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An Editorial Opinion by: Bradley Casada I get this question all the time, especially when the terms Red Dirt and Independent Country getthrown into the mix. The simple version is people singing about life from their point of view orlooking in on someone else’s, but the long story to come with it can come with it evolving justlike it all has. It has early roots such as Joe Ely, Townes Van Zandt, and Guy Clark. In the early 1960s they wheretouring West Texas, New Mexico, and Oklahoma with show’s extending out to Austin, California, andNew York. The writing of these..
By: Bradley Casada Cole Barnhill Putting Lubbock on the Texas Country Music Map AgainGoing to be honest, I don’t even know where to start this, other than Cole Barnhill has done itagain! As a music fan, some of my favorite memories are watching some of the West Texasmusicians grow. Cole is another artist that will put Lubbock, and the Blue Light back on the radar for “The nextBig Thing”! Joining names such as Pat Green, William Clark, Green, Cleto Cordero, and SladeCoulter for making Lubbock known as the city where musicians never sleep. I call it a luxury tosee shows..
By Bradley Cassada – DFW better watch out because Wade Bagley’s Music makes it a bad day to be a Beer!We need to take a moment to recognize Lava Cantina the venue I got to catch Wade Bagley at, known for having hot food and providing the hottest musicians in the scene! After eating the Flaming Lava Queso (Which I highly recommend!) I realized the live music was the real ﬁre in the building!Wade preformed a mixture of original such as Shad of You and Last Call, and a couple of New ones of his New EP! The rest of..