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Author Atkinson, Brian T.,
Title Kent Finlay, Dreamer : The Musical Legacy behind Cheatham Street Warehouse / Brian T. Atkinson and Jenni Finlay ; foreword by George Strait.
Imprint College Station : Texas A&M University Press, [2016]
[Place of publication not identified] Texas A&M University Press 2016.
Edition First edition.

Author Atkinson, Brian T.,
Series John and Robin Dickson series in Texas music.
John and Robin Dickson series in Texas music.
Subject Finlay, Kent, 1938-2015 -- Influence.
Finlay, Kent, 1938-2015.
Cheatham Street Warehouse (Music-hall) -- Biography.
Blues (Music) -- History and criticism.
Country music -- History and criticism.
Country musicians -- Texas -- 20th century -- Interviews.
Honky-tonk musicians -- Texas -- Biography.
Composers -- Texas -- Biography.
Talent scouts -- Texas -- Biography.
Honky-tonk musicians -- Texas -- History and criticism -- Biography.
Composers -- Texas -- History and criticism -- 20th century -- Biography.
Country musicians -- Texas -- Interviews.
Country music.
Blues (Music)
Texas -- Intellectual life -- 20th century.
Alt Name Finlay, Jenni, 1979-
Description 1 online resource.
polychrome rdacc
Edition First edition.
Note Includes index.
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references.
Contents The story -- My favorite singer -- McCulloch County -- West Texas -- Music in the blood -- Didn't we have us a time -- San Angelo to San Marcos -- The High Cotton Express -- Hondo -- Cheatham Street Warehouse -- Right or wrong -- Texas flood -- I've written some life -- The sky above, the mud below -- Hours a day -- A voice in the wilderness -- Good time van -- Purgatory road -- Home again -- Don't tell me -- Lost and found -- Blanco River meditation #2 -- Legacies -- The players -- Marcia Ball -- Darrell Staedtler -- George Strait -- Ray Wylie Hubbard -- Omar Dykes (Omar and the Howlers) -- Cleve Hattersley (Greezy Wheels) -- Jon Dee Graham (The Skunks) -- Jesse Sublett (The Skunks) -- Will Sexton -- Joe Ely -- Monte Montgomery -- Eric Johnson -- Joe "King" Carrasco -- Ernie Durawa (Texas Tornadoes) -- Diana Finlay Hendricks -- Travis Warren (Blind Melon) -- Radney Foster -- Walt Wilkins -- Bruce Robison -- Terri Hendrix -- Todd Snider -- James McMurtry -- John Arthur Martinez -- Hal Ketchum -- Slaid Cleaves -- Adam Carroll -- Randy Rogers -- Cody Canada (Cross Canadian Ragweed, The Departed) -- Willy Braun (Reckless Kelly) -- William Clark Green -- Hayes Carll -- Robert Ellis -- Joe Pug -- Steve Poltz -- Scott H. Biram -- Sunny Sweeney -- Brennen Leigh -- Noel McKay -- Jamie Wilson (The Trishas) -- Robyn Ludwick -- Owen Temple -- Jack Ingram -- Afterword.
Note English.
Description based on print version record.
ISBN 162349379X
9781623493790 (electronic bk.)
9781623493783
1623493781
OCLC # 1058808317
Additional Format Print version: 1623493781.


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