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Yolanda Adams

Another within the type of gospel performers putting the spirit and fervor back R&B music, Yolanda Adams was a college instructor in Houston through the mid-’80s and occasionally did modeling function. Her mother acquired examined music while at university, so Adams was raised hearing jazz and traditional music in addition …

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Buster Pickens

b. 3 June 1916, Hempstead, Tx, USA, d. 24 November 1964, Houston, Tx, USA. An early on lifestyle as an itinerant musician, playing barrelhouses over the southern state governments, enabled Pickens to build up his down-home blues piano design, though it was solidly in the Tx idiom. Following military services …

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The Sir Douglas Quintet

Arguably the best & most influential Tex-Mex group ever, the Sir Douglas Quintet epitomized Texas’ reputation being a fertile roots music melting pot and established the career of Tex-Mex cult legend Doug Sahm. The Quintet blended nation, blues, jazz, R&B, Mexican conjunto/norteño music, Cajun dances, United kingdom Invasion rock and …

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