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"Texas Voices" features the artists, musicians and creatives in our great state. Filmed at the iconic Dixie Chicken located in the historic Northgate District in College Station, Texas.  What started as a popular segment on local news is now a full length show hosted by veteran journalist Lindsay Liepman and produced by Kyle Norman and the award-winning production house 817 TwoFiveFour Productions.

 

Lindsay Liepman is a news anchor on KXXV/KRHD-TV, the ABC affiliate in Central Texas and the Brazos Valley. She's a multiple Edward R. Murrow and Emmy Award Winner for Reporting. She lead the effort for Waco to become a "Music Friendly Community" as designated by the Texas Music Office. Lindsay champions the arts community and storytelling is always the focus of her work both on and off camera. She's also the Executive Producer of Invisible Icon: The Tom Wilson Story podcast and previously hosted "Texas Music Cafe." Lindsay hosts and writes "Texas Voices," a show she's dreamed of creating since she grew up in small town Texas and graduated from Texas A&M in 2003. 

 

Kyle Norman heads up production and operations for 817 TwoFiveFour Productions. After decades in Information Technology, he took his love for Texas Country to the next level by creating a music program that not only highlights musicians but the artisans that surround the culture. Kyle grew up in Arlington, Texas. His grandparents home is now the star on the Dallas Cowboys field at AT&T Stadium. His Texas roots run deep. In 2020, he was Executive Producer of a Telly-Award winning documentary on Waco's hip hop scene, directed by Lindsay Liepman.

 

The Dixie Chicken's Marketing Director, Adam Drake also serves as Executive Producer of "Texas Voices," and hosts the popular segment "Dixie Chicken Stories." He shares the stories from the oldest bar on Northgate that for decades has become a part of the lives of its patrons. You can submit a story at http://www.dixiechicken.com and read how the restaurant and bar that started in 1974 has become the heart of the city and influenced the music scene throughout the Lone Star State.