Dalton Domino Dubs Lubbock ‘Live Music Capital of the World’
After making a surprise appearance at Blue Light Live during Josh Abbott, and William Clark Green's acoustic tour; the ever colorful Dalton Domino took to Facebook to express his gratitude and love for his adopted hometown of Lubbock.
Lubbock will always be the live music Capitol of the world. Not Austin, not Fort Worth, not Nashville. But Lubbock. I am proud to call that place home. The same place as Buddy, the flatlanders, Delbert, Joe Ely, Terry Allen, Don Caldwell, The Maines Bros, Waylon Jennings, Pat Green, Cory Morrow, Wade Bowen, Josh Abbott, Charlie Shafter, Kenneth, Ross cooper, Jon Taylor, Mooney, Scott Faris, Alan crossland,William Clark Green, Red Shahan, Levi Smith, no dry county, Flatland Cavalry, The hogg Maulies, Randall King and many many more. We are truly a lucky bunch to come from this middle of nowhere place. And even more blessed to share the same bloodline of musicians that called the hub city home. Such a great night last night.
Domino's current album, 1806, is an homage to the historic Blue Light in Lubbock, located at 1806 Buddy Holly Ave. His next album, Corners, is set for release in early 2017.