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The album showcased Van Zandt solo at a 1973 concert before a small audience, and less elaborately produced than many of his early records.
Though the club was only advertised through small ads in the back of music magazines, Lomax immediately began to receive hundreds of impassioned letters from around the world written by people who felt touched by Van Zandt.
Townes was a good student and active in team sports. The University of Colorado at Boulder accepted Van Zandt as a student in 1962.
In the spring of his second year, his parents flew to Boulder to bring Townes back to Houston, apparently worried about his binge drinking and episodes of depression.
Born in Fort Worth into a wealthy family, Townes Van Zandt was a third-great-grandson of Isaac Van Zandt (a prominent leader of the Republic of Texas) and a second great-nephew of Khleber Miller Van Zandt (a Confederate Major and one of the founders of Fort Worth).
He would later tell an interviewer that "watching Elvis Presley's October 28, 1956, performance on The Ed Sullivan Show was the starting point for me becoming a guitar player...
Among the tracks written for these albums were "To Live Is to Fly," "Pancho and Lefty", and "If I Needed You".
These songs would eventually raise Van Zandt to near-legend status in American and European songwriting circles.
Among Van Zandt's major influences was Texas blues man Lightnin' Hopkins, whose songs were a constant part of his repertoire.3 country hit in 1981 with "If I Needed You," and Willie Nelson and Merle Haggard, the pair taking "Pancho & Lefty" to number one on the country charts in 1983.Van Zandt had a small cameo appearance in the video for the song.In 1965, he was accepted into the University of Houston's pre-law program.Soon after he attempted to join the Air Force, but was rejected due to a doctor's diagnosis that labelled him "an acute manic-depressive who has made minimal adjustments to life".