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Walter Ehresman

Called "The quintessential Austin DIY artist" by famed disc jockey Charlie Martin (host of KOOP's long-standing "Around the Town Sounds" program in Austin), Walter Ehresman has been a consistent, eccentric presence in the Austin, Texas music scene since the mid-1980s. A prolific songwriter and recording artist, he is equally at home presenting a delicate acoustic ballad in an intimate live setting as he is busting out screaming lead guitar with a full rock band in front of festival crowds. However, he’s just as likely to be holed up in his Snipe Bog Studio, surrounded by gear and recording strange, unclassifiable experimental music at 4am with a big grin on his face

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Meet Walter Ehresman: Called “The quintessential Austin DIY artist" by famed disc jockey Charlie Martin (host of KOOP radio's Around the Town Sounds), Walter Ehresman has been a consistent, eccentric presence in the Austin music scene since the mid-'80s. A prolific songwriter and recording artist, he is equally at home presenting a delicate acoustic ...


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