The List Pt. 2

Want to do your part for eBay's Auction for America, benefiting the September 11 relief efforts? Well, the Essential Austin Box Set auction previously mentioned in this column has launched, with more than 200 Austin artists donating autographed CDs to help raise money and show support from the Live Music Capital of the World. To check out the auction, go to item=1496451912. Artists include: 50 Mission Crush, 81/2 Souvenirs, Albert & Gage, Alvin Crow, Asleep at the Wheel, Asylum Street Spankers, Austin Lounge Lizards, Beth Black, Beto y los Fairlanes, Billy Joe Shaver, Blue Construct, Bobby Earl Smith, Brent Blaha, Brian Rung, Brigitte London, Cornell Hurd Band, Cory Morrow, Dale Watson, Dangerous Toys, Davíd Garza, Debra Peters, Derailers, Don Walser, Doug Sahm, Earl Poole Ball, Eric Hisaw, Floramay Holiday, George DeVore, George Strait, Ginger & Sarah, Herb Steiner, Hollisters, Ian Moore, Jack Ingram, James Hyland, Jane Bond, Jeff Hughes, Jim Stringer, Jon Dee Graham, Karen Poston, Karen Tyler, Kelly Willis, Kevin Fowler, Kimmie Rhodes, LeeAnn Atherton, Libbi Bosworth, Lloyd Maines & Terri Hendrix, Lucky Strikes, Mady Kaye, Mandy Mercier, Marcia Ball, Marti Brom & Her Barnshakers, Matt Powell, Meg Hentges, Ojala, Pamela Hart, Pat Green, Paul Sanchez, Ponty Bone, Rainravens, Reckless Kelly, Redd Volkaert, Robert Earl Keen, Rod Moag, Roger Wallace, Roy Heinrich, Seth Walker, Shake Russell & Dana Cooper, Shiva's Headband, Slaid Cleaves, Stephen Bruton, Susanna Van Tassel, Texas Tornados, Tish Hinojosa, Todd Snider, Toni Price, Vallejo, Whiskey Dent, and Willie Nelson!

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