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“Texas Wild”, celebrates 100 years of the Texas state parks network

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As part of the celebration of 100 years of Texas State Parks, the Texas Parks and Wildlife Foundation, in partnership with Rambler Sparkling Water Presented “Texas Wild” , an album where musicians from Texas pay tribute to classic melodies from the Lone Star state that reflect the state’s indomitable spirit. “Texas Wild” mixes the sounds of traditional Texas genres like blues, cumbia, and country with modern sounds like hip-hop, R&B, and electronica to be released on September 29.

Participating in this “Texas Wild” project are artists such as Ryan Bingham, Texas Gentlemen, Shane Smith and The Saints, The Suffers, or Ray Wylie Hubbard among others, to do the classics Sir Douglas Quintet, Townes Van Zandt, Selene, Willie Nelson or Lyle Lovett among others.

“Texas Wild”:

1.Fat Tony con Paul Wall: “(Hey Baby) Que Paso”
Original theme: Sir Douglas Quintet

2.The Texas Gentlemen: “(That’s right) You’re not from Texas”
Original theme: Lyle Lovett

3.Shane Smith and The Saints con Hayes Carl: “Pancho and Lefty”
Original theme: Townes Van Zandt

4.LUNA LUNA: “Once Upon a Time”
Original Theme: Selena Quintanilla

5. Ryan Bingham:
Original “Possum Kingdom” theme: The Toadies

6. The Sufferers: “My Mary”
Original theme: BW Stevenson

7.Shakey Graves with Jess Williamson: “True Love Will Find You Eventually”
Original theme: Daniel Johnston

8. Sir Woman with Ray Wylie Hubbard:
Original theme from “Texas Sun”: Khruangbin and Leon Bridges

9.Adrian Quesada of the US and The Soul Supporters: Original theme of “Say My Name”: Destiny’s Child

10. Sarah Jaffe: “Flying Closer to the Earth”
Original theme: Willie Nelson

11. The Toadies: “Since You’re Gone”
Original theme: Kelly Clarkson

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