Being a successful musician really has to be a slice of heaven. And of course the chicks are great.
It's why from the beginning of time men (and women) have taken up instruments in the chance that they will be played in front of many, many others, some of whom could possibly want to have sex with ... More >>
Four months ago I stumbled across a rough keepsake of The Who's first-ever Dallas performance in July 1967 at Memorial Auditorium downtown; it's a rumble of feedback and chatter, though buried somewhere beneath it all is The Greatest Rock and Roll Band of All Time roaring toward immortality. And ... More >>
Garage HangoverDoyle Bramhall in 1967, as one of the ChessmenThirteen days from now, Doyle Bramhall was to return to the Granada, scene of this performance in 2007. But that show will not take place: The Dallas-born singer-songwriter and drummer -- a former Chessman with Jimmie Vaughan, a frequen ... More >>
It can't be easy to grow up with famous parents -- especially when you plan to follow in their career footsteps. As tough as it can be for the typical (we use this phrase loosely) celebrity offspring, having the additional scrutiny of the expectations that come with having a Beatle for a father w ... More >>
The Posies, Aqueduct, Salim Nourallah
November 24th, 2010
Better than: staying home with your Posies records and trying to figure all of the various guitar tunings.
Julian OchoaThe Posies
Given that it was the night before Thanksgiving, Wednesday's show at the Granada coul ... More >>
Patrick MichelsReunion Arena as it was getting prepped for demolition.Maybe you caught the story in yesterday's DMN about the demolition of Reunion Arena that starts up this week? Looks like that old warhorse of an entertainment venue should be completely gone by the end of September. I still have a ... More >>
Your daily dose of national music news for Friday, April 3, 2009...
The Killers are getting sick and tired... of each other. Apparently spending years on the road with each other will do that to a band.
Roger Daltry believes that Keith Moon would've left The Who for The Beach Boys. Can you blame ... More >>