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Music Crossroads of Texas: Guy Clark Tribute
 

“Desperados Waiting for the Train” – Jerry Jeff Walker
“Texas 1947” – Guy Clark
“LA Freeway” – Guy Clark
“Don’t Let the Sunshine Fool You” – Townes Van Zandt
“Texas Cookin” – Guy Clark
“The Houston Kid” – Guy Clark
“Heartbroke” – Ricky Skaggs
“Homegrown Tomatoes” – Guy Clark
“Old Friends” – Terry Allen
“The Randall Knife” – Guy Clark
“My Favorite Picture of You” – Guy Clark
“Cheer Up Little Darling” – Angaleena Presely & Guy Clark

Join First United Methodist Church for this profound, reflective masterwork, Requiem Opus 9 by organist and composer Maurice Duruflé. The FUMC Chancel Choir, soloists and chamber orchestra present deeply moving music for All Saints Day. Dr. Seung-Won Cho, Director of Traditional Music Ministries and Senior Organist at FUMC joins The Front Row to tell us more about the concert.

If you like art and you like history, you can enjoy both at an exhibit in the Museum of Texas Tech University. It’s called the “Premodern Bible, From the Dead Seas Scrolls to the Complutensian Polyglot Bible,” and represents the largest collection of original and facsimile biblical manuscripts ever assembled in West Texas.
 

John Howe, co-curator of the exhibition and a professor of history at Texas Tech, says visitors can learn much about the Bible and its iterations through the years.

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