Texas Musicians Museum


The premier conservatory of Texas music and it’s history!

We have moved out of the Rogers Hotel in Waxahachie, and are preparing a new home in the historical district of Irving, Texas.

Shipping Address:

Texas Musicians Museum
PO Box 740904
Dallas, TX 75374


Advisory Board

The Texas Musicians Museum’s Advisory Board is comprised of professionals in business and entertainment. They are our partners in guiding the museum’s expansion, business direction and acquisition of memorabilia.

Clifford Antone
A Port Arthur, Texas native, Mr. Antone opened Austin’s internationally renowned night club, Antone’s, in 1975. An avid fan and supporter of music, in 1986 he furthered his ideas of preservation by founding Antone’s Recods, home of artists including Angela Strehli, The Fabulous Thunderbirds, Lou Ann Barton, Stevie Ray Vaughan, Marcia Ball, Guy Forsyth, and many more. He also teaches Texas music history at Texas State University.

Born October 27, 1949, Port Arthur, Texas – died May 23, 2006, Austin, Texas, his name will always remain here as a tribute to him and as a special thangs for all his support and advice in the early years of the TMM.

Cutter Brandenburg
Former road manager for Stevie Ray Vaughan and Texas Musicians Museum board member, Cutter Brandenburg’s website. Informatio and links aobut Vaughan and other Texas musicians, as well as information about Brandenburg’s upcoming book!

Patti Coghill
Former owner of Southwest Blues Magazine, blues historian and founder of a Texas-based blues foundation, which helps with medical and funeral expenses of blues musicians.

Nancy Coplin
Board of Austin Blues Society, producer of “Live Austin” in the Bergstrom International Airport.

Timothy Duckworth
Austin-based musician and songwriter, co-songwriter and personal assistant to Stevie Ray Vaughan.

George Gimarc
Music historian and expert with 29 years in radio, including “The Rock and Roll Alternative” – the US’ first new wave/punk rock show. Resource with networks and contacts in every genre of Texas music.

Art Greenshaw
Texas Grammy Award winner, Record Producer and member of the world famous Light Crust Doughboys.

Bill Griggs
Historian, archivist, and expert on Buddy Holly, early rock and roll, and West Texas artists’ recordings.

Leo Hull
Dallas Real Estate Broker, Blues advocate and guitarist with the legendary band, “Leo Hull and the Texas Blues Machine.”

Robert Johnson
Renowned Memphis record producer, guitarist with John Entwistle’s band, Mick Fleetwood’s band, and Issac Hayes’ band. Collector of music memorabilia.

Spencer Perskin
Spencer is the original and founding member of the legendary Shiva’s Headband. He is a musician and historian of Texas Music and its music legends.

Garry Shrum
Started his own record store in 1976. With decades of immersion in collectible records, autographs, concert posters, and Rock art, he is well respected on two continents. Garry’s been Heritage Auction’s primary music expert since 2004.

Rick Rosas
Musician, songwriter and record producer for Joe Walsh, Neil Young, and Waddy Wachtel.

J.P. Richardson, Jr.
Texas music history expert. Son of late Texas artists, J. P. “The Big Bopper” Richardson.

Rick Stuart
Live music production, music and theatre design. Assisted in the planning and building of Nexstage (now known as Nokia Live) in Grand Prairie, Texas.

Ryan Michael Galloway
North Texas-based performing songwriter, speaker, author, producer and promoter. Songwriter with Columbia/Screen Gems Music Publishing and Sunbury/Dunbar Music (RCA) in New York in the late 70s, now a regional performer and mentor. Author of the Gigster Clinics book and DVD series.