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Shelley King crowned
On April 19, Austin-based
singer-songwriter Shelley
King will make history by
becoming the first woman
to serve as the official
Texas State Musician.
She’ll celebrate her
appointment for 2008 at
Shelley King
a VIP reception on April
16. King joins Lone Star luminaries Dale
Watson, Billy Joe Shaver, Johnny Gimble,
Ray Benson and James Dick in holding the
honor. She will be presented with a limitedrun Gibson Acoustic Elvis King of Rock guitar to commemorate her appointment.
“I can’t even express what an honor it is to
be the State Musician of Texas,” says King. “I
am doubly honored because I am the first
woman to receive the appointment. With so
many amazing Texas women musicians
whom I greatly respect and admire, I feel
really humbled and privileged to be the first
of, I am sure, many. It’s very exciting, and I am
looking forward to all the opportunities to
represent the state of Texas with my music.”
King will spend her term touring the
world promoting Texas music. Her first
appearance as Texas State Musician will be
at the Lubbock Arts Festival on Thursday
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and Friday, April 17 and 18, at Lubbock’s
Memorial Civic Center, at which she will perform four concerts for 2,000 local schoolchildren. King plans to tour Europe, Japan
and Australia during her reign.
King has won Austin Music Awards for
Roots Rock Band of the Year (2005) and
Song of the Year for “Call of My Heart”
(2001). Her songs have been covered by
nationally and internationally known artists
such as the duo of Nancy Sinatra and Lee
Hazelwood, and Toni Price.
King’s post is one of four arts appointments made by the Texas Commission on
the Arts, which also designates a state poet
laureate and artists for two-dimensional and
three-dimensional media. The committee
consists of seven members appointed by the
governor, lieutenant governor and house
speaker.
Headliners include Ray Wylie Hubbard, Eliza
Gilkyson and Terry Allen. For more info, visit
www.stingareemusicfestival.com.
“Nash” Hernandez, McKinley “Kenny”
Dorham, Roy Montelongo and Tary Owens.
Long time coming
Willie Nelson is bringing Independence Day
— or his picnic, at least — back home to the
Lone Star State for 2008. This year’s
Fourth of July celebration will take place in
Selma at the Verizon Wireless
Amphitheater just north of San Antonio.
Austin finally got its own
musicians hall of fame with
the dedication of the Austin
Music Memorial March 30
at the brand new Long
Center for the Performing
Arts. The late greats inaugurated into the hall were
saluted by some of Austin’s Ray Benson, Shandon Sahm
finest, including Ray Benson, Joel Guzman,
Marcia Ball, Cindy Cashdollar, Rosie Flores,
Maryann Price and Shandon Sahm. The inaugural group of inductees are: Doug Sahm,
Carl William Besserer, Roosevelt “Grey Ghost”
Williams, Virgie Mae DeWitty, the Rev. Lavada
“Dr. Hepcat” Durst, Americo Paredes, Ignacio
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Just as his major-label debut, Trouble in
Mind, hits the streets, Hayes Carll is also
busy putting together a three-day music
festival. The second annual Stingaree Music
festival, which Carll co-founded last year
with his manager, is a tribute to singersongwriters. It takes place April 18-20 at
Crystal Beach on the Texas Gulf Coast.
LY N N E M A R G O L I S
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Willie’s Picnic comes home
Lone Stars jam against cancer
Kevin Fowler, Cross Canadian Ragweed, the
Eli Young Band, Cory Morrow, Roger
Creager, Wade Bowen, Bleu Edmondson,
Adam Hood, Ryan James and the Bart Crow
Band will come together for the Lone Star
Jam, April 26 at Waterloo Park in Austin.
Young Texans Against Cancer and Dell
Children’s Hospital are beneficiaries. For
info, go to www.lonestarjam.com.
