5 days ago | Things To Do
The football teams at TCU and SMU battle over an Iron Skillet. The Texas Rangers contend with the Houston Astros for a silver boot. Clearly, sports rivalries are a big deal in these parts, but probably only in Texas would two teams duke it out ove...
9 days ago | Obituaries
Last Friday, many woke up to the devastating news that beloved local singer-songwriter Jay Johnson died on Thursday night. A Facebook post from Rebecca Scott, Johnson's constant companion and biggest fan shared the sad — and to many, shocking...
20 days ago | Busking
Before there was any so-called Texas Country craze, dating back to the mid-1980s, Robert Earl Keen was packing honky-tonks and bars around the state with his brand of blended folk, rock and country. There's little doubt that many Keen classics, pr...
27 days ago | Commentary
The suits of the Music Row machine have been putting their shiny boots in their less-than-polished mouths in recent months. The most recent example occurred last week when, in an interview with Country Aircheck magazine, prominent radio consu...
29 days ago | Feature Stories
As 1974 rolled into 1975, Autumn Sound was in serious need of business. The recording studio, operated out of an otherwise ordinary shopping center in Garland, featured a 24-track studio console — reportedly the first of its kind in Texas — and it...
1 month ago | Concert Reviews
Built to Spill, Wooden Indian Burial Ground Granada Theater Wednesday, May 20, 2015 In this age where reunions are commonplace for notable bands of the 1990's, Idaho's Built to Spill offer a different take on Generation X's need for nostalgia-repl...