Songs About Texas, The Lone Star State

The state song is "Texas, Our Texas" by William J. Marsh and Gladys Yoakum Wright. Many artists are signed by the music industry after performing the annual South by Southwest Music Convention in Austin. Texas is most known musically as home to many country artists, but it also shares heritage with Mexican culture, since at one time it belonged to Mexico.

Several Native American tribes such as Pueblo and Mississippian populated the land before Spaniards arrived in 1540 to claim the land. In the 19th century it became part of Mexico, after winning independence from Spain. Following the Mexican-American War Texas became a state in 1845. Texas went on to be a leading state in agriculture and oil then technology. Themes that represent Texas include cowboys, sports, barbecue, deserts, grasslands, forests and the Gulf of Mexico coastline.

Deep In The Heart of Texas by George Strait, also Moe Bandy, Bing Crosby, Gene Autry
All My Ex's Live In Texas by George Strait
El Paso by Marty Robbins
Luckenbach, Texas by Waylon Jennings & Willie Nelson
Texas Fight by University of Texas Longhorn Band
Texas Aggie War Hymn by The Fightin' Texas Aggie Band
Texas The Eyes of Texas by University of Texas Longhorn Band
Sweet Little Sixteen by Chuck Berry
Truckin' by The Grateful Dead
Texas Flood by Stevie Ray Vaughan
Texas by Willie Nelson
Texas by Highwaymen
Ghost of a Texas Ladies' Man by Concrete Blonde
God Bless Texas by Little Texas
I Can't See Texas From Here by George Strait
Texas by George Strait
Texas by The Charlie Daniels Band
Texas Was You by Jason Aldean
Texas by Jockopierce
Texas by Eric Johnson
She's Like Texas by Josh Abbott Band
Texas by The Electric Flag
Texas by Izzy Stradlin
Texas by Merle Haggard
Texas by Beat Farmers

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