Summertime goes hand in hand with music festival season, even down here in the 100-plus-degree heat. This area will be hosting festivals in the months of June, July and August, ranging from genres of heavy metal to indie rock. So the next time you're wanting to lose your voice in unbearable heat, th ... More >>
The Atlas Moth will be in town on Thursday with opening for death metal proggers Gojira at the Granada. Frontman Stavros Giannopoulos took some time out to talk about the first shows he saw as a kid, The Blues Brothers, and Peter Gunn. Growing up, was there anybody that inspired you to play music? ... More >>
SerynDenton's Seryn have been riding high since the release of their debut full-lenth, This Is Where We Are. And, in the midst of all the hype the band has been receiving, they've found a way to give back. On Saturday, April 16, at 7 p.m., the band will perform a benefit concert at Bethany Luther ... More >>
With apologies to Robert Earl Keen, Devin the Dude, Cake, Hayes Carll and the multitude of also-rans filling up the regional concert calendar in these final weeks of 2010, it's safe to say, I think, that, with Friday night's Wu-Tang show at the Granada Theater, the year in live music effectively ... More >>
Kings of Leon, The Black KeysSuperpages.com CenterSeptember 23, 2010Better than: the last time Kings of Leon came through town.Rachel ParkerThe Brothers Followill. See more in our slideshow.It just felt so comfortable--all of it, from the band's performance to their crowd's reaction and their own ... More >>
Jason NocitoDr. Dog defies gravityDr. Dog has the innate ability to spin out quality record after quality record thanks to the band's duel songwriters Scott McMicken and Toby Leaman. Along with a distinct Beatles influence, there's some Lennon/McCartney competition going on between the two singer ... More >>
After years of touring the nation, Ozzfest 2008 finds a home in Dallas' suburbs
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A Fort Worth crime-prevention group is warning parents about Goth-rock, but is that such a good idea?