Posts tagged with "Guy Clark"

Video & Interview with artist: Darden Smith

Video Feature & Web-Exclusive Interview Artist: DARDEN SMITH Video: “Loving Arms” DARDEN SMITH LAUNCHES BLUE ROCK ALIVE! COOL NIGHTS 2020 VIRTUAL CONCERT SERIES Darden Smith, one of the most respected singer-songwriters, will launch the Blue Rock aLive! Cool Nights 2020 virtual concert series this Thursday, October 29. The series features iconic Austin-based artists—“for the songs, for the artists, for all of us.” You can buy a Season... 

Video Feature & Interview TERRI HENDRIX

Video Feature & Web-Exclusive Interview Artist:  TERRI HENDRIX (with LLOYD MAINES) Video:  “Talk to a Human”  TERRI HENDRIX WITH LLOYD MAINES FEATURED AT BLUE ROCK ALIVE! IMMERSIVE VIRTUAL CONCERT Terri Hendrix and legendary steel guitar player Lloyd Maines will be the featured artists this Thursday (August 27) at Blue Rock aLIVE!—a unique virtual summer concert series—featuring iconic Austin-based artists every Thursday this summer.... 

Video Feature & Interview: BRENT MOYER

VIDEO FEATURE & WEB-EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW Artist:  BRENT MOYER Song: “Tennessee Tears”   Songwriters: Brent Moyer & Bernie Nelson Video Editor: Jim Jensen Videographer: David Swift Grip: Cindy Nicholson Recording features: Ottar Johansen, Tore Andersen, Joe Sun   BRENT MOYER Web-Exclusive Interview with M Music & Musicians magazine publisher, Merlin David Known as the Global Cowboy, Brent Moyer loves exploring the broad... 

GUY CLARK

GUY CLARK My Favorite Picture of You [Dualtone] At 71, Guy Clark is one of Texas country’s elder statesmen, a songwriter’s songwriter whose material has been recorded by luminaries like Emmylou Harris and Johnny Cash. My Favorite Picture of You, his first studio album in four years, was worth the wait. The title track, written with Gordie Sampson, is a poignant tribute to songwriter and artist Susanna Clark, Guy’s wife of 40 years who passed... 

RODNEY CROWELL

RODNEY CROWELL  A unique teaming with poet Mary Karr brings it all back home   After more than three decades, 13 solo albums and collaborations with some of music’s greatest names, Rodney Crowell knows a born songwriter when he sees one—even if that particular songwriter has never written a song. When he read poet and memoirist Mary Karr’s 1995 book The Liars’ Club, he couldn’t help but see the parallels between himself and the author—they... 
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