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Once Upon a Time in Austin
The films, the filmmakers, the crews, the making of a scene
Screens Story  March 12, 2004, by Louis Black
"...May-August 2001: Alas, Poor Yorick (Fool's Guild Productions) P: Michael Dalmon; D/S: Johnny Stranger; with Michael Dalmon, Benjamin Pascoe..."

Dancing About Architecture
Things get so bad in the Live Music Capital of the World that they're citing the 'King of Sixth Street,' Gerry Van King, for busking on the street
Music Column  November 22, 2002, by Ken Lieck
"...Well, the cover album road continues to get more traveled. Former Geraldine Fibber, forever rocker grrrl Carla Bozulich put a call into the Chronicle to report that her version of Willie Nelson's Red Headed Stranger was done, special guest and all, and looking for a label..."

Thirty Years on Location
An overview of the Texas Film Commission, which has been wedding film production and the state economy for 30 years.
Screens Story  June 15, 2001, by Marc Savlov
"...In 1986, screenwriter Bill Wittliff shot the Willie Nelson vehicle Red Headed Stranger with a predominantly Austin-based crew, but it was a couple of little pictures that came in under the radar that really shook things up and set the capital city on the path to cinematic righteousness. One of them was 1988's The Lone Star Kid ("No one's ever heard of this film," admits Copeland), directed by Happy Days alumnus Anson Williams, who -- post-Potsie -- had previously shot some movies-of-the-week in Dallas with director Ron Howard...."

Willie Nelson
Texas RePlatters
Music Review  August 15, 2003, by Christopher Gray
"...Willie NelsonTo Lefty From Willie (Columbia/Legacy)Willie NelsonWillie & Family Live (Columbia/Legacy)Willie NelsonHoneysuckle Rose (Columbia/Legacy)Willie Nelson & Ray priceSan Antonio Rose (Columbia/Legacy) Ready for even more Willie? These four LPs from the late Seventies and 1980 simultaneously capture Nelson at his most humble and most Hollywood. After Red Headed Stranger and Stardust, the Bearded One was as much an acolyte of the old masters as ever, but now also a multiplatinum-selling superstar with the commercial clout to do whatever he pleased..."

Late SXSW Creative Director Brent Grulke memorialized, and other Thursday SXSW tips
Music Column  March 19, 2015, by Kevin Curtin
"...In the off chance that a music industry insider like yourself hasn't witnessed the octogenarian's nasally tenor and squirrelly nylon-string guitar runs, tonight's your night. The Red Headed Stranger and his Family Band headline the annual Heartbreaker Banquet on Nelson's Luck Ranch..."

Ed Ward's first-hand account of Willie Nelson's Complete Atlantic Sessions.
Music Story  December 29, 2006, by Ed Ward
"..."I don't know who you are, or what your magazine is, but I do know that Jerry Wexler employs me on behalf of Atlantic to cover recording sessions here and that he personally invited me today to shoot this for the media. I'm trying to make a living, I have a relationship with this company, and I don't appreciate strangers being invited to compete with me..."

Off the Record
A prostitute-turned-pop-star exposes her Austin roots; Voxtrot readies for round two; and Rock City Icehouse goes to 11
Music Column  March 28, 2008, by Austin Powell
"...She was somewhat courageous, too." While Girls Gone Wild has uncovered more than seven hours of footage of Dupré after being tipped off to her appearance in a 2003 spring break production, Newman is still scanning his archives for salvageable remnants of the recordings. In the weeklong session, the two co-wrote a few songs, while Dupré laid down three of Newman's originals, including the oddly appropriate ballad, "Hello Stranger" (sample lyric: "Hello stranger, stranger in the dark..."

Red Headed Woman
Jean Harlow was never sexier than in this pre-Hays Code comedy, risque even by today's standards.
Screens Review  May 25, 2001, by Jerry Renshaw

Moving Pictures
Alison Macor charts 30 years of Austin history, one film at a time
Screens Story  February 26, 2010, by Kimberley Jones
"...With a notable aside to turn-of-the-century film pioneers the Tilley brothers (turn of the 20th century, that is), Macor kicks off with Tobe Hooper's The Texas Chain Saw Massacre (see excerpt "The Last Supper") and winds down with Spy Kids, all the while folding in defining events and institutions, such as the Austin Film Society's sometimes stutter-stepping transformation. (Chapter 3, "Made in Austin," covers Bill Wittliff's Western Red Headed Stranger and the founding of The Austin Chronicle; on the subject of sharing space with Willie Nelson, you'll hear no complaints from us.) Macor landed interviews with major filmmakers, including the usual suspects (Mike Judge, Quentin Tarantino, Richard Linklater) and the not-so-usual suspects (George Lucas)..."

Sister Bobbie
'Sister Bobbie' puts the 'Family' in Willie Nelson and Family
Music Story  January 18, 2008, by Doug Freeman
"...Their playing together dates back to their earliest childhood, the siblings' lives as conjoined musically as by their bloodlines. The ring she wears, commissioned by Willie after the release of 1975's Red Headed Stranger, represents more than their success..."

