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  • Film

    October 30, 2014
  • Blogs

    October 1, 2014

    Rigor Mortis Salute Mike Scaccia with Slaves to the Grave

    It was three days before Christmas when guitarist Mike Scaccia took the stage for his final performance. He'd reunited with the original members of local metal legends Rigor Mortis earlier that year to record their first album in more than two decades, and tonight they were performing in celebration ... More >>

  • Blogs

    September 29, 2014

    The Best Concerts in Dallas This Week, 9/29 - 10/05

    If you're looking for something to do other than the State Fair, you've come to the right place. (If you're looking for some deep-fried food stuffed inside some other deep-fried food, then yes, the State Fair is your ticket.) As always, DC9 has a few music suggestions to get you through the week. Ka ... More >>

  • Blogs

    August 16, 2013

    Kim Lenz on Rockabilly: "Where Black Music and White Music Came Together"

    Kim Lenz and the Jaguars play old school rockabilly with a fire and passion that is often missing from the hordes of retro-shtick, dress up cover bands that plague many music scenes. With a campy sense of humor and a ferocious persona, Lenz is a visual and musical magnet. Although Lenz grew up in S ... More >>

  • Blogs

    March 5, 2013

    Dallas' Late Mike Scaccia Gets Inducted into Decibel's Hall of Fame, Talk Area History

    It's probably fair to suggest that we here at DC9 have been on a bit of a metal kick as of late. But who can blame us, for this? Recent shows from The Deftones, Graveyard and Testament, to go along with ear-busting discoveries and all kinds of Mastodon news has made many of our metal jeans get extra ... More >>

  • Blogs

    January 22, 2013

    I'm in a Local Band: How Do We Go National?

    Are you a musician? Is your group having issues? Ask Fan Landers! Critic Jessica Hopper has played in and managed bands, toured internationally, booked shows, produced records, worked as a publicist, and is the author of The Girls' Guide to Rocking, a how-to for teen ladies. She is here to help you ... More >>

  • News

    April 22, 2010
  • Blogs

    February 27, 2009

    Echoes and Reverberations: You Shoot, We Score

    Texas music looks great. It provokes the imagination and illustrates the intangible. For years, we've been providing the necessary flavor to help filmmakers tell their stories. It's what we do; we're obviously good at this kind of thing. And it goes both ways: Movie soundtracks are the kind of thin ... More >>

  • Blogs

    November 6, 2008
  • Music

    August 7, 2008

    The Ozz-Man Cometh

    After years of touring the nation, Ozzfest 2008 finds a home in Dallas' suburbs

  • Music

    July 17, 2008

    What Women Want

    Exile in Guyville remains relevant, even 15 years after Liz Phair first introduced it

  • Music

    July 5, 2007


    We know her as Annie Clark, but the world knows her as St. Vincent

  • Music

    November 2, 2006

    Power Lines

    Jimmy Webb wrote one of the greatest songs ever. Just don't tell him that.

  • Music

    December 22, 2005

    A Pack of Mutts

    Need a little alt in your country? These ten don't.

  • Music

    April 14, 2005

    An Old Flame

    Four decades later, a forgotten Dallas jazz label descends from the 90th Floor

  • Music

    February 19, 2004

    Classic, Rock

    Why is the most important producer in rock history a footnote?

  • Music

    October 2, 2003

    Of No Concern

    Lisa Marie Presley is a singer-songwriter to be reckoned with

  • Music

    May 8, 2003

    Reconsider Him

    At the end, Warren Zevon's past is finally unearthed

  • Music

    September 19, 2002

    Don't Know How

    On her way to the Top 10, Norah Jones had to decide what to do--and what not to do

  • Music

    September 6, 2001

    Kind of Blue

    When Norah Jones left Dallas, she had no idea she'd end up living the jazzer's fantasy

