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  • Battle lines drawn over proposed State Music Museum in Austin

    During his years as a professional memorabilia collector for the Hard Rock Cafe chain, Thomas Kreason often noticed that many of Texas’ musical treasures — from rare phonograph records to celebrity guitars — were slipping out of the Lone Star State. (Video by Max Faulkner/Star-Telegram)

During his years as a professional memorabilia collector for the Hard Rock Cafe chain, Thomas Kreason often noticed that many of Texas’ musical treasures — from rare phonograph records to celebrity guitars — were slipping out of the Lone Star State. (Video by Max Faulkner/Star-Telegram) mfaulkner@star-telegram.com
During his years as a professional memorabilia collector for the Hard Rock Cafe chain, Thomas Kreason often noticed that many of Texas’ musical treasures — from rare phonograph records to celebrity guitars — were slipping out of the Lone Star State. (Video by Max Faulkner/Star-Telegram) mfaulkner@star-telegram.com

State music museum proposal advances to full Texas Senate

April 04, 2017 9:39 AM