El Paso, Kerrville, Terlingua: The Sound of Texas and a Sense of Place
4:00 pm - 4:45 pm
Sunday, October 31, 2021
The music of Texas is as varied as its people—which is to say very. Three new books highlight geographically specific scenes that, together, represent the rich tapestry of Texas. Join David Johnson (photographer of the iconic Kerrville Folk Festival), W. Chase Peeler (chronicler of the vibrant musicians of Terlingua), and Benjamin Villegas (novelizer of Chicano punk band ELPASO) as they discuss the diverse but unmistakable sound of Texas music.
Sponsored by Cirrus Logic
- Format: This is a live, virtual event on CrowdCast (RSVP link above).
- Chat: Feel free to use the chat box in CrowdCast to share your thoughts and virtually cheer for and share kudos with the session’s participants! Disorderly comments will be removed immediately. Please refer to the code of conduct.
- Book(s): Click the book cover(s) below to purchase through BookPeople, Texas Book Festival’s partner bookseller. Your purchase helps support the author(s), independent bookselling, and the Texas Book Festival. Thank you.
David Johnson, W. Chase Peeler, Benjamin Villegas, It Can Be This Way Always: Images from the Kerrville Folk Festival, On the Porch: Life and Music in Terlingua, Texas, ELPASO: A Punk Story