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WELCOME TO the first issue of Texas Music
Extra, our new e-zine supplement to Texas
Music magazine. We’ll be sending this your
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latest musical developments between issues
of the print publication, and watch the
progress of your favorite artists on various
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Tejano star Emilio still critical
GUITAR HEROES: (from left) Visual artists Shanny Lott and Debra Samples;
musicians Lloyd Maines, Ray Wylie Hubbard, Terri Hendrix, Ray Benson and
Sara Hickman; and visual artist Ann Pinion.
Big guitars, bigger check
Ray Benson, Terri Hendrix, Lloyd Maines,
Ray Wylie Hubbard, Sara Hickman and
Austin Mayor Will Wynn were among the
luminaries who came out to participate in
the giant check-passing when the Gibson
Foundation gave $586,085, the proceeds
from its Austin GuitarTown auction, to four
Austin-area charities on April 2.
The event, held at the Gibson Guitar
Showroom, was the culmination of a twoyear project that featured local artists decorating 10-foot-tall Gibson guitar replicas,
which were then displayed around town
before being auctioned off in October along
with a few regular-sized, celebrity-designed
axes. Hendrix and Maines performed at the
event, and Benson, who chaired the project,
was presented with quite a yard decoration:
the burnt-orange prototype Gibson sculpture. The four charities receiving equal portions of the donation were American
Youthworks, Austin Children’s Museum,
Austin Museum of Art and the Health
Alliance for Austin Musicians.
Prayer vigils were still being held last week
around Texas for Tejano superstar Emilio
Navaira, who was critically injured on Easter
Sunday when the tour bus he was driving
slammed into a concrete highway median as
he and his band were heading home to San
Antonio after a gig. According to reports, he
remains in critical but stable condition.
Trying a new form of treatment, doctors
induced hypothermia following the accident
to reduce brain swelling, then slowly brought
his body temperature back to normal. The
Emilio Navaira Benefit Fund has been set up
for donations at the Amegy Bank of Texas,
P.O. Box 4837, Houston TX 77210.
Reckless Kelly lands new label
After a run on Sugar Hill, Reckless Kelly has
found a new home on a North Carolina
label — Chapel Hill’s Yep Roc Records. The
band’s new album, Bulletproof, will be
released this summer; it will be their first
album of new material since 2005’s Wicked
Twisted Road. The band’s last release was a
two-CD/DVD set titled Reckless Kelly Was
Here.
Jack Ingram sings Astros off
Houston native Jack Ingram got to indulge
a favorite singer’s fantasy when he reached
for the high notes during his rendition of
“The Star-Spangled Banner” at the Houston
Astros/St. Louis Cardinals season opener
April 7 at Minute Maid Park in Houston.
Zane Lewis joins AUE roster
Rising country artist Zane Lewis has signed
with Austin Universal Entertainment Inc. to be
his exclusive booking agent. Lewis also was
recently named by the Country Music
Association as One to Watch for 2008. AUE’s
other clients include Billy Joe Shaver, Bleu
Edmundson, Two Tons of Steel, Austin Collins,
Josh Grider, Ty England and Zona Jones.
Old Settlers Fest 21 years young
Delbert McClinton and Charlie Musselwhite
are adding a blues infusion to the 21st
annual Old Settlers Music Festival, the April
17-20 music-and-camping fest at the Salt
Lick Pavilion at Camp Ben McCullough, outside of Austin. Other artists set to perform
include Martin Sexton, Bettye Lavette, Todd
Snider, Marty Stuart & His Fabulous
Superlatives, Terri Hendrix, Eliza Gilkyson,
the Belleville Outfit, the David Grisman
Bluegrass Experience, Ralph Stanley & His
Clinch Mountain Boys, JD Crowe & the New
South, Peter Rowan, Blackie & the Rodeo
Kings and plenty of others. For more info,
go to www.oldsettlersmusicfest.org.
