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    And other famous Texas rockers or musicians:
    Janis Joplin
    Meat Loaf
    Don Henley
    Steve Miller
    Fabulous Thunderbirds
    Jessica Simpson (well, not really a rock star, butt...)
    Patrick Swayze (he actually had a hit, something about blowin wind)
    Stevie Ray Vaughn
    Woody Guthrie
    Roy Orbison
    Van Cliburn (the classical piano guy)
    Mac Davis
    Dixie Chicks
    Stephen Stills (of Crosby, Stills & Nash (& Young))
    T Bone Burnett (He did the Oh Brother soundtrack)
    Destiny's Child (Yuk)
    Clint Black
    Freddy Fender
    Delbert McClinton (great Blues!)
    Asleep at the Wheel
    Boz Scaggs
    Erykah Badu
    T-Bone Walker
    Kenny Rogers
    Lyle Lovett
    Clarence Gatemouth Brown
    Christopher Cross
    Michael Nesmith (Hey Hey, He's a Monkey!)
    Mickey Gilley and his "Urban Cowboy" Band
    Terry Bozzio
    Johnny Horton
    Selena
    LeAnn Rimes
    Gene Autry
    La Mafia
    Eric Johnson (one of the best guitarists in the world!)
    George Jones
    Barbara Mandrell
    Charley Pride
    Kris Kristofferson
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    Originally posted by Steelsun
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    Originally posted by naramation


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    Straight from the TP! And I don't mean the Trailer Park.

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    My favorite southern stereotype is the Southern Lawyer... overweight Boss Hogg-looking fellow with a white tuxedo and suspenders.
    Using your unpaid time to add free content to SitePoint Pty Ltd's portfolio?

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    Shouldn't one of those sayings have something to do with trading in your truck for a Japanese hatchback?
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    Originally posted by W. Luke
    Shouldn't one of those sayings have something to do with trading in your truck for a Japanese hatchback?
    That goes past funny into downright wrong. I would never trade in my trucks.
    Straight from the TP! And I don't mean the Trailer Park.

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    Originally posted by Hellbent


    That goes past funny into downright wrong. I would never trade in my trucks.
    Amen.

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    Japanese Hatchback = Speedbump
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    Scope this out!

    Couldn't help but notice the thread about Texas music. I'm from the Capital of LIVE Music...Austin. (no offense Houston dude!) Houston is KooL though.

    I wuz borned there.... right about the time my daddy ran into the bathroom when my momma wuz gettin off the pot and hollared "honey, don't flush it. It's got eyes!"

    Actually though, I was really pooped on a limb by a buzzard!

    I run a little fun site about Austin music and related topics. I've got a long list of Austin/Texas based bands & musicians if you guys want to visit some links to some of these bands.

    The URL is: http://www.AustinSinger.com/austinbands.html

    Great thread though. I was raised in east Texas, so I can relate. But honesty, I never have dated my sister. I haven't! (however, she does dip more snuff than I do...)
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    Yeah, Austin's music scene is much better than Houston, and you have SXSW. Houston seems to have driven away almost all the good talent.

    About all we have that is local and stays around are Beans Barton & The Bipeds (very interesting group).

    Only a few good small live venues left: Dan Electros, Mucky Duck, Last Concert Cafe, etc.
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    Originally posted by Hellbent

    It seems to me people in the politcally correct era have begun to take themselves too seriously. At the first hint of something off colour they seem to flare into indignation. I find that offensive. Duct tape and pickup trucks are a way of life in the south. Why not poke a little fun?
    Texan using non-american spelling?
    Abhishek

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    Re: Scope this out!

    Originally posted by Rockrz
    Couldn't help but notice the thread about Texas music. I'm from the Capital of LIVE Music...Austin. (no offense Houston dude!) Houston is KooL though.

    I wuz borned there.... right about the time my daddy ran into the bathroom when my momma wuz gettin off the pot and hollared "honey, don't flush it. It's got eyes!"

    Actually though, I was really pooped on a limb by a buzzard!

    I run a little fun site about Austin music and related topics. I've got a long list of Austin/Texas based bands & musicians if you guys want to visit some links to some of these bands.

    The URL is: http://www.AustinSinger.com/austinbands.html

    Great thread though. I was raised in east Texas, so I can relate. But honesty, I never have dated my sister. I haven't! (however, she does dip more snuff than I do...)
    Everyone thinks we are married to our cousins and that we have all seen a UFO... The truth is that I am only dating my cousin and I could have sworn it wasn't a weather balloon

    And yes Austin's music scene is awesome! I tried to get into Austin City Limits to see Pat Green but it somehow sold out!

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    Originally posted by Abhishek Reddy

    Texan using non-american spelling?
    Heh, You know how it is. Every now and again you throw the foreigners a bone
    Straight from the TP! And I don't mean the Trailer Park.

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    Cool King Curtis - cookin'!!

