Omar and The Howlers – "KFJC Live Mic At SXSW – 1994" – [KFJC Live Mic]
Devlyn 12/1/2019 A Library, CD
In 1994 KFJC recorded and engineered performances at the South by South West Music Fest in Austin TX and broadcast those recordings live on KFJC airwaves and on 50 other radio stations that picked up the feed. Following is a Best of: KFJC Special featuring sets pulled from that live broadcast.
KFJC live mic recorded on March 19, 1994 @ Lazona Rosa Club in Austin Texas. This version of the recording was originally aired as a Mayhem special on 5/14/94 hosted by DJ Earl Grey
Length: 38mins, 30 secs
DJ: Earl Grey
Genre: Blues and Rock
The band in this recording features founder Kent Dykes on guitar and lead vocals, Bruce Jones on bass, and Wes Starr on drums.
Omar and the Howlers was a Texas based electric blues and blues rock band The Howlers formed in Hattiesburg, Mississippi in 1973. Three years later they moved to Austin, Texas. Their debut album “Big Leg Beat” for Amazing Records came out in 1980. In 1987, the band signed a recording contract with Columbia and “Hard Times in the Land of Plenty”, which sold over 500,000 copies. Band leader Kent Dykes stopped performing in 2018 after a flesh-eating disease decimated his arms.
Digitized from an archival VHS tape by Devlyn on 6/19
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