Squeeze kings Houston-bound
Texas and Louisiana’s hottest young accordion stars will face off in a semi-finals round
May 11 as part of Texas Folklife’s second
annual Big Squeeze accordion contest. The
competition will be held at Austin’s Mexican
American Cultural Center, 600 River St., at
1:30 p.m. Los Texmaniacs will perform afterward. The show is free. Finalists will square
off at the start of Texas Folklife’s 19th annual Accordion Kings show, June 7 at 7 p.m.
at the Miller Outdoor Theatre in Houston.
The free concert features co-headliners
Step Rideau & the Zydeco Outlaws and La
Tropa F, with openers the Knights of Dixie
Orchestra. The contest winner will receive
$500 cash, plus a day of recording time at
Houston’s SugarHill Recording Studios, professional support services and other goodies. For more info, see www.texasfolklife.org.
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Choffel chomps competition
Austinite Suzanna Choffel is Texas’ latest
grand-prize winner in the Famecast pop
competition. Choffel earned $10,000 in the
Season 4 segment; more than 400 bands
competed nationwide for the prize. Last fall,
Austin’s Wendy Colonna took home the
same 10-grand prize. Choffel will release her
next album in the fall.
Palo Duro launches new festival
Palo Duro Records founder Chris Thomas is
launching a new festival, the Chattahippie
Music Festival, which will take place Sept.
18-21 in Chattanooga, Tenn. Billed as a celebration of peace, love and great Americana
music, the festival will feature a roster
heavy on Texas-based artists, including
Dallas Wayne, Trent Summar, Walt Wilkins &
the Mystiqueros and Miles from Nowhere.
Camping is invited; there are some onsite
spaces and many more offsite ones. For
more info, visit www.chattahippie.com.
Texans take top ISC honors
El Pasoan Blu Sanders took first place in the
country category of the 2007 International
Songwriters Competition for a ballad titled
“Just Past the Milky Way.” Laredo’s Arturo
Varak took first place in the Latin category
for the tune, “Layla.” Honorable mentions
went to several Texans, including James
Hyland and Dennis Ludiker of Austin’s South
Austin Jug Band, for “Chicago,” in the
Americana category; Brenham resident
Russell Grimmer of the band Stevens Lane, in
the country category, for “Little Dream”; San
Antonio-born siblings Patricia Vonne and
Israel Rodriguez, for “Mujeres Desaparecidas”
in the Latin category; and Austinite Charlie
Lang of Parkers Break for “The Better Part”
in the Pop/Top 40 category. Complete results
are at www.songwritingcompetition.com
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Guitar Festival
24-27
Dallas Market Hall
Dallas
Texas State Championship Fiddlers’
Frolics
Texas Hill Country
Wine & Food Festival
www.guitarshow.com
Knights of Columbus Hall
Various locations
Stingaree Music Festival
Austin
Tiki Beach Bar and Grill
www.texaswineandfood.org
Crystal Beach
25-27
www.stingareemusicfestival.com
Denton Arts & Jazz Festival
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10-13
11-13
Hallettsville
www.fiddlersfrolics.com
Quakertown Park
Poteet Strawberry Festival
18-20 & 25-27
Denton
Festival Grounds
Texas Crawfish
& Music Festival
www.dentonjazzfest.com
www.strawberryfestival.com
Preservation Park
25-27 & 5/1-4
Old Town Spring
11-19
www.texascrawfishfestival.com
New Orleans Jazz
& Heritage Festival
Galveston County
Fair & Rodeo
18-27
New Orleans, La.
