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Bob Schneider
Music Story  June 5, 1998, by Andy Langer
"..."A sculptor came in and gave a lecture my last semester there," recounts Schneider. "It was a guy named Terry Allen, little did I know..."

Austin City Limits: That Magic Spot
Season 23 Premiere Dates
Music Story  January 30, 1998
"...January 31: Junior Brown/Robbie Fulks February 7: Patty Loveless/Collin Raye February 14: Marcia Ball, Tracy Nelson, Irma Thomas February 21: Manhattan Transfer, with guests Asleep at the Wheel, and Ricky Skaggs February 28: Indigo Girls, with guests Freedy Johnston, Vonda Shepard, and Mark Eitzel/Kim Richey March 7: Loretta Lynn March 14: Nanci Griffith with the Crickets March 21: Hal Ketchum/Terry Allen March 28: Celebration of Townes Van Zandt April 4: Boz Scaggs/81/2 Souvenirs April 11: Old 97s/Whiskeytown April 18: TBA/Trace Adkins April 25: TBA/Storyville..."

Dancing About Architecture
Knocking 'em Dead in the Streets
Music Column  December 5, 1997, by Ken Lieck
"...So, what do James McMurtry, Terry Allen, Guy Clark, Peter Rowan, Bad Livers, and the Austin Lounge Lizards have in common? Well, since the Lizards signed a little ol' record contract, the answer is that they all record for Sugar Hill Records. The Lounge Lizards have finished work on their first album for the label, Employee of the Month, and are looking at a release date of February 17..."

Dancing about Architecture
We're Coming to Austin -- To Paint the Mother Pink!
Music Column  October 17, 1997, by Ken Lieck
"...At the Congress Ave. State Theatre, the Women in Jazz Concert Series runs both Friday and Saturday (see "Recommended"), while Stubb's hosts all those flatland folks (you know, Joe Ely, Jimmie Dale Gilmore, Terry Allen, Lucinda Williams, Jo Carol Pierce, and many more) raising money for a statue of, you guessed it, C.B..."

One More Image
Robert Earl Keen Searches For...
Music Story  April 25, 1997, by Christopher Gray
"...(The label also reissued his first album, 1984's No Kinda Dancer, in 1995.) What you will find on all six albums are songs that catch like flypaper, songs that blend a mix of exuberance and loneliness as fundamental to Texans as the words `y'all' and `fixin' to.' And in Texas, the only state that matters, his potent live shows are second only to Willie Nelson's for inspiring native pride and shitkicking zeal. Keen may be the only man alive who can set frat boys stomping and hollering to a Terry Allen song..."

Dancing About Architecture
Chasin' the Clouds Away
Music Column  April 18, 1997, by Ken Lieck
"...That's a good day to shop at the 'loo, because they're giving 10% of their Friday profits to the Capital Area Food Bank... Other albums out now or due soon: Terry Allen's Smokin' the Dummy/Bloodlines double reissue (out now), Velvet Hammer's Storybook (out this week), Marcia Ball's Let Me Play With Your Poodle (due 6/24), and Jon Dee Graham's Escape From Monster Island (out July 1)....."

Music Recommended
Music Story  March 14, 1997
"...Need more? How 'bout Kristin Hersh, Love Battery, Crawdaddy-O Brass Band, Extra Fancy, Moonshine Willy, the Frogs, Jane Jensen, Gretchen Phillips, Suicide Kings, Charlie Louvin, Varnaline, that dog, Chokebore, Jim Lauderdale, Run On, Bill Janovitz, Cheri Knight, David Hidalgo, Cesar Rosas, Terry Allen, Peter Case, Cowboys & Indians, Lisa Loeb, and the Rock*A*Teens?..."

Phantom Power & Spiritual Benefits
The Return of the Bad Livers
Music Story  February 14, 1997
"..."Talk to anybody at any label," says Rubin. "When you talk about new acoustic music and bluegrass music and progressive bluegrass music, there is not a finer label working!" Also in Sugar Hill's favor is the fact that the label has, over time, signed some of the Lone Star state's finer, edgier singer-songwriters, including Terry Allen, James McMurtry, and the late Townes Van Zandt...."

Braver Newer World
The Year in Albums
Music Story  January 10, 1997, by Raoul Hernandez
"...Hell, great country music is a given here -- as are singer-songwriters. Thus, Terry Allen's Human Remains, Lyle Lovett's The Road to Ensenada, Alejandro Escovedo's With These Hands, and Jimmie Dale Gilmore's Braver Newer World were all the work of seasoned masters..."

