Friday, June 29, at McDavid Studio
Ruby Jane, the 17-year-old fiddle phenom, lives in Austin but got her start right here in Dallas. It's hard not to love her. Even Willie Nelson has chimed in with praise for the young country singer, who just released her latest album, Celebrity (Empire of Emptiness).
Nada Surf, Air Review
Thursday, June 28, at Granada Theater
been a few years and a handful of albums since Nada Surf had a hit, and
well over a decade since they had their first with "Popular." The
band's mid-Aughts resurgence was a surprise to all, not only because
they were thought of as a one-hit wonder, but because of
pop songs "Blonde On Blonde" and "Inside of Love." Odds are that both
songs will be played tonight.
Thursday, June 28, at WinStar Casino
You'll have to drive to Oklahoma and pay at least $60 to see this show, but you might win it all back at the slot machines.
Friday, June 29, at Verizon Theatre
This will fulfill my lifelong goal to see Bobby Brown perform live.
Ramblin' Jack Elliott
Friday, June 29, at Poor David's Pub
Jack Elliott's shows are legendary. They
almost get in the way of the stories Elliott tells. In fact, he
often interrupts songs just to tell more stories. Dude's a legend, and
he's old. So go see him while you can.
Saturday, June 30, at Gexa Energy Pavilion
Bon Jovi and Def Leppard may never tour together again, but their tribute acts are performing together at Gexa Energy Pavilion along with 13 other various tribute outfits.
VISUALUZ w/ Track Meet vs. Hot Flash
Saturday, June 30, at theSPACE (2516 Florence St.)
new event space
will hold what promises to be a huge art party this
weekend. Attendees are encouraged to wear white, as light will be projected on everyone. Artists will create
installations while DJs spin and, most importantly, it's an open bar.
Angeles rapper Schoolboy Q worked the streets as a drug dealer long before he started rapping. He's still riding high on
his second full length album Habits & Contradictions, which came out earlier this year. Locals A.Dd+, Brain Gang Blue, Dustin Cavazos and -topic open.
Classical Mystery Tour
Saturday, June 30, at Fort Worth Botanic Gardens
love the Classical Mystery Tour. A really good Beatles tribute act is
joined by the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra in a pristine outdoor
setting. It's hard to beat.
Sunday, July 1, at El Sibil
Hart's fantastic 2012 record The Orientalist is matched only by his
live performances, during which he switches from violin to guitar and
back. He's even repurposed a Dance Dance Revolution electronic mat to
trigger different effects while his band crafts well-orchestrated pop