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Butch Hancock

Butch Hancock

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America's Local Talent 1977: The Sounds Of Austin

Overview by Joe Nick Patoski, Phonograph Record, May 1977

THANKS TO the migration of musicians who actually believed Austin's blind boast that it was the new country music capital of the world, the central ...

The Sons of Buddy Holly

Essay by Joe Nick Patoski, Texas Monthly, November 1978

Lubbock was the birthplace of rock'n'roll. And Texas rock'n'roll hasn't left home. ...

Butch Hancock

Interview by Richard Wootton, Omaha Rainbow, Spring 1978

YOU HAVE four songs on Joe Ely's album; how did you get started into songwriting? ...

Butch Hancock: Own & Own (Demon LP/Cassette/CD)

Review by Michele Kirsch, New Musical Express, 6 January 1990

OUT OF the Texas troubadour tradition croaks the least famous former Flatlander (early '70s cult Country band — write a letter to Fred Fact for ...

Lubbock on Everything: The Best Little Neo-Country Town in Texas?

Retrospective and Interview by Richard Gehr, unpublished, 1996

In 1996, Richard Gehr went down to Texas to explore the history and mythology of Buddy Holly’s home town. This was his unpublished report for ...

Lubbock on Everything: The Evocation of Place in Popular Music (A West Texas Example)

Essay by Blake Gumprecht, Journal of Cultural Geography, Fall 1998

Landscape into Art THE ROLE OF LANDSCAPE and the importance of place in literature, poetry, the visual arts, even cinema and television, is well established ...

see also Flatlanders, The


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