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Welcome to the Texas Music Office
The Texas Music Office (TMO) is a state-funded business promotion office and information clearinghouse for the Texas music industry. The TMO assists more than 15,000 individual clients each year, thereby meeting its legislative mandate: "Sec. 485.004. Promotion; Duties. (a) The office shall promote the development of the music industry in the state by informing members of that industry and the public about the resources available in the state for music production." The TMO is the sister office to the Texas Film Commission, both of which are within the Office of the Governor's Economic Development and Tourism Division.
Information about the office's history, its fellowship intern program, the TMO staff as well as info about other U.S. music offices.How to Log-in / List in TMO »
Includes applications for the Business Directory, the Events Calendar and the Talent Directory.Texas Music Industry Directory »
Contact info for Texas music businesses, media, recording services, instruments, tour services, venues and all sections of the industry.Music Tour: Texas On Stage »
Whatever tune you groove to, you’re sure to find it playing at a music festival somewhere in Texas.Talent Register »
The Texas Talent Register is a booking referral network which includes contact information for Texas performing & recording acts.Music Business Guides »
Find information on everything from sound ordinances to our How To Get Started in the Music Industry.Events Calendar »
The Texas Music Events Calendar features annual events across the state that feature music, from Amarillo to Zavala County.Radio & Press »
A comprehensive list of the more than 900 radio broadcast stations located in Texas, sorted by genre.Sales & Use Tax Exemption »
Many items used during the studio master recording process may be exempt from state sales tax, as well as local sales and use taxes.View Complete Site Map »
A listing of the more than 4,000 pages that make up the EnjoyTexasMusic.com website.
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