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singers & musicians

Still ZZ After All These Years

Jan 21, 2013 By Joe Nick Patoski

So what if they’re not cranking out hits and selling out concerts the way they used to? After nearly three decades, no one makes better blues rock than ZZ Top.

Milligan’s Island

Apr 1, 1997 By Jan Reid

With his resounding voice and striking appearance, Austin’s Malford Milligan stands out in a sea of Texas soul singers.

He Writes the Songs

Dec 1, 1996 By Joe Nick Patoski

Though Jerry Lynn Williams is practically unheard of outside the industry, stars like Eric Clapton know him as one of the best tunesmiths anywhere.

Antsy Griffith

Nov 1, 1996 By Jordan Mackay

Antsy Griffith Austin’s Nanci Griffith is holed up in Nashville recording Blue Roses From the Moon(s) (Elektra), which should be in stores this spring. The album’s release coincides with the tenth anniversary of Griffith’s first collaboration with her band, the Blue Moon Orchestra, and features guest appearances by Buddy…