From The Archives: A Very Young Rhett Miller and A Very Young Salim Nourallah
Some great stuff from the "way back when" files popped up on the Internet this morning, courtesy Dragon Street Records owner David Dennard, who, once upon a time, helped produce Deep Ellum greats like Shallow Reign in the studio and put out the earliest Tripping Daisy releases on his label.
Wanna see a couple videos from a very young Rhett Miller's 1987 performance on Dennard's cable access show Hi-Res Diner? OK, then. Here he is, singing "Song for Truman Capote".
Rhett Miller -- "TV Set"
The Moon Festival -- "Tapestry"
The Moon Festival -- "I Knew Her For A Second"
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