The Texas Music Project and music education owes
much to the Texas companies and venues below who are deeply committed to music education in Texas schools, and have generously
provided the support needed to fund operations, programs and grants. In order to accomplish our objectives, we will need the continued
support of the Texas business community.
We would also like to recognize the schools
who actively support The Texas Music Project.
98.1 KVET, The Genuine Austin Original continues to lead country radio in Austin, Texas, featuring country legends, Nashville cats and Texas
pickers. KVET’s Free Texas Music Series, spotlights Texas musicians and songwriters, Wednesday nights April-September.
Thanks for joining 98.1 KVET and the Texas Music Project in the mission to provide music education in our schools.
A Texas Style with Shannon is an on-location how-to television series debuting on stations serving Texans this fall. Billed as a television
show "for Texans, by Texans," it will inform, entertain and empower its viewers. A Texas Style with Shannon will air weekly "Don't Mess
with Texas Music" segments on its television program featuring Texas musicians as part of its commitment to Texas artists and to improving
music education in the State.
Playing 4 decades of World Class Rock, Channel 102-3 is proud to support the Texas Music Project and the local music that put Austin on the map.
Our "Texas Flood" show airs Sundays at 9p; and on Fridays at 9:20a we host a "Morning Mini Concert" with live music from a Texas artist.
Tune in to hear David Bowie, Coldplay, Rolling Stones, Bob Marley, Otis Redding, David Gray, Eric Clapton and more on Austin's World Class Rock.
Wesley Porter and creativefire are committed to excellence in design across media. As print and interactive, design remains the fundamental
conduit between client and audiences. At creativefire, creativity and technology respond to one another, both to build value and to form new
avenues for visual communication. Creativefire is committed to the Texas Music Project efforts to help strengthen music education in Texas schools,
and is pleased to provide print design and advertising services to TMP.
Crystal Clear Sound is a full-service music production, manufacturing and distribution operation. Crystal Clear Sound is proud of the contribution
our dedicated staff has made to the regional and national success of many of the artists we work with, and especially the success of the Texas
music community. We look forward to an even brighter future as we help musicians and audio professionals realize their goals.
The world's oldest and largest show of its kind is a proud supporter of the Texas Music Project. The 29th annual show takes place April 23-34, 2006
at Dallas Market Hall, and will be host to the Texas Music Project’s 3rd annual "Texas 10 Under 20" aspiring young artist contest, open
to all student musicians, singers and bands age 20 or under.
Classic Rock in Dallas lives on 92.5 KZPS. From ZZ Top to Stevie Ray Vaughn, Led Zeppelin to Boston, the Classics are played here. KZPS, proud
supporter of class acts like the Texas Music Project.
Milam & Company (512.472.3444)
Milam & Co. is proud to support the Texas Music Project through our two ‘Don’t Mess With Texas Music—Live’ free
music series in Austin and Dallas. These shows are two of the seven weekly music series that the Austin-based firm produces in Austin, Dallas, Fort Worth
and San Antonio. Milam & Co. produces over 200 live events a year across Texas.
Many thanks to the Paulos Foundation and Rhythm Band Instruments for their support of quality arts education for all our children.
Rhythm Band Instruments, Inc., takes a great deal of pride in providing top-quality products and service to music educators nationally and internationally.
Tapley Entertainment is proud to be a part of this endeavor to support the music industry with a new awareness and to help raise the sorely
needed funds for Texas musical arts programs. For over ten years, Tapley Entertainment Inc. has provided a variety of national acts, entertainers,
and musical attractions for corporate functions, private events, and charity fundraisers nationwide.
The Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) has graciously licensed the use of its "Don't Mess with Texas" slogan to the Texas Music Project
to help benefit music education in Texas schools. "Don't Mess with Texas" is the tough-talking litter prevention campaign reminding Texans to
keep their trash in the car and off our roads. Although the program has helped successfully reduce litter by 52 percent since 1995, nearly forty
percent of Texans admit to littering in the past three years even though it's illegal and they can be fined up to $500. TxDOT and the Texas Music
Project encourage you to take pride in the Lone Star State, and "Don't Mess with Texas."
Showcasing the amazing contribution Texans have made and are making to music, Texas Music Magazine is the first place Texans turn for information
on all things music in Texas. We educate our readers about great contemporary bands from the state as well as provide interesting historical
perspectives on music in Texas. And we entertain with humorous stories about many of Texas' colorful personalities as well as provide coverage
of music events from around the state.
Dallas’ very own New Rock Station the Edge is proud to be a Texas Music Project supporter. For 16 years, the Edge has been going
strong as a leader in the music community of Dallas. 102.1 The Edge supports the local music scene with Chris Ryan and the Local Show every
Sunday night, and the Adventure Club with Josh has been repeatedly voted Best Music Show in Dallas. New Rock 102.1 The Edge and Texas
Music Project - keeping music alive.