Bob Livingston shares his music and some great stories on an episode of Honky Tonk Happy Hour
I recently had the honor of meeting and working with the legendary Texas musician, Bob Livingston as he performed on an episode of Honky Tonk Happy Hour. His music performance was amazing and editing the interview segments down to a usable length is a real challenge because Bob has so many great stories about his contributions to the Cosmic Cowboy era in Austin, Texas (circa 1970) and stories of fellow musicians, including Michael Martin Murphy, Gary P. Nunn, Jerry Jeff Walker and the list goes on…
Bob Livingston is also the founder of Texas Music International – (TMI) is a non-profit 501(c) 3 organization founded in 1995 to explore multi-cultural themes in music and art. TMI also helps promote the music and folklore of Texas internationally. TMI produces Cowboys & Indians, a concert series for Texas theaters and schools. Cowboys & Indians is sponsored in part by the City of Austin Cultural Arts Division and a grant by the Texas Commission on the Arts. Bob is doing great things to spread Texas music, art and folklore throughout the world but he can use your help. If you would like to know more about TMI and how you can help – Contact Bob by clicking here. All donations to Texas Music International are tax deductable.
I am currently working feverishly with my partner, Wayne Granzin on editing the rest of this Honky Tonk Happy Hour episode. We should be posting more video clips soon. Ed Worland – a great new talented artist from Australia – also appears on this episode.