Jack Brooks Park
Fiesta San Antonio
www.nojazzfest.com
Hitchcock
Downtown and various venues
www.galvestoncountyfair.com
San Antonio
26
www.fiesta-sa.org
Eeyore’s Birthday Party
Poteet
12-13
Fair Grounds Race Course
Pease Park
Art City Austin
19
Austin
Caesar Chavez St. from Colorado to Lamar
Red Hot & Soul Gala
www.eeyore.sexton.com
Austin
Palmer Events Center
www.artallianceaustin.org
Austin
Lone Star State Jam
www.zachscott.com
Waterloo Park
Austin
Peace, Love, Happiness Ride
Cowboy Harley-Davidson/Buell
19-20
Austin
Austin Reggae Festival
www.peacelovehappiness.com
Auditorium Shores
26-27
Austin
Crawfish Festival
www.austinmarleyfest.com
Kemah Boardwalk
17-20
www.lonestarjam.com
Kemah
Lubbock Arts Festival
Lubbock Memorial Civic Center
19-20 & 26-27
Lubbock
Houston International Festival
www.lubbockarts.org
Downtown
27
Houston
Edgefest
Main St. Fort Worth
Arts Festival
www.ifest.org
Pizza Hut Park
Downtown
19-24
Fort Worth
Cowboy Cool Cruise
www.msfwaf.org
Galveston to Cozumel, Mexico and Progresso
29-5/1
Yucatan
Family Music Festival
www.cowboycoolcruise.com
Long Center
Old Settler’s Music Festival
www.kemahboardwalk.com
Frisco
www.kdge.com
Austin
Salt Lick Pavilion
Austin
24
www.oldsettlersmusicfest.org
Umlauf Garden Party
www.austinsymphony.org
Umlauf Sculpture Garden & Museum
30
18-20
Austin
Willie Nelson’s 75th Birthday
Dallas International
www.umlaufsculpture.org
JAMES
MCMURTRY
Just Us Kids
(Lightning Rod)
James McMurtry doesn’t
rant, he needles, and
with the skill of a doctor, he once again
makes bull’s-eye pricks at some of society’s worst ills. This time out, he also
injects some melody into his always-brilliant diatribes. LYNNE MARGOLIS
GEORGE STRAIT
Troubadour
(MCA Nashville)
Not all of his albums are
going to be as loaded with
great songs as 2006’s It
Just Comes Natural was. But it’s a testament to George Strait’s commitment to his
craft that he never turns in a less than than
sterling performance — whether the songs
are worthy of his voice (“Troubadour,”
“House with No Doors”) or not even close
(“River of Love”). RICHARD SKANSE
SOUTH AUSTIN
JUG BAND
Strange Invitation
(www.southaustinjugband.com)
The South Austin Jug
Band is now down to a
trio. But as indicated by the one cover
here, Beck’s “Jack Ass,” they’re boldly
forging new progressive directions while
still bringing the string-band foundation
along (a la Nickel Creek) to create their
most original and ingenious set yet.
ROB PATTERSON
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AARON WATSON
Angels & Outlaws
(www.aaronwatson.com)
If anyone didn’t
know Aaron
Watson was a
born-and-bred
Texas good ol’
boy before they
listened to
Angels &
Outlaws, this
song collection
will leave no doubt. The titles alone make
it obvious: There’s “Hearts are Breaking
Across Texas,” “Whiskey on the Fire” and
a throwback named “Breaker Breaker
One Nine,” done at about 90 miles an
hour (don’t let that Smokey catch ya!)
With twangy gee-tar, twin fiddles, pedal
steel and the other classic country elements, it all sounds just like you’d expect
it to — which means almost a little formulaic. But it’s a formula that can keep a lot
of fans very happy. One standout is “Can’t
be a Cowboy Anymore,” which Watson
delivers with a crag in his voice and a
“cain’t” in his lyrics. It’s a twinge-of-sadness/sort-of-happy-ending look at a man’s
tug-of-war between his lifestyle and his
lover, one of which will have to win sooner
or later. (Hint: It ain’t the horse.) He also
gives a sweet twang to John Mayer’s “The
Heart of Life” and a strong reading to the
Waylon Jennings nugget, “Tulsa.”
