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No. 39 (Summer 2009)

The Ascension of St. Vincent: With her widely acclaimed 2007 debut, Marry Me, Dallas-reared Annie Clark - aka St. Vincent - made adventurous indie-rock fans a proposal they couldn't refuse. Now, with Actor, she's back to seal the deal.

Kerrville Idols: From "Dallas" to Dalis, New Folk flies on: Over the last 37 years, thousands of songwriters from across the land have vied for the honor of adding "Kerrville New Folk Winner" to their resumes. But the illustrious list of New Folk honorable mentions - like Lyle Lovett - proves the competition is fierce.

Slaid Cleaves Q&A: Austin's favorite New England transplant talks about grave inspirations, the merits of a good mentor and adapting to Texas.

Tribute: Turner Stephen Bruton: As a guitarist, producer and songwriter, Stephen Bruton always worked with the best of the best. But he touched many people in ways that reached far beyond music.

Tribute: "Poodie": For more than 30 years, Randall "Poodie" Locke was the most famous stage manager in Texas - and the jovial calm at the heart of the Willie universe.

SPOTLIGHT - Texas Talent you should know about
Girl in a Coma
Wild Moccasins
Amanda Shires

TexMix2009 SUMMER Compilation CD (included in magazine)
Charlie Robison
Ben Kweller
Johnathan Tyler
Micky and the Motorcars
Electric Touch
Dale Watson
Spain Colored Orange
Luke Olson

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