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Luckenbach, Texas #252526

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Jun 12, 1977
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(Studio) Mark Twain comment with regard to death recalled as introduction to item re: Luckenbach, Texas.
REPORTER: Morton Dean

(Luckenbach, Texas) Town, regularly reported dying, now is subject of love song called Luckenbach, Texas, prospective anthem of back-to-nature movement Late Hondo Crouch credited with putting town back on map as center of country and West music. [Crouch assistant, Kathy MORGAN - says everybody is somebody in Luckenbach.] Saturday night dance shown. problems include suspicion of marijuana at dance hall. Otherwise, revival of town seems successful.
REPORTER: Eric Engberg

Dean, Morton;
Engberg, Eric

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