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Crazy Horse Saloon

Crazy Horse Saloon & Dancehall is in the corner spot in a strip shopping plaza less than a mile outside of downtown Denton. Its website describes the 5-year-old saloon as a "honky-tonk college...
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Life is an Erotic Cabaret in Frederick Wiseman's Crazy Horse

7 years ago by Melissa Anderson
Recording "Les Filles du Crazy," an anthem that they'll later lip-synch onstage, half a dozen women — performers at the Crazy Horse, Paris' classy nudie cabaret — sing of themselves, "They are the soldiers of the erotic army." The military metaphor proves apt, as Frederick Wiseman's spellbinding documentary on the...

Feu - Crazy Horse Paris 3D


Neil Young and Crazy Horse at Outside Lands Festival - 8/10/12

7 years ago by Ian S. Port
Christopher VictorioNeil Young and Crazy Horse at the Outside Lands festival.The following is a dispatch from Outside Lands Festival in San Francisco, from our sister paper, SF Weekly. While he's putting everything into a solo, Neil Young's face looks like his electric guitar sounds: flush with feeling, vaguely threatening, and...

This Week's Top Show Announcements: The Weeknd, Neil Young & Crazy Horse, Ariel Pink and More

7 years ago by Daniel Hopkins
The WeekndFriday, June 15, at House of Blues, $30/$35-$49.50At age 22, critically acclaimed R&B innovator Abel Tesfaye, the man behind The Weeknd, has accomplished more than most artists in a lifetime. All of his music has been released via digital download, and now it looks like he's ready to capitalize...

Parkies Behind Projects Like Kayak Thing Are Not All Idiots. But, Damn.

12 days ago by Jim Schutze
Crazy, goofy and idiotic are not good explanations for people who are hard to understand. I’m going to buy a Cub Scout wood-burning kit that makes engravings on plywood and put that on a plaque. Maybe I’ll hang it from the rearview mirror of my pickup. But for years I...

Haley Reinhart Talks Post-American Idol Life and Musical Longevity

1 month ago by Eva Raggio
Singer Haley Reinhart’s velvety vocals are highly delectable, to the point that one would hope for a case of synesthesia — a condition that often results in an ability to taste music. Her sultry, growled phrasing moves teasingly along her unpredictable arrangements, landing Reinhart in third place on Season 10...

Courtney Barnett Brought Rock Thunder and Heartfelt Sincerity to The Bomb Factory

3 months ago by Jeff Strowe
In the six years or so since breaking on the scene with her debut EP, A Sea of Split Peas, Australian singer-songwriter Courtney Barnett has seen her star continuously rise. With insightful lyrics centered on the frailties and anxieties of daily life, she fires off confessionals that resonate with folks...

Black Lives Matter, Citizens Matter, but What's the Matter with the Cops?

4 months ago by Jim Schutze
Citizens Matter. Yeah, right. We all know what that means. Citizens Matter is what the group opposed to reforming the Dallas Citizens Police Review Board is calling itself. So the name is contrapuntal to Black Lives Matter. Citizens Matter means White Lives Matter. And, look, far be it from me...

Phosphorescent Makes Up for Lost Time With a Fine Night of Music at Granada Theater

6 months ago by Jeff Strowe
About halfway through Saturday night’s excellent set at The Granada Theater, Phosphorescent band leader Matthew Houck coughed one time too many. “I’m sorry, y’all. I’ve got quite the cold,” he announced to the surprise of few in the audience. After watching him power through a couple of false starts, rearrange...

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