Two-time Grammy winner, Kacey Musgraves and the legendary, Dale Watson's Austin City Limits episode re-airs tonight on KERA at 10 p.m., in Tyler/Longview. If you can't find it, or just would like to watch it right now -- then this is for you
I love Jeff Allen music -- from rowdy songs like "She Drives me to Drink," to more thoughtful ones like, "A Little Less Lonely." And it's been far too long since we've gotten new music from the Canton, TX native
This week Cody Johnson and his Rockin' CJB look to hold-on tight to the No.1 spot -- for the third consecutive week. A feat not accomplished in the volatile world of Texas radio. To do it he'll have to figure out a way to fend off William Clark Green, Curtis Grimes, and Casey Donahew. Can he do it? Let’s find out.
Last week Brian Keane stopped by the big show. His new album, "Coming Home," is out now -- and it's good, y'all. While he was here, Keane offered a lil insight to the songs on the new album, then he gave us an exclusive first listen to a few tracks.
Once again, Budweiser is selling the sizzle, not the beer. Similar to last year's "Brotherhood" commercial, or it's 2014 follow up, "Puppy Love," the Budweiser marketing team is relying on pulling at your heart strings and well, that's it. And they're succeeding at it.
She's not awkward -- she was being attacked. Taylor Swift, who was nominated for multiple awards at the 56th Annual Grammys, seemed to be experiencing some-sort-of uncontrollable neck convulsions during her performance of "All to Well
Due to health issues, Jason Boland's brother-in-law, Charles Whited, is going through a difficult time. To help out his brother, Boland, has teamed up with a few friends to raise money by selling a special guitar, "The Fish Guitar."
After two weeks at No.1 Josh Grider's "Smallest Town on Earth" slips to No.4, opening the door for any of 'em, William Clark Green, Granger Smith, Cody Johnson or Casey Donahew to land the biggest song of the week
The first time I met Jarrod Birmingham I was introduced by Jason Boland. If you're good enough for Boland you're good enough for me. Birmingham's new video for "December Gone" hit the internet this week, and it's a good'n.
Last week Josh Grider's "Smallest Town on Earth" became the very first No.1 song in Texas for 2014. This week he looks to still be the only person with a No.1 single in the new year. Can he hold off William Clark Green, Granger Smith and Casey Donahew? Who lands the top spot in Texas? Let’s find out.
The new year will see Whiskey Myers release their third studio album, and first since 2011. "Firewater," their most recent project was a Southern Rock at it's core -- and the task of following it up will be tough.
Granger Smith may be the busiest man in Texas, well he and his band. On top of his wife giving birth to their second child, Lincoln, last week he and the guys have not only been touring non-stop, they've been documenting it every step of the way.
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