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Design by Melissa Webb
Cover StoriesFeaturesProfilesQ&AVol 4 Issue 5

LSM Cover Story: Robert Earl Keen Don’t Fence Me In: Trail-blazing, band-leading Robert Earl Keen never asked to be the king of the Texas music hill or even a household name. From "No Kinda Dancer" to "Ready for Confetti," he’s always dreamed of a bigger piece of sky.

By Richard Skanse (LSM Sept/Oct 2011/vol. 4 – Issue 5) Are you a hat, or a Robert Earl Keen? According to Rich Brotherton, that was …

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Cover StoriesFeatured Cover StoryFeaturesProfilesQ&AVol 4 Issue 3

LSM Cover Story: Joe Ely Lubbock Calling: When Joe Ely says he's "Satisfied at Last," take it with a grain of salt. Because with the keys to his creative kingdom in his own hands and his West Texas muse working overtime, this Crazy Lemon gathers no moss.

  By Richard Skanse (LSM May/June 2011/vol. 4 – Issue 3) Time holds no sway over Joe Ely. He could stand a little more of it, …

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Cody Canada & Seth James (Photo by Valerie Fremin)
Cover StoriesFeaturesProfilesVol 4 Issue 1

LSM Cover Story: Cody Canada and the Departed Departure Point: Teamed with blues rocker Seth James and a new posse of old friends, Cody Canada is ready for life after Cross Canadian Ragweed. But first he's going back to his Red Dirt roots to take care of some unfinished business.

By Richard Skanse (LSM Jan/Feb 2011/vol. 4 – Issue 1) On Oct. 24, 2010 — 16 years and 23 days after making its public debut on …

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Kerrville Folk Festvial founder 
Rod Kennedy and festival 
producer Dalis Allen.
Photo by Melissa Webb
Cover StoriesFeaturesProfilesVol 3 Issue 4

LSM Cover Story: Kerrville Folk Festival City of Song: For 39 years (and counting), the Kerrville Folk Festival has drawn music lovers from all walks of life deep into the heart of the Texas Hill Country. Some come as legends or to launch their careers; others, just to escape the real world, if only for a week or three. But nobody leaves untouched by song — and without a profound understanding of the words “Welcome Home.”

By Richard Skanse (LSM June/July 2010/vol. 3 – issue 4) In the before and after, Quiet Valley Ranch can be a little too quiet. Come …

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