Infinite Monkey Theorem Urban Winery
"...Kansas backstory will rivet where the game probably won’t. Much has fallen off with the Longhorns since the Jayhawks last showing in Austin on Nov..."
"...“The resurgent Texas Longhorns, powered by Swoopes’ five touchdowns, destroy the hapless Kansas Jayhawks, 59-20!”..."
"...Thanks to some coincidental scheduling, Kansas hadn’t beat Texas since the year before the twister of ‘39 swept Dorothy and Toto away. The Jayhawks may have enough courage, brains, and heart to field football teams, but they haven’t had much to work with since going to the Orange Bowl in 2007...."
"...2011 is looking like the year of the Jayhawks. The Minneapolis-based quintet just completed a tour, with co-founder Mark Olson rejoining the band on stage for the first time in 15 years...."
"...Here’s my semi-annual mix of songs I liked from albums released in the past 12 months. As always, it’s a combination both local and national of longtime favorites like the Old 97’s, Richard Buckner, and the Jayhawks, and new discoveries of Austinites like the Carper Family and Sons of Fathers...."
"...The Longhorns and Aggies will get a double-dose of each other — Wednesday night at the Erwin Center, and again on January 31 in College Station — with the teams having split last year’s season series, 1-1. Both the Aggies and Kansas Jayhawks are streaking and steamrolling like Chris Farley at an SNL afterparty: A&M has won 13 straight and boast wins over No..."
"...It is perhaps fitting that even now, as I type, Oklahoma is being pounded with the worst ice storm to hit the state in 25 years, not counting the unfortunate Sigourney Weaver-Kevin Kline picture of the same name from a couple of years ago. I think I'll stick with my prediction of Kansas claiming the league crown. Even if Kevin Durant was to hit the Jayhawks for 50, if KU plays like they did Wednesday night, there is no team in America that can keep up with them..."
"...The JayhawksRainy Day Music (American) The JayhawksBlue Earth (Restless)..."
"...Jayhawks, Beechwood SparksLa Zone Rosa, June 23 Long regarded as one of the leading groups in what has now become a languishing alternative country movement, the Jayhawks are on the road following the release of their latest album, Smile. The new collection is one that many are calling their best ever and one that may end up as one of the best of the year..."
"...THE JAYHAWKS: Normally when a great songwriting duo splits, the two halves of the creative element kill the entity that they created. Long ago it was Lennon & McCartney, more recently it was Tweedy & Farrar..."
"...The JayhawksTomorrow The Green Grass: Legacy Edition (American Recordings) The JayhawksHollywood Town Hall (American Recordings)..."
"...The JayhawksMusic From the North Country: The Jayhawks Anthology (American) Drive-By TruckersThe Fine Print (A Collection of Oddities and Rarities): 2003-2008 (New West) Drive-By TruckersLive From Austin TX (New West)..."
"...Next, time for a little alt.country nostalgia with the Jayhawks. Through most of the 1990s, the Minneapolis-based country rockers were nearly as influential as Uncle Tupelo, if not more successful..."
"...JAYHAWKS: One of the great bands of our day, the Jayhawks continue making music that's distinctly American. Led by singer-songwriter Gary Louris, they've withstood numerous lineup changes over the years, yet have retained their ability to thoroughly entertain an audience with songs both rousing and touching..."
"...Picture the throes of ecstasy at KGSR the day the new Tracy Chapman CD arrived. You know how tense they were over there waiting for the perfect disc to sandwich in between the Jayhawks and "Free as a Bird" since 101X copped their copy of Cracked Rear View..."
"...They moved up from minor-label, indie-rock obscurity to the exposure that being on Sire, a division of Warner Bros., could offer, culminating in the success of Anodyne, their last album (recorded here in Austin). They began pulling others along with them, most notably the Jayhawks, and then, at the height of their success, they inexplicably broke up..."
"...– Kevin Curtin The JayhawksPaging Mr. Proust (Sham)..."
"...The first week, Jan. 15-17, hit heavily with classic alt-country and Americana, anchored by the Jayhawks and Old 97’s..."