Patrick "Taz" Bentley, the powerful drummer behind Rev. Horton Heat, Burden Brothers, and Tenderloin, will be back in action this week with his latest band, 76. Since their sound owes a lot to the sonic messiah that is mid-'70s arena rock, it's no surprise to hear Bentley saw some of rock's heavywei ... More >>
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When the bass player split, the Toadies split up
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Baboon finally gets free of its label and releases its best, most grown-up record yet
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A Dallas supergroup forms to play...Weezer songs?
Baboon jumps out of the frying pan and into the fire in pursuit of major-label green
Baboon kicks Chuck Norris' ass in a Deep Ellum club...sort of