Our good friend Rita Ballou takes the time to collect the wittiest, most topical and sometimes very random tweets each week from the Texas scene. Then, after she gathers them up, I steal ‘em. And that takes us to right up, to right here. Check out “This Week in Texas Music Tweets,” including a “thank you” tweet from Randy Rogers, a patriotic one from Bart Crow, and it wouldn’t be a true “T.W.I.T.M.T” without a Hayes Carll tweet from Down Under.
This may just be the hardest challenge yet. This week we’ve got a legend versus one of Texas’ brightest young stars as Pat Green and “Even the Losers” goes head to head with Kyle Park and “The Night is Young.” The decision may be a little harder this week but your job is the same, listen to both new songs and vote for your favorite.
… In their new video. Yes, the headline was misleading, I know and I apologize. Now get over it. The Randy Rogers Band have released a preview of the video for their new single “One More Sad Song,” and it looks pretty intense.
One album and two singles into a career may be a little early to go throwing around “the next best thing” but it’s not stopping me. And while there are certainly a few bands you could say that about, not many have experienced the radio play and success The Damn Quails already have. Both of their singles “Fools Gold” and “So So Long,” went Top 5 on the Texas charts. Last week the guys stopped by Radio Texas, LIVE! unannounced, but it was a welcomed surprise.
One week after Bo Phillips displaced Cody Johnson at top by scoring his first No. 1 with “Red Dirt Girl,” Cody looks to return to the top — can he pull it off? You’ll have to click through to find out.
About six weeks ago, in early July Curtis Grimes stopped by Radio Texas, LIVE! for the unofficial debut of his new single “Smile.” Unofficial because — well we weren’t exactly allowed to do it. I even had to promise not to spin it again until it was “officially” released. A promise that proved more troublesome to keep than I first imagined — I got crazy requests for it off just that one spin.
Two new, great songs for you to check out, and decide between this week. We’ve got the brand new one from the legendary Chris Knight titled “In the Mean Time” going up against one of the hottest new bands in the scene, Turnpike Troubadours called “Good Lord Lorri.”
Your mission, listen to both and vote for your favorite.
For Josh Abbott Band’s 2011 smash “Oh Tonight” JAB tapped Kacey Musgraves, Granger Smith and Granger’s wife, actress Amber Bartlett to star in the fiery, sexy video. And in true JAB fashion there were a few twists that were surprising to a few people to say the least.
Time once again to check out the Texas Regional Radio Report‘s list of the biggest songs in Texas. Could Reckless Kelly do what everyone seems to be lately having a hard time doing? Stay at No. 1 for two consecutive weeks. Or were Wade Bowen, Whiskey Myers or Cody Johnson able to knock them out of the top spot?
If you aren’t familiar with The Boot Campaign, their mission is to “raise awareness of the challenges they face when return home, and donate funds to charities that support their transition home.”
Twenty-two year old veteran Jeremy Smith received his Purple Heart when he was injured by an I.E.D (improvised explosive device) while serving in Afghanistan — and just wait till you see what the Boot Campaign did for him.
Doing 200 shows per year for more than decade has earned Kevin Fowler a reputation as one of the best live performers in Texas. Last week, Kevin Fowler stopped by Radio Texas, LIVE! where we got the exclusive scoop on everything from KevinFowler.tv to who he thinks will be the next breakout star in the Texas Music scene. He also shed some light on a few surprises he’s got in store for you with his next album.
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