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Brent Best releases first solo album “Your Dog, Champ”

Texas has more than its share of proud traditions, but none prouder than the remarkable depth of its pool of storytellers. From Larry McMurtry to Jimmie Dale Gilmore, Cormac McCarthy to Ray Wylie Hubbard, the Lone Star state has been produced a stunning array of folks who’ve used both pen and song to convey tales […]

Cash’d Out at Slim’s w/ Kim Lenz, The B-Stars

Cash’d Out at Slim’s w/ Kim Lenz, The B-Stars Slim’s San Francisco, CA Friday, July 31, 2015 Doors @ 8 pm / Show starts @ 9 pm Ticket Link Press Photos Facebook Event “Cash’d Out is rollin in to the City by the Bay for a big ol show at Slim’s. We’re bringin Kim Lenz […]

The Hobo Nephews of Uncle Frank have a hit with “Old Number Four”

Less than 24 hours after the April 21 release of new Hobo Nephews of Uncle Frank album American Shuffle, the national sports media began providing extensive coverage of the song “Old Number Four.” Though not mentioned by name, the song is an homage to retired NFL legend Brett Favre. CBSSports.com broke the story on Wednesday, […]

Tina and the B-Sides releasing first album in 12 years

Tina and the B-Sides are releasing their first album in 12 years and we want YOU to be a part of it!!