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Donna Marie Miller
Foreword by Charles R. Townsend
cloth / 978-1-62349-519-0 / $24.95
James and Annetta White opened the Broken Spoke in 1964, then a mile south of the Austin city limits, under a massive live oak, and beside what would ... More
Alan Govenar and Jay F. Brakefield
paper / 978-1-60344-958-8 / $24.95
Deep Ellum, on the eastern edge of downtown Dallas, retains its character as an alternative to the city’s staid image with loft apartments, art galleries, nightclubs, and tattoo ... More
Diana Finlay Hendricks
Foreword by Don Imus
cloth / 978-1-62349-588-6 / $29.95
Influenced at a young age by classic country, Tejano, western swing, and the popular music of wartime America, blues musician Delbert McClinton grew up with a backstage pass ... More

Alan Govenar

Online teaching resources by Paddy Bowman

hardcover / 978-1-60344-528-3 / $16.95
Native American drumming and chant; Czech and German polka; country fiddling; African American spirituals, blues and jazz; cowboy songs; Mexican corridos; zydeco; and the sounds of a Cambodian New ... More
By Gary Hartman
paper / 978-1-60344-002-8 / $22.95
The richly diverse ethnic heritage of the Lone Star State has brought to the Southwest a remarkable array of rhythms, instruments, and musical styles that have blended ... More

Brian T. Atkinson

Forewords by "Cowboy" Jack Clements and Harold F. Eggers Jr.

cloth / 978-1-60344-526-9 / $24.95
The writer of such influential songs as “Pancho and Lefty,” “To Live’s to Fly,” “If I Needed You,” and “For the Sake of the Song,” Townes Van Zandt ... More
by Grady Gaines with Rod Evans
cloth / 978-1-62349-270-0 / $23.00
In the 1950s, as the leader of the Upsetters, the original backing band for rock pioneer Little Richard, Grady Gaines first exposed the music world to his unique ... More
Brian T. Atkinson and Jenni Finlay
Foreword by George Strait
cloth / 978-1-62349-378-3 / $25.95
Though not a household name for the general public, Kent Finlay (1938–2015) was one of the world’s best-known and best-loved promoters, mentors, and gurus of Texas music. In ... More
Watt M. Casey Jr.
Foreword by Steve Miller
With Essays by Mark Seal, Joe Nick Patoski, and Bill Bentley
And Contributions by Susan Antone, Herman Bennett, Denny Freeman, Lindsay Holland, Craig Hopkins, Geoff Ice, Jamey and Geoff Ice, and Diane Lee
cloth / 978-1-62349-558-9 / $35.00
The evening of May 10, 1970, found a young Watt M. Casey Jr. standing awestruck, only a few feet from Jimi Hendrix as the legendary guitarist tore into ... More
Edited by Craig Clifford and Craig D. Hillis
cloth / 978-1-62349-446-9 / $29.95
Many books and essays have addressed the broad sweep of Texas music—its multicultural aspects, its wide array and blending of musical genres, its historical transformations, and its love/hate ... More