Luckenbach In The News

Texas Hill Country Magazine: March 2015

Everybody's Somebody In Luckenbach read more »

Southern Living Magazine: 16 Adventures in Texas' Hidden Hill Country

Music is such a huge part of the Hill Country culture that one whole town is dedicated to it—Luckenbach. read more »

Prime Living Magazine: Dance Across Texas

Grab a partner and two-step over to an authentic Texas dance hall and experience the excitement of Western dancing and live country music that began more than a century ago. Your bucket list isn’t complete without a trip to the oldest, biggest and most hip honky-tonks in the state. read more »

Ask Men Magazine: Top 10 North American Motorcycle Routes

In our previous look at the Top 10 International Motorcycle Routes, we justified the idea of burning through your vacation days on two wheels in other continents. This time, we’re staying in North America. Not that it makes the selection process easier; we could easily compile a Top 10 like this for nearly every state and province on this giant landmass. read more »

Austin Business Journal: A Serendipitous Meeting Turns to Jamming at the Saloon

Austin musicians Kevin Higgins and Barbara Malteze had an impromptu jam session with Hugh Laurie of television’s “House” this week at the Luckenbach Saloon. The husband and wife musical team, founding members of the Texas band The Dust Devils, were hosting a sing-songwriters circle at the saloon about 80 miles west of Austin on Monday, when Laurie and a film crew stopped in to join the festivities.
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Luckenbach’s musical roots run deep in Texas tradition

According to Rob Davis, a.k.a. “Moondog,” bartender at the only bar in Luckenbach, that’s the reaction from many who visit this Hill Country hamlet-cum-music venue made famous by Waylon Jennings’ 1977 hit “Luckenbach, Texas (Back to the Basics of Love).” read more »

Our Fredericksburg-A Texas Hill Country Vacation Destination-Luckenbach Texas

On this weeks Our Fredericksburg, we visit world famous Luckenbach Texas. With its rich musical heritage, laidback atmosphere, cold beer, and daily guitar pickers under the shade of the huge oak trees. read more »

Outlaw Magazine Tv: The Luckenbach Poet

Luckenbach Texas is a place with a consciousness all of its own. It vibrates with music, laughter and the spirit of connection that binds us all. A Post Office, Dancehall, scenic outdoor event area, happy roosters running wild, big beautiful trees and a cozy wood stove inside the legendary Luckenbach bar all set the staging for absolute pure M-A-G-I-C on a daily basis. read more »

Southern Living Magazine: 40 Things Every Southerner Should Do

Luckenbach was included in the Texas Special Travel Selection - True Texas Towns in the March Issue of Southern Living magazine. This special section was dedicated to small towns that are all and easy drive from a major city and just a shorter detour off the interstate. read more »

Texas Highway Magazine

It’s said that at when Robert Frost lived in San Antonio in the mid-1930s, the poet enjoyed trekking the Texas Hill Country. The question of which backroads in this area to explore likely presented him with dilemmas as intriguing as those encountered in his famous poem. read more »

Texas Music Fuels Renaissance for Legendary Luckenbach

There was no disco music, no flashing lights and not a Speedo-clad, gyrating hunk for miles. The only thing bare-naked, in fact, was the trampled soil under the towering canopy of live oaks. Still, the young women's laughter echoed between the narrow banks of toe-deep South Grape Creek on one side and a jumble of weather-etched buildings on the other. read more »