Duncan Worley is a student and wrote this for a class project.
13 May 2017
Arts Experience - Texas Musicians Museum
Tucked away in a small corner of Irving, Texas, one can find a very curious building. Past the piano key crosswalk, and beyond the doors covered in the names of hit songs, you’ll find the one and only Texas Musicians Museum.
Like an oasis in a desert of musical history, the Texas Musicians Museum is just as inviting, and as unique as one would expect. The facility consists of what seems like a renovated supply shop that houses the museum exhibits and an indoor stage. Located outside is the large event stage and room for the many live concerts and parties that can take place. However,
Smokin’ Joe Kubek was an American Texas Blues artist. Born in Pennsylvania, he grew up in the Dallas area where at the age of fourteen, played with the likes of Freddie King. In the late 1980s, he teamed up with B-Nois King, a well-known Texas blues and jazz guitar player. B’Nois was also an accomplished composer and songwriter.
Angela Buffington is a regular visitor to the Texas Musicians Museum and its awesome music events. This is a guest blog by her. Enjoy!!
I have been asked to blog a story everyday about the phenomenal Jackie Don Loe and The Texas Musician Museum, leading up to Jackie Don Loe’s Birthday Extravaganza on June 3rd, which I was happy to do since I think both are just fantastic!
Day two of the countdown to the Jackie Don Loe Birthday Extravaganza on June 3rd, at The Texas Musician Museum.
Simple Definition of phenomenal
**Source: Merriam-Webster’s Learner’s Dictionary**
This is truly the only word strong enough to describe Marc Benno’s recent appearance at the Texas Musician’s Museum in Irving, Texas.
I won’t spend a lot of time telling you about Marc Benno’s lengthy career because you can Google it,