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Steel Bluebonnet Determination
Robin Shivers, founder of HAAM, worked behind the scenes, and yet was one of the Austin music scene's most important faces
Music Story  November 27, 2009, by Margaret Moser
"...When her interest in music began dominating her time, she started a management company and took on roots rockers Loose Diamonds and their frontman Troy Campbell as clients. Among numerous boards she served on, she advised the Gibson GuitarTown project and Clifford Antone's annual fundraiser for American YouthWorks..."

Live Shots
The Barkers
Music Story  June 3, 1999
"...Viva el Rey! Taking care of business in a moustache. --Raoul Hernandez Troy Young Campbell..."

Playback: Hanging in the House of Songs
The House of Songs, Hotel Vegas on tour, and Terminator Too: Judgment Play
Music Column  January 22, 2015, by Kevin Curtin
"...The retreat hosts international musicians for two- to three-week stays as they co-write with locals and play concerts. Founded in 2009 by local rocker Troy Campbell and two Danish musician guilds, the House of Songs has since laid out the welcome mat for 1,000 songwriters, largely from northern Europe, on trips financed by various musician unions..."

SPOT Festival
Making connections at Denmark's SPOT Festival
Music Story  June 4, 2010, by Margaret Moser
"...A group of Austin songwriters had flown to Denmark earlier in the week to meet and co-write with Danish musicians. Sequestered at Engelsholm Castle near Bredsten for three days, Troy Campbell, Scrappy Jud Newcomb, Danny Malone, Matt the Electrician, and Nathan Felix, who also performed as the Austin Five, communed and produced music with a Scandinavian collective that included Danish artists Anna Bell, Ida Wenoe Bach, and Vibeke Falden; Lara Runarsdottir and Johan Kristinsson from Iceland; Norway's Therese Aune; and Brandur Enni from the Faroe Islands...."

Troy Campbell
Texas Platters
Music Review  July 26, 2002, by Jim Caligiuri
"...Troy CampbellAmerican Breakdown (M. Ray) With American Breakdown, his second solo album, former Loose Diamond Troy Campbell has finally made the album he's always seemed capable of but could never quite pull off..."

Troy Campbell
Music Review  March 17, 2006, by Jim Caligiuri
"...Troy Campbell..."

ACL Music Fest Preview
Music Story  September 15, 2006
"...He mixes Astor Piazzolla-inspired tango, electronica, dub, and traces of reggae into a popular sound known as "nuevo tango." His debut album, Gran Hotel Buenos Aires, was produced by Thievery Corporation. – Jay TrachtenbergTroy Campbell Band 12:40pm, BMI stage..."

Starry Eyes
Roky Erickson's monumental comeback
Music Story  December 30, 2005, by Margaret Moser
"...Krc clasps him with affection. Troy Campbell, standing nearby with an armful of video equipment, announces, "Hey, I crashed the party! I slept in the bathroom all night just to see this!"..."

Wednesday Picks
SXSW Picks & Sleepers
Music Story  March 11, 2005
"...Non-TempRes San Diego vets Tristeza (8pm) kick the night off, unleashing years' worth of effective instro-rock tapestries. – Michael Chamy TROY CAMPBELL9pm, B.D..."

2004 ACL Fest Guide
Everything you need to know
Music Story  September 17, 2004
"...Troy Campbell..."

December's House of Songs
A partnership between Texas and Danish songwriters yields great music
DAILY Music  December 8, 2010, by Margaret Moser
"...For three days in merry May, Falden composed with Austin’s Troy Campbell, Scrappy Jud Newcomb, Danny Malone, Matt the Electrician, and Nathan Felix, plus fellow Danish artists Anna Bell and Ida Wenoe Bach, Lara Runarsdottir and Johan Kristinsson from Iceland, Norway's Therese Aune, and Brandur Enni from the Faroe Islands. The group played it out before Spot’s rapt audience then, and when Falden arrived last week in Austin for her House of Songs stint, there was a joyous homecoming of sorts...."

Three Guys, a Girl, and a Dog Named Friday
Austin film collective Jollyville Pictures on its ingredients for success
Screens Story  December 18, 2009, by Marc Savlov
"...Although it was directed by Jollyville member Dano Johnson, "She Left Me for Jesus" is not a Jollyville Pictures production and instead flies under the banner of Collection Agency Films LLC, which Johnson formed with Austin musician cum jack-of-all-trades Troy Campbell back in 2004. Collection Agency Films functions as Johnson's day job – one that he loves, to be sure – and like the bill-paying gigs that his fellow Jollyville members also have taken on, at times it seems it might subsume their freewheeling, not-really-for-profit Jollyville collective...."

