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Jimmy Pizzitola – a Houston based singer/songwriter, night-time landscaper, and lover of all things jellicle (except Cats). His early musical influences, driven into his three year old skull while being held captive in the back of a 1968 blue Malibu by his carpool-driving mother, were the singer-songwriters of the 1970’s. Between dropping off and picking up siblings and assorted neighborhood ruffians, Jimmy was force-fed Jim Croce, Neil Young, James Taylor, Gerry Rafferty, and of course, Der Weinershnitzel corn dogs. Come weekend, he would often head out to South Texas with his father and grandfather to shoot at things. Sitting on the console of a Ford Bronco, squeezed in between stacks of 8-tracks and bottles of V.O., he would sing along with Waylon, Willie, Hank Williams (Jr. and Sr.) Don Williams, and other country-fried offerings of the time.
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Empty Shells – ““Empty Shells is a Rock band from Houston, Texas comprised of Jonathan Espeche (Guitar, vocals), Michael San Luis (bass), and Emannuel Aldana (drums). Undeniably catchy vocal melodies combined with heavy guitar solos and dreamy layers take the listener on a journey to the future of rock. Blending elements of 90’s alternative, shoegaze, post punk, and psychedelic rock, they have a little something for everyone.”
Listen to a preview from their EP below:
Ganesha – “Houston power trio Ganesha weave a dangerous web of heavy psych rock with singer Ricky Dee’s Cobain laced guitar riffs and dark beat poet inspired lyricism, Noe Kimes deft bass lines, and Sammy Reyna’s heavy hitting drums pulled down from a mystic spiral of Pasadena smog. Take a walk on the wild side, mannn.”
Listen to their single ‘Blood Moon Rising’ below:
Two Tons of Steel – Before there was Americana, before there was Texas Country, Two Tons of Steel front man Kevin Geil and his original band, “Dead Crickets,” rocked a sound that blended the best of musical worlds and pushed the envelope of “Texas” sound with a signature brand of country meets punk.
The San Antonio-based group packed the small bars and local hangouts and quickly became the Alamo City’s most-loved band, earning them a spot on the cover of Billboard Magazine in 1996. It was the beginning of a twenty year journey for Geil and the 4-piece ensemble.
Love and Chaos –
Nestled somewhere between the beauty of love and the turmoil of chaos comes the unique sound from Texas artists and long-time co-collaborators, AJ Vallejo & Kendall Beard.
Both artists on their own, have quite an impressive resume of experience in the music world. AJ fronting his heavy-touring Sony recording act Austin rock band, Vallejo for over a decade touring with the likes of everyone from The Black Crowes, Matchbox 20, Stone Temple Pilots & Blues Traveler, and Kendall enjoying national success as a finalist on Season 8 of Fox’s American Idol as well as her own solo career.
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Tex Smith – Multi-time Independent Radio charting, Tex Smith is a singer songwriter who from his eponymously titled first album in 2009, has continued to write and perform songs that will become central to the modern day Folk & Americana catalog. In a genre that is alive and growing he continues to accrue a devoted following and positive praises in the press. As an independent artist however, his biggest fans and praises have come from within the songwriter circles themselves. “I’m especially fond of Tex’s train songs, they have a certain lonely feel to them that I’m very drawn to. While he’s never dour, Tex can be quite sentimental; he has the ability to make you almost as chilly as the characters of which he sings about.” writes Murry Hammond (Old 97’s). “Honest, sweet and playful lyrics delivered in, but not contained by traditional Honky Tonk style, Tex Smith is a unique and thankfully, prolific singer songwriter!” says Whit Smith (Hot Club of Cowtown).
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