Christian Wallace
Christian Wallace
Texas Writer

For the March issue of Texas Monthly, I wrote about our subpar state song, and why it's time we find a different tune. Read the story here: Texas Monthly
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Colin Colby has released a new tune honoring Victor Holk. I wrote an article remembering the folk singer's legacy. Read the story here: Lone Star Music Magazine
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A new book chronicle's the life of my good friend and mentor, Kent Finlay. Here's an intro I wrote to an exclusive Texas Monthly excerpt, written by King George. Read the story here: Texas Monthly
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Maybe you've seen BSR Cable Park's viral video of good-looking youth flailing themselves into an aquablue pond. I went to Waco to see this place for myself, and found a redneck paradise. Read the story here: Texas Monthly
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Texas Standard can be heard across the state on NPR stations. I spent some time with Luke Quinton in Austin's KUT studio talking about roughnecking in the Permian Basin. Listen online here: Texas Standard
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Boots & Bones is back on the airwaves. The first episode of my alternative- and classic-country radio show is now available online. Tune into 89.9 FM (KTSW, San Marcos, TX) every Tuesday from 6-8 pm to hear the country
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What does an octogenerian country singer and a Houston-born rapper have in common? A lot more than you might think.... Read my article here: Texas Monthly
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This article follows one family's journey to recovery after the 2015 Memorial Day Flood in San Marcos. Story here: Texas Monthly
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Zach Olson's podcast, Natural Gas 102, is a weekly look at news from the oil and gas industry. I was his featured guest on March 15. Podcast can be heard here: http://naturalgas102.com/learning-to-roughneck-march-15-2015/
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I had the honor of spending some time with James McMurtry and his son Curtis after a late-December gig in Austin. Read the article here: Texas Monthly
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