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Sep 30
Malick’s lands.


Malick’s lands.


Sep 23
Here comes trouble.

Jerry Jeff Walker and Guy Clark.

Here comes trouble.

Jerry Jeff Walker and Guy Clark.

(via bothkindsofmusic)


Sep 12
Dennis Hopper as Ranger Lefty Enright, The Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2, 1986.

Dennis Hopper as Ranger Lefty Enright, The Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2, 1986.

(via radharness)


Sep 6
Sign of life.

Sign of life.

(via fuckyeahtx)


Sep 4

Everything’s big in…

nevver:

Happy Hour, The 99-Pack


Aug 31

Sunday morning music.


Aug 9

Aug 3

Sunday morning music.


Jul 24
Hecho en Austin.
robotcosmonaut:

Amber Heard
via ale-av

Hecho en Austin.

robotcosmonaut:

Amber Heard

via ale-av


Jul 23
Jackie Jack rides a bike.
endlessme:

Jerry Jeff Walker, 1970.
Via sapta-loka

Jackie Jack rides a bike.

endlessme:

Jerry Jeff Walker, 1970.

Via sapta-loka

(via seventyskid)


Jul 21

Jul 17
RIP, Johnny Winter.

A native of Beaumont, Winter was a fixture at [Austin’s] Vulcan Gas Company in 1968. …In one infamous story, Winter and his rhythm section of Uncle John Turner and Tommy Shannon were to open for the Muddy Waters Band for two nights. Muddy and band drove all day to get to the Vulcan and arrived just as their headlining set was to start. They performed a rather perfunctory hour and change set, which meant it was only about 11:15 p.m. so Winter played a set after Muddy, who was in his dressing room and came out to hear that amazing blues guitar playing. Muddy called a friend on the payphone, held it out for a minute of Johnny’s music, and got back on the line. “He white!,” Muddy exclaimed. “He REALLY white!”

 - from writer Michael Corcoran’s most excellent Facebook feed.

RIP, Johnny Winter.

A native of Beaumont, Winter was a fixture at [Austin’s] Vulcan Gas Company in 1968. …In one infamous story, Winter and his rhythm section of Uncle John Turner and Tommy Shannon were to open for the Muddy Waters Band for two nights. Muddy and band drove all day to get to the Vulcan and arrived just as their headlining set was to start. They performed a rather perfunctory hour and change set, which meant it was only about 11:15 p.m. so Winter played a set after Muddy, who was in his dressing room and came out to hear that amazing blues guitar playing. Muddy called a friend on the payphone, held it out for a minute of Johnny’s music, and got back on the line. “He white!,” Muddy exclaimed. “He REALLY white!”

 - from writer Michael Corcoran’s most excellent Facebook feed.


Jul 14
Meat Loaf and Blondie in “Roadie,” hecho en Austin.

Meat Loaf and Blondie in “Roadie,” hecho en Austin.


Jul 11
The King of Rock and Roll.
Joe King Carrasco at Barton Springs, 1985, photo by Pat Blashill.

The King of Rock and Roll.

Joe King Carrasco at Barton Springs, 1985, photo by Pat Blashill.


Jul 7
Mal hombre.

Mal hombre.

(via nickdrake)


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