Austin City Limits: 25 Years of American Music

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Billboard Books, 2000 - Music - 192 pages
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The longest-running showcase on television today celebrates a quarter-century of the best of America's music--from country, blues, and folk, to rock, bluegrass, Tejano, and more--with this exuberant, informative, richly illustrated, and highly entertaining book for Austin City Limits fans (past, present, and future) and music fans everywhere.

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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

Contents

SETTING THE STAGE
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THE AUSTIN SCENE Groovers Paradise
20
THE SHOW Austin Unlimited
26
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Davis, who has written books and many articles about music and the city of Austin for regional and nationial publications, is a music columnist for the Austin American-Statesman.

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