2 months ago | DFW Music News
Bucks Burnett has met most of his music idols, and he's not afraid to share the details. In this column, he reveals tales from the front lines and backstage. I found about about the 2007 Led Zeppelin reunion when I received an email with "Led Zepp...
6 months ago | DFW Music News
Bucks Burnett has met most of his music idols. In this column he shares tales from the front lines and backstage. On July 13, 1973, I discovered my new favorite band, Queen, when I purchased its first album at Hit Records in Oak Cliff. For three m...
8 months ago | DFW Music News
Dallas is a town that has no ground set aside for the burial of ghosts, local legends and has-beens. There are no memorial statues for the ’80s cult figures, the ’60s underground garage bands that might’ve cut 45s or the ’70s lounge acts whos...
11 months ago | Columns
Bucks Burnett has met most of his music idols. In this monthly column he shares tales from the front lines and backstage. When I saw Led Zeppelin in Dallas in early March 1975, during the Physical Graffiti tour, it started a chain of events that e...
1 year ago | DFW Music News
His tombstone is unnerving in its stark simplicity. It bears his name, his birth date, and the date of his death: Feb. 22, 1987, 30 years ago this month. There's no list of accomplishments, nothing artsy or clever or ironic. That's all you get. An...
1 year ago | Columns
Bucks Burnett has met most of his music idols and isn't shy about talking about it in his monthly column, Namedropper. I bought Vanilla Ice’s Mind Blowin’ from Blockbuster Music the day it came out on March 22, 1994. I gazed in awe ...