Fire in the Water, Earth in the Air: Legends
of West Texas Music
"Indeed, Oglesby's introduction of more
than two dozen musicians who called Lubbock home should be required
reading not only for music fans, but for Lubbock residents and
anyone thinking about moving here. On these pages, music becomes
a part of Lubbock's living history."
Enjoy this variety
of Lubbock music videos.
FOUND: New Vintage Video Clip!
Terry Allen performs on Shindig, 1965
Austin country rockers La Tampiquena recorded a Live concert performance at south Austin's Road House Rags to celebrate Texas Independence Day March 2, 2010. La Tampiquena features three of Lubbock finest musicians: Mike Bernal on drums (on loan from his full-time gig with Dale Watson), Fletcher Murchison on mandolin, and Matt Lara on squeezebox and mouth harp. Also in the band are Will Dupuy on standup bass and lead vocals (formerly with South Austin Jug Band), and Matt Slesher on guitar (and vocals in this video). Lubbock guitar wizard Shad Daugherty often sits in with the band.
John Chambers and his Sweet Band
John Chambers is a third-generation Lubbock native. He co-produced his new CD "Simone" with Alan Crossland and Brian McRae. Chambers also writes for television and film. After years in L.A. and San Antonio, he now resides in Lubbock once again.
New Music from Lynda Kay
Sent: Tuesday, May 05, 2009 3:56 AM
Wade Parks with Matthew McLarty
READ Chris Oglesby's interview with Wade Parks
Jo Carol Pierce . 4-11-09 . Holy Weekend
Joe Don Davidson sings with the Planets
New Video short of Tom X Hancock
Director Tim Harman, a native of Lubbock, produces video shorts. Here is a piece on Tom X Hancock, the godfather of Lubbock music. Tom X discusses his non-fiction book "Zen and the Art of the Texas Two Step."
Classic Joe Ely Band on Austin City Limits
with Lesley Sawyer, Brian McRae, Curtis Peoples, & Alan Crossland
From the Sandstorm Picnic - Austin TX 4/25/08
Richard Bowden & Brian McRae jam with John Chambers
Chris Oglesby co-hosting the SandStorm Picnic 4/25/08
Trailer for "Lubbock Lights" co-produced by author Chris Oglesby
The Legendary Stardust Cowboy on Laugh In - Freak Out Lubbock Style!
golden oldie by Jack Huddle
The Nelsons - long-lost hit from the early '80s
MTV Basement Tapes
David Holt @ "The Spoon" - March 2008
Darren Welch Rocks!
of Love" live @ London's Cricketeer
& the Panhandle Mystery Band "Gimme a Ride to Heaven"
Lubbock legacy and Tech grad
Kay Parker & Lonesome
Natalie Maine's ode to her hometown "Lubbock or Leave It"
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