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ATX6 Announces 2015 Artists
A second musical six-pack reps our scene at international fests
DAILY Music  April 21, 2015, by Doug Freeman
"...ATX6 today announced its new group of rising Austin musicians that will represent our fair city at North By Northeast (NXNE) and other international festivals this year. The six locals selected are Gina Chavez, Jonathan Terrell, Elsa Cross, Silas Lowe, Jana Horn, and Brian Kremer...."

Knife in the Water Resurfaces
Nineties slowcore pioneers quietly re-emerge after a decade-plus layoff
Music Story  May 4, 2017, by Libby Webster
"...Anchored by Blount's sleepy vocals and guitars, the twang of McCullough's pedal steel, bass from Vince Delgado, Matt Strmiska on drums, and vocals from Shelley McCann (replaced by Jana Horn in the current live incarnation), Reproduction picks up where Knife in the Water left off. More or less..."

Meet the New ATX6
Austin music export project unveils 2016 performers
DAILY Music  June 20, 2016, by Kevin Curtin
"...The bill of Austinites then played to a sold-out house. After the concert, Jesse Moore describes it as the “most attentive audience any of us have ever played to.”“Their confidence quadruples in the course of one year,” Brecht says of past ATX6 performers, which continued last year with Jonathan Terrell, Gina Chavez, Elsa Cross, Silas Lowe, Jana Horn, and Brian Kremer..."

Playback: Record Store Crawl
The day after Record Store Day breaks the bank
Music Column  April 23, 2015, by Kevin Curtin
"...Behold the ATX6: crooner Brian Kremer, Reservations leader Jana Horn, folksinger Silas Lowe, Americana songstress Elsa Cross, Not in the Face frontman Jonathan Terrell, and spicy folk-pop singer Gina Chavez. Think of the group as international ambassadors of Austin music..."

Mexico or Bust
  May 29, 1998
"...This anthology of six personal essays (by writers Jay Hardwig, Bryan Mealer, Kate X Messer, Turk Pipkin, Wendell Smith, and Marion Winik), art (by Penny Van Horn), and colorful photo essay (by Jana Birchum) simply tells stories about a land we find intriguing. This is not intended to be a comprehensive travel guide to the 31 states of Mexico..."

Campfire Horror Story
How Carole Keeton Strayhorn and the state destroyed a healing camp for kids
News Story  November 21, 2008, by Jordan Smith
"...But the timing of Joseph's latest claims proved disastrous for the camp. The summer of 2004 was a particularly tricky time for the state's foster-care regulators with the Department of Family and Protective Services, which was facing a political onslaught initiated in late 2003 by then-Comptroller Carole Keeton Strayhorn..."

Then There's This: A Pioneer Among Women Architects
Celebrated designer Natalie de Blois helped plan Austin's future
News Column  August 16, 2013, by Amy Smith
"...But then, how would they know, when de Blois never touted her accomplishments? "On a subconscious level we just got this real strong message from her that you can be competent, completely professional and brilliant about what you do, but you don't have to be a big blowhard about it," said Little. "She never tooted her own horn – never, ever, ever."..."

Saturday Picks & Sleepers
One last night of band blurbs!
Music Story  March 20, 2009
"...11pm, Opal Divine's Ska in pearls and high heels? 1960s swing with a reggae beat? This trio of bright voices from Spain, backed by an eightpiece band with a blow-your-hair-dry horn section, makes its cocktail of sound not too sweet, not too earthbound. Island music meets soul and girl-group bebop..."

Cumulative Staff Box
Features Story  September 7, 2001, by Nick Barbaro
"...Denise Woodard, Marc Savlov, Dan Hardick, Scott Bowles, Keith Sharp, Cynthia Waide, Stacey Kopfler, Nisa Sharma, Rob Faubion, Laurie Powers, Barbara Maltese, Judy Kegg, Sheryl Divin, Jeff Ericsson, Brian Carr, Vicki Matthewes, Les Ross, Maggie Whitley, Schonna Manning, Cassidy Frazier, Thomas Vecera, Sandy Martinez, Abel Vidaurri, Tom Reavley, Ryan Dunn, David Bain, Serena Horn, Scott Austin, Marc Schmid, Jason Johnson, Felton Frueh, Jim Felkner, Cheryl Gutierrez, Jessica Nesbitt, Amy Webster, Mindy Messinger..."

The Ruling Party
Something to Crow About
News Story  May 6, 1999
"...Campaign manager Leslie Pool grabbed a cell phone and dialed the councilmember's number to tell her the news. Main was on the horn, too, trying to get through to Griffith..."

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