    Memphis Soul Stew [Live at Fillmore West] (7 MB .mp3 )

    http://www.tsimon.com/curtis.htm

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    I run a little fun site about Austin music and related topics. I've got a long list of Austin/Texas based bands & musicians if you guys want to visit some links to some of these bands.
    Nice site for Austin venues, Rockrz. One question though, any reason why you don't have Top of the Mark listed? I haven't been to 6th street in years with the exception of shooting pictures for clients. Did Katz's - Top of the Mark close? I used to go there when Duck Soup was popular.

    When I lived in Houston, I preferred the local jazz bars downtown (places where most people feared to tread) because I like the atmosphere in most. The night club scene was way too weird for me, especially in Houston. That was a long time ago and I'm sure those places don't exist today.

    Here are some more famous and infamous people which I was surpised by some. Never would've though it.

    Red Adair
    Alvin Ailey
    Mary Kay Ash
    Stephen F. Austin
    Ninnie Baird
    Clyde Barrow
    Gail Borden
    Carol Burnett
    Cyd Charisse
    Claire Lee Chennault
    William P. Clements, Jr.
    Joan Crawford
    Walter Cronkite
    J. Frank Dobie
    Charlie Dunn
    Phil Gramm
    Larry Hagman
    Oveta Culp Hobby
    Ima Hogg
    Buddy Holly
    Sam Houston
    Howard Hughes
    Kay Bailey Hutchison
    Molly Ivins
    Lyndon Baines Johnson
    Jack Johnson
    Scott Joplin
    Richard King
    Gib Lewis
    Mance Lipscomb
    Jayne Mansfield
    Stanley Marsh 3
    Mary Martin
    Don Meredith
    Ann Miller
    Willie Nelson
    Chester William Nimitz
    Lee Harvey Oswald
    Bonnie Parker
    Quanah Parker - My Great Great Grandpa (My roots in Texas go way back)
    Richard Petty
    H. Ross Perot
    Bill Pickett
    T. Boone Pickens, Jr.
    Katharine Ann Porter
    Dan Rather
    Robert Rauschenberg
    Sam Rayburn
    Tex Ritter
    Gene Roddenberry
    Karl Rove
    Nolan Ryan
    Frances Fisher
    Larry Hagman
    Lyndon Johnson
    Lady Bird Johnson
    Jamie Fox
    Dwight Eisenhower
    John Connally
    Sissy Spacek
    Joan Crawford
    Ross Perot
    Barry White
    Dan Rather
    Tommy Lee Jones
    Matthew McConaughey
    Jaclyn Smith
    Farrah Fawcett
    Janine Turner
    Renee Zellweger
    Bill Paxton
    Jennifer Love Hewitt
    Forest Whitaker
    Lou Diamond Phillips
    Randy and Dennis Quaid
    Edgar Winter
    Steve Martin
    Woody Harrelson
    Ethan Hawke
    Aaron Spelling
    Debbie Allen
    Phylicia Rashad
    Boz Scaggs
    Kenneth Starr
    JoBeth Williams
    Joe Don Baker
    Robbie Benson
    Dan Blocker
    Betty Buckley
    Gary Busey
    Dabney Coleman
    Sandy Duncan
    Peri Gilpin
    Don Henley
    Johnny Mathis
    Lee Horsley
    Phyllis George
    Bill Moyers
    Crystal Bernard
    Spanky MacFarland
    Jerri Hall
    Morgan Fairchild (Patsy McClenny)
    Stone Phillips
    Powers Boothe
    Sam Donaldson
    Johnny Nash
    Rip Torn
    Guy Clark
    John Hillerman
    Anna Nicole
    Irene "granny" Ryan
    Lisa Whelchel
    Mike Judge
    Barry Corbin Lamesa
    Meat Loaf (Marvin Aday)
    L.Q. Jones
    Ann Sheridan
    Willie Shoemaker
    Sissy Spacek
    Roger Staubach
    Willie Nelson

    Tid bit: Did you know the legendary Texas Chainsaw Massacre was actually based on an incident that happened in Wisconsin. If I can find the story I'll post it.

    Some maybe repeats as I pulled from two different sites.
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    I'm intrigued by the relevence of "famous" peoples living in a place to its "greatness". I'm fairly sure you could take any town or country in the world and discover fame/infamy (spread depending of course on locally available media)... I know I could construct a list off the top of my head of peeps from N'pton (where I currently reside...haven't been here that long), and it's not a "wonderful" place by any means....

    I dunno...state-ism, nationalism...not having a pop, it just all seems a little banal to me...
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    Originally posted by TheOriginalH
    I'm intrigued by the relevence of "famous" peoples living in a place to its "greatness". I'm fairly sure you could take any town or country in the world and discover fame/infamy (spread depending of course on locally available media)... I know I could construct a list off the top of my head of peeps from N'pton (where I currently reside...haven't been here that long), and it's not a "wonderful" place by any means....

    I dunno...state-ism, nationalism...not having a pop, it just all seems a little banal to me...
    I would expect you to say that TOH being that "location" is of no importance to you.

