Country music singer, songwriter and record producer Rodney Crowell brings his Houston via Nashville compositions to the Temple Cultural Activities Center stage Saturday as part of the Texas Singers-Songwriters concert series.
Crowell was raised in Houston, put together a band while still a high school student and moved to Nashville at age 22. He made friends with fellow musicians/songwriters Townes Van Zandt and Guy Clark, and moved to Los Angeles to play guitar for Emmylou Harris. Crowell released his first album in 1978 and also produced tracks for Rosanne Cash’s debut album.
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