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Country Outlaw

September 15, 2018

At the age of eight, his Mom taught him to play, “Thirty Pieces of Silver”, on guitar.  To practice, he had to borrow guitars, until he got his own used Stella. He listened to Bob Wills, Ernest Tubb, Hank Williams and Elvis.  Waylon knew he wanted to be in Country music, and he was sure...

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Down Home Country Feel

September 8, 2018

Paul has been singing Country Music since he was a child, and he grew up in a musical household.  His late father, Howard ‘Smoky’ Weber had a band, and Paul became a regular performer. Paul spent nearly a decade on the road with Joe Firth,  giving Paul lasting experience and mentorship. He formed his own...

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Starting in the 60’s, Gary was playing the clubs at night, and working at a Houston auto body shop through the day.  He stuck with his music and it paid off.  Gary has twenty three top ten hits, with five of them at number one. In 2012, he celebrated fifty years in music with a...

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Charlie’s music career has spanned nearly seven decades, and he has played with the best in the Country Music industry.  He has been inducted into the Grand Ole Opry, The Musicians Hall of Fame and Museum, and the Country Music Hall of Fame. Right out of high school, he formed a rock n roll band...

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The group was formed in 1984 by Nashville record producer Tim DuBois.  He was a Chartered Accountant with an interest in Country Music.  He wrote over 20 singles including, “Love in the First Degree”, “The Bluest Eyes in Texas”, and “She Got the Goldmine (I Got the Shaft)”, each of these became number one hits,...

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Steve played bass in his Dad’s band, and he was quick to learn his craft.  Dottie West hired him when he was just 17 as her bass guitarist, and he played on her single, “Country Sunshine”. Chet Atkins hired Steve to play bass in his band, and toured extensively in 1979.  He signed with RCA...

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1995 Song of the Year

August 4, 2018

Tracy was studying business at Texas State University, and was singing with a local band known as “Rimfire”.   In 1992, he sang a cover of, “Your Cheatin’ Heart” at a mall recording studio, and that recording earned Tracy a spot in a talent contest, and a contract with MCA records. In 1993, “Holdin’ Heaven”, became...

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He was just four years old when he made his first musical appearance in his Aunt’s Country music band.  There was lots of music in his home, since both his Mom and Dad played instruments and sang. In his last two years in high school, Joe played football, baseball and golf and was recognized as...

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Clint taught himself to play harmonica at age 13, at 14 he had written his first song and at 15 had learned to play guitar. He had three older brothers, and the four of them had a band.  They sang and played together as teenagers, and Clint dropped out of high school to play music...

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His Mom played piano and his Dad played guitar and both of his parents tried to influence Moe to play music. During his teens he was more interested in Rodeos, and he with his brother Mike, competed all over Texas.   In 2007 Moe and Mike, a six time NFR bull riding qualifier, were inducted into...

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