AUSTIN, TEXAS – Austin sure has grow’d up over the years. It’s still a great city, but some old timers still harken back to the days when it was a little less busy, a little less techie, and had no need for “Keep Austin weird” marketing campaigns.
We’re talking about the days when Cactus Pryor was on the air, Whole Foods was a small, casual, downscale market and bike paths were sidewalks.
Here some information on the folks who produced this video:
Texas Country music video remembering Old Austin, Texas 1965-1995. Every thing you remember from the good old days in Austin, Texas including Night Hawk steaks, the Chief Drive-in, Aqua Fest, Butter Krust Bakery, Cactus Pryor, Scarbroughs and more.
Songwriter – Gregg Ronald Geil
Vocal – Carlos Machiste
Video – Mary Hopkins Geil
Guitars, mandolin, fiddle, bass and drums – Rick Van Eman
Recorded at Machiste Studio in Austin and t9c Studio in Houston
Engineered and Mastered by Rick Van Eman at t9c Studio in Houston