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31 Dec 09 Kirtland Records Looks Back and Ahead

Texas music record label Kirtland Records looks back at a very successful 2009. Continue reading

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28 Dec 09 Pat Green Looks to the Future

Texas music star Pat Green predicts the next ten years for north Texas music. Continue reading


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28 Dec 09 Houston Arts Supporter Dies

Texas music has lost a strong arts supporter, with the death of Cynthia Woods Mitchell. Continue reading


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20 Dec 09 Holidays a Great Time to Entertain Audiences

The holidays are a wonderful time to have Texas music professionals exposed to new audience members. Continue reading


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15 Dec 09 Nashville Songwriters Meet in North Texas

Texas musicians have a new chapter of the Nashville Songwriters Association International to help them. Continue reading


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14 Dec 09 Texas Music Journal Launches Sexy New Mobile Version

Texas Music Journal recently launched a sexy new mobile version of its popular website at texasmusicjournal.com. The mobile version incorporates much of the same features and content available in the full version of the website, including upcoming events, article archives, news feed and links.

The new mobile template will automatically deploy for users viewing the website from a variety of popular mobile platforms, including:

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07 Dec 09 The Mark Monaco Band to perform at the Bluebird Cafe

(Press Release by Kyle “Scoot” Drescher for The Mark Monaco Band)

Texas songwriter/recording artist Mark Monaco has been invited to showcase his songs at the world-famous Bluebird Café in Nashville. The event is being held Tuesday December 8th at 6pm and will feature Jonathan Cain of Journey (co-wrote Don’t Stop Believin’, Faithfully, Open Arms), country artists Brian White and Michael Peterson, as well as Rick Barron. The showcase is… Continue reading


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05 Dec 09 Last Drifting Cowboy Dies

Bill Lister, an old-time Texas music professional, died Tuesday. He once played rhythm guitar with Hank Willilams. Continue reading


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03 Dec 09 El Paso To Talk Stevie Ray Tonight

Texas music icon Stevie Ray Vaughan will be the topic of tonight’s lecture series at the El Paso Museum of History. Continue reading


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01 Dec 09 NSAI Gets North Texas Chapter

North Texas music professionals will now be able to attend NSAI meetings in Allen. Continue reading


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