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The Recording Academy Texas Chapter played host for GRAMMYs On The Road At Austin City Limits Music Festival during the festival's 10th anniversary from Sept. 16–18 at Zilker Park in Austin, Texas. The Chapter conducted exclusive backstage interviews with artists including country/pop singer/songwriter Hudson Moore and indie alternative/pop group the Antlers.
Moore discussed social media and when he began composing his own music.
"It started when I was about 16," said Moore. "I got some recording equipment and it motivated me to compose my own stuff. I would rather hear something that I created than a replication."
The Antlers touring guitarist Timothy Mislock and vocalist/guitarist Peter Silberman discussed their biggest career moments and new album, Burst Apart.
"Burst Apart is lighter than our previous albums," said Silberman. "It's also the first record that's been a huge group effort," added Mislock.
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