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31 Jan 14 Texas Music Magazine Participates in KC Event

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(The following comes from Texas Music Magazine.) We’re excited to let y’all know about a fantastic pair of events that we’re going to be participating in next month. From February 19 through February 23, Folk Alliance will be holding their International Conference at the Westin Hotel in Kansas City.Folk Alliance Founded in 1989, Folk Alliance is non-profit organization comprised of artists and music industry people, with more that 2,800 members worldwide. The annual conference attracts more than 2,000 attendees, and offers workshops,

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panel discussions, exhibitions, 200 official live performances, feature shows, and incredibly, over 300 unofficial private showcases that take place in three dedicated floors of hotel rooms from 10pm – 4am each night. Texas Music will be exhibiting in conference center, and will be hosting a private showcase suite featuring more than 20 Texas-based artists. This year’s keynote speaker will be Graham Nash. For the first time, The Folk Alliance

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Winter Music Camp will be taking place during the same weekend at the adjacent Sheraton hotel. The Music Camp will allow amateur musicians to interact with incredible, world-famous professional players and songwriters through personal instruction, seminars, and jam sessions. And, Camp attendees will be eligible to attend all events of the Folk Alliance Conference next door. The Winter Camp combined with the Folk Alliance International is a very unique opportunity to see some great musicians perform, and to participate personally in the event with some of your favorite artists. We’re going to be there – we’d love to see you attend too! A list of some of the Texas artists that will be attending the conference this year: Sam Baker (Austin, TX USA) Pops Bayless (Austin, TX USA) BettySoo (Austin, TX USA) Ray Bonneville (Austin, TX USA) The Carper Family (Austin, TX USA)Breting Engel (Austin, TX USA) Carrie Elkin (Austin, TX USA) Ronnie Fauss (East Dallas, TX USA) The Flyin’ A’s (Austin, TX USA) Guy Forsyth (Austin, TX USA) Michael Fracasso (Austin, TX USA) David Garza (Austin, TX USA) Eliza Gilkyson (Austin, TX USA) Frank Martin Gilligan (Houston, TX USA) William Graham & Jon Dee Graham (Austin, TX USA) David Halley (Austin, TX USA) HalleyAnna (Austin, TX USA) Emile Millar (Austin, TX USA) Hogan & Moss (Alpine, TX USA) The Hot Nut Riveters (Austin, TX USA) Jimmy LaFave (Austin , TX USA) Rebecca Loebe & The New Ordeals (Austin, TX USA) Lost and Nameless Orchestra (Austin, TX USA) Matt the Electrician (Austin, TX USA) Elizabeth McQueen (Austin, TX USA) Patrice Pike (Austin, TX USA) Bruce Robison (Austin, TX USA) Raina Rose (Austin, TX USA) Danny Schmidt (Austin, TX USA) Shinyribs (Austin, TX USA) Darden Smith (Austin, TX USA) Chip Taylor (Austin, TX USA) Owen Temple (Austin, TX USA) Reed Turner (Austin, TX USA) Redd Volkaert (Austin, TX USA) Kevin & Dustin Welch (Wimberley, TX USA) Whiskey Shivers (Austin, TX USA)

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