Music

Halftime Heroes

Nov 1, 1982 By W. L. Taitte

The bright-eyed, pink-cheeked cream of Texas youth aren’t scrambling on the football field. They’re playing in the high school band.

The Blues Of The Gulf

Sep 30, 1982 By Pepi Plowman

Johnny Copeland had to abandon his Gulf Coast home and head for New York City before he could make hi mark with the blues.

Twelve-Pack To Go

May 31, 1982 By Pepi Plowman

A dozen new releases by everyone from the late, legendary Janis Joplin to rising star Rodney Crowell to perennial favorite Waylon Jennings.

Wall, Croon, and Thrum

Apr 30, 1981 By Pepi Plowman

Small-label recordings prove that whether Texans are singing ballads, blues, or punk, they make their best music at home.

Wall, Croon, and Thrum

Apr 30, 1981 By Pepi Plowman

Small-label recordings prove that whether Texans are singing ballads, blues, or punk, they make their best music at home.