    Maybe it is banal to you but I was very surprised to find some of these people were actually from Texas because they don't fit the typical "Texas" mold. It would be the same if you were to list some that were from the UK. I'm sure I would be surprised as well. Its all trivial yes, but still interesting to some.

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    Cool, yep - the "not in the mould" thing makes it make a little more sense....sorry .

    In that spirit, my favourite is Bob Marley, whose father was.....Welsh!
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    One question though, any reason why you don't have Top of the Mark listed?
    That's the kind of suggestions I need.
    I'll get it up today, as soon as I do a quick search and find their site so I can get their actual address.

    If you think of any other Austin area bars, or bands that should be listed please let me know.

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    TOH - See? I didn't know that about Bob Marley. Interesting.

    Rockrz - Here is another band - Rotel and the Hot Tomatoes

    And this is the only site I could find for Duck Soup

    There is also a jazz band in the UK called Duck Soup.

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    Hats off to Hellbent for starting a great thread!

    I even started downloading some of the music- great stuff.

    Just one question/comment;

    I thought that Texas was not really part of what we call "the South". Texans have a distinct accent, and and have oil wells and ranches, not not alligators and old dead cars on people's front lawns like I've heard they have in places like Alabama, Georgia, ect...

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    down there, the twain DO meet

    hey - I'm certainly ignorant of Texican ways (and, tbh, prefer it that way ), but my guess is that East Texas types consider themselves Southern, while those from West Texas think of themselves as Western
    the typical "Texas" mold
    there's probably a fungicide that can deal with that

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    Originally posted by akohl
    Hats off to Hellbent for starting a great thread!

    I even started downloading some of the music- great stuff.

    Just one question/comment;

    I thought that Texas was not really part of what we call "the South". Texans have a distinct accent, and and have oil wells and ranches, not not alligators and old dead cars on people's front lawns like I've heard they have in places like Alabama, Georgia, ect...
    Actually we have alligators in Texas (BIG ones) and dead cars in driveways. I have a dead car. Well not dead, just an extra car I don't drive which I'm giving to my step daughter just cause she needs one. You rarely see an oil derrick pumping oil (in my area anyway) but there are some around. It's not so much our accent that distinguishes us from the rest of the south, but how we say things.

    Here are examples: Oh and before I start, mmi, your hilarious!

    Texas is a state of mind. Texas is an obsession. Above all, Texas is a nation
    in every sense of the word - Author John Steinbeck

    If you've ever driven across Texas, you know how different one area of the
    state can be from another. Take El Paso. It looks as much like Dallas as I look
    like Jack Nicklaus - Pro Golfer Lee Trevino

    Texas is the crossroads of the world. Everything here is big - Bobby Lee.

    I must say as to what I have seen of Texas, it is the garden spot of the world,
    the best land and the best prospects for health I ever saw, and I do believe it is
    a fortune to any man to come here - Alamo hero Davey Crockett

    I am forced to conclude that God made Texas on his day off, for pure
    entertainment, just to prove that all that diversity could be crammed into one
    section of earth by a really top hand - Author Mary Lasswell

    Texas is neither southern nor western. Texas is Texas - Senator William Blakley

    I thought I knew Texas pretty well, but I had no notion of it's size until I
    campaigned it - Former Governor Ann Richards

    I done drew the line. Just like the Alamo. You're either on one side of the
    line or the other. I don't want to ever leave Texas again - Former Houston Oilers
    coach Bum Phillips

    I think Texans have more fun than the rest of the world - Choreographer
    Tommy Tune

    I love Texas because Texas is future-oriented, because Texans think anything
    is possible. Texans think big - Senator Phil Gramm

    Houston is, without a doubt, the weirdest, most entertaining city in Texas,
    consisting as it does of subtropical forest, life in the fast lane, a layer of oil,
    cowboys and spacemen - Texas Tourism Guide

    I feel safer on a racetrack than I do on Houston's freeways - Car racing
    legend A.J. Foyt

    My favorite Aggie joke? I'm sorry I don't understand the question - Singer
    Lyle Lovett - Texas A&M class of 1979

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    Unhappy "a whole other country" - if only it were

    Money is like manure. If you spread it around, it does a lot of good, but if you pile it up in one place, it stinks like hell. - Clint W Murchison, Texas financier
    See, Iím so light, it donít seem right
    to go to the colored rest room;
    my daughterís brown, and folks frown on that in Texas,
    I just donít know how to go to the bathroom in the free world! - Ray Durem

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    That is all true URally!

    I am from Houston (Southeast Texas) but I live in Lubbock (Northwest Texas) and the climate is completely different. In Houston it is 100% humidity most of the year. It could be January with a temperature of 45 but it feels like 90. Here in Lubbock though it is dry as a bone.... This is the dust bowl (we are actually having a dust storm as I type this). The climate here is basically no humidity, no real rain, and no major rivers. Lubbock doesn't have a drainage system installed under the road because there has never been a need for one


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