Soap Creek Saloon (Austin, Tex.)

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Established in 1973 by George Majewski (b. 1943) and his wife Carlyne Majer (b. 1947), Soap Creek Saloon became a major venue for a wide variety of Texas music until it closed permanently in 1985. ATS Management, founded as Austin Tejas Sounds by Carlyne Majer about 1974, booked bands at the music hall and has represented many Austin artists including blues singer Marcia Ball and country fiddler Alvin Crow.

From the description of Soap Creek Saloon [sound recording]s : 1974-1985. (University of Texas Libraries). WorldCat record id: 23835008

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creatorOf Soap Creek Saloon (Austin, Tex.). Soap Creek Saloon [sound recording]s : 1974-1985. University of Texas Libraries
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associatedWith Asleep at the Wheel (Musical group) corporateBody
associatedWith ATS Management (Austin, Tex.) corporateBody
associatedWith Ball, Marcia. person
associatedWith Campi, Ray. person
associatedWith Crow, Alvin. person
associatedWith Denim (Musical group) corporateBody
associatedWith Hearne, Bill and Bonnie (Musical group) corporateBody
associatedWith Johnson, Eric, 1954- person
associatedWith Lone Justice (Musical group) corporateBody
associatedWith Majer, Carlyne, 1947- person
associatedWith Majewski, George, 1943- person
associatedWith Sahm, Doug. person
Place Name Admin Code Country
Austin (Tex.)
Country music
Music videos
Popular music--1971-1980
Blues (Music)
Sound Recordings

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