Ray Wylie Hubbard drives around Oak Cliff, calls Ringo Starr

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Texas troubador Ray Wylie Hubbard, who grew up in Oak Cliff, performs at the Kessler Theater tonight.

The singer/songwriter recently appeared on Ray Benson’s TV show, “The Texas Music Scene,” in a segment where he drives around our neighborhood and tells a story about Ringo Starr.

During the segment, he phones Starr to tell him he’s recorded his song “Coochy Coochy” on the album “Grifter’s Hymnal.”

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  • The drive around on Texas Music Scene is usually done in Austin where the show is produced. I have friends that have done the show and the drive around and never left the Austin area. If Benson and Ray came to Oak Cliff to shoot a segment it is truly an honor.

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