8 months ago | Concerts
More than just a music genre, jazz is a lifestyle often associated with timelessness and musical creativity. North Texas can boast of a few joints perfect to hear local artists explore the grooves made famous by legends such as Louis Armstrong or ...
9 months ago | Concerts
In the wake of what can only be described as America’s mass shooting epidemic, some local folks use music to express sentiments of camaraderie over fear and intimidation. During a cool late-October dawn, dozens of free-spirited musicians congregat...
10 months ago | Concerts
After two years, the Open Carry Guitar Rally is back for a fifth set. From 4:30 to 7:30 p.m. on Sunday, Oct. 27, several guitar-yielding musicians plan to occupy Ronald Kirk Bridge, formerly Continental Avenue Bridge, to participate in Dallas’ big...
1 year ago | Arts & Culture News
When local musicians’ guitars get battered and bruised, many bring them to a small, yellow-painted house sitting on Denton’s Elm Street. There, 62-year-old Gregory Lange pumps life back into stringed instruments. He’s a luthier — one who fixe...
1 year ago | Photography
Aaron Mahlon Thomas, a U.S. Navy veteran, uses the art of capturing light and creating images to cope with a condition that once alienated him from his family. Thomas, a North Texas-based photographer and documentarian, wants to use photography to...
1 year ago | Concerts
The Pops Carter All-Star Band will honor the music of late Denton blues icon Tom “Pops” Carter with a free show Thursday at Dan’s Silverleaf. Show starts at 9 p.m. Before the show, the Denton Public Art Committee, Greater Denton Art Council and De...