Published By: RollingStone Witten By: Jon Freeman
How an off-road adventure inspired the classic Texas song
By ROBERT EARL KEEN
Published by GARDEN & GUN
The CrowdmakersFascinating conversations with the "insiders" of the live event business! Hosted by award-winning sports sales expert Bill Guertin, "The Crowdmakers" features leading sports and entertainment
Forbes.com By: Annie Reuter
Wasserman on Wednesday completed the complicated transaction that saw Paradigm sever off its music operation for sale as the company faced a spiraling financial crisis last year amid the hardships imposed by the pandemic.
Wasserman Music will be headed by music business veterans Marty Diamond, Jonathan Levine, Jackie Nalpant, Sam Hunt, Corrie Martin, Lee Anderson and Matt Rodriguez, who will oversee day-to-day operations. Tom Windish, Joe Rosenberg, and Lori Feldman will round out the team to provide business development, operational, and marketing support, as well as working to operate and integrate all branded entertainment. The company has about 130 employees overall.
PUBLISHED BY VARIETY Written by Cynthia Littleton and Jem Aswad
Live music isn't as out-of-reach this spring as you might think.
Nashville music fans can travel roughly 90 miles south to The Caverns in rural Grundy County, Tennessee, for a night of real-life live music. No livestream feeds, no Zoom screens — just artists playing songs for in-person crowds likely hungry for a slice of "normal" entertainment.
In our latest episode of ‘One by Willie,’ Keen tells a whole host of entertaining stories while explaining his connection to Nelson’s “Mr. Record Man.”
Published by Texas Monthly; Written by John Spong
Article by American Songwriter
Robert Earl Keen’s Merry Christmas From the Fam-O-Lee Secret Santa Christmas
Jerry Jeff Walker in Gruene, Texas, 1979.
2020 Swan Songs Serenade
Sunday, October 25, 2020 – 7 PM CT; opening Happy Hour at 6:30 PM CT
www.swansongs.org – for tickets and more information
I am thrilled to announce that I will be a part of Let the Music Play On, the Hardly Strictly Broadcast airing the first weekend in October in celebration HSB’s 20th Anniversary. Follow @hardlystrictlybluegrass and visit hardlystrictlybluegrass.com for news and updates @markulriksenart #LetTheMusicPlayOn
Beloved Texas singer-songwriter Robert Earl Keen has announced a pair of shows at one of the Lone Star State’s best-known venues. On June 12th and 13th, Keen will perform at Gruene Hall in New Braunfels, marking one of the first indoor concerts since the COVID-19 pandemic forced stay-at-home orders.
Texan Robert Earl Keen has maintained a rare consistency as a performer and songwriter for over three decades. His material has been recorded by George Strait, the Dixie Chicks and others, but he is still best known as an artist who can bring a room to a hushed silence with just his voice and guitar. The song that many of his followers might vote their favorite is his upbeat homecoming anthem, “Feelin’ Good Again.”
The Internet abounds with theories about what the lyric really means, so American Songwriter asked the author himself what was on his mind when he penned this classic.