Attention all you Tweeks and Freaks, here is some more new music that released in Texas just before the world froze over.
This South Texas Tweek performance was co-written with Charley Crockett .“50 Dollars a Week,” is a song about working hard for little pay.
Hard times happen, and we as humans have to overcome. When we are working hard to support our loved ones we don’t mind. I have worked my hands black more than once in my life. I have been through some hard times. This is music that I can relate to. A man should never be afraid of hard work.
Charley Crockett is used to hard times. Last May, Crockett announced the release of his new album, Welcome to Hard Times.
Charley grew up in a trailer park in Los Fresnos way down in the southern tip of the Great State of Texas. At the age of 17 he left home and began making music. He played on the streets of New Orleans and in and around the arts and entertainment district Deep Ellum in Dallas, Texas. Crockett has worked on farms and communes. He has spent some time on the wrong side of the law including being arrested on possession charges. He has done his time, and put his troubles into his blues and americana music.
Charley began playing guitar on one his mother had purchased for him at a pawn shop.
“I taught myself how to play and started to write songs immediately, without any chord knowledge or anything. I didn’t know what key I was in for 12 years, but my ear was really good, and I could play in any key and any chord. I just didn’t know what it was.”Charley Crockett- Via Wikipedia
In the last few years, Charley Crockett has released multiple singles and has written and/or co wrote several songs.
I like Crockett’s style and South Texas Tweek’s voice and skill as a musician accompanies Crockett’s music well.
I enjoy the new tunes coming out from these guys and I know there is a future ahead for the both of them.