The East Texas native got to the top of the country music charts by doing everything his way.
Artist Matt Tumlinson is putting Texas musical icons all over the walls of the state, including this one in San Antonio.
Somehow, it took until 2019 for this to happen.
A Flatonia man thinks Tim McGraw can afford a better looking cowboy hat
You know who likes fireplaces? George Strait likes fireplaces.
To honor the lifework of his ”musical father,” Texas country star Randy Rogers purchases the historic honky-tonk that launched his career.
The King of Country returned to the dancehall—where he and Ace in the Hole once played monthly sets—to celebrate the release of a new box set.
Veteran Nashville songwriter Jim Lauderdale debuts a fresh take on the song he wrote that George Strait made a classic.
Exclusive Song Premiere: George Strait Joins Asleep at the Wheel for a Spin Through “South of the Border (Down Mexico Way)” by Bob Wills
The King of Country joins Asleep at the Wheel for a classic by the King of Western Swing from the band’s new tribute album.
And our June issue is better than a cup of coffee.
Listen to all of King George's greatest hits.
“Unwound,” “The Chair,” and “Easy Come, Easy Go” have all sprung from the powerful pen of Dean Dillon.
What’s Ahead for Rick Perry, Ted Cruz, George Strait, Jerry Jones and other Texans.
1. For George Strait, the road doesn’t go on forever I was tooling around Austin in 1981, enjoying the free-love vibe and listening to the radio, when I first heard George Strait. His voice came out of my little dashboard speaker so strong and clear I ran two lights and a stop
Strait talk; Fort Worth takes stock; MLK in S.A.
As ever, Texas looms large in the movies’ imagination—large and largely inaccurate.
Hot CDs This month Texas music shines on the silver screen. The soundtrack for The Horse Whisperer (MCA) not only features cuts from Don Walser, George Strait, and Steve Earle but also a Butch Hancock—Joe Ely— Jimmie Dale Gilmore reunion (long removed from Lubbock, they are now called the Hill
Hot CDs The Horsies are an extremely unusual outfit, so it figures that the perverse, polymorphously percussive Austin combo’s second record, Touch Me Columbus, is only available on the relatively obscure Japanese label Benten (though some Texas record stores will be carrying it). A giddy three-man, three-woman band with five
This month at least two hundred Texans will converge on Hallettsville for the state championship of straight dominoes. The outcome is unpredictable, but one fact is not: Chances are that every player will tote a set of bones made by Waco-based Puremco, the only manufacturer of plastic dominoes outside mainland