During Saturday’s (Feb. 24) Texas Heritage Songwriters’ Hall of Fame ceremony at the Paramount Theatre in Austin, Texas, honoree Ray Wylie Hubbard took to the stage along with his friend, Eric Church.
As seen in videos on social media, Hubbard and Church performed three songs together – “Tell The Devil I’m Getting There as Fast as I Can,” “Screw You, We’re From Texas” and everyone’s favorite singalong (where they were also joined by host Ronnie Dunn), “Snake Farm.”
As stated on their website, the Texas Heritage Songwriters’ Association aims “to honor and celebrate Texas songwriters who have played an important role in defining and interpreting Texas’ distinctive culture.”
Hubbard also performed with Hayes Carll on “Drunken Poet’s Dream,” while Rodney Crowell, Maren Morris and additional artists later took to the stage to perform that night.
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During this year’s ceremony, they inducted the legendary Buddy Holly, Liz Rose and Mickey Newbury, along with Ray Wylie Hubbard. Now, the organization has 48 well-respected Texas musicians in their Hall of Fame which started in 2006 with the induction of Sammy Allred, Sonny Throckmorton and Freddy Powers.