Wilson Street Imagery

More photos from the historic music enclave in South Austin where memories begin and never end

Photo by Jana Birchum

Miss Lavelle White is light on her feet on Wilson Street.



Photo by Jana Birchum

Dutch displays a fistful of tattoos



Courtesy of Charlie Faye/Alix Klingenberg

Charlie Faye strolls and strums in the courtyard of the Wilson Street cottages.



Courtesy of Charlie Faye

Walter Tragert stands in the doorway of his cottage.



Courtesy of Jo Rae Di Menno

Alejandro Escovedo, recording “Pyramid of Tears” in Jo Rae Di Menno’s apartment, circa 1990



Courtesy of Jo Rae Di Menno

Dana Smith, Kathy Brotherton, and Jo Rae Di Menno, late Eighties/early Nineties



Courtesy of Jo Rae Di Menno

Former Wilson Street resident Phyllis Arp (r), with John Morthland, early Nineties



Courtesy of Theresa DiMenno Photography

Former cottage resident Theresa DiMenno’s living room-turned-bedroom. Guitarist Rick Poss also lived here, and when he moved out, DiMenno made the space her own.



Courtesy of Theresa DiMenno Photography

J.D. Foster and his guitar



Courtesy of Theresa DiMenno Photography

Theresa DiMenno’s cat, Frankie, chilling in the living room as music plays on Rick Poss’ old turntable



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  • Imagery

    Here are more photos from the historic music enclave in South Austin where memories begin and never end.

    Imagery

    Here are more photos from the historic music enclave in South Austin where memories begin and never end.

    Imagery

    Here are more photos from the historic music enclave in South Austin where memories begin and never end.

    Imagery

    Here are more photos from the historic music enclave in South Austin where memories begin and never end.
  • Imagery

    Here are more photos from the historic music enclave in South Austin where memories begin and never end.

    Imagery

    Here are more photos from the historic music enclave in South Austin where memories begin and never end.

    Imagery

    Here are more photos from the historic music enclave in South Austin where memories begin and never end.

    Imagery

    Here are more photos from the historic music enclave in South Austin where memories begin and never end.

    Imagery

    Here are more photos from the historic music enclave in South Austin where memories begin and never end.

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