What do you think? Vol. 1


Here’s a new segment we are starting!  It’s called “What do you think?”.  We’ll handpick a few songs, music videos, new singles,  live acoustic performances, etc… and ask you guys to provide feedback in the comments section.  Yep it is that simple!  We want to know what you think!


A few rules:

1.  Please try to be specific.  Tell us particularly what you like or don’t like.

2.  You can comment on 1 of them, or all of them. In your comment name the artists and songs you are commenting on.

3.  This is NOT a place to bash someone’s song.  By all means offer constructive criticism, but derogatory comments will be deleted!

4.  If you like something you see, or hear, spread the word and buy their music!


Texas Crossing – Cry



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Richard Stuart – Corner of my Mind



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Chad Cooke – Oil Man


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Author: Chris Fox

Music addict, a sucker for heartbreak songs, and avid Houston sports fan! I'am also the Editor-in-Chief of Texas Music Pickers.

12 thoughts on “What do you think? Vol. 1

  1. I love Texas Crossing Cry. The powerful vocals, the crying of that lead guitar. You can look at this song in so many ways which makes the songwriter amazing as well!! I can’t wait to see these folks live! I’ve been following them on Facebook and completely amazing people!

  2. Cry is such a good song from Texas Crossing. It is a country that sounds like it also could have been an 80’s metal band ballad, stripped down acoustically. Great power, raw emotion!

  3. Texas Crossing they are just WOW…amazingly talented, original and sound terrific. Both Colt and Tiffany have great voices and together they sound perfect. This band works hard, stays persistant and doesn’t follow the bro country lead they do their own thing making them one of a kind with their sound! Love Texas Crossing period!

  4. Cry by Texas Crossing is an amazing musical experience. Drawing from Country, Rock, and blues musical influences, heartfelt lyrics are layered over excellent instruments resulting in a catchy and expertly crafted song.

  5. Real music. Real vocals. Honest and real. Shades of Neil Young with a ton of musical influences worn proudly on their sleeves. I love the true feel of that guitar! Lead vocals and backup singing: outstanding!

  6. Cry is an instant classic hit with beautiful harmonies. Music with soul. Refreshing music; the REAL DEAL!

  7. Thank you Amy! Texas Crossing hard at work!! Working hard to answer the question: Who’s gonna fill their shoes!!

  8. Thank you Billy for the shout out !! Anything particular you like about the Texas Crossing song: Cry?

  9. Colt and Tiffany are perfect in every which way. Their music is real and will touch your soul. Cry is a great song, it speaks the truth. They are original and inspirational. #TexasCrossing

  10. Colt and Tiffany have done it again! Cry is a beautiful and lingering tune-sure to strike a chord in everyone’s heart.

  11. I absolutely think Texas Crossing – Cry is awesome! Colt has a way of telling a story which reminds me of the style of Eric Clapton. Tiffany sings such beautiful harmony, and her voice carries with equal power. I’m honored to be both their friends, & so proud to be their personal roadie! 🙂

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