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March 24, 2016

Not sure where to park, or what roads will be closed for Toyota Texas Music Revolution? Have no fear! The parking map is here! Parking will open one hour prior to gates each day, and entry to each lot is labeled. Parking is only $10, and attendants can take cash and credit cards! If you haven’t […]

From the backwoods of Argyle, Texas, George Dunham and the Bird Dogs have sprung onto the Texas music scene to deliver an old-fashioned, good-time country arse-whippin’ to all the fine music-lovin’ folk. The music of George Dunham delivers a powerful blend of Texas-country, gritty rock and three-part harmonies, with songs that reflect strong family ties, […]

Early on in his career, Garland, Texas native Austin Cunningham carved out a place for himself as a songwriter. He has had songs recorded by artists such as Hank Williams, Jr., Martina McBride, Dolly Parton, Wynonna, Chris Knight, Del McCoury, and the list goes on. Austin has songs on feature film soundtracks including Ashley Judd’s […]

Welcome to the Texas Music Revolution Museum! Make sure you join us at the Toyota Texas Music Revolution, this Friday and Saturday March 25-26 to make your own memories with an amazing lineup of artists. Get your tickets now!

Mark David Manders has been a mainstay in Texas music for over twenty years. His music reflects his life: an intriguing dichotomy of the introspective soul searcher and the beer swilling, drunken poet. His shows are high energy and unapologetic. His songs reek of alcohol with an occasional hint of guilt. Yet there is a […]

Mike Ryan is a singer/songwriter with a knack for pairing lyrics with music that breathe life into a song. Though Mike would tell you “I’ve still got some road to travel as a writer,” many will argue he’s already established himself when it comes to penning clever new tunes. Smooth and soulful, he has uncommon […]

“There must be something in the water: Kevin Deal is yet another serious Texas-based singer/songwriter. He’s in the Steve Earle/Joe Ely mold, both in terms of style and gambler’s instinct.”  — Billboard Magazine Time was – and not so long ago–that country was strictly working man’s music. Working women, too, of course–and we’re talking hard […]

When you’ve been on a world tour and signed to a major record label at the age of 16, played on both Letterman and Conan, built your own studio, started your own record label, formed a new band whose first full-length record spawned three top 20 singles on the Texas charts and a hit video […]

Seeing Big Joe Walker perform his bold brand of Texas country music removes any curiosity one has about how he got his nickname. The man fills a room, from his football lineman physique to his voice, personality, command of a stage, and natural sense of humor. In recent years the Dallas singer-songwriter has become a […]

The name Chubby Knuckle Choir came from former bass man, and original member Curtis Farley while working in Twisted Twig Studio with Rory and Perry.  It was shortened from Chubby Knucklehead Choir before the band took the name.  We’ll let Rory tell you the rest of the story. Some bands are content to remain within […]


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