Stubb regularly sang this song when jamming with the likes of Ely, Willie, and the rest of the music gang that descended on Lubbuck. I’m picking Janis’ version because of her ties to Austin and her great voice.
Hall recounts the early morning pool battle he had with Joe Ely, using a white onion as the cue ball and a broom for a cue.
Billy Gibbons recently stopped by our office and we talked sauce and Stubb. BFG is one cool dude.
Ely was very close to Stubb, and was a constant at the Lubbuck joint. Great song too.
An Austin icon singing about Texas BBQ. Stubb’s is Texas BBQ so this was an easy choice.
A Texan singing about what Texans love to do – eat great BBQ.
SRV was a big fan of Stubb’s – the man, the music venue and the BBQ.
Maybe this is why our sauces, marinades and rubs sell so well outside of Texas.
Another easy choice since Stubb and Muddy were friends and Stubb loved the blues.
Another friend of Stubb. Cash isn’t singing about smoking over a pit but the fire, it burns, burns, burns.