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Texas Music Office Director: From Fiddlin' Onstage To An Office At The Capitol

People Of Austin: Brendon Anthony

Brendon Anthony has seen just about every side of Texas music there is to see - from being a renowned and in-demand fiddle player through his younger years, and now settling into his role as only the second Director of the Texas Music Office over the course of that agency's history.  Brendon's a thoughtful and savvy guy who's clearly dedicated to making the most out of our beloved - and occasionally endangered - music community and industry here in Austin and across the Lone Star State. His story, from Texas A&M to an office at the Texas State Capitol, is below.

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Texas Music Office Director Brendon Anthony tells Chris Mosser of KGSR about his journey from Texas A&M, to country music stages across the state, to his current role as an advocate for Texas music at the State Capitol.

 

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