There are absolutely a few figures in country music that can parallel how influential – yet perhaps underappreciated in modern culture – as Doug Sahm is. The moment he brought together the vibrant San Francisco rock and gritty soul into ...

In 1972, Doug Sahm left the rock band Sir Douglas Quintet and finally released his debut solo album called Doug Sahm and Band. “Is Anybody Goin’ to San Antone” was the opening track, which has since been the song that he’s ...

While Doug Sahm didn’t become the country star many people felt he should have been, he had a pretty great career and is considered today as one of the most significant American artists of Tex-Mex. Dough Sahm songs epitomized the ...

Doug Sahm’s death comes as a shock to the music world. It all started when the singer planned to go on a vacation trip to New Mexico. He wanted to visit a friend in Taos, New Mexico, then proceed to ...

With his long hair and sideburns, his western attire polished with sunglasses and cowboy hat, and his Texan musical styles, Doug Sahm became one of the most admired artists in music history. Doug Sahm songs such as “Mendocino,” “Crazy, Crazy ...