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Jimmy LaFave was an American singer-songwriter and folk musician. After moving to Stillwater, Oklahoma, LaFave became a supporter of Woody Guthrie. He later became an Advisory Board member and regular performer at the annual Woody Guthrie Folk Festival.
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Jimmy LaFave (born July 12, 1955, Wills Point, Texas, USA – died May 21, 2017, Austin, Texas, USA) was an American singer-songwriter and folk musician. Variations: Viewing All Jimmy LaFave. J. LaFave, Jimmy La Fave, Jimmy Lafafe, LaFave.
Jimmy LaFave, Austin, Texas. Contact Jimmy LaFave on Messenger. Musician · Photographer. Take a walk down a river road Take it in the morning light I promise by the end of the day Things are gonna be alright Take a walk down a river road Let the pain just disappear It's a great big world I'm glad that you're here. River Road by Jimmy LaFave. Beautiful song by Jimmy LaFave. Photographs of the Chattahoochee River.
Jimmy Lafave - Walk away Renee. Jimmy LaFave on Austin City Limits 1996 (Episode 2109). Jimmy LaFave "Restless Spirits". He had a job as the manager of a music club called Up Your Alley and during this period recorded the albums Down Under in 1979 and Broken Line in 1981. The Red Dirt Music Scene. While living in Stillwater, LaFave and loose collection of songwriters at a local venue known as "the farm" began developing a sound that would later become known as "red dirt music". During that time, LaFave met Bob Childers and produced his first record. Mixing blues, jazz, and country influences he began writing songs inspired by J. Cale, Chet Baker
Jimmy LaFave (July 12, 1955 – May 21, 2017) was an American singer-songwriter and folk musician. He was born in Willis Point, Texas. After moving to Stillwater, Oklahoma, LaFave created a musical style called Red Dirt music. LaFave was an Advisory Board member and regular performer at the annual Woody Guthrie Folk Festival. LaFave has recorded 15 albums and his 2007 release, Cimarron Manifesto, reached the No. 1 mark on the Americana Music Association album chart.
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Jimmy LaFave (July 12, 1955 – May 21, 2017) was an American singer-songwriter and folk musician. In 1996 LaFave received the Kerrville Folk Festival songwriter of the year award and appeared on the TV show Austin City Limits. He has recorded 15 albums and his 2007 release, Cimarron Manifesto, reached the No. Full Moon Rain", which featured his photography as the cover artwork. Red Dirt Music scene.