Music Crossroads of Texas

Saturdays at 7p.m.
  • Hosted by Curtis Peoples

The Music Crossroads of Texas radio show is a one-hour program that focuses on popular music associated with West Texas. The show will highlight music and artists from Lubbock, Amarillo, Abilene, San Angelo, and other communities in the region.  The show will play many of the standards from the region, but will incorporate underrepresented music as well.

Music Crossroads of Texas – Rock n’ Roll

This week on the Music Crossroads of Texas we devote the entire show to the West Texas super group: The Flatlanders. Along with the group, he also explores some of the solo music from the group’s three-principle members: Joe Ely, Jimmy Dale Gilmore, and Butch Hancock.
 

Music Crossroads of Texas: The Flatlanders Playlist

West Texas Guitarists Part II

Feliciano Guimarães from Guimarães, Portugal

West Texas Guitarists

“Caveman” – Jesse Taylor
“It’s So Easy” – Tommy Allsup
“Little Lonely Summer Girl” – David Box
“Hometown” – David Halley
“Jazz Vignette” – Susan Grisanti
“Souvenir” – Susan Grisanti
“Devil’s Hand” – Dustin Garret
“Ain’t Worried” – John Sprott
“Ricky’s Boogie” – Robin Griffin Band
“War Baby” – John X. Reed
“Still Breeze” – Mesquite-O-Bytes
“Born Again” – Pete Orta
“Get a Rope” – Doug Stapp

This week on the music Crossroads of Texas, we celebrate the New Year with one hour of live music concert recordings. Some have been commercially released and some have never been heard until now. Tune in this week to hear Delbert McClinton, Joe Ely, Butch Hancock, The Nelsons, and many others.

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