  • Music

    December 7, 2000

    Back to the Bass

    Dallas-born Harry Babasin was one of jazz's great bass players--and is one of its most forgotten pioneers

  • Music

    June 29, 2000

    Tell it to the kids

    The members of Bis are growing up, but they're not grown-ups...yet

  • Music

    November 25, 1999

    Oh, Mann

    Three years and one bad record deal later, Aimee Mann returns -- with two wonderful records

  • News

    September 9, 1999

    Signing off

    Local talent scout Teresa LaBarbera-Whites discovered singing sensation Jessica Simpson the way she always does: without even trying

  • Music

    September 2, 1999

    I don't want my MP3

    Or: How the Internet could kill the album

  • Music

    August 26, 1999

    Young man inside an old man

    With Mock Tudor, Richard Thompson proves you can go home again

  • Music

    August 12, 1999

    Taking the Wheel

    For the second time this decade, Ray Benson pays tribute to Bob Wills

  • Music

    March 18, 1999

    Why, baby, why?

    In other words, the return of ? and the Mysterians

  • News

    February 11, 1999

    Major Mistakes

    Signing to a record label can be bad for a band's health. So why do they keep doing it?

  • Music

    February 11, 1999

    Bastard of middle age

    Paul Westerberg digs intoa deep, dark place and makes a brilliant, horrible record

  • Music

    December 10, 1998

    Great men

    Gang of Four made magic out of the mundane, turned funk to punk, and died for your sins

  • Music

    August 20, 1998

    Blank generation

    Hooks, cliches, and highbrow wit: How Stephin Merritt has become a pop songwriter without peer

  • News

    July 16, 1998

    Schmidt happens

    After 10 years of being told he was the Next Big Thing, former Three on a Hill and Funland frontman Peter Schmidt makes the best record of his career. And he did it, for the most part, all by himself.

  • Music

    July 9, 1998

    Run its Course

    A decade later, Course of Empire utters its last words

  • Film

    May 28, 1998

    The Voice, The Spark, The Image

    On film, on vinyl, and in print, the late Chairman of the Board offers pleasurable surprises

  • Culture

    April 9, 1998

    Fun with phalluses

    Gender rides shotgun in a lighter make and model of fem art

  • Music

    March 26, 1998

    Lush life

    Nancy Wilson may be the greatest jazz singer left

  • Music

    August 28, 1997

    Power lines

    Jimmy Webb wrote one of the greatest songs ever, but don't tell him that

  • Music

    July 24, 1997

    Creep show

    Radiohead: The story of a would-be one-hit wonder

  • News

    July 10, 1997

    Hat's off

    Dwight Yoakam's the last great country singer left--and he doesn't need a twang to prove it

  • Music

    March 21, 1996

    The Morse code

    Texan Ella Mae influenced rock, then she crawled under one

  • Music

    January 18, 1996

    T.C.B. or T.Y.A.

    Bobby Patterson, Dallas' great unsung soul singer, gets his Second chance

  • Music

    November 30, 1995

    Let it be? Never

    The Beatles' Anthology is the first chapter you've never heard

  • Music

    October 19, 1995

    Sit down and shut up

    Austin's Toni Price staunchly defends her artistic independence

  • Music

    May 25, 1995

    Sink hole, uh

    Austin's great alt-rock hope swings for the empty bleachers

  • Music

    April 20, 1995

    King of the mild frontier

    Adam Ant's back, so unplug the jukebox and do us all a favor

  • Music

    April 6, 1995

    Good rockin' last night

    Dallas' forgotten Star Talent Records label got there before Sun's rise

  • Music

    January 5, 1995

    Chocolate and cheese

    1994 wasn't The Year of Anything--except great music

  • Music

    November 17, 1994

    Survivor, alive

    Two decades after stardom, John Nitzinger tries to prove he ain't "D.O.A."

  • Music

    November 17, 1994

    This land is his land

    Whether in The Band or solo, Robbie Robertson still searches for his America

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