Dallas bloggers fan the flames and flame the fans of local music
At Septien Vocal Studio, anyone can make it in music. But you've got to be cute. And a million bucks would help too.
On her way to the Top 10, Norah Jones had to decide what to do--and what not to do
Michael Jackson vowed to raise millions for 9/11 victims. And he hired a gay-porn producer pal to help.
When Jack Ingram chose the path of most resistance, he stumbled across himself
A near encounter with Reverend Horton Heat's fists
The center of the musical universe, Austin welcomes the beautiful and the ugly
Can one man convince millions of people to pay for their "free" music?
Rick's Place burns; Chomsky is still looking to be Born on the Web; Tony Edwards makes a break; Baboon shows us their cans; Plus, much, much more
More than 30 years later, Smile remains the subject of so much mystery
Local talent scout Teresa LaBarbera-Whites discovered singing sensation Jessica Simpson the way she always does: without even trying
aka the mad cat trio (LumpyDisc)
Picking the best locally made records of 1998 was easy. Who knew?
Charlie and Bruce Robison make their country family-style
Willie Nelson and Johnny Cash are still our greatest Storytellers
A local housewife-songwriter claims country hunk Collin Raye stole her song
If the rock Fitz, then Dylan Silvers will wear it
Sometimes, being a supergroup just means they're really good
How Richard Linklater and the Bad Livers bucked the trend of soundtraxploitation
In today's music business, tomorrow's revolution is yesterday's fad
With its creative core back together, Doosu resumes course
Last year showed pop still has more than a ghost of a chance
Houston club comes to town carrying a lawsuit with Elvis' estate
Local jazz label discovers lost recordings by Dallas-born piano great
Can Interscope do for four local bands what it did for Nine Inch Nails and Snoop Dogg?
When the vinyl jukebox dies, so will a little piece of the music it played