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Tommy Alverson / Press

“Arlington's Tommy Alverson should be the permanent face of the independent Texas country music movement. He embodies all the hallmarks of the sound, and the mind-set. Alverson is Lone Star proud. He's artistically beholden to nobody but himself. He loves Americana music, that decidedly Texas blend of country, swing, Tex-Mex, Southern rock, folk and blues. He writes songs, but also has no qualms about recording good material from somebody else's pen. He's made a living playing music his way. Texas One More Time is Alverson's ninth disc in a career that has been incredibly steady. He's carved a livelihood playing and recording the music he cherishes in the state he calls home. That's the epitome of successful. He doesn't need anything else.”

Mario Tarradel - Dallas Morning News

“Tommy Alverson Texas One More Time Tommy Alverson exploded on the Texas country music scene around the same time as Jack Ingram and Pat Green, with a similar mission — carry the torch for the honky-tonkers and cosmic cowboys of yesteryear in the beer joints of today,but with a couple of decades of life experience under his belt. Producer and collaborator Walt Wilkins keeps everything new-dime shiny but never too slick, and Alverson lets his husky, resonant voice rip on highlights including a muscular take on Clark’s “Broken Hearted People,” a swinging “It’s Hard To Say For Sure,” and a swaggering cover of/tribute to his late amigo Rusty Wier on “Slow, Stoned, & Rugged.” At a glance, the cover looks like it could be just another Texas souvenir; upon closer listen, it’s a snapshot of a dancehall pro in his prime. ”