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The Co-Write

"The Co-write" is hosted by Bobby Duncan and Donovan Dodd. It is a music centered podcast, but not restricted to only music topics. The pair will cover many different areas of interest, as well as welcome guests to join them for special episodes.
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Now displaying: April, 2017
Apr 26, 2017

There are few torch bearers of modern Texas music who can say they've been around since the dawn of the scene.  Even fewer can claim to have made as large of an impact as Justin Frazell.  From his early days as the morning traffic reporter on KPLX 99.5 The Wolf, to the spawning of his own Texas music centric "Front Porch Show", Justin became a 100,000 watt vocal force for many then upstart, but fast growing acts.  Since those early days, Justin continues to be one of Texas music's greatest champions.  Whether it's hosting his nationally syndicated Texas Red Dirt Roads show every Sunday, being the program director for the very successful KFWR 95.9 The Ranch, or hosting his annual Pickin' for Preemies charity bash, Justin's overwhelming influence on this scene continues to be felt.

 

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Apr 12, 2017

The Co-Write is back!!  This week Bobby and Donovan talk with Brad Beheler from galleywinter.com.  One of the longtime stalwarts of the "Texas music scene", Brad's was a conversation the boys couldn't wait to get started.  Time was no concern in this conversation as it is the longest Co-Write podcast to date.  This episode covers the history of Galleywinter and Pat Green's influence on it.  They discuss the scene over the last 2 decades, and how it's changed for better or worse. Brad reveals his most listened to albums of his life, as well as what up & comers he thinks might gain a footing in our scene.  Throughout this marathon pod you are not shorted on opions, ideas & hopes for the future, when it comes to Texas music. 

 

 

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