Eric Grubbs is a Dallas-based writer who has published two books, Post: A Look at the Influence of Post-Hardcore 1985-2007 and When We Were the Kids. His writing has been featured in Punk Planet, Popdose, Fort Worth Weekly, The Dentonite and LA Weekly. He supports Manchester City and will never root for Manchester United.
10 days ago | DFW Music News
Calhoun has been a band for more than a decade, but in many ways, it feels like it's only now functioning as one. The indie-pop group formed as a vehicle for Tim Locke's songwriting in 2004 after he became known in the late '90s for his work with ...
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Two years after a sign about their wedding plans went viral, Gabriel Mendez and Kenneth Denson continue to have a special connection with shoppers at their Red Pegasus Comics shop in a converted house in the Bishop Arts District of Oak Cliff. Mend...
17 days ago | DFW Music News
When he isn’t working for the Denton State Supported Living Center, Billy Hensley writes and records for his Wirerims project. It’s a one-man-band, and he plays every instrument and sings on the recordings. After he put out a full LP called Self-C...
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Iron Maiden with Ghost American Airlines Center, Dallas Friday, June 23, 2017 Iron Maiden's visit to Dallas on Friday night was its first in five years. And the British six-piece showed during its two-hour performance at American Airlines Center t...