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Aaron Watson is an American country singer.
Watson was born in Amarillo, Texas and attended Abilene Christian University, where he began learning guitar, after playing junior college baseball in New Mexico. He gigged around Texas before releasing his debut album, A Texas Cafe; the follow-up, Shuttupanddance, was a regional sales success. His 2004 album, The Honky Tonk Kid, was produced by Ray Benson and features an appearance from Willie Nelson.
Although he’s nominated for a Gruene with Envy Texas music award as New Artist of the Year, Casey Donahew’s actually got six years, three albums and a legion of fans behind him. Donahew began performing in Fort Worth at the now -defunct Thirsty Armadillo and R Bar when he was barely old enough to drink legally.
Charlie Daniels (born Charles Edward Daniels on October 28, 1936 in Wilmington, North Carolina) is an American musician famous for his contributions to country and southern rock music. He is known primarily for his Number One country hit "The Devil Went Down to Georgia", and multiple other songs he has performed and written. Daniels has been active as a singer since the early 1950s. He was inducted into the Grand Ole Opry on January 24, 2008.[
Cory Morrow (born May 1, 1972 in Houston, Texas) is a singer/songwriter who has gained popularity throughout the Southwest. Morrow started playing guitar at Memorial High School in Houston. He continued to develop as a musician while attending Texas Tech University, where he was a member of the Phi Gamma Delta fraternity.
Jack Owen Ingram (born November 15, 1970) is an American country music artist signed to Big Machine Records, an independent record label. He has released eight studio albums, one extended play, six live albums and fifteen singles.
Kevin Fowler (born Amarillo, Texas) is an American country music artist. He has released five studio albums, and has charted two singles on the Billboard Hot Country Songs charts: "Ain't Drinkin' Anymore" (2004) and "Best Mistake I Ever Made" (2008), which respectively reached #49 and #47. In addition, he wrote Sammy Kershaw's 2003 single "Beer, Bait & Ammo", Mark Chesnutt's 2004 single "The Lord Loves the Drinkin' Man" and Montgomery Gentry's 2009 single "Long Line of Losers".
Patrick Craven (Pat) Green (born April 5, 1972 in San Antonio, Texas) is an American country music artist. Active since 1995, he has recorded a total of ten studio albums, including several independent works, three for Republic Records and one for BNA. Fifteen of his singles have charted on the Billboard Hot Country Songs charts, of which the highest-peaking is the #3 "Wave on Wave" from his gold-certified album of the same name.
Nashville, TN – June 5, 2009 – The Americana Music Association announced their 2009 nominees for Honors and Awards ceremony, and Texas-roots rockers Reckless Kelly acquired a nomination—their first ever in from the AMA – in the Duo or Group of the Year category. Voting for the awards ends June 12, 2009.
Robert Earl Keen
Robert Earl Keen, Junior (born January 11, 1956 in Houston, Texas) is a Texan singer-songwriter. He is popular with traditional country music fans, folk music fans, the college radio crowd and alt-country fans. Keen currently resides in Kerrville, Texas and maintains a ranch in Medina, Texas.
Roger Creager (born July 25, 1971) is an award-winning Texas country music singer and songwriter.
In 1980, a style of 'neocountry disco music' was popularized by the film Urban Cowboy, which also included more traditional songs such as 'The Devil Went Down to Georgia' by the Charlie Daniels Band. A related subgenre is Texas country music.
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