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‘Troubadour, TX’ launches second season Sept. 29-30

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NASHVILLE -- Texas singer-songwriter television series “Troubadour, TX” begins its much-anticipated season two on Saturday and Sunday, Sept. 29-30, with some new faces and a leaner, 30-minute episode format.

After three years in development, 18 months in production, 194,000 miles and 22,000 hours of footage, “Troubadour, TX” premiered across America in 2011, introducing dozens of singer-songwriters as they chased their dreams across the Lone Star State. In its second season, the groundbreaking, documentary-meets-reality TV series is focusing on a more concentrated lineup of talent, characterized as artists either “Chasing The Dream” or “Living The Dream.”

Confirmed “Chasing The Dream” artists include Kylie Rae Harris and Zane Williams (returning from season one), along with newcomers Matt Caldwell, Josh Grider, Cody Johnson, and female trio “Michaelis,” among others.

“Living The Dream” artists include some of Texas’ most established and recognizable names, such as Wade Bowen, Roger Creager, Ray Wylie Hubbard, Cory Morrow, and Walt Wilkins. More “Living The Dream” artists will continue to be added to the season two lineup.

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