Global Texan Chronicles
1. November 2014 By Walter Price 0

Your GTC Top Ten October 2014

“I thought rock and roll was an unassailable outlet for some pure and natural expression of rebellion. It Global Texan Chroniclesused to be the one channel you could take without ever havin’ to kiss ass, you know?” – Keith Richards

Well, October was hardly even around long enough…It’s a weird month anyway.

We would love to thank Jubilee Riots, Rich Girls,  Faz Waltz, The Blank Tapes, Howlin’ Lord, Holiday Sidewinder, Hellsingland Underground, The Tropics, The Violent Years, Pauline Andrès, Destroy She Said, and Dangermaker for stopping by and chatting with us all things their music in October. All of you are helping make the rockin’ world go round!

How was your October?

Jubilee Riots Penny Black albumHuge high-fives to all of you who stopped by to check out the best music being made by the most authentic artists on the planet…The world is a better place when we’re not force fed overly produced jibber-jabber in sounds. And thank you for putting up with all the changes around this place…we’re almost done with the tweaks. Allegedly.

Here is a look at what was read the most by you or other very cool people you should get to know. Your GTC Top Ten October 2014

  1. Jubilee Riots Penny Black
  2. Catching Up w/ The Violent Years
  3. Catching Up With Hellsingland Underground
  4. Rich Girls: Fiver
  5. Howlin’ Lord
  6. J.P. Kallio: Watch The Rain
  7. Chuck Berry Rockin’ 88
  8. Holiday Sidewinder
  9. Review Blues Pills – ‘Blues Pills’
  10. Faz Waltz – ‘Looking For A Ghost’