Eva Raggio first published two stories at age 10 and sat on that achievement for almost two decades. Upon her re-entry to the literary world, Eva took to writing about music and culture in DFW, although she grew up in England and Argentina. Eva supports the arts by rarely asking to be put on "the list" and always replies to emails, unless the word "pimp" makes up part of the artist's name. Her hobbies include raising genius children, perfecting her exquisite fake French and tirelessly shaming catcallers. Paul McCartney once sang at her birthday party, and she last smoked out with Axl Rose.
17 days ago | Concerts
Nashville band All Them Witches first debuted in 2012 with the album Our Mother Electricity, and they’ve since continued diving into experimental waters. Their newest album, ATW, premiered in September and it’s what the doctor, specifically Dr. Ti...
1 month ago | Columns
It was a matter of time before singers Sudie Abernathy's and Teddy Waggy’s fantastical worlds became one. The critically praised artists and It Girls quickly became each other’s muses after meeting only a year ago. Abernathy is known simply as Sud...
2 months ago | Best Of Dallas
We told you about the Gritznic Backyard Jam back in June, but if you drank to forget every Dallas news item of the last few months, we got you. Now that the weekend is coming up and you’re trying to make impressive plans, here’s your reminder of w...
3 months ago | Feature Stories
It’s a Monday night at The Rustic, and Frankie Leonie is waiting to get onstage. A schedule mix-up has resulted in the venue having no sound engineer for the night, and Leonie can’t perform until one of them drives in. Unfazed, she sits and eats w...
3 months ago | City Hall
John Jay Myers has owned The Free Man Cajun Café in Deep Ellum since 2011. Despite its proximity to concert venue The Bomb Factory, the small but booming café is in a block protected from the gentrification affecting its rowdy neighbors on Ma...
4 months ago | Feature Stories
"In Bed With" is a Dallas Observer series in which we delve into the homes and personal lives of Dallas music industry professionals. Kenneth Pritchard just cut his hair short after six years of whipping it back and forth onstage. On paper, ...