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Armadillo World Headquarters Strikes a New Chord

February 16, 2024 | By

Dave Dalton Thomas

The Armadillo World Headquarters never grew old. But its legend sure as hell did.
As a venue, it lasted not quite 11 years, from mid-1970 to the first hours of 1981.

A New Exhibit Goes Inside the Making of ‘¡Viva Terlingua!’

November 8, 2023 | By Michael Corcoran

When Craig Hillis visited ¡Viva Terlingua! The Big Bang of Texas Music in September, he was more amazed by what he heard than what he saw.

Looking Back to Luckenbach: 50 Years After the ‘¡Viva Terlingua!’ Sessions

August 1, 2023 | By Michael Corcoran

It’s considered one of the albums every Texan should know by heart. But when it was released 50 years ago, ¡Viva Terlingua!

The Lost Gonzo Band Talks Jerry Jeff Walker, Austin Music in the ’70s, and Reuniting at Gruene Hall

October 15, 2021 | By Joe Nick Patoski

The old band getting back together again is a familiar trope. But this isn’t any old band.

Hoping to Get Back to Live Performances, Texas Musician Gary P. Nunn Starts Group to Encourage Wearing Masks and Socializing Responsibly

July 2, 2020 | By Pam LeBlanc

Texas singer and songwriter Gary P. Nunn played his last live gig four months ago in New Braunfels, back in March before clubs and bars closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

At Home with the Armadillo: A Chat with Gary P. Nunn

January 23, 2018 | By

 
Before leading The Lost Gonzo Band, having his songs recorded by Roseanne Cash and Willie Nelson, and being recognized as the de-facto father of the progressive country scene in Austin, Gary P.

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