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No. 28 (Fall 2006)

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Stuff That Holds Up – 35 years after moving to Nashville, Guy Clark remains Texas' most revered singer-songwriter.

Twice As Good II – Food & Music in Texas 2006: Picking up where we left off in our first "Twice As Good" feature five years ago, we round up another batch of great Texas restaurants that also serve up a mean music menu – or great live music venues where you can fill your belly up with more than beer.

Artists' Picks: We asked a few of our favorite Texas artists to sing the praises of their favorite restaurants in the Lone Star State. Their picks range from the famed (Joe T. Garcia's) to low-key, best-kept secrets: The next time you're waiting for your ribs at the City Meat Market in Giddings, don't be surprised if the guy sitting next to you, reading the newspaper over your shoulder, is none other than Lyle Lovett.

Q&A: Pat Green
Pioneers: Illinois Jacquet
Spotlight: Los Skarnales, Sam Baker

***Free CD features songs by Doug Moreland, Willie J. Laws, Bunker Soldier, AM. ZEROS, Kacey Musgraves, The Lucky Tomblin Band, The Uncle Bill Roach Band, CoCo-Bann, Pauline Reese and High Country, Jason Boland and the Stragglers, Two Tons of Steel, Dynah, DAX, Trent Summar, and Jon Christopher Davis.

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