No. 13 (Winter 2003)
The Year in Texas Music
2002 Year in Review: From the return of the Dixie Chicks to the crowning of American Idol Kelly Clarkson and the introduction of Norah Jones, Texas music was a forced to be reckoned with in the last year. We look back at some of the biggest Texas music stories, albums and breakouts of 2002.
YIR – Jonesing for Norah: Dallas-raised singer-songwriter-pianist Norah Jones moved to New York and quietly released the most buzz-generated albums of the year, selling close to 2 million copies. And she doesn’t rap, rock or twang – she sings torch songs.
YIR – Ladies Love Outlaws - Waylon Jennings Remembered: One year after his death, we revisit the indomitable outlaw spirit of Waylon Jennings with a never-before-published interview with the country legend.
Q&A: David Baerwald
Texas Tales: The Legendary Stardust Cowboy
Spotlight: Beaver Nelson