Korean comedian/musician PSY's track "Gangnam Style" became a global viral hit over the summer and served as an example of the Hallyu, or Korean wave. This week, Schoolboy Records (the crew behind Justin Bieber and Carly Rae Jepsen) picked PSY up for releases in North America, the most high-profile ... More >>
Josh Tillman, the man behind Father John Misty, a moniker he says is completely arbitrary, seems set on confounding his audience. Judging by the reaction he's getting, his plan is working.
Tillman is in Los Angeles, packing up after the previous night's show and getting ready to hit the road in sup ... More >>
Moving from Tennessee to London proved fairly easy for Nathan Nicholson of The Boxer Rebellion. After losing his mother in 2000, he hightailed it across the pond and quickly formed a band.
Speaking from a tour stop in Austin and in anticipation of tonight's show at Dada, Nicholson talked about his ... More >>
This is absolutely within the purview of Unfair Park's more musically inclined sibling; my apologies in advance, Audra. But for months I've had this song stuck in my head; the same goes (and then some) this morning, following Lady of the Lake Erykah Badu's appearance on The Late Show with David Lett ... More >>
This just in: Chef, novelist (and Bone in the Throat is highly recommended) and TV-show host Anthony Bourdain's booked a gig at the city-run Majestic Theater in October, with tickets going on sale this Friday. The full release follows, but long story short: "Bourdain will spend the evening sharin ... More >>
Oh, right -- the Texas Rangers, now but half a game up on Seattle in the American League West after losing five straight and eight of their last 10, three of those to the New York Yankees, including yesterday's gut-punching 3-2 loss in 12. The local sports spotlight is all theirs now, and almost as ... More >>
Some of the staff's already downtown for the parade -- along with the thousands already on hand both at Victory Park and behind the barricades stretching back to the Dallas Convention Center starting point. And, this just in from Dallas City Hall:Accommodations will be made for people who are handic ... More >>
Can you smell it? That intoxicating blend of corporate America, young Hollywood and mall food courts wafting around town today -- that's from one Selena Gomez, who is indeed back home in Dallas today, promoting the two fairly major projects on her immediate horizon, her FOX studio film called Mo ... More >>
Your First-Place Texas Rangers take on the one-game-back Oakland Athletics tonight at the Ballpark in Arlington -- first pitch in, oh, 15 minutes. After the game, you can switch it on over to CBS for the Late Show with David Letterman, where perfect-gamer Dallas Braden's throwing out the Top 10 list ... More >>
The normal rule of thumb is that you need three examples of something happening before you can call it a trend. Well, how about four? SUPER TREND, DUDES. And, in this case, the super trend is all about your TV. Specifically: Area products and songs on TV. Like, for instance, did you know that DFW ... More >>
Tony Romo's been all over the place this week: on Jimmy Kimmel Live, in that what-the Super Bowl video and, last night, on the Late Show With David Letterman. Well, actually, Romo wasn't on Late Show -- he was just the topic of conversation. The Richardson native was ostensibly visiting Letterman to ... More >>
Dylan HollingsworthLast week, the Granada. This week, Ed Sullivan Theater. Speaking of media blitzes, St. Vincent's recent tear of publicity continues tonight on The Late Show with David Letterman, where she'll make--get this--her national television debut, and where shell perform after Dave spends ... More >>
Your daily dose of music news for Friday, February 13, 2009...
Beginning on Monday, March 2, you can see Bono preening for five straight nights. Yep, U2 will be the lone musical guest on Late Show With David Letterman that whole week long.
Fred Durst will once again lead his army of thic ... More >>