3 months ago | Arts & Culture News
When you first set eyes on Austin Meade, you can’t help but feel like you’re in a time warp. While inked forearms, steel-gray eyes and half-buttoned shirts are all timeless pieces to the rock ‘n’ roll arsenal, it’s Meade’s '70s porn star mustache ...
4 months ago | DFW Music News
It's hard to imagine a band racking up over two million streams without the help of a full-length record to anchor them. That was the case for Dallas soul group Prophets and Outlaws, who up until now have managed to garner a loyal fan base by putt...
6 months ago | Concerts
When George Dunham lost both his parents after the turn of the millennium, the local sports radio personality took his grief and turned it into a good cause. This Friday's eighth annual Jub Jam marks the latest chapter in Dunham's mission with a s...
8 months ago | Concerts
To his peers and fans, Hayes Carll fits right in Texas' rich heritage of singer-songwriters. Like his predecessors Townes Van Zandt, Guy Clark and Robert Earl Keen, Carll is visceral yet intellectual, with well-placed wit and humor to lighten the ...
8 months ago | Concert Reviews
If you were to make a short list of bands that shaped music during the post-Vietnam era of the 1970s, Fleetwood Mac is arguably top five. While Led Zepplin, Pink Floyd, The Eagles and a host of others were easily holding down the rock ‘n’ roll, Fl...
9 months ago | Best Of Dallas
“Unattractive” by Toadies in The Cable GuyWhen The Cable Guy was released in 1996, it made headlines for two key reasons: star Jim Carrey’s $20 million price tag for the film, and the movie’s less-than-glowing reviews. But local music fans back th...