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Celebrating Black Musicians of West Texas | Music Crossroads of Texas


This week on the Music Crossroads of Texas, Curtis celebrates Black History Month by bringing you a full of hour of music from Black musicians of west Texas. You will hear music from The Tonettes, Junior Medlow, DG Flewellyn, UrbanSole and many more.

D G Flewellyn


  1.  Tonight (Could be the Night) - Virgil Johnson & the Velvets
  2. Gotta Know - The Tonettes
  3. Pretty Woman - Curtis Byrd
  4. Peter Pan - Soul Patrol
  5. Soul Man - Butch Avery
  6. Freedom Song - Johnny Ray Watson
  7. Thrill for Thrill - JR Medlow
  8. Boardwalkin' - Jimmy Sampson & Vernnie Thomas
  9. Shine - Booga Bradshaw feat. Jody Oak
  10. Fluid Motion - Lusk Brothers
  11. Do You Love Me - UrbanSole
  12. All Shake No Fries - Tortilla Factory feat. El Charro Negro
  13. Nuclear Cookin - D G Flewellyn
  14. Watch out for that Runner - Yung Cry Baby
  15. Perdido - JT Braxton
  16. The Next Chapter - Tom Braxton
    Booga Bradshaw
Curtis Peoples, Ph.D., is an Archivist at the Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library (SWC/SCL) at Texas Tech University (TTU). Dr. Peoples has nineteen years of experience in archival work. During 2002, he established the Crossroads of Music Archive in the SWC/SCL, and is the archivist for the collection. He heads the Crossroads Recording Studio in the TTU Library. Further, he is a musician who has worked in the music business for four decades, numerous recording studios, and has been a production manager for many events. He is a graduate and former instructor of the Sound Technology program at South Plains College, and currently serves as chair of the SPC Sound Technology Advisory Board. He also serves as Chair of the Education and Training Committee for the Association for Recorded Sound Collections, as well as their Assistant Conference Manger. Dr. Peoples teaches the “History of West Texas Music” and “Texas Music History: Race, Class, and Gender” for the TTU Honors College. He also hosts the “Music Crossroads of Texas” radio show on KTTZ 89.1 FM. the His research centers on music and place.