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Texas Renegade / Press

“Texas Renegade has been able to fuse the country music of their childhood with the alternative rock of their high school years, most recently on their album “Bad Dreams and Other Things.” “I think we all came from a Matchbox Twenty, Counting Crows, Wallflowers kind of thing,” says Carver. “That’s what we were listening to the most when all of us become most influenced and decided to do what we wanted to do.” Blending those two sounds has been pretty easy for the Central Texas five-piece who started drawing an audience in and around San Marcos, while working and attending Texas State. Today they play as many as 180 shows every year.”

“The name Texas Renegade may suggest rebellion, but its spirit is something wholesome, hearty and blue-collar. The five country boys from San Marcos just go out and do their job, entertaining folks with a lighthearted stage show and songs the blend country, rock and pop sensibilities, carving out a corner of the Texas red-dirt scene all their own.”

“TXR represents everything I love in the "Texas Music Scene". Tyson is amazing to watch on the mandolin along with his brother Eli playing the upright base on this night. This group won “Best Live Band of 2008″ and it is apparent why the award was handed to them.”

“Texas Renegade Texas Renegade uses a unique mix of a harmonica and mandolin as the lead instruments that give them a distinct and memorable sound. Country rock or Americana. Last updated Mon., Jun.”