Naked City
Headlines and happenings from Austin and beyond
News Story  May 6, 2005, by Lee Nichols and Cheryl Smith
"...Austin state Sen. Gonzalo Barrientos officially withdrew his bill to rename a portion of SH 130 for the Red-Headed Stranger after unpatriotic, Texas-hating Republican Sen..."

Waylon Jennings Hoot Night / Carla Bozulich & Friends perform Willie Nelson's Red Headed Stranger
Music Review  May 3, 2002, by Jim Caligiuri
"...Waylon Jennings Hoot Night Hole in the Wall, April 24 Carla Bozulich & Friends perform Willie Nelson's Red Headed Stranger Emo's, April 26 Waylon Jennings is gone now, but he will be forever etched into the public consciousness as fellow outlaw and duet partner to Willie Nelson. In that sense, it's fitting these two shows went down within a couple of days of each other..."

A League of Their Own
Screens Story  March 11, 1999, by Jesse Sublett
"...Meanwhile Wittliff, who had gained attention and sold options based on earlier works, made a stunning debut with Black Stallion, the evocative Francis Ford Coppola-produced gem that showcased Wittliff's amazing gift for portraying human adventures in mythic landscapes. So many of the films that helped put Austin on the map -- Barbarosa, Red Headed Stranger, Raggedy Man, and the monumental miniseries Lonesome Dove -- were written by Bill Wittliff..."

Adult Audio Coloring Book Sampler
A look back at illustrated album covers old and new
Music Story  July 28, 2016, by Michael Toland, Jim Caligiuri, Richard Whittaker, Thomas Fawcett, Kevin Curtin, Libby Webster, Bryan Rolli, Abby Johnston, Greg Beets, María Núñez, Doug Freeman, Neph Basedow, William Harries Graham, Alejandra Ramirez, Tim Stegall, Margaret Moser and Raoul Hernandez
"...When the legendary record shop closed in 2003, new tenant Baja Fresh planned to demolish the beloved Hi, How Are You mural, but public outcry saved the day. Today, Jeremiah decorates everything from coffee cups to onesies, arguably outpacing Johnston's music in recognizability. – Greg Beets Willie NelsonRed Headed Stranger (1975)..."

No Fruits Among the Fruits
Getty gets in trouble in the produce section, and it has nothing to do with a cucumber.
DAILY Qmmunity  March 11, 2007, by Kate Getty
"...I was becoming heated: Italian, fiery, angry, telling Dick, hey, go to hell, we weren't bothering anybody in the produce section, nobody cared but him, and just because his acorn-squash-sized mind couldn't wrap around the idea of two women being together didn't mean the rest of Austin was as ignorant. Just then: proof! Poof! The universe smiled and sent a shaven-headed stranger (he was taller than Richard, and I remember thinking, "Good, he's taller. Stronger, too..."

Playback: ACL Fest Part II
ACL Fest isn't a pair of weekend-long sit-ins, it's one two-week-long campaign
Music Column  October 13, 2016, by Kevin Curtin
"...Thousands of young hipsters, old hippies, and locals with braids beneath bandannas gathered on the grass (see "ACL Fest Weekend Two Live Shots"). Many were Willie virgins; others were no stranger to the Red Headed Stranger..."

Off the Record
Mourning the loss of two Austin music giants, Stephen Bruton and Randall 'Poodie' Locke
Music Column  May 15, 2009, by Austin Powell
"..."Stephen was my oldest and dearest friend," Burnett said in a statement earlier this week. "We started playing music together almost 50 years ago – the first song we played was 'Hello Stranger' by the Carter Family – and so much of what I know about music came from those early days with Stephen and his family at Record Town in Fort Worth, Texas...."

Get Me Back to Austin
Five reasons to the celebrate the 2003-04 Austin Music Awards
Music Story  March 12, 2004, by Raoul Hernandez
"...Jerry Wexler, Atlantic Records man and stone soul brother, was sent a copy of Los Lonely Boys, told only, "Willie Nelson's taken these boys under his golf swing." Wexler, who signed the Red Headed Stranger to Atlantic and produced the ultimate "Bloody Mary Morning" in '74's Phases and Stages, was intrigued...."

Reelin' in the New Years
Where you gonna be when the clock strikes 12?
DAILY Music  December 31, 2013, by Kevin Curtin
"...The red headed stranger rolls the hits every year at the Moody, and the vibe is always unbeatable. It’s like being in a room with the Dalai Lama, except Gyatso’s stoned and noodling on an old guitar..."

Dancing About Architecture
In Like a Lion, Out Like a Lunch
Music Column  April 1, 1999, by Ken Lieck
"...Red Headed Stranger joke of the week goes to Jay Leno for his crack that, with science having produced a rectal suppository for medical marijuana, "Willie Nelson is sitting on a gold mine!"......"

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