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Birthright Blues Project at Reed’s Entertainment Saturday, April 19

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SULPHUR SPRINGS – Local bluesman Diamond Jack Holdsworth will be performing at Reed’s Entertainment with his family band, the Birthright Blues Project, Saturday, April 19. Doors open at 6 p.m. The performance begins at 7 p.m. Tickets are $10.

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Homegrown talent takes center stage at 30 East Music Festival

    The second annual 30 East Music Festival opens Thursday, March 27, and will showcase several local artists, including Kirby Brown, Hannah Kirby and Ryan McKenzie.

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LOU ANN PETTY: Homegrown singer/songwriter speaks straight from the heart

Lou Ann Petty’s parents, Leon and Naomi Higginbotham, exposed their three children to traditional country music. Growing up in Cumby, Petty and her brothers, David and Donald, got a steady diet of country greats.

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Brandon Rhyder books acoustic gig in Winnsboro March 13

Although raised in Carthage, country artist Brandon Rhyder has family ties to Northeast Texas through his wife, Kellie. Kellie's aunt and uncle live in Winnsboro.

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Country royalty comes to Greenville

Loretta Lynn takes a final bow after her sold-out show at Greenville’s Municipal Auditorium Friday night. The Coal Miner’s Daughter performed more than 25 songs, including “Honky Tonk Girl,” the first song she wrote, “Don’t Come Home A Drinkin’” and “You Ain’t Woman Enough,”  during a 90-minute set. Her twin daughters, Pasty and Peggy, opened the show. Several times during the evening, the Queen of Country Music expressed her gratitude, saying Texas gigs kept food on the table early in her career. “Texas kept us from starving.” Courtesy Photo by Alice Black Parker

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