If the title of Charlie Robison's brand-new album, High Life, is to be taken literally, it would make a great deal of sense. The Bandera-raised Robison continues to do things on his own terms. With a dedicated fan-base and a stellar album yet again reminding people as to why he's one of Texas' belov ... More >>
Next year will be the 30th anniversary of the inception of They Might Be Giants. Extremely impressive stuff. What's even more impressive is that the band has averaged one full-length record every two years and critical acclaim along the way. They're celebrating the occasion, of course, with a tou ... More >>
The neo city on the hills is a far cry from its cheap pot, cold beer and low-rent former ways.
Steve VisneauTrue WidowIt's been three years since local slow-grinding act True Widow released their self titled debut album to local acclaim. But their debut grabbed the attention of Kemodo Records, who signed the band just last year. And now they are poised to release their follow up, the ridic ... More >>
Bad BrainsJust because we're barely on the other side of the triple digit heatwave doesn't mean that it's too early to start thinking about Christmas, right? The folks over at Trees don't think so, at least. They've gone ahead and announced the first Christmas show of the year: A performance from ... More >>
After Pat Green's last album, few of his fans are feeling like Lucky Ones
Max Stalling is a songwriter from Texas, not a Texas songwriter.
Early success was almost the end of Ray Wylie Hubbard
Ray Wylie Hubbard is no longer up against the wall, redneck mother
Leavin' Dallas (Self-released)
With a new album, Radney Foster isn't so "heartbroke and then some" anymore
Brian Houser hopes that a new album will add momentum to his career
With the Cicadas, Rodney Crowell exits Nashville's cocoon
Another true original leaves us
Robert Earl Keen would like nothing better than to save country music