Oh it's just another beer festival, that's all. 'Cause that's how we roll here in Dallas. Beer festies every weekend. This one even involves running, which is great because there's such satisfaction in digging a hole just to fill it right back up. Sunday brings the Third Annual BrewRiot Homebrew B ... More >>
Old 97'sIn addition to yesterday's "Local Edge" sponsored show with The Burning Hotels, Mon Julien, Air Review and Menkena, the Granada Theater has some impressive shows to announce this week.First off, The Old 97's, who have had an impressive resurgence this year after releasing the brilliant Th ... More >>
Party for trollies in Oak Cliff
Neither carnies, corn dogs nor karaoke can keep a good band down at the State Fair
Changes at Good Records, plus news on the Polyphonic Spree and a royalmea culpa
Local bands unite!
It wasn't always a holly, jolly time for Dallas musicians
Local musicians pick the tops
Get Tiki with it
Violinist Gil Shaham performs
Chomsky, Brutal Juice and others make the news
The Lucky Pierres
Rubber Gloves finally brings its own alcohol, and the Gypsy Tea Room tackles That Hip Hop Genre
We'll try to write something good
Will this year's best local records survive the millennium?
Barley House crams it in with Gramfest; Gypsy Tea Room swings; Curtain Club opens nationwide; Liquid Lounge keeps it real
Picking the best locally made records of 1998 was easy. Who knew?
Defunct space gets a new lease on life
According to Spin, Columbus, Ohio, is more of a music town than Dallas-Fort Worth
Roadcrew tries to ease the rigors of playing live
The cocktail country of the Lucky Pierres proves to be the right mix
Respected but short-lived country-rock outfit the Cartwrights are getting back together
Reed Easterwood of Junky Southern spills his guts