On this edition of West Texas Talk, Jackson Wisdorf sat down with Jon Hogan and Maria Moss of the musical group Hogan and Moss to talk about the history of folk music in the United States, upcoming albums, and a genre of music called “Scorch Folk”.
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- May 17: Exploring the Big Bend with Ben English
- May 10: Literary Criticism, Earthquakes, and Walking with Lannan Resident David Ulin
- May 03: Music and Community in Terlingua
- Apr 26: Ballroom Marfa’s Stone Circle and Blackwell School Alliance’s Marfa Storybook Mural
- Apr 19: Lannan Resident Lesley Stern on Film, Smoking, Gardens, and Feminism
- Apr 18: Kelsey Lu On Live Performance, Mix-Making, And Her New Song Shades of Blue
- Apr 17: Helado Negro On His Musical Influences, the Fragility of the Human Voice, and Composing for S-Town
- As Drought Spreads Across Texas, Ranchers Are Forced to Liquidate Their Stock
- UPDATE: Local Crews Fight Two Fires in Jeff Davis County
- Melissa del Bosque Discusses her Book “Bloodlines” in Marfa on Saturday
- Concern and Optimism Surrounds the US 67 Corridor Master Plan
- Lupe Valdez becomes first openly gay and first Latina candidate to win a major party nomination for Texas governor
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