"...Texas Psych was established on Yahoo! by Kiloh Smith (see "High Baptismal Flow: Kiloh Smith," p.54) in April 2001 and now lists over 651 members. A site for "Texas psychedelic music discussion," it promotes discourse among fans of the Elevators, Golden Dawn, Sweetarts, Bubble Puppy, the Red Krayola, the Moving Sidewalks, and other Sixties relics..."
"...The rising popularity of local rock bands such as the Sweetarts (with contemporary scene veteran Ernie Gammage) and Lavender Hill Express (starring the late Rusty Wier) provided the Joseys with a wealth of homegrown talent to launch their new venture Sonobeat Records in 1967. The Lee Arlano Trio, Vietnamese singer Bach Yen, and jazz vocalist Fran Nelson added traditional appeal to the stable, while James Polk & the Brothers and Afro-Caravan deepened the label's roots...."
"...The young visual artists of Reilley Elementary School had a work of theirs chosen as one of five first-place winners in the Nestlé SweeTARTS "Find the Art in SweeTARTS and Discover the Artist in YOU" national art contest. Nearly 100 students in the third through fifth grades developed the idea for the school's entry, a mural titled "Dare to Dream," and worked for three weeks to complete it..."
"...11) "So Many Times," Sweetarts..."
"...What did Austin frat-rockers listen to during the Sixties? The Sweetarts were the group of choice from 1966 to 1970, an era compiled on the CD-R Tonight. Happening..."