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 ...
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...
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...
2 years 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...
2 years 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...