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  1. Douglas Wayne Sahm war ein US-amerikanischer Country-, Blues- und Rockmusiker. Er gilt als wichtigste Figur des sogenannten Tex-Mex-Stils und war vor allem bekannt als Leader des Sir Douglas Quintet und später der Texas Tornados.

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    Douglas Wayne Sahm (November 6, 1941 – November 18, 1999) was an American musician, singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist born in San Antonio, Texas. Sahm is regarded as one of the main figures of Tex-Mex music, and as an important performer of Texan Music. He gained fame along with his band, the Sir Douglas Quintet, with a top-twenty ...

  3. Doug Sahm was born 6 November 1941 in San Antonio, Texas, USA and died 18 November 1999 in Taos, New Mexico, USA. He is probably most famous as the leader of Sir Douglas Quintet. Doug Sahm excelled in a wide range of genres throughout his career and influenced both the Texas and national music scenes. Sahm was a musical prodigy who, at an early ...

  4. The discography of Doug Sahm started in 1955 with the release of "A Real American Joe" on Sarg Records. [1] Sahm fronted three bands early in his career: The Pharaohs, The Dell-Kings and The Markays. He released the song "Crazy Daisy" (1959), and he had a local hit in San Antonio, Texas with "Why Why Why" (1960) on Renner Records.

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  5. Doug Sahm, a patriarch of Texas rock and country music, was found dead on Thursday in Taos, N.M., The Associated Press reported. He was 58 and lived in Austin. A Taos police spokesman said he...