Jerry Jeff Walker
Jerry Jeff Walker is strongly associated with the progressive ("outlaw") country scene that centered around Austin, TX, in the 1970s and included such figures as Willie Nelson, Guy Clark, Billy Joe Shaver, the Lost Gonzo Band, Waylon Jennings, and Townes Van Zandt. He is, for better or worse, best known as the writer of "Mr. Bojangles," an enduring pop classic he wrote

Joe Ely
A native of Amarillo, Texas, Joe Ely got his start in the early '70s. The album, Honky Tonk Masquerade, is the cornerstone of Ely's legacy and one of modern country's most ambitious albums. Further albums (especially Live Shots, recorded during his European tour with the Clash) brought him to the attention of rock fans and netted ecstatic reviews in country and pop magazines.

Paula Nelson
Paula Nelson was born on October 27th, 1969 in Houston, Texas, into a family of music and entertainment. She started playing piano and singing at the age of seven. She drew early influences from singers like Jesse Colter and Rita Coolidge, whose bluesy, supple vocal style provided one of Paula's earliest templates as she found her own voice. Texas Monthly has called that voice "torchy," and the Los Angeles Times praised, "There's no missing the unforced power of Paula's singing."

Jesse Dayton
Jesse Dayton has been globetrotting since his teen years, playing his unique style of country infused American music. His professional journey began with his rockabilly trio, The Road Kings, then onto his solo projects. Sensing a shift in the music business climate, Jesse formed his own label in 2002, Stag Records, and began his most prolific recording period. Between set calls, and writing sessions, Jesse manages to continue playing and creating music.

Sam Navarro and the Lone Star Devils
I started Lone Star Devils in late 2005 when I was going through hard times & tons of misery, I drowned myself in booze & the old school country music for weeks until I stumbled across my dusty guitar one night. I believe in writing songs from the heart & soul that take you to a certain place in life that only music can do.