Authors Michael H. Price and Tom Reynolds
A capsule history of the jazz-and-blues traditions of Fort Worth, Texas, from primary-source interviews.
(Back cover) A symbol of Fort Worth’s jazz heritage since 1957, Record Town and its neon sign beckon enthusiasts from around the world. The legendary store - from its origins to a new beginning in 2018 - anchors this collection of original research, legendry, and commentary into the jazz, blues, swing, and rock ‘n’ roll scenes that have kept Fort Worth unique, and uniquely diversified, among the historic music making cities.
Working musician and journalist Michael H. Price has covered the Texas jazz scene since 1980. Tom Reynolds is an accomplished jazz musician, rancher, developer and co-owner of Record Town.