LYNNE MARGOLIS
new releases
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April 1
April 1
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April 8
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Aaron Watson
George Strait
Willie Nelson
South Austin Jug Band
Various Artists
Hayes Carll
Marcia Ball
Rodney Parker &50Peso
Reward
April 8 ElizabethWills
April 8 Spain Colored Orange
April 15 James McMurtry
April 15 Gene Autry
April 22 Nelo
April 29 No Justice
April 29 Steve Earle
May 6 T Bone Burnett
May 6 Johnny Solinger
May 6 Eleven Hundred Springs
May 6 Mike McClure Band
May 13 Old 97’s
May 13 The Black Angels
May 20 Guy Forsyth
May 20 Cory Morrow
May 20 The Band of Heathens
May 27 Adam Carroll
May 27 Lisa Loeb
June 3 Mother Truckers
June 3 Pinetop Perkins
June 10 Alejandro Escovedo
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Angels & Outlaws
Troubadour
One Hell of a Ride (box set)
Strange Invitation
The Very Best of Outlaw Country
Trouble in Mind
Peace, Love & BBQ
The Lonesome Dirge
AaronWatson.com
MCA Nashville
Columbia/Legacy
SouthAustinJugBand.com
Legacy
Lost Highway
Alligator
RodneyParker.com
Fly
Sneaky Like a Villain
Just Us Kids
Favorites
Nelo
Live at Billy Bob’s
Copperhead Road (deluxe ed.)
Tooth of Crime
Johnny Solinger
Country Jam
did7
Blame It On Gravity
Directions to See a Ghost
Calico Girl
Vagrants & Kings
The Band of Heathens
Old Town Rock N Roll
Camp Lisa (children’s album)
Let’s All Go to Bed
Pinetop Perkins and Friends
Real Animal
Erian
Lucid
Lightning Rod
Acrobat
Justice
Smith Music
Geffen
Nonesuch
Smith Music
Palo Duro
MikeMcClureBand.com
New West
Light in the Attic
Small & Nimble
Sustain
BandofHeathens.com
AdamCarroll.com
Furious Rose
Funzalo
Telarc
Back Porch
Pinetop Perkins boogie-woogies toward 95th birthday
Not many artists celebrate their 95th birthdays with a new album and a Grammy win, but
dapper blues/boogie-woogie pianist Pinetop Perkins is like the Energizer Bunny — he just
keeps going and going. He’ll undoubtedly cut the cake at Antone’s when he hits the big 9-5
on July 7, a month after his latest disc, Pinetop Perkins & Friends, drops. Among those featured on the album are Eric Clapton, B.B. King, fellow Austinite Jimmie Vaughan and Willie
Kent. In February, he picked up his first Grammy, for Last of the Great Mississippi Delta
Bluesmen: Live in Dallas, which also featured David “Honeyboy” Edwards and the late
Robert Lockwood Jr. and Henry James Townsend. The album was released by the Blue Shoe
Project, a Colleyville-based non-profit dedicated to spreading the legacy of the blues to new
generations of listeners.
Q&A Hayes Carll
Texas Music caught up with
singer-songwriter Hayes
Carll on the eve of releasing
his third album and Lost
Highway debut, Trouble in
Mind. He was busy delivering copies to players on the
album, picking up his guitarist from the
airport and sweating out the final details
of his upcoming Stingaree Music Festival,
but was game for a 10-minute chat about
where he’s been, where he’s headed and
his favorite music for the road.
Congrats on the big day! Do you get really antsy right when a new record comes
out, or have any release-day rituals you
do?
I’ve never really had a real release day for a
record before. On the last one, we just
started selling them at shows, and my first
one was so long ago, I can’t remember how
that went! But it feels good. It’s just kind of
chaotic, because we’ve got the release and
our festival, which are kind of our two
biggest events of the year, in a 10-day period. So we’re kind of just scrambling right
now. It seems like we’ve done so much
preparation for everything, I’m ready to just
go out and sing.
How involved are you with the brass
tacks of putting on your festival? Are
you there sorting out the brown M&Ms
for the artist riders and figuring out the
schedule, or do you leave that stuff to
other folks and just have fun?
It’s sort of a mix. The festival was my idea,
but my manager, Mike Crowley, has more
experience with festivals and this kind of
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stuff, so a lot of the day-to-day work falls on
him — everything from lining up port-ojohns to working with the Chamber of
Commerce and advertisers and stuff.
