What I Like About Texas (new)

(new version) A slideshow I created for Gary P. Nunn’s song “What I Like About Texas”

P. Green – Pat Green: I Like Texas sheet music is available online.

What I Like About Texas (HD)

Song What I Like About Texas. Artist Gary P. Nunn. Pictures are from Google. I don’t own the song or music. Watch in HD. Please Comment & Rate Interesting fa…

Billy the kid, list of people killed? I need a list of everyone Billy the Kid killed and the dates pleez

P. Green – Pat Green: I Like Texas sheet music is available online.

This is a list of all the men that have been killed by Billy the Kid, the Regulators, and/or Billy’s second gang, the RustlersThe Victims Francis P. ‘Windy’ Cahill, a bully and blacksmith at Fort Grant, Arizona. Was shot in the gut and killed by Billy the Kid on Aug. 17, 1877. William McCloskey, a Regulator who was possibly a Murphy-Dolan-Riley partisan. Shot in the head and killed by a Regulator, possibly Frank MacNab, on Mar. 9, 1878 when McCloskey said he would have to be killed before Morton or Baker were harmed. William Scott ‘Buck’ Morton, a House employee who was also a member of the Jessie Evans Gang and also led the sub-posse that killed John Tunstall. Killed by the Regulators on Mar. 9, 1878 when Morton fled after MacNab killed McCloskey. Frank Baker, a member of the Jessie Evans Gang who was also in the sub-posse that killed John Tunstall. Killed by the Regulators on Mar. 9, 1878 when Baker fled after MacNab killed McCloskey. Sheriff William Brady, the sheriff of Lincoln County who was also a Murphy-Dolan-Riley thug and he also deputized most of the other Murphy-Dolan-Riley henchmen. Actual killer unknown, shot eight or nine times and killed by Billy the Kid, Fred Waite, Frank MacNab, Henry Brown, Big Jim French, and John Middleton on Apr. 1, 1878. Deputy George Hindman, was in the sub-posse that killed John Tunstall. First shot in the neck by Frank MacNab, but then shot again and killed by Fred Waite on Apr. 1, 1878. Andrew L. ‘Buckshot’ Roberts (AKA: Bill Williams, Jesse Andrews), a member of the sub-posse that killed John Tunstall. Shot in the lower gut by Charlie Bowdre on April 4, 1878 and died of the wound the following day. Charles Marshall, a member of the Seven Rivers Warriors and the sub-posse that killed John Tunstall. Possibly shot and killed by the Regulators (exact killer(s) unknown) on Apr. 30, 1878. Tom Green, a member of the Seven Rivers Warriors who was also in the sub-posse that killed John Tunstall. Possibly shot and killed by the Regulators (exact killer(s) unknown) on Apr. 30, 1878. Jim Patterson, a member of the Seven Rivers Warriors. Possibly shot and killed by the Regulators (exact killer(s) unknown) on Apr. 30, 1878. John Galvin, a member of the Seven Rivers Warriors. Possibly shot and killed by the Regulators (exact killer(s) unknown) on Apr. 30, 1878. Manuel ‘Indian’ Segovia, a member of the Jessie Evans Gang who also was in the sub-posse that killed John Tunstall. Actual killer unknown; possibly killed by Frank Coe, Billy the Kid, or Jose Chavez y Chavez. Charlie ‘Lollycooler’ Crawford, a member of the Seven Rivers Warriors. Shot in the torso by Regulator Fernando Herrera and killed on July 16, 1878. Robert W. ‘Bob’ Beckwith, a member of the Seven Rivers Warriors who was also in the sub-posse that killed John Tunstall. Shot in the right wrist and right eye and killed by a Regulator on July 19, 1878. Morris J. Bernstein, Mescelaro Apache Reservation Agency clerk. Shot four times and killed by Regulator Atanacio Martinez on Aug. 5, 1878. Joe ‘Texas Red’ Grant, a bounty hunter and wannabe gunfighter. Shot three times in the head and killed by Billy the Kid on Jan. 10, 1880. Deputy James Carlyle, member of the posse that tried to capture Billy the Kid, Dirty Dave Rudabaugh, and Billy Wilson. Shot three times and killed on Nov. 27, 1880 , possibly by Billy the Kid, Dirty Dave and Wilson, possibly by his own posse. Deputy James William Bell, a deputy to Sheriff Pat Garrett and one of Billy the Kid’s guards. Shot in the torso and killed by Billy the Kid on Apr. 28, 1881. Deputy Ameredith Robert B. ‘Pecos Bob’ Olinger, a bully and deputy to Sheriff Pat Garrett. Shot in the shoulder, chest, and face with his own shotgun by Billy the Kid and killed on Apr. 28, 1881.

new country rock band out of Texas? I for the life of me cannot remember the name of this band,and have very little information to describe them.I know they are form Texas (I know not narrowing it down to far)they all wear cowboy hats and people say they are like kid rock.please I am going insane!!any help would be greatly appreciated.
Here is a list of a lot of bands on the Texas Country and Red Dirt scene.If you have any more information on this band message me and tell me, because Texas Country is pretty much all I listen to.Aaron WatsonBart Crow BandBleu EdmondsonBrandon RhyderCasey Donahew BandCharlie RobisonCooder GrawCory MorrowCross Canadian RagweedDarren KozelskyDeryl DoddDjango WalkerEli Young BandGary P. NunnGranger SmithThe Great DivideJack IngramJamie RichardsJason Boland & The StragglersJerry AudleyJerry Jeff WalkerJohnny CooperJosh Abbott BandKeith DavisKevin FowlerKyle Bennett BandKyle ParkNo JusticePat GreenRandy Rogers BandReckless KellyRich O’TooleRobert Earl KeenRoger CreagerScott Wiggins BandStoney LaRueTommy AlversonWade BowenJames LaanMark McKinneyMicky & the MotorcarsJackson TaylorSteve Helms BandSonny BurgessAustin CunninghamBrandon KinneyJeff AllenZack Walther & the CronkitesBrazos StoneRadney FosterHoneybrowneRyan BinghamGary KyleBrandon JenkinsRodney Parker & Fifty Peso RewardWhiskey MyersZona JonesJeff GriffithMike McClure BandJarrod BirminghamZane LewisLuke RobinsonBJ BlueJason AllenSeth JamesJeremiah Houston BandJ.R. CastilloCody Johnson BandTejas BrothersHayes CarllJosh Ward BandColby YatesRyan Bales BandRay Wylie HubbardBilly Joe ShaverEleven Hundred SpringsDale WatsonCurtis GrimesTexas RenegadeTodd FritschRyan BeaverBruce Robison80 ProofBastard Sons Of Johnny CashScooter Brown BandRio GrandMo Robson BandBack Porch MaryKurt SouthBobby DuncanDoug MorelandRichie AllbrightLance Wade ThomasHighspeed HayrideOwen TempleTravis MitchellCody Gill Band

I’d scroll through this Texas music chart to see if you see a song you recognize. texasmusicchart.com/Pages/Chart.htmAlso, check the recently played list at this radio station. 959theranch.comIf you could tell me a song by them, i might be able to help you more.