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FeaturesProfilesVol 4 Issue 1

The Guitar Whisperers When guitars — and their owners — gently weep in agony, these maestros of instrument repair have the magic touch to save the music.

By D.C. Bloom (LSM Jan/Feb 2011/vol. 4 – Issue 1) Lloyd Maines has seen it all over a musical career that’s taken him from Lubbock to …

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FeaturesProfilesVol 3 Issue 6

Carryin’ on with Dale Watson Austin’s most reliable honky-tonker polishes off another “Ameripolitan” gem

By Brian T. Atkinson (LSM Oct/Nov 2010/vol. 3 – issue 6) Dale Watson’s Carryin’ On slices life from between the drum riser and dance floor. …

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Kerrville Folk Festvial founder 
Rod Kennedy and festival 
producer Dalis Allen.
Photo by Melissa Webb

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.”

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Artist Q&A's

Photo by Jeff Swensen
FeaturesQ&AVol 6 Issue 4

Q&A: Bob Schneider Catching up with the king of the Live Music Capital of the World

By Richard Skanse (LSM July/Aug 2013/Vol. 6 – Issue 4) What do you want to know?” Bob Schneider strides into the greenroom at New Braunfels’ …

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FeaturesQ&AVol 6 Issue 3

Q&A: Guy Clark (interviewed by James McMurtry) The legendary Texas troubadour talks about the high price of inspiration, the merits of rolling your own, and songs from his new record, "My Favorite Picture of You."

By James McMurtry (LSM May/June 2013/vol. 6 – Issue 3) [EDITOR’S NOTE: On the first night of this year’s SXSW, I cornered Tamara Saviano, producer …

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FeaturesQ&AVol 6 Issue 2

Q&A: Kris Kristofferson Feeling mortal — but full of gratitude — the Rhodes scholar outlaw troubadour looks back on a life of song and bold decisions while embracing his present state of grace.

By Scott Schinder (March/April 2013/vol. 6 – Issue 2) At 76, Kris Kristofferson is currently making some of the best music of his career. The …

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Todd Snider at Cheatham Street. (Courtesy Cheatham Street Foundation Archives)
FeaturesQ&AVol 6 Issue 2

Songs & Stories of San Marcos: Todd Snider on Cheatham Street Warehouse "I'm gonna carve my name in the bar ..."

By Andrew Dansby (March/April 2013/vol. 6 – Issue 2) For years Todd Snider has been based out of and inspired by his home base of …

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Red Shahan – Culberson County