Basically I’m just an idea guy. I pull in a
bunch of favors to get people to come in
and play for cheap, and I do a lot of the
scheduling, but Mike does a tremendous
amount of the actual work on it.
What’s been the best advice that you’ve
ever received in regard to your career?
There’s two things that I think about; one
was from Ray Wylie Hubbard, and the other
was from Jack Ingram. Ray will tell anybody
that it comes down to the song. When I was
coming up, it seemed like there was a lot of
other guys doing really well and I was not.
Ray said, “It’s about the songs. A lot of guys
are gonna have success, but it’s not gonna
last if you can’t keep putting out good
songs. At the end of the day, that’s what it
comes down to.” And that’s always been
really reassuring to me, in that I try not to
get too wrapped up in whether I’m the flavor of the month with the college kids that
year, and just remember that if I keep doing
good work, I’ll be in it for the long haul. And
what Jack told me was, his career was
ahead of his art when he started out. He
said he got going and had a lot of success
right away, and it took a while for his songs
to catch up to his career. And I was sort of
in a reverse situation, where he thought I
was doing good stuff, but I had like five people a night at my shows. At the time, that
made me feel a lot better. In retrospect, I
feel fortunate in that I didn’t have that
immediate success. Jack works his ass off,
but a lot of guys, when success comes too
easy, they can get lazy and take it for granted. I was forced to just keep working, and
slugging my way through the bars and the
clubs and the folk coffee houses and stuff
made me a better songwriter, and it’ll pay
off in the long run. Plus, if you start off big,
sometimes you’ve got nowhere else to go
but down. I started at the bottom, so every
little incremental step upwards felt really
good, and I felt like I earned it.
Given the opportunity to play just one of
your original songs for somebody that
you really wanted or needed to impress —
be it a loved one, a hero or, say, St. Peter,
which one would you sing? I assume in
the case of St. Peter, it wouldn’t be “She
Left Me for Jesus.”
[Laughs] I’d find out real quick if he had a
sense of humor! I don’t know, maybe “Long
Way Home” off of Little Rock, or I’m partial
to “Arkansas Blues.” I’d play something real-
ly long and wordy and depressing. That’s
some of my favorite stuff. They don’t
always take off at shows, but for me, those
are some of the ones I’m most proud of.
What’s your all-time favorite record, at
least at this particular moment?
I’m just going to go contemporary. The
thing that I’ve listened to the most in the
last five years is Todd Snider’s East
Nashville Skyline. It came late in the game
for me, but as far as just pure listens, and
something I haven’t been able to put down
for a long time, that record just blew me
away. If I went back a ways, I might say
another Skyline record — Dylan’s Nashville
Skyline. Dylan’s records were my obsessive
records growing up. So we can say Dylan
early life, and Todd for the last few years.
RICHARD SKANSE
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CHARTS: myspace Country
TW
Artist
Points
1
Dixie Chicks
102,507
2
George Strait
85,214
3
Dierks Bentley
74,481
4
Miranda Lambert
72,726
5
Gary Allan
45,258
6
Eli Young Band
23,968
7
Willie Nelson
22,288
8
Jack Ingram
19,626
9
Cross Canadian Ragweed
19,546
10
Pat Green
18,606
11
Randy Rogers Band
18,204
12
Kevin Fowler
15,769
13
Shooter Jennings
13,506
14
Roger Creager
10,597
15
Reckless Kelly
9,415
16
Wade Bowen
8,136
17
Jason Boland & the Stragglers
7,777
18
Brandon Rhyder
7,324
19
Cory Morrow
6,255
20
Johnny Cooper
5,428
21
Aaron Watson
4,964
22
Honeybrowne
4,934
23
No Justice
4,666
24
Bart Crow Band
4,665
25
Bleu Edmondson
4,392
Rankings for the MySpace chart are determined by a point system factoring in the number of profile views, song plays and friends on the artists’ official MySpace pages.
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