Conqueroo clients past, present and recurrent: Conqueroo clients past, present and recurrent: The Band of Heathens, Richard Barone, Big Sandy, Elvin Bishop, Blues Traveler, Paul Brady, David Bromberg, Stephen Bruton, Caitlin Cary, Marshall Chapman, Ray Charles catalog, Jon Cleary, Slaid Cleaves, Coal Porters, Concord Records catalog, Susan Cowsill, Robert Cray, Marshall Crenshaw, Steve Cropper/Felix Cavaliere, Rodney Crowell, Chris Darrow, The dB's, Del Fuegos, Dennis Diken, Gabe Dixon, Thomas Dolby, Steve Forbert, Ruthie Foster, Andy Friedman, Kinky Friedman, Ruby Friedman Orchestra, Holly Golightly & the Brokeoffs, Jon Dee Graham, Great American Taxi, The Greencards, Hank III, Richard X Heyman, Peter Himmelman, Hobart Brothers, Peter Holsapple & Chris Stamey, Honeydripper (John Sayles), Hoodoo Gurus, Hot Club of Cowtown, Ray Wylie Hubbard, I See Hawks in L.A., Kate Jacobs, Freedy Johnston, Diana Jones, Ivan Julian, Candye Kane, Keb' Mo', Paul Kelly, Scott Kempner, Bap Kennedy, Hal Ketchum, Tommy Keene, Bill Kirchen, Jake La Botz, Sonny Landreth, Sam Llanas, Lucero, Raul Malo, Eleni Mandell, Marley's Ghost, Jimbo Mathus, Mavericks, Anne McCue, James McMurtry, Memphis Music Foundation, Scott Miller, Ryan Montbleau Band, Ian Moore, Gurf Morlix, Shawn Mullins, Nakia, Tracy Nelson, Gary Nicholson, Willie Nile, NRBQ, Christine Ohlman, David Olney, Over The Rhine, Patrolled by Radar, Lucky Peterson, Ed Pettersen, Pine Leaf Boys, Steve Poltz, Ponderosa Stomp, Real Gone Music, Vernon Reid, Stan Ridgway, Chelle Rose, Arlen Roth, Mitch Ryder, Martin Sexton, Billy Joe Shaver, Harry Shearer, Michelle Shocked, Shoes, Chris Smither, Amy Speace, Stax Records catalog, Stew & the Negro Problem, Chris Stills, Stone River Boys, Sugar Blue, Otis Taylor, Tea Leaf Green, Paul Thorn, Pam Tillis, Tres Chicas, The Trishas, Trombone Shorty, Uncle Monk, Verve Music Group, Loudon Wainwright III, Wagons, Seth Walker, Was (Not Was), Randy Weeks, Bill Wyman.
PRESS RELEASE: Austin band, seen on tours with Raul Malo and Ray Wylie Hubbard, co-wrote songs with Bruce Robison, Kevin Welch, Jason Eady and Jim Lauderdale; guest players include Kenny Vaughan, Harry Stinson, Viktor Krauss and Tammy Rogers.
AUSTIN, Texas — Writers love phrases with multiple meanings; they’re so much handier than mere single-idea word strings. That’s why it’s so perfect that The Trishas’ first…Continue
Posted on June 11, 2012 at 4:00pm
On the album, currently #2 at Americana Radio, Ringo Starr contributes vocals, guitar, handclaps and shakers to his own composition.
LOS ANGELES, Calif. — Texas troubadour Ray Wylie Hubbard will begin his Spring/Summer tour in support of his new album, The Grifter’s Hymnal, currently at #2 on the Americana Music Association’s radio chart, on May 31stin Seattle.
Whether you’re short on time due to an impending…Continue
Posted on May 16, 2012 at 1:00pm
Released on Proper American on June 5, album unites American, Irish traditions
LONDON, U.K. — Bap Kennedy’s solo career has been distinguished by fruitful partnerships with the brightest and best. His 1998 solo debut, Domestic Blues, was produced by Steve Earle, who has hailed the Belfast-based artist as “the best songwriter I ever heard.” After Lonely Street (2000), a tribute to two of Kennedy’s childhood musical heroes, Hank Williams and Elvis…Continue
Posted on April 30, 2012 at 3:00pm
Gift becomes emotionally compelling disc due June 28
AUSTIN, Texas — Forget the spring-cleaning metaphors. Though Jon Dee Graham chose Garage Sale as the title of his June 28…Continue
Posted on April 20, 2012 at 3:00pm
Twenty-two track package features CD and DVD; includes two new previously unreleased songs
WACO, Texas — Country songwriting icon and honky tonk hero Billy Joe Shaver and his Heart of Texas Band offer the best from his catalog of legendary songs in concert from the stage of the world’s largest honky tonk. Shaver’s Live at Billy Bob’s Texas, slated to be released July 17, 2012 on Smith Music Group is his first album in five years. The fully loaded special…Continue
Posted on April 12, 2012 at 2:30pm — 1 Comment