Happy Scrappy
Scrappy Jud Newcomb takes up residence
DAILY Music  July 15, 2009, by Jim Caligiuri
"...Loose Diamonds fans will be excited to hear that they are playing at the Continental Club tomorrow night, opening for Beaver Nelson and, of course, Newcomb will be doing double duty. The Diamonds were one of Austin’s premier roots-rock outfits until Scrappy and co-band leader Troy Campbell decided to do the solo thing a while back...."

Lousy With Desire
Soulman Walter Tragert and the light at the end of the tunnel
Music Story  October 22, 2004, by Margaret Moser
"..."It was called 'tape sailing,'" laughs Newcomb, his lanky frame folded into a chair at the Saxon. "Something Troy [Campbell] started before I joined the band..."

Long May You Run
Previewing the 2002-2003 Austin Music Awards.
Music Story  March 7, 2003, by Jerry Renshaw
"...The Music Award's next musical segment brings together the Hole in the Wall Gang, a lineup of Hole regulars, headed up by Free-for-All emcee Paul Minor. Tell me this doesn't sound like a typical bunch of the usual suspects from the old Drag hangout: Jane Bond, Beaver Nelson, Troy Campbell, Scrappy Jud Newcomb, Fastball's Tony Scalzo and Miles Zuniga, Darin Murphy, Ted Roddy, Andrew Duplantis, Matt Hubbard, and Barbara K..."

TCB
SXSW looms on the horizon, and "TCB" is already neck-deep in it.
Music Column  February 7, 2003, by Christopher Gray
"...After saying Axl probably wouldn't be able to make it, Grulke left to continue pursuing Michael Penn. Dozens of local performers have been added in recent days, including Shane Bartell, Black Lipstick, Brown Whörnet, Troy Campbell, Canvas, Eastside Suicides, Fivehead, DJ Sue's Fuzz Club, Groovin' Ground, Hekill3, Manikin, Masonic, Ian McLagan, Migas, Beaver Nelson, Octopus Project, Karen Poston, Prescott Curlywolf, Real Heroes, Shandon Sahm, Space Truck, Spiders, ST 37, 20-Eyed Dragon, Violet Crown, Winslow, and Renee Woodward..."

Sxsw
Music Story  March 14, 1997
"...TROY CAMPBELL: As half of the Loose Diamonds' twin-guitar attack, Troy Campbell sticks to his roots while never losing his edge. Solo, perhaps he'll be a bit more introspective, but that won't change the inherent beauty and intrinsic melodies of his work..."

That's a Good Idea
House of Songs connects Austin and Denmark's singer-songwriters
DAILY Music  November 30, 2009, by Margaret Moser
"...It’s Troy Campbell’s baby, one with a guardian angel named Robin Shivers on its shoulder. Before her untimely death in October, House of Songs was one of the projects she was focused on and Campbell, who was managed by Shivers, intends to see it through..."

Page Two
When they label war protesters' speech as traitorous, right-wing war supporters reveal themselves as truly anti-American.
Columns  February 28, 2003, by Louis Black
"...In The Nature of Nicholas, 12-year-old Nicholas struggles with an intense attraction to his best friend. Phantasm auteur Don Coscarelli's Bubba Ho-tep stars Bruce Campbell in a twisted tale involving Elvis Presley having to battle an Egyptian deity who's invading our world through the nursing home where the King has been stuck (Alamo)...."

Dancing About Architecture
More record label shuffles for the Meat Puppets, the Hole in the Wall gets bigger, Ray Benson gets taller, and music lawsuits get uglier
Music Column  February 25, 2000, by Ken Lieck
"...Manager Tammy Blevins says she'll have to wait and see what Universal does, but she's "not pessimistic, not optimistic" about the future, and figures the band is in a win-win situation: One way they've got a major label deal, the other way, well, "people already know who they are." On the other side of the coin, Patti Griffin is another local artist whose career path was in question after the aforementioned reshuffling, but now it seems that she's one of the very few A&M signees who made the cut (her and Chris Cornell apparently) and is now being handled by Interscope. Griffin's guy pal Troy Campbell confirms the news from New Orleans, where he's traveled to play some gigs and peek in at the recording of her new album..."

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