30 miles south of town there is a mini fortress wall, and once you buy your ticket and walk through its portcullises, the Scarborough Renaissance Festival awaits. It's a magical land, where the bacchanalia of 1533 (mead poured into horns!) meets the bacchanalia of 2013 (deep fried macaroni and chees ... More >>
Pick up a copy of Official Truth 101 Proof: The Inside Story of Pantera at any local bookstore or online at Amazon. Rex will be signing copies of the book at Barnes & Noble on Northwest Highway in Dallas on Tuesday night, March 19, at 7:00 p.m.
Back in the Nineties, Panetra rocked venue after venu ... More >>
In honor of the Jealous Sound's third appearance in the DFW area in 12 months (they play in the House of Blues' Cambridge Room tonight), we caught up with frontman Blair Shehan on how he got into playing guitar, hardcore punk, and where the band is now.
What drew you to playing guitar?
I grew up ... More >>
According to the people I follow on Twitter, today is International Kissing Day. How
annoying is that? As if Valentine's Day wasn't bad enough, now we have
International Kissing Day to annoy the pants off anyone who doesn't have
someone to smooch on. Apparently, Kissing Day was dreamed up as an
a ... More >>
As promised, the Fort Worthians in Calhoun saw their song "The Earth Has Lost Its Hold" pop up in last night's episode of NBC's Chuck--twice, in fact. (Suck on that, The Bright!) Above, you can watch the whole danged episode. Or you can just skip right ahead to around the 20-minute and 37-minute ... More >>
After a weird, wild week of name-calling, foundation-shuddering, letter debunking and a he said/she said spanning Florida to Hawaii, the bizarre tale of Bob Hayes' Twisted Sister finally has a temporary resolution, if not permanent closure.
The current verdict: Bob Hayes, Jr. - and not Luc ... More >>