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NACHOS?

It’s Nacho typical music column.  

 

The Texas Music Chart is pleased to announce this new weekly column for fans who are hungry for news about the people who make the music in Texas.

 

We’ll dish Texas and Red Dirt music – snacks, appetizers and full courses.

 

Contributing to the Nachos news will be members of the Texas Music Chart and Best In Texas Online staffs plus guest columnists from Texas radio.

 

SUNNY AND HOT

It’s not a forecast, it’s our way of saying congratulations to Sunny Sweeney!! Sunny’s the first female artist at number one on the Texas Music Chart since 2003.

 

RANDY ROGERS’ BUCKET LIST SHOW

“This is a bucket list show, and that’s the truth,” Randy said about playing the Ryman Auditorium in Nashville. He said he was honored to play a place he always knew about and never dreamed he’d perform in.

 

The packed house at the Ryman also saw Randy’s Texas buddy Wade Bowen open the show for him. You can almost feel the spirit from this audience.

 

 

More about Randy and Wade here http://www.bestintexasonline.com/bitnew/news384.htm

 

TEXAS FIRST!

Rolling Stone claims it “broke” the new Cody Canada & The Departed single, “Inbetweener.” The Texas Music Chart begs to differ – Craig Vaughn at KPUR, Amarillo, played the song first in Texas, now other stations have come on board. 

We’ll have to wait till the new year to hear more from The Departed. They’ve chosen January 13 as release date for their new album HippieLovePunk.  

 

Image of HippieLovePunk CD *Ship Date January 7th*

 

REK AND BEER – OF COURSE!

Our favorite singer-songwriter-storyteller Robert Earl Keen lends his name to a new craft beer. The new brew, “Robert Earl Keen Honey Pils,” uses honey from Fain's Honey in Llano and is produced at Pedernales Brewing Co. in Fredericksburg. The beer was introduced last week at the Alamo Ice House in San Antonio with REK doing the honors.

 

 

GIVING BACK

Congratulations to Justin and Casey Frazell! Justin’s busy enough with his show at the Ranch in Fort Worth, his Texas Red Dirt Road TV show and his syndicated radio show. Yet he and Casey take time every Labor Day to lead the “Pickin for Preemies” campaign to raise funds for Cook Children’s Hospital.

 

Last Wednesday night, Cook Children's staff and board honored the Frazells with a video presentation and an inscribed crystal bowl. They thought they were going to celebrate with the donors and ended up being guests of honor.

 

Next year’s “Pickin’ for Preemies” will be the 10th! Way to go!

 

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