Lubbock Music NOW went live via Facebook announcing the upcoming artists and the songs that will be on the upcoming album release this fall.

The Lubbock Music NOW album is a project of Civic Lubbock this year and is sponsored by HEB. The album will consist of  21 local artists and their music. The artists and their songs, which will be featured on the album are listed below. 

Alma Quartet - Solitude

Bob Simpson - Tell me

Cade Gregg -  Faith

Calistro Junior Vasquez - Blue

Cary & Steve - Playscape

Chris Bone Garza - World We Live In

Clifton Castle - Unbreakable Wall

D.G. Flewellyn - Just Let Me Love You

Drake Hayes Band - Nowhere Texas

Hannah Jackson - Prairie Eyes

Heather Savonne - Found In You

Jenni Dale Lord - Smile

Jerry Serrano - Dig Your Grave

Keedra Johnson - Nobody

Madelyn Mandry - Fall For You

Outwest - Simple Feelings

Petrichor, LTD -  The Other Side

Southstate - Maybe Next Year

Spur 327 Band - 82 To Idalou

Steve Garry - Flatland Blues

Thomas Craig Elliot - Run Around Blues

These 21 artists each bring one song to the album which will allow the Lubbock Music NOW 2020 to be fully completed. The artists chosen to be featured on the album were decided back in April 2020 by members of the Texas Brand of The Recording Academy (Texas Grammy Board). The artists’ studio-produced songs were chosen by the top 21 songs ranked.

Although the album has seen some of these artists before, this release will include 10 new artists who have not been featured on the album previously. Since the Lubbock Music NOW began back in 2016, this will be their fifth album to release since.

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