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Descriptive Summary

Historical Note

Scope and Contents

Restrictions

Index Terms

Related Material

Administrative Information

Description of Series

Inventory

University of Texas, Dolph Briscoe Center for American History

A Guide to the Stephen Dean Music Collection, 1976-1996



Descriptive Summary

Creator: Dean, Stephen
Title: Dean, Stephen, Music Collection
Dates: 1976-1996
Abstract: The Stephen Dean Music Collection consists of 73 concert posters from Antone's Blues Club in Austin, Texas.
Accession No.: 2016-230
OCLC No.: 958878360
Extent: 1 in.
Language: Materials are written in English.
Repository: Dolph Briscoe Center for American History, The University of Texas at Austin

Historical Note

Stephen Dean is a co-founder of the nonprofit Texas Dance Hall Preservation and author of Historic Dance Halls of East Central Texas (2014). Dean has documented more than 800 dance halls in Central Texas and has owned, managed, and booked music venues including Sengelmann Hall, Swiss Alp Hall, and Schroeder Hall.

Clifford Antone (1949-2006) founded Antone's Blues Club in Austin, Texas, in 1975, to create a haven for blues music. Since its opening, the venue has promoted new and established blues musicians including Muddy Waters, B.B. King, and Stevie Ray Vaughn. Antone's sister Susan Antone heads the club's board of directors.

Sources:

Kashanipour, Ryan A. "Antone's." Handbook of Texas Online. http://www.tshaonline.org/handbook/online/articles/xda03 (accessed Sept. 13, 2016).

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Scope and Contents

The Stephen Dean Music Collection, 1976-1996, consists of 73 posters from Antone's Blues Club in Austin, Texas. During this time, the club was located at 6th and Brazos streets (1975-1979), Great Northern Boulevard (1980), and Guadalupe Street (1981-1996). Artists featured in the collection include blues singers Muddy Waters, B.B. King, and Bobby "Blue" Bland, as well as Stevie Ray Vaughn, Barbara Lynn, and Toni Price. The collection includes a number of posters marking the club's anniversaries, as well as tribute concerts for artist Clifton Chenier and restaurant owner C.B. "Stubb" Stubblefield.

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Restrictions

Access Restrictions

This collection is open for research use.

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Index Terms

Subjects (Persons)
Antone, Clifford, 1949-2006.
Dean, Stephen.
Guy, Buddy.
King, B. B.
Lynn, Barbara, 1942-.
Price, Toni.
Rodgers, Jimmy, 1924-1997.
Waters, Muddy, 1915-1983.
Subjects (Organizations)
Double Trouble (Musical group).
Fabulous Thunderbirds (Musical group).
Subjects
Blues (Music)--Texas--Austin--1991-2000.
Music--Texas--Austin--20th century.
Posters--20th century.
Places
Austin (Tex.)

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Related Material

See also Duane G. Albrecht Poster Collection, circa 1960s-2002

See also Soap Creek Saloon Archives, 1966-1989

See also Texas Poster Art Collection, 1966-2006

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Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

Stephen Dean Music Collection, 1976-1996, Dolph Briscoe Center for American History, The University of Texas at Austin.

Processing Information

This collection was processed by Colleen Hobbs, Sept. 2016.

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Detailed Description of the Papers

 

Inventory

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2.325/OD1 Clifton Chenier, 13" X 20"
Los Super Seven, 13" X 21.5"
Antone's 13th Anniversary, 13" X 20", [1988]
Antone's 16th Anniversary, with Cleveland and Clifton Chenier, by illustrator Danny Garrett, 18" X 12", 1991
Muddy Waters, 11" X 17"
Antone's 14th Anniversary, 15.5" X 12", [1989]
Antone's 18th Anniversary, 11" X 17", [1993]
1st Annual Antone's Blues Festival, 11" X 17", [1999]
Hank Ballard and the Midnighters, 11" X 17"
New Year's Eve, Fabulous Thunderbirds, Double Trouble, The Cobras, 11" X 17", [1977]
John Nicolas and the Rhythm Rockers, 11" X 17"
Little Milton, 11" X 17"
Eddie Taylor, Walter Horton, Hubert Sumlin, 11" X 17"
Antone's 11th Anniversary, 11" X 17", [1986]
Pee Wee Records Release Party, 9" X 14"
Matt Murphy/Roomful of Blues, 8.5" X 11"
Clifton Chenier, 8.5" X 11"
Tabu Ley Rochereau, 8.5" X 11"
Little Johnny Taylor, 11" X 17"
Tribute to Albert Collins, 11" X 17," 1994
Jr. Walker and the All Stars, 11.5" X 17.5"
Buddy Guy and Junior Wells, 11" X 17"
Benefit for Clifton Chenier, 11" X 17"
Bobby Bland, 11" X 17"
Bobby "Blue" Bland, 11.5" X 17"
Charlie Musselwhite, 11" X 17"
Toni Price, Loose Diamonds, Lou Ann Barton, Sue Foley, 11" X 17", 1993
Buddy Miles, 11" X 17"
Barbara Lynn, 11" X 17"
B.B. King, 11" X 17"
B.B. King, 11" X 17"
George Jones, 11.5" X 17.5"
Johnny Lee Hooker, 11" X 17", [1980]
Clifton Chenier, 11" X 17"
Clifton Chenier, Antone's 8th Anniversary, 11" X 17", [1983]
Bobby "Blue" Bland, 11" X 17"
Bobby "Blue" Bland, 11" X 17"
James Cotton, 11" X 17", [1980]
James Cotton, by illustrator Danny Garrett, 11" X 17", 1976
Eddie Taylor, Little Howling Wolf, 11" X 17"
Otis Rush, 11" X 17"
Percy Sledge, 11" X 17"
Soul Hat, by illustrator Ed Canada, 11" X 17", 1993
Fenton Robinson, 11" X 17"
Stevie Ray Vaughn and Double Trouble, by illustrator Danny Garrett, 11.5" X 17.5", 1982
Doug Kershaw, 11" X 17"
Buddy Guy, 11" X 17"
Buddy Guy, 11" X 17"
Clifton Chenier, 11" X 17"
Antone's 17th Anniversary, with Willie Dixon, 11" X 17", [1992]
Johnny Paycheck, 11" X 17", [1980]
Jimmy Rogers and Eddie Taylor, 11" X 17"
Memphis Slim, 11" X 17"
Jimmy Vaughn and The Thunderbirds, 11" X 17"
Barbara Lynn Revere, 11" X 17"
John Littlejohn, 11" X 17"
Big Walter Horton, 11" X 17"
B.B. King, 11" X 17"
Clifton Chenier, 11" X 17"
Bobby "Blue" Bland, 11" X 17"
Jimmy Rogers and Luther Tucker, 11" X 17"
Paul Ray and the Cobras, 11" X 17"
Maceo Parker, 22" X 17", 1996
Snooks Eaglin, 22" X 17", 1989
Clarence "Bon Ton" Garlow, 22" X 17"
Chicago Blues Tribute, 22" X 17," 1984
B.B. King and Bobby "Blue" Bland, 22" X 17"
Stubbs Tribute, 22" X 18"
Bobby "Blue" Bland, 28" X 22"
Bobby "Blue" Bland, 28" X 22"
B.B. King and Bobby "Blue" Bland, 28" X 22"
Bobby "Blue" Bland, 28" X 22"

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