Kent Finlay, Dreamer: The Musical Legacy behind Cheatham Street Warehouse

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KENT
FINLAY,
DREAMER
The Musical Legacy behind
Cheatham Street Warehouse

Brian T. Atkinson and Jenni Finlay

FOREWORD BY GEORGE STRAIT

TEXAS A&M UNIVERSITY PRESS    COLLEGE STATION

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page 3
  • Contents 9
  • Foreword 13
  • Preface 15
  • Acknowledgments 19
  • Introduction 23
  • Part I - The Story 29
  • 1 - My Favorite Singer 31
  • 2 - McCulloch County 33
  • 3 - West Texas 37
  • 4 - Music in the Blood 44
  • 5 - Didn’t We Have Us a Time 47
  • 6 - San Angelo to San Marcos 53
  • 7 - The High Cotton Express 56
  • 8 - Hondo 59
  • 9 - Cheatham Street Warehouse 65
  • 10 - Right or Wrong 80
  • 11 - Texas Flood 87
  • 12 - I’Ve Written Some Life 91
  • 13 - The Sky above, the Mud below 93
  • 14 - Twenty-Four Hours a Day 95
  • 15 - A Voice in the Wilderness 99
  • 16 - Good Time Van 101
  • 17 - Purgatory Road 104
  • 18 - Home Again 107
  • 19 - Don’t Tell Me 109
  • 20 - Lost and Found 112
  • 21 - Blanco River Meditation #2 115
  • 22 - Legacies 117
  • Part II - The Players 127
  • 23 - Marcia Ball 129
  • 24 - Darrell Staedtler 132
  • 25 - George Strait 135
  • 26 - Ray Wylie Hubbard 138
  • 27 - Omar Dykes (Omar and the Howlers) 141
  • 28 - Cleve Hattersley (Greezy Wheels) 143
  • 29 - Jon Dee Graham (the Skunks) 146
  • 30 - Jesse Sublett (the Skunks) 148
  • 31 - Will Sexton 151
  • 32 - Joe Ely 154
  • 33 - Monte Montgomery 156
  • 34 - Eric Johnson 159
  • 35 - Joe "King" Carrasco 162
  • 36 - Ernie Durawa (Texas Tornadoes) 164
  • 37 - Diana Finlay Hendricks 167
  • 38 - Travis Warren (Blind Melon) 174
  • 39 - Radney Foster 177
  • 40 - Walt Wilkins 179
  • 41 - Bruce Robison 183
  • 42 - Terri Hendrix 186
  • 43 - Todd Snider 190
  • 44 - James McMurtry 196
  • 45 - John Arthur Martinez 199
  • 46 - Hal Ketchum 204
  • 47 - Slaid Cleaves 207
  • 48 - Adam Carroll 210
  • 49 - Randy Rogers 213
  • 50 - Cody Canada (Cross Canadian Ragweed, the Departed) 219
  • 51 - Willy Braun 222
  • 52 - William Clark Green 224
  • 53 - Hayes Carll 227
  • 54 - Robert Ellis 230
  • 55 - Joe Pug 232
  • 56 - Steve Poltz 234
  • 57 - Scott H. Biram 237
  • 58 - Sunny Sweeney 239
  • 59 - Brennen Leigh 241
  • 60 - Noel McKay 243
  • 61 - Jamie Wilson (the Trishas) 244
  • 62 - Robyn Ludwick 246
  • 63 - Owen Temple 248
  • 64 - Jack Ingram 250
  • Afterword 255
  • Postscript 259
  • Index 271
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