Sarah Jaffe With Josh Pearson Majestic Theatre, Dallas Saturday, August 23, 2014 As local artists go, few in the Dallas scene are as widely beloved as Sarah Jaffe. After the 2010 release of "Suburban Nature," it was almost a foregone conclusion that Jaffe was destined for a long career as an indie ... More >>
Let's be honest, going to concerts at outdoor venues really sucks during the hot Texas summer. Not only is it still hotter than hell after dark, but you're going to get eaten alive by mosquitos and have to share a crowded space with a bunch of sweaty strangers. Put simply, it's much better to enjoy ... More >>
Jeff Klein, frontman and main songwriter behind My Jerusalem, has shared some of his background before, but not for My First Show. My Jerusalem, whose new album, Preachers, is out next week, comes back to Dada on Friday. Klein took time out a few weeks ago to share his obsession with Paul Westerberg ... More >>
Curren$yLouisiana' Curren$y's been around for nearly a decade at this point, but it's only been in the last few years that the rapper really seen his stock rise. Maybe it has something to do with the fact that he's released more than 14 mixtapes since 2007? Probably. Anyway, he'll be coming to to ... More >>
Check out our accompanying slideshow for more images from this week's installment of Echoes and Reverberations.Sly Stone was born there. Roy Orbison and Don Henley went to school there. Pat Boone and Dr. Phil even made the scene. But enough about all that: Let's talk about skronk monkeys trippin' b ... More >>
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From Kelly to critics: I ain't going nowhere, darn it
Today's music magazines suck up to celebs--and just plain suck
When Norah Jones left Dallas, she had no idea she'd end up living the jazzer's fantasy
Narrow margins remind us that everyone's a winner
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Sandman author Neil Gaiman finds magic in the damnedest place
CMH Records has given '80s faves a musical makeover, whether you like it or not
The New Bos reunite for--please, quiet down--a best-of collection
Feminism posing as trend, profit masquerading as activism, and a bunch of really bad songs: Why Lilith Fair isn't so fair at all
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Producer Dave Willingham makes noise in the middle of nowhere
Kacy Crowley savors the moment between anonymity and fame
Weekend offers a whirlwind tour of local music scene