Your Fresh Global Texan Chronicles Weekly Top 10 for May 22, 2017

Fresh Global Texan Chronicles Weekly Top 10.

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Thank You for coming by Global Texan Chronicles this past week as Seattle’s Bread & Butter stopped by to go track by track their stellar new self-titled album, Ken Michaels chatted with Ringo Starr on Beatles’ Show Every Little Thing, Billy Momo brought their first-hand musician’s wisdom in a fresh blog post, Walter Price looked back at three cool versions of John Denver’s “Take Me Home, Country Roads”, and our friends at Real Rock And Roll Music Blog sent over killer new tracks from We Start Wars, Aviator Shades, and Idlewar!

And sadly, the world lost one of the most genuine, recognizable and influential voices in rock n’ roll. Chris Cornell left this planet far too soon and will be missed deeply.

Chris Cornell 1964-2017


Here is what was read the most at The GTC May 15 – 21, 2017

  1. Bread & Butter Self-Titled LP Track x Track
  2. GTC Has Track Picks Real Rock And Roll Music Blog Edition May 2017 Pt. 2
  3. Gospel According to Evan Egerer – Sinner
  4. 5 Albums That Helped Shape The Breaking’s Adam Sweeney & Tim Karplus
  5. Beatles Show Every Little Thing w/ Ken Michaels: Ringo Starr Interview
  6. Three Way: John Denver – Take Me Home, Country Roads
  7. 3 Reasons Why The Black Lillies – Hard to Please
  8. Billy Momo Says: The post gig blues
  9. 2 From Mark J. Lee
  10. This Just In: Your band name is terrible!


Where did you come from last week:

  1. United States
  2. United Kingdom
  3. Australia
  4. Germany
  5. Italy
  6. Brazil
  7. Canada
  8. Spain
  9. Sweden
  10. Netherlands






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