A staple from the Austin, TX, golf club picture, singer/songwriter/harmonica wizard Ted Roddy paid his dues alongside famous brands Dale Watson, the Reverend Horton Warmth, and the Poor Livers. Created in Corpus Christi, Roddy performed his first concert events in the past due ’70s, eventually shifting to Dallas to create the Midnighters with blues guitarist Tag Pollock. Following the group disbanded, he considered rockabilly and in 1983 began a new clothing, Ted Roddy as well as the Talltops, with Jim Heath (later on referred to as Horton Warmth) and Danny Barnes (who continued to become listed on the Poor Livers). After relocating to Austin, the Talltops started to build a solid fan base not merely locally but overseas, releasing several information in European countries. After going single, Roddy performed on LPs by Watson and Chris Smither before liberating his 1995 debut, BACK TO WHERE IT STARTED. Tear Time adopted five years later on.