Jeff Gage has been in the alt-weekly game since 2009. He spent four years on staff at City Pages in Minneapolis and can confirm that he is indeed taller than Prince. (He went to the guy's house once. Kind of.) In April 2014 he moved to Dallas, and not Austin (on purpose), to become the music editor of the Dallas Observer. In spite of his hair, he harbors no fantasies of being a rock star, but thank you for asking.
11 hours ago | Feature Stories
There's more than one way to build a music scene. Supporting artists, multiple venues and large-scale events like festivals are necessary ingredients. But for many in Dallas, the presence of quality recording studios is the key pushing the city's ...
11 hours ago | Best Of Dallas
Living in Texas during the summer is a real beating. When you can't just spend all day in a swimming pool, you'll have no choice but to seek out some air conditioning. But that shouldn't keep you from doing the things that make life worth living, ...
2 days ago | Feature Stories
Jordan Richardson is no stranger to late night television. The Grammy winning Fort Worth producer and front man of the band Son of Stan, who's toured with Ben Harper and Ringo Starr, has played them all: David Letterman, Jay Leno, The Daily Show, ...
6 days ago | Feature Stories
Mark Cuban is no stranger to the spotlight. The outspoken Dallas Mavericks owner, Shark Tank star and Dancing With the Stars alum usually isn't too far from the public eye. He's no stranger to music, either, thanks to the concert booking...
6 days ago | DFW Music News
Willie Nelson, Texas' favorite import, is the nation's most famous pot smoker. (Sorry Snoop.) You may not be able to toke with him at his 4th of July picnic, but thankfully you'll have a chance to smoke his weed. Starting this month, his...
16 days ago | DFW Music News
There may be hope yet for Lower Greenville. Long after the once rough-and-tumble live music neighborhood gave way to rooftop bars and valet service, the closure of Ships Lounge last summer looked like the final sign of the changing tide towards Up...