Glen Reynolds certainly has a lot of momentum behind him these days. He recently released his second solo album, Breakbeat Ice Beneath Me, but this time, he's using the moniker of Grey. While the album is a departure from the Weezer-meets-XTC vibe of his earlier material, it certainly represents whe ... More >>
Jack's Throwback, the self-described "largest and loudest tribute band festival" in North America, has just announced its 2013 lineup. It's presented by 100.3 Jack FM and will take place Saturday, May 11, at Gexa Energy Pavilion. The full list is below, including the band's name and the canonical gr ... More >>
500 Miles to Memphis500 Miles to Memphis may not be a local Dallas band, but five of the band's 36 listed upcoming shows will be played in the region--three this weekend, then one more in August and yet another in October. The Cincinnati-based rock country punk band has been connected with Dallas ... More >>
DJ Red Eye has been DJing professionally for 20 years and was exposed to the art of spinning at an early age. "My uncle was a big disco DJ in Austin back in the day," he says. "His record collection always fascinated me as a kid. I've always leaned toward electronic music as well. DJing was just ... More >>
Last night at the AMC NorthPark, where he accepted the AFI Dallas Star Award following a screening of Chinatown, the film's writer, Robert Towne, spoke of how films were once the place where audiences and filmmakers met to share their stories. In the 1930s and '40s, he said, those who made the movie ... More >>
Patton Oswalt is the Big Fan, scheduled to play the AFI Dallas International Film Fest this yearMoments ago, the AFI Dallas International Film Festival sent along its complete schedule for this year's fest, which runs March 26 through April 2 -- with, as we've noted before, most screenings taking pl ... More >>
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