All posts by Chet Flippo
What to do the next time you find a five hundred dollar bill in a record store.
Building a classical, rock, country, and jazz library on a budget.
Willie Nelson’s latest album is more than good country music; it’s almost gospel.
If you haven’t met the Red Headed Stranger, maybe you should.
A new posthumous Joplin release rekindles memories of the vulnerable woman with a powerful talent.
Requiem for a musical heavyweight, the hard-singing, hard-living girl from Port Arthur.
Will Tex-Mex music gain the world but lose its soul?
Kinky Friedman and Jerry Jeff Walker make strong bids to give the Seventies a Texas flavor; Bob Dylan may have other ideas.
The times, they are a’ changing. Fine, but how?
Country and western singer Waylon Jennings sometimes feels as if the whole world is in hot pursuit.
Waylon Jennings in the dark corners of stardom’s light.