nice to hear from you and i wont bother posting the video when rain came over texas LOL. check out my reverbnation im singwriting these days weak guitar but good vocals and harmonica but i can always find good guitarist lol.
Thanks for having me. This looks like the start of a great thing here. I am a big fan of Texas music and George Gimarc (how I got the link) started me on my love of music in general. I can't wait to see more and to visit the museum this summer.
Was at Rogers Hotel a couple Saturdays ago but at 6 pm, too late to see the museum - but am hoping to come see it soon. I've worked for a history museum most of my career (Dallas Heritage Village at Old City Park) so am interested to see the TMM.
That's why they call me "Fast Eddie" - actually, most people call me "Mr. Ed". Damn that horse!
We saw you at the Crawfish Festival in Waxahatchie. Nice work. I'm a songwriter too. (www.ejwmusic.com) and an ex DSA'er. We visited the Museum while we were in Waxahatchie and being from Texas, I've always been partial to Texas music.
Ryan: yes, I have several projects going on, both solo and collectively. About two years ago I broke from electric Blues, and basically went back acoustic for awhile. It works with my song writing. I'm currently putting a show together (solo) That will be all acoustic, using guitar, dobro, and piano. Putting a two hour show together, hopefully to get "one set" gigs. Yes, I,m a southpaw - played 5 years as a kid upside down, too young to know how to flip the strings. I am originally from Memphis, Tennessee, but have lived 57 of my 58 years here in Texas. I spend a lot of time acoustic and electric in the Delta (my true love), Memphis, NOLA, and the Florida Panhandle. I've changed my genre to Blues Roots Music. I also play bass, mandolin, and had eight years of formal drum lessons. My entire home is a studio, where I do demos for friends, and my own stuff. currently, I have three releases, that are being held up by the mastering process. That's a big word for lazy. I come through your town often enroute to Austin and San Antone. I'll try to stop by one of these days. Thanks again for what you are doing. Harry Stubbs
I am in Atlanta TX , south of Oklahoma, east of New Mexico, west of Louisiana where all them cajuns go....singing...can I find the Museum on facebook so I may add to my facebook page? We are near the Louisiana line down up here and are blessed with mega talent spanning all across world. I am loving how Texas music is finally being recognized in a big way.