10 fast facts about Texas Red Dirt artists
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The 2015 album 'Ringling Roads' is inspired by Eastland, Texas
Sean McConnell's latest single "Shotgun" was covered by Christina Aguilera on season 3 of Nashville.
Divorce inspired "Front Row Seat," a raw album to put out but also recover from a breakup.
He started his first band when he was a freshman in high school, after picking up the guitar at the age of 12.
"True Love" was shot at Cheatham Street Warehouse in San Marcos, where Park went to school.
JD McPherson played in a few punk bands in high school and wrote his own music.
The group formed in the dorms at University of North Texas. Starting the band out with the name of Eli & Young.
“I Took a Train” from Welcome to the big world is a salute to one of Hood’s top musical heroes John Prine.
Domino won the Larry Joe Taylor singer/songwriter contest a while back and performed at the Larry Joe Taylor Music Fest.
Reckless Kelly has played on Sixth Street in Austin, and turned a small venue called Lucy's Retired Surfers Bar, into a major music venue.