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Alan Light's new book explains how Leonard Cohen's "Hallelujah" went from obscurity to ubiquity

7 years ago by Michael Alan Goldberg
Back in September of 2010, noted music journalist (and former editor-in-chief of SPIN and Vibe magazines) Alan Light was among 4,000 people sitting in the Jacob Javitz Center for Yom Kippur services when the Congregation Beit Simchat Torah choir took the stage to conclude the solemn proceedings with a stirring...
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Tiffany Young Plans to Bring More Than Bling During Moon Mission

1 month ago by Michael Bialas
If diamonds are a girl’s best friend, they have become precious lifetime pals with Tiffany Young, one of the brightest hopes among K-pop stars trying to bring more than bling to a solo pop act gaining universal appeal. With the stage name Tiffany identifying more with a certain jewelry company...
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Music News: The 1975, Explosions in the Sky and BROCKHAMPTON Headline This Week’s Concert Dates

3 months ago by Jeff Strowe
A couple of local radio stations are throwing parties in this week's edition of concert announcements. Elsewhere, there's an online sensation, a couple of Texas-based songwriters joining forces and an anniversary show in the works. Read on for the new details. ALT 103.7 FM is sponsoring a performance from The...
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New Book Details How Stevie Ray Vaughan’s Dallas Days Helped Establish His Legendary Influence

4 months ago by Kelly Dearmore
Being globally recognizable by one’s first name is certainly a prime indicator that an artist's star shines with a level of brightness that only a few musicians could even imagine. But with apologies to Madonna, Prince and Elvis, even more rare are the legends strong enough to survive in the...
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21 Things To Do in Dallas This Week

6 months ago by The Mixmaster
Wednesday If you’re at the Deep Ellum Art Company on Wednesday, you might have trouble standing still. The funkadelic sounds of Georgia band Funk You will have you moving and grooving like never before, even though you’re usually too self-conscious to dance in public. The vibrations will shoot through the...
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The Greatest Tour-Stop Concerts in North Texas, 1990s-2010s

6 months ago by Garrett Gravley
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 progressively became more of a monoculture...
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The Ultimate Guide to Dallas Pride Month

7 months ago by Alex Gonzalez
Dallas will be celebrating pride a bit earlier than usual this year. Typically held in September, Dallas Pride will now be celebrated in June in alignment with national pride month. The new dates also come with new locations for festivities. Instead of Cedar Springs and Oak Lawn, the annual pride...
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21 Things To Do in Dallas This Week

8 months ago by The Mixmaster
Thursday Where would the world be without the miracle of nature's greatest mechanically separated meat product? Monty Python would not have turned Spam into a touchstone of modern comedy. Celebrate one of Britain's greatest contributions to the world with a live performance of Spamalot, the hit Broadway musical based on...
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Michael Buble Was His Goofy Self While Spreading Joy Monday Night

9 months ago by Preston Jones
What is love if not a mix of the sublime and the silly? Michael Buble acknowledged as much near the top of his two-hour performance Monday night at American Airlines Center. “There are 15,000 people in here,” he said, clad in a dapper black suit and sporting a light scruff...
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Josh Alan Band

18 years ago by Robert Wilonsky
Smart and smirky art project (The Worst!, an Ed Wood concept "musical") and risky-frisky Social Statement (Blacks 'n' Jews, "marching together two by two") now out of the way, Josh Alan Friedman gets back to playing lissome, smart-ass Hebrew guitar-slinger making with the strip-club soundtrack circa Jack Ruby and the...

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