Susan Gibson: "Texans are raised on music, its part of their heritage"
Life has taken many twists and turns for Wimberly singer/songwriter Susan Gibson. She toyed with the notion of being a park ranger for a time, before realizing the songs she'd been writing were good - so good that The Dixie Chicks picked up the Gibson penned song "Wide Open Spaces" and turned it into the title cut for their 1998 Grammy award winning record.
Gibson recently checked in with KETR from the porch of her Wimberly, Texas home to talk about her new EP Remember Who You Are.
More about Susan's upcoming gigs and more is available at her site.
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