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Wednesday, April 16, 2008

Hook 'em Hogs

Posted By on Wed, Apr 16, 2008 at 9:22 AM


Here's a little payback for that arrogant Texas Longhorn basketball coach.

The official state musician of Texas for 2008 is roots rocker Shelley King. King (pictured above), is a former Arkie, a graduate of Caddo High School in Montgomery County.

There will be a little ceremony honoring King at the Arkansas Texas Capitol at noon today.

Somebody call the Hogs.

(Note: You don't have to be Texas-born to be chosen. Five-year residency in Texas also qualifies. A winner is named each year for musical excellence and commitment to the arts in Texas.)

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