ABOUT GLOBAL TEXAN CHRONICLES
The GTC is located in Leipzig, Germany with contributors from all over the planet (Earth). The GTC is a crew of very few who love and promote the real people who are making their art. Country, rock, singer/songwriter, metal and so on. If It’s not put together in a boardroom, all the better, we’ll find it and then talk about it.
We’re not trying to be popular, right, in-the-know, or necessarily profit, we’re just listening to music.
All press requests for hard copies, guest lists, and interviews will be handled by GTC editor Walter Price. If you receive any requests from anyone other than Mr. Price please contact us or ignore completely. We look forward to working with you and (or) your artists.
The photos we choose to feature in our articles and reviews are most often provided by the artists, record labels or PR firms. On occasions, we have to search for ‘public domain’ photos and artwork. We never intend to infringe on anyone’s copyright or property. If you see a photo that is your work and it is not for public consumption, please contact us and we will replace your work immediately.
The Global Texan logo/artwork is by Matt Adams of The Blank Tapes.
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Happy New Year from all of us at Global Texan Chronicles 🎉 Each and every one of you made 2019 our most visited year. This means a whole lotta amazing indie/DYI (and beyond) artists had more eyes and ears on them and this is our main objective. So Thank You!!
In 2020, a couple of changes will be made at the GTC.
1) It’s been our goal to try and credit as many people that participated in a project. Producers, songwriters, studios, photographers, etc. We’ll now start crediting PR firms/peeps involved with each release. In many cases, these are small homegrown outfits doing their best to get the word out about great artists and their projects and deserve some acknowledgment.
2) We’ll discontinue using the service that counts social media activity for our website. It’s become very clear that this plugin/company is not very accurate of late and its time to move on without them.
Again, Thank You so much for supporting us throughout the last decade…What started off as a passion project, remains a project full of passion.
– Walter Price (editor)