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NOVEMBER REYNA

Fabi Reyna, guitarist with youthful roots-rockers the Flames, picks her way through Brenda Lee's "Sweet Nothins" at the Broken Spoke's 40th birthday party last week. The venerable dance hall was so full the floor sagged, as Austinites of all ages also enjoyed the warped vaudevillian antics of the White Ghost Shivers, pure country from Alvin Crow, and an all-star jam that saw Dale Watson and Chris Wall, backed by Redd Volkaert, trading vocals on Willie & Waylon's "Good Hearted Woman," Harlan Howard's "She's Gone, Gone, Gone," and trucker classic "Eastbound & Down." Mayor Will Wynn was on hand to proclaim "Broken Spoke Day," and he later chatted with Susan Antone, who had just seen Ray for the third time. "My soul is there," she said.

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