Lower Greenville is changing faster than perhaps any other single stretch of road in the city. New bars, restaurants and, yes, exceptionally well-branded grocery stores are popping up at a seemingly constant rate. By many measures, it's a good thing. There are clearly many more people walking on t ... More >>
The Lone Star State has long produced some of the greatest blues legends to ever pick up a guitar or stand behind a microphone. Legends like Albert Collins from Leona, Sam "Lightnin'" Hopkins from Centerville and Johnny Winter from Beaumont all have found the blues in Texas. Hell, we even have a Gra ... More >>
The following is a dispatch from Outside Lands Festival in San Francisco, from our sister paper, SF Weekly. Stevie Wonder, in theory, is an American artistic treasure. He's more than our Beatles or Rolling Stones; he's our Dickens or Dalí: a figure of impassable recognition, discussion, talent, lo ... More >>
Back in June, Steve Miller and his Band released a new album called Bingo!, it's first studio release since 1993's Wide River, believe it or not. Of course, it didn't exactly feature new material -- instead, it featured cover songs from artists such as B.B. King, Lowell Fulson and Jimmy Reed. The ... More >>
At the end, Warren Zevon's past is finally unearthed
Our quarterly roundup of the latest in music books
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Steve Miller learned everything he knows about music while living in Dallas--but has he forgotten it all?
"Jr. Boy" Jones played with them all--now, he plays for himself
Essential bassist Tommy Shannon hangs in there
Homer Henderson keeps it wild
Don't call Carolyn Wonderland and the Imperial Monkeys a blues band
Sam Phillips might be pop music's savior
Joe Ely sends a sad, beautiful Letter to Laredo
R&B great Etta James ponders the fame that got away
Ty Herndon is country music's latest hunk of the month. But is he for real?
When the vinyl jukebox dies, so will a little piece of the music it played
Whether in The Band or solo, Robbie Robertson still searches for his America