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Dream Lady
Cindy Walker, the queen of Western Swing, reflects on a lifetime of songwriting
Music Story  February 20, 2004, by Jerry Renshaw
"..."Dream Baby," "Bubbles in My Beer," "You Don't Know Me" – if Cindy Walker hadn't written another song, these three would be enough to hang her Stetson on. She wrote hundreds more, however, and it's hard to think of a more influential country & western songwriter, or one who's more quintessentially Texan..."

Norah Jones
Norah Jones in a Russ Meyer flick? Just kidding.
Music Story  March 16, 2012, by Dan Oko
"...AC: The Little Willies covered "You Don't Know Me" by Cindy Walker, which Willie Nelson also covered on his Cindy Walker album. What other songwriters are in danger of being forgotten — a songwriter that's ripe for rediscovery...."

Off the Record
Fun Fun Fun Fest by the numbers and Asleep at the Wheel's Top 40
Music Column  November 5, 2010, by Austin Powell
"..."You Don't Know Me," Cindy Walker..."

Willie Nelson
Record review
Music Review  April 7, 2006, by Jim Caligiuri
"...You Don't Know Me: The Songs of Cindy Walker (Lost Highway)..."

Day Trips
The Texas Country Music Hall of Fame & Tex Ritter Museum honors and remembers state luminaries
Columns  July 6, 2007, by Gerald E. McLeod
"...Nelson could have done better than donating a golf putter, an old headband, and assorted other items to the display. On the other hand, the exhibit on Cindy Walker gives some insight into the songwriter from Mexia who wrote Roy Orbison's hit "Dream Baby" and many other popular songs...."

Texas Top 10s
Local Top 10s of 2006
Music Story  January 5, 2007
"...7) Willie Nelson, You Don't Know Me: The Songs of Cindy Walker (Lost Highway)..."

Ray Price
Texas Platters
Music Review  September 13, 2002, by Jerry Renshaw
"..."Ft. Worth, Texas" is one of the few uptempo songs on the disc (written by Cindy Walker), a light little ditty about Cowtown's charms..."

Don Walser, Grand Ole Opry, Nashville, Tennessee, October 30
Music Review  November 5, 1999, by Jim Caligiuri
"...Walser and his wife sat offstage and watched the proceedings with twinkling eyes as friends like Charlie Louvin dropped by to wish them well. A particularly poignant moment came when Walser was presented with a huge bouquet of flowers from legendary songwriter Cindy Walker to honor the occasion..."

Country Chorus
Music Story  September 29, 2006, by Jim Caligiuri
"...We sat at the end of the stage pew, and they set up folding chairs next to us for Walser and his wife, Pat. As the show went on, a steady stream of well-wishers stopped to shake Walser's hand, and at one point, he was informed that Cindy Walker, the first lady of Texas country music songwriters, had sent him an enormous bouquet of flowers with her congratulations..."

TCB
"O Death, where is thy sting?" – 1 Corinthians 15:55
Music Column  December 29, 2006, by Christopher Gray
"...Mayor Will Wynn made his runway debut as a pajama model. Willie Nelson had a Brokeback Mountain moment with "Cowboys Are Frequently, Secretly (Fond of Each Other)." Jerry Jeff Walker sued a record label for releasing covers of his songs..."

Brennen Leigh & Sunny Sweeney Like Country
Tonight’s Saxon Pub song exchange unites liberals/conservatives
DAILY Music  September 15, 2015, by Raoul Hernandez
"...BL: I have a lot of wonderful women I want to play music with here in Austin. Too many to name, so I’ll have to go with people I never got to meet: Bessie Smith to sing, Maybelle Carter to play guitar, and Cindy Walker to write the songs..."

Brian Kremer
Music Review  August 20, 2015, by Abby Johnston
"...Standards like "Don't Fence Me In" and Hank Williams' "Cold, Cold Heart" are executed with the same care and precision of his own work, Kremer's velvety tenor breathing new life into cherished songs and animating a nostalgic view of courtship. Austin Americana trio the Carper Family joins Kremer throughout the album, adding fiddle whines, harmonies, and vocal banter to Cindy Walker's "Take Me in Your Arms and Hold Me." Even so, originals "After This One" and "Someone Else's Girl" mimic Kremer's muses in both content and form, evoking slow winds on sawdust dance floors...."

Asleep at the Wheel
Music Review  March 12, 2015, by Jim Caligiuri
"...This is also the first Wheel album to feature new replacements: pianist/vocalist Emily Gimble (her grandfather Johnny being a Texas Playboy) and fiddler/vocalist Katie Shore. New blood thus mixes with old style on tunes from Wills' songbook ("Faded Love," "Time Changes Everything") as well as those composed by legendary Texas writer Cindy Walker ("Bubbles in My Beer")..."

Jason Roberts
Music Review  August 14, 2014, by Doug Freeman
"...Stepping forward into his own spotlight with only his second solo album following 2005's Texas Fiddle Man, the Grammy-winning, Texas Western Swing Hall of Famer assembled an expected all-star ensemble, including former George Strait guitarist Rick McRae and Johnny Cox on steel. The surprise of That's My Home isn't the superb but refreshed traditional Western swing of Cindy Walker opener "I Hear You Talkin'." Or, for that matter, the title track's drowsy dance-floor spinner..."

Marshall Chapman’s Back in Town – Tonight!
Lapsed debutante’s rug-burn music for sexagenarians
DAILY Music  November 13, 2013, by Margaret Moser
"...“I was really into the Texas progressive music scene. It seemed like all the songwriters I admired were from Texas: Kristofferson, Willie, Billy Joe, Townes, Cindy Walker, Rodney Crowell, Joe Ely, Butch Hancock, Waylon, Buddy Holly......."

Nights in White Satin
Streaming Spotify all the way back to the reel-to-reel
Music Story  August 5, 2011, by Margaret Moser
"...3) "Don't Talk to Me About Men," Cindy Walker..."

Hey! Baby
Texas Heritage Songwriter’s Hall of Fame casts a wide net
DAILY Music  March 9, 2011, by Jim Caligiuri
"...This year’s honorees included Cindy Walker, the first woman inducted, Delbert McClinton, Bruce Channel, Gary Nicholson, and Lee Roy Parnell. Billy Minick, owner of Billy Bob’s in Fort Worth, was given the Darrel K..."

One Man’s View
Austin’s musical decade
DAILY Music  December 9, 2009, by Jim Caligiuri
"...Willie Nelson, You Don't Know Me: The Songs of Cindy Walker (Lost Highway), 2006..."

For Your Life
The album, dead? Define dead.
Music Story  January 5, 2007, by Raoul Hernandez
"...Tomasz Stanko's Polish jazz vs. Boris' Japanese metal: winner, Lone Star songwriting saint Cindy Walker..."

For Your Life
Song lists 2006
Music Story  January 5, 2007, by Raoul Hernandez
"...10) Willie Nelson, You Don't Know Me: The Songs of Cindy Walker (Lost Highway) 10 Austin Forget-Me-Nots..."

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