DC9 At Night
7 months ago | Festivals
By Paul T. Bradley Just south of 1:30 a.m., as the car crowd heads back to their $500 motel rooms and the VIPs are airlifted to their alpha-resorts, the camping Coachella plebes are making the long, dusty march back to the tent city of earthly del...
7 months ago | DFW Music News
To hell with the weather. Rain wreaked a little late-night havoc on Record Store proceedings on Saturday (fortunately not as much as it did for the Superstar Duets over at Globe Life Park), but that wasn't enough to dampen the spirits of the Dalla...
8 months ago | Festivals
By Marc Ballon Sierra Blackford really wanted to go to Coachella. But it wasn't easy. The 23-year-old Hawaiian singer-songwriter juggled three jobs as a waitress, playing gigs at local bars and working in a slipper store to save enough for her con...
8 months ago | Best Of Dallas
Finally. Spring time is officially here, and more importantly, so too is the springtime weather. And none too soon, if you ask us. We're not much for the cold (nor the rainy) stuff. No, being the red-blooded Dallasites that we are, we love the hea...
9 months ago | Columns
By Nick Gaitan After all these years, it's easy to take Carlos Santana for granted. Far too many of us may try and dismiss his work with an Onion-style joke about "Smooth." But what Santana has done for music, and particularly Latin culture, over ...
9 months ago | Concert Reviews
Charlie Wilson With Joe and KEM Verizon Theatre, Grand Prairie Friday, March 13, 2015 By Devin Papillion All I could see was red. Horns were honking, fists were shaking out of windows, and bumpers were inching their way into uneven lanes in a sea ...