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Texas Folklife

Folk and Traditional Arts of Texas

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  • Posted on Wed Nov 13, 2013

    After the success of the nightclub he founded in 1975, Clifford Antone opened the doors to Antone's Record Shop in the summer of 1987. Located across the street from his legendary nightclub, the record shop quickly became the place to hang out before seeing whatever show was to take place later that evening. Still in its original location, just north of the UT campus, Antone's Record Shop continues to host one of the largest selections of used vinyl in central Texas.

  • Posted on Thu Oct 24, 2013

    WOBEON seeks to provide a quality source of news, events and other resources for discerning World Music afficionados at the local, national and international levels. At the centerpeice of our first offering is a definitive calendar of World Music events in your neck of the woods and elsewhere. Also featured are op-ed pieces by a fine, growing group of World Music luminaries who have a point of view and are keen to share it. Our start may be small, but our vision is large, our passion limitless. Stay tuned. WOBEON.

  • Posted on Wed Oct 23, 2013

    UT Austin LBJ School of Public Affairs is a major community partner in our Stories from Deep in the Heart youth radio program. 


  • Posted on Wed Oct 23, 2013

    Austin Independent School District (AISD) is a major community partner in our Stories from Deep in the Heart youth radio program.

  • Posted on Tue Oct 22, 2013

    KUT creates experiences that deepen understanding and connect people. We are committed to authenticity, craft, context and the unique power of the human voice in all its forms. KUT is a leading source for knowledge and ideas that enrich and sustain greater Austin’s unique sense of place, cultural identity and position as a center of leadership. KUT will inform, inspire and engage while becoming the most trusted source for news, information and the Austin, Texas, music experience.

  • Posted on Mon Oct 14, 2013

    Since 1923, Miller Outdoor Theatre in Hermann Park has been Houston’s venue for free outdoor performances. This remarkable facility with its free high-quality programs is unique in the US. It is the only proscenium theatre in the country that offers an artistically excellent, culturally diverse eight month season of performances totally free of charge to the public.