Greg Beets' National Top Ten
Music Story  January 10, 1997
"...4. Terry Allen, Human Remains (Sugar Hill)..."

Record Reviews: Texas Platters
Music Review  November 29, 1996
"...Disc One: Peter Case, James McMurtry, Joe Ely, Poi Dog Pondering, Son Volt, Sonny Landreth, Los Lobos, John Hiatt, Patty Larkin, Loudon Wainwright III, Teisco Del Rey & the Nutrockers, Don Walser, Tish Hinojosa, Chris Smither, Ian Moore, Lou Reed, Randy Newman, Alejandro Escovedo, Kris McKay. Disc Two: Dog's Eye View, Ron Sexsmith, Hamell on Trial, Joan Osborne, Dave Mason, Taj Mahal, Terry Allen, the Band, Bill Morrissey, Teye, Joan Armatrading, Cowboy Junkies, Semisonic, Emmylou Harris, Willie Nelson, the Wallflowers, 81/2 Souvenirs, Patty Griffin, Kelly Willis, Loyle Lovett..."

Ten Years After
Curator Annette Carlozzi Returns to Austin's Arts Scene
Arts Story  September 27, 1996, by Rebecca S. Cohen
"...There are a lot of similarities, but I see all the institutions as having gone through a lot of change, too, in the last 10 years. The challenge for me is learning who the institutions are now and not assuming they are who they used to be...."

Dancing About Architecture
How's Yer Johnson?
Music Column  August 2, 1996, by Ken Lieck
"...The film company and Reno both are baffled as to where this story came from, and Reno says that "Robert's a friend [but] there's no deal in the works or anything like that." Reno has appeared in films and on television before, notably as a band leader in Rodriguez' Roadracers, but insists he has got no film work coming up in the near future and that the project referred to in the posting, Hang Time, doesn't even exist. Reno adds that he's not surprised that the item appeared on Isaak's site, as he understands that it "attracts a lot of the fringe element." If you get up to Dallas, you can see Reno playing at the Terry Allen-designed Red Jacket on Thursdays..."

So, Where Were the Vampires in Before Sunrise?
Music Column  January 19, 1996
"...Omar & the Howlers have an in-store at Waterloo records Friday at 5pm and a release party show for World Wide Open at Antone's on Saturday... Terry Allen's Human Remains is out on Sugar Hill and features guest appearances by David Byrne and more Austin luminaries than you can count..."

Dancing About Architecture
The Double Whammy
Music Column  September 22, 1995
"...None other than David Byrne, ex-Talking Head and renegade former Subgenius, hopped up and performed with the band. Byrne, it turns out, was in town helping Terry Allen out by lending his musical talents to his new album....."

Record Reviews
Music Review  July 7, 1995
"...At his best - the opening one-two punch of "Core" and "Grab" - Garza juggles both facets superbly. And even when he only concentrates on one lesson, he's a smooth enough balladeer and quirky enough rocker to pull off a genre-jumper that might not be entirely cohesive, but is something far more - part and parcel of his first consistently challenging record...."

Although David Mamet's new film, which is set in the mixed-martial arts fight world, contains all the storyteller's familiar motifs, Redbelt may also represent his most commercial venture yet.
Film Review  May 9, 2008, by Marjorie Baumgarten
"...Directed by: David Mamet. Starring: Chiwetel Ejiofor, Emily Mortimer, Alice Braga, Tim Allen, Max Martini, Rodrigo Santoro, Ricky Jay, Joe Mantegna, Rebecca Pidgeon, David Paymer, Ray Mancini and John Machado..."

Film Reviews
News Story  January 5, 1996
"...Based on the book of the same title by renowned childrenÕs author Chris Van Allsburg, the movie follows the adventures of four players of the board game, Jumanji, a magical, slightly malevolent test of grit and tenacity. The very first roll of the dice unleashes the gameÕs power to conjure up animals, people, and forces of nature to challenge the players..."

Music Story  October 16, 1998, by Raoul Hernandez
"..."Well, it's kind of a mixture," says pianist Geri Allen about her compositions and style of play, a fairly dazzling modern mixture of free-flowing funk, blues, hard-bop, and jazz classicism that comes to fruition on her new Verve release, The Gathering. "Jazz is the launch pad..."

SXSW Film Festival and Conference
Screens Story  March 14, 1997
"...Dir/Scr/DP: Sarah Jacobson; Prod: Sunny Andersen, Ruth Ellen Jacobson; with Lisa Gerstein, Greg Cruikshank, Beth Ramona Allen, Andrew David DeAngelo, Chris Enright, Marny Snyder, Brandon Stepp...."

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