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Some Lubbock locals may have been too tied up with Mother’s Day arrangements to slow down for a quick beer this past weekend. Reasonably, many would not consider the bar environment an appropriate setting to bring mom along. However, being that Lubbock’s 2nd annual Blues and Brews Festival took place on Saturday May 11th a few locals managed to kill two birds with one stone.
Fans familiar with the minimalist style of Brown Bird will be pleased to know that on their new album— Fits of Reason— they continue the tradition. However, not all is the same. Unlike their previous albums, Fits of Reason has more of an electric sound. While their new album incorporates more electric guitar and bass into songs, their unique folk nature isn’t lost.
On this edition we get the history of Ralph's Records and he discusses how his business has remained strong through the digital age. We profile glass artist Lee Ware and Alex Sanchez performs in our South Plains Sessions. This episode airs 5/4 and 5/11 after Austin City Limits at 9pm.
“Iron Man 3” is now officially the 4th film to feature Robert Downey Jr. as Tony Stark the billionaire playboy comedy-genius who always manages to save the world. In IM3 Tony is suffering some sort of mental break down which is no surprise as you could imagine flying in a metal suit, fighting brands of bad guys, and orbiting into outer space could lead anyone to mental anguish. I know just watching all the high flying action leaves me a little weazy.