Kevin was mentioned in the July 30th Austin Chronicle as one of the people who kept Liberty Lunch’s “Gloriafest” from getting boring. Like to read more? Click here.
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Experience Drums & Percussion, Soulhat (Austin, TX) – Retired 1991-Released Live At The Black Cat Lounge (Currant Records) 1992 Licensed Outdebox to Spindletop Records 1993 Signed to Sony/Epic Records (NY,NY) 1994 Released Good To Be Gone (Epic) Texas Recording & Performing Alejandro Escovido Omar and the Howlers Delbert McClinton Doug Sahm and the Texas Mavericks […]
Editor’s Note: This statement is not an official band statement or anything of the sort. It was written by a fan and is in some way sentimental and thus utterly biased. But we think it touches most of the bases – lets you know where they’ve been and where they’re going. Soulhat is virtually a […]
The Austin Chronicle 12/2/94 by Mindy LaBernz Bill Cassis is no hippie. It’s one of the first things he says and is, incidentally, one of the few juicy things he’ll actually say on the record. You see, not only is Soulhat’s guitar player and former manager intent on dispelling the hippie stigma that has tailed […]