Austin City Limits

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University of Texas Press, 1987 - Music - 136 pages
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Clifford Endres captures the musical, magical world of Austin City Limits in this photographic history of public television's favorite and most critically acclaimed music program. 120 black-and-white and 30 color photographs.

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Since 1975, "Austin City Limits'' has showcased performances that ranged from country and bluegrass music through blues and jazz. Country music has always been the dominant fare, however, and the ... Read full review


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SCOTT NEWTON has been the house photographer for Austin City Limits since 1979. His work has been published on numerous album covers and in many magazines and books, including three books illustrated entirely by his work: two about Austin City Limits (the most recent being Austin City Limits: 25 Years of American Music) and The Improbable Rise of Redneck Rock: New Edition.

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