South Plains Fair, Lubbock Texas; the Fairpark Colliseum was host to a timeline of Rock and Roll. For those of you who aren't familiar with the South Plains Fair concert practices, each year around the middle or last of September the city of Lubbock Texas has this big county fair with all the trimmings including listener appreciation concerts from most of it's radio stations. Since, so many Lubbock stations offer free tickets for concerts each year; it gives Lubbock li...Views: 1430
Lubbock music store Ralph's Records, formerly known as Ralph's Records and Tapes has just opened a super store. The recently expanded store on 82nd Street opened amidst the naysayers, and economic gloom and doomers with vim, vigor, vinyl; and live music courtesy of Halestorm, Skillet, and The Art of Dying, and local radio station KFMX. The in store event was in celebration of Record Store Day, and to inform the general public that it isn't final for vinyl. Although, author has be...Views: 1047
Texas, U.S.A. music stores reporting Yamaha trade solid despite the earthquake, tsunami, and other array of catastrophies. Richard Barnett of Tarpley's Music Stores located in Amarillo, Lubbock, and San Angelo, TX has given reassurances that currently the only threats to trade with the Japanese multifaceted corporation Yamaha ( focusing primarily on it's music division now) from what h...Views: 1080 Rating:
Texas, often called the Lone Star state; is represented by one white star centered in a blue square with wide horizontal red and white stripes-the Texas flag. This publication is dedicated to music in that state from Classical to Big Band, Gospel to Rock and more. Texas, one star with many sounds.