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Nanci Griffith - With Gratitude and Respect From The Splendid Bohemians- "Put On A Stack of 45's" Presents A Special Tribute Featuring "Sound Of The Speed Of Loneliness"- Sleep Well Nanci

“NANCI GRIFFITH- ANOTHER VACANCY ON THE BOULEVARD OF HEAVENLY DREAMS”- Folk and Country Angel Nanci Griffith boarded The Mystery Train on August 13 at the age of 68 . Her profound gift cannot be defined with any typical ease.

Posted 08/16/2021 12:49 PM

"Dig This With The Splendid Bohemians"- Townes Van Zandt- Bill Mesnik and Rich Buckland Examine the Sobering Saga of One of America's Greatest Songwriters and His West Texas Compadres

Posted 09/17/2018 03:01 PM

Townes Van Zandt- "High Low and In Between" and "The Late Great Townes Van Zandt"- The Original Acoustic Highway 22 Track, 1996 Release Featuring Both LP's and the Gentle Yet Searing Poetry That Was Townes Van Zandt


“What I do is between me and the Lord, to examine and possibly alter the state of grace in which I live, and thereby the state of grace of anybody who listens.”

Townes Van Zandt

Posted 06/07/2015 12:02 PM

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Kerrville Folk Festival '72 - Sides Three and Four of a Rare 2 LP Set Capturing the Very First Kerrville Folk Festival in 1972- With Townes Van Zandt, Guy Clark, Augie Meyers, Bill & Bonnie Hearne, Bobby Bridger, Hondo Crouch and Rick Stein

Bill and Bobby Hearne-”The Last Thing I Needed”/Guy Clark-”Anyhow, I Love You”/Rick Stein-”Another Lonely Night In Austin”/Townes Van Zandt-”Poncho and Lefty”/Augie Meyer-”Down To Mexico”/Milton Carroll-”Lovin’ You That’s All”/Hondo Crouch-”Luckenbach Daybreak”/Bobby Bridger- “Free My Spirit”.

Posted 11/25/2014 05:36 PM

Kerrville Folk Festival '72 - Sides One and Two of a Rare 2 LP Album Featuring Radiant Performances From the Very First Kerrville Folk Festival In 1972- With Townes Van Zandt, Willie Nelson, B.W. Stevenson, Jerry Jeff Walker and Others- 35 Minutes

Texas Fever- “Drunken Lady of The Morning” / Steve Fromholz-“Birds and Wolverines”/ The Threadgills- “I’m A Drifter”/ B.W. Stevenson- “Shambala”/ Willie Nelson- “The Party’s Over”/ Timberline Rose-”Camille’s Blues”/Steve Fromholz-”Dear Darcy”/ J.J Walker-”Charile Dunn”- Townes Van Zandt-”Techumseh”

Posted 11/24/2014 07:07 PM

Townes Van Zandt- A Tribute To Townes- Austin City Limits With Guy Clark, Emmylou Harris, Willie Nelson, Lyle Lovett, Nanci Griffith, Steve Earle, Rodney Crowell, Peter Rowan, Jack Clement and John T. Van Zandt

Just how good was Townes Van Zandt? The man was so very great that there is hardly a human alive who has heard him and has not been emotionally affected by his melody and visions. Steve Earle and many others have proclaimed, ‘forget Bob Dylan. Townes was the best singer /songwriter of my generation’

Posted 01/30/2013 05:53 PM