7 days ago | Concert Reviews
The first night of Juice WRLD’s two-night stand at The Bomb Factory took place on the 15-year anniversary of My Chemical Romance’s breakout album Three Cheers for Sweet Revenge, and nothing could be more fitting for such an occasion. Speaking as s...
13 days ago | Concerts
In Part One of this series, we looked back on 10 significant North Texas concerts that took place between the ‘60s and the ‘80s. It was a different time, and given the importance of radio and the revolutionary introduction of MTV, the music world ...
14 days ago | Arts & Culture News
We will be seeing the end of an entire decade in a mere seven months, and that warrants reflection. What artists of the '10s captured the zeitgeist? What were some of this generation’s most defining cultural milestones? When VH1 starts airing I Lo...
20 days ago | DFW Music News
Hip-hop is a genre where established artists become talent scouts and use their bully pulpit to develop the careers of younger artists, continually filling the genre with rising stars. Bone Thugs-n-Harmony, for instance, rose from obscurity after ...
27 days ago | DFW Music News
Fort Worth's Vincent Neil Emerson has plenty of famous supporters, like his friends and fellow singer-songwriters Leon Bridges and Charley Crockett. But the country artist's newest fan has both DC-granted superpowers and been a Dothraki leader: Aq...
28 days ago | Concert Reviews
Somewhere in Hollywood, a music industry bigwig is looking out his office window, Macallan scotch in hand, and somberly reflecting on how he could have made prodigious strides in his career had he acted on a business opportunity he initially decli...