The city's effort to clean up downtown could cost us important parts of history.
As a teenager, John Legend was already recording with Lauryn Hill. Seven years later, he's only gotten bigger.
A decade after her SXSW debut, Badu returns a star and a sage
Ronnie Dawson proved there are indeed second acts in rock and roll
A Class Act at Theatre Three starts with a bad premise and ends on a sour note
Pete Yorn may have signed a big record contract, but he didn't stop doing it himself
Dallas-born Harry Babasin was one of jazz's great bass players--and is one of its most forgotten pioneers
Ray Price has seen it all, from bucket-of-blood joints out on the Jacksboro Highway to Hank Williams' surgery scars
Three years after his death, Jeff Buckley continues to build a mystery with a new live collection
Johnny Cash sings of Love, God, Murder and how all three make him a legend
A new CD resurrects the echoes of the long-gone Big "D" Jamboree, where Elvis, Johnny Cash, Carl Perkins, and some forgotten heroes made Saturday nights swing
Or: Oh, look...it's another end-of-the-century list
Bob Dylan, the voice of a generation, to be silenced after Paul Simon tour
A new record pays homage to Gram Parsons, a hero before his time
Branford Marsalis' latest disc is a Requiem by and for a heavyweight
Signing to a record label can be bad for a band's health. So why do they keep doing it?
Elvis Costello and Burt Bacharach are not such unlikely partners
The hardest thing Nick Brisco ever did was grow up
A local housewife-songwriter claims country hunk Collin Raye stole her song
Jerry Ragavoy and the ghost of Janis Joplin
The industry aims for the heart of Christmas-- with a shotgun
Frank Sinatra isn't dead.He's just an 80-year-old man