Located at Texas State University. Features CDs, journal, projects, and concerts.
Introduction, alphabetized list of artists and release titles with album cover images, and links.
Pre-recorded webcasts from New Braunfels, Texas. Plays polkas, waltzes, and other folk music.
Review and ordering information for the book edited by Roy R. Barkley, Douglas E. Barnett, Cathy Brigham, Gary Hartman, Casey Monahan, Dave Oliphant, and George B. Ward
Includes new artists,Texas legends, a Dance Hall directory, directory of venues, and Austin clubs and restaurants.
Texas music centered site with many Texas artists and albums.
For the April 2004 issue of Texas Monthly, writers Jeff McCord and John Morthland took on an ambitious assignment: coming up with a list of the 100 best Texas songs. The task required the two to make agonizing decisions. McCord and Morthland discuss their choices with NPR's Melissa Block. Excerpts of the top 10 are available for listening. [8:19 streaming audio broadcast]
Texas based site, reporting on dance dates and news of polka bands.
Promote and carry forward the heritage and customs of Czech, German, Polish, Slavic, Latin, Cajun, Country & Western, and Big Band music and dancing .
Dedicated to preserving and perpetuating the traditions of Texas music with an array of year-round music events. Based in Kerrville, Texas. Features press releases, calendar of events, newsletter, and membership form.
Tracks number of spins of charted songs from reporting radio stations.
Includes subscription information and stores that carry the magazine.
Information clearinghouse and promotion office for the Texas music industry. Maintains referral network of contacts.
Formerly known as The Texas Early Music Festival, they are a non-profit devoted to early music education and performance, presenting two workshops each year.
An all-male a cappella singing group. Booking information and show schedule.
Large directory of links to Texas musical artists, venues, live music listings, and the music scene in the state.
Hyperlinked encyclopedia article covering major styles and locations.
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