Motley Crue's going on tour again, and the band promises it will be its last. Of course, as everyone knows, these hype-inducing, ticket-sales-generating promises are made to be broken. And Motley Crue know everyone knows that. And so, on Tuesday in L.A. they upped the ante with a compelling gimmick ... More >>
Buddy GuyAt 75, guitarist Buddy Guy remains as nimble of a string-bender as he was when his career started over 50 years ago. And what a career it's been: Eric Clapton calls Guy the greatest player ever, and, clearly, Guy has influenced generations of blues guitarists. He still makes gr ... More >>
Wig out on a family friendly adaptation of John Waters' kitschy original.
Wade Randolph Hampton, aka DJ WISHFM, is seasoned at his craft. The DJ/booker/promoter and now, band manager, has been spinning for 25 years at this point. Never one to slow down, Hampton books for The W's rooftop club, Ghostbar, serves as that club's resident DJ, and manages popular local acts i ... More >>
Atari warps into the Meyerson
A few days back, whilst gathering info on the Texas! Music Center -- about which good Friend of Unfair Park Jeff Liles has much to say in the comments section -- we were reminded of a Fair Park jewel going to waste: the Fair Park Band Shell. Now, to be fair, as Fair Park executive general manager Da ... More >>
Not Radiohead. Not Coldplay. Not Oasis. Just Travis, and that's fine.
What the excitable DJ Irene Gutierrez lacks in finesse she makes up for in balls
For those who are about to rock, Still Crazy salutes you
Using Detailed instructions left by Orson Welles, top film editor Walter Murch has remade "The Best b-Movie ever" -- Welles' Touch of Evil
Olympic music director Mark Watters steers the sound of the games
DIVA's learned a lot about prejudice and potential
Drive-In Movie Critic of Grapevine, TX
The Beatles' Anthology is the first chapter you've never heard
Remembering Mo Udall, a truly decent man