A couple of weeks ago, we groused in Racket about the complete lack of music-related state historical markers in Houston, and even cited Frenchtown as an appropriate spot to put one up.
I am happy to report that since some time last year, the lack has not, in fact, been complete. Reader Tracey Robertson steered me to a link wherein this pic is posted:
One down, seven more to go. -- John Nova Lomax
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