entire genre of radio that has been copied but never duplicated. In January

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Panhandling in Cowtown

One of the many significant crimes committed by the year from hell has been the postponement of one of the most feel-good events in this scene, the debut of The Pandhandlers. The flatland super group of Josh Abbott, Cleto Cordero, John Baumann, and William Clark Green dropped their first record at the beginning of the year, about the same time the pandemic hit its stride. Touring plans were squashed, and like everything else, the record took a back seat to lock downs, toilet paper, and hand sanitizer. While mainstream country is all about radio play to move its fan base,

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Lining Out Mile 0 2021

Mile 0 Fest returns for 2021 amid a new post-Covid landscape.  The island vibe and tropical themed boutique music fest that could was doubted by many when it was first launched in 2018, and is back to prove the doubters wrong again.  This time by launching a socially-distanced, delayed-from-the-original-dates version of itself in 2021. The new dates are April 27 to May 1, 2021, and the lineup announced this morning is, quite honestly, better than many may have hoped for given the obstacles surrounding large scale musical events at this time.  Moving the dates to spring also created some hurdles

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