Augie Meyers began his profession like a keyboardist inside a bizarre style. Elevated by his grandparents, he previously polio and may not walk perfectly. He still liked wandering around, plenty of that his grandparents linked a six-foot rope to his calf and linked it with their piano. He basically got to the piano, ultimately moving on towards the Vox body organ as well as the piano-key accordion. Beginning within the ’50s, Meyers started to sign up for well-known San Antonio rings, eventually getting a musical partner in vocalist/guitarist Doug Sahm. Both eventually began the Sir Douglas Quintet, began by their maker like a English Invasion rip-off. The music group was much better than that nevertheless, and following a few strike singles they ultimately founded the Tx Tornados. Both rings were regional favorites rather than really split up until 1999, when Sahm passed away from a coronary attack. The knowledge affected Meyers significantly, but he continuing to try out on like a keyboardist for John Hammond. Meyers became a member of Hammond’s road music group and performed on his Wicked Grin recording, but also do session work with Bob Dylan and Tom Waits in addition.
|1||Keyboardist for Bob Dylan and Tom Waits.|
|2||Co-founder of the Sir Douglas Quintet and the Texas Tornados, along with `Doug Sahm'.|
|3||Texas musical legend renowned for playing the Vox organ and the piano accordion.|
|Jack and Jill||2011/I||writer: "Hey Baby Que Paso"|
|The Astronaut Farmer||2006||writer: " Hey Baby Que Paso"|
|The Three Burials of Melquiades Estrada||2005||performer: "9 Million Pictures" / writer: "9 Million Pictures"|
|Still Breathing||1997||performer: "Sittin' Up at Night" / writer: "Sittin' Up at Night"|
|Out on a Limb||1992||writer: " Hey Baby Que Paso"|
|Honeysuckle Rose||1980||Stage Manager|
|Ready, Steady, Go!||1965||TV Series||Himself|
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