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THE ORIGINAL TEXAS MUSIC MAGAZINE
February 2016
VOLUME XLI, NUMBER 8

In This Issue:

The Neal McCoy
you don't know

You Don't Know Me is a whole new voice.

By Mary Jane Farmer, Scene In Town


Terri Hendrix: "Every day is precious"

This year, she plans to release four - yes, four - new albums and a new book. By Tom Geddie It's been 20 years since Terri Hendrix released her first album, the youthfully delightful and sometimes quirky Two Dollar Shoes.

By Tom Geddie


Texas Musicians Museum pays tribute
to "The Day the Music Died."

Exhibit features artifacts of , including Buddy Holly, Ritchie
Valens and J.P. "The Big Bopper" Richardson.

By Jason Meyer


Blah Blah

Record Review

Americana



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