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David Allan Coe, The O's

10 years ago by Lee Zimmerman
Stifle yourself, Steve Earle. Lower that middle finger, Hank III. Take another hit from that spliff, Willie Nelson. And then all of you step aside. When it comes to insurgency, you guys pale compared to that cantankerous country crooner David Allan Coe. Banished to reform school at age 9, he...

David Allan Coe Cancelled His Dallas Show Due to Having to "Perform Outside"

5 years ago by Kelly Dearmore
Last night, just before his scheduled performance at the Gas Monkey Bar and Grill in Dallas, so-called "outlaw" David Allan Coe packed his rebel flag-adorned equipment and hit the road, leaving venue staff angry and fans perplexed. According to a message from Gas Monkey's GM Alex Mendosa posted to the...

Show Announcements: Sonic Youth, Aerosmith, David Allan Coe, The Tallest Man On Earth, More

10 years ago by Daniel Daugherty
After a few weeks of short listings, the announcements return in full force this week with some more national names scheduled to come through Dallas, including Sonic Youth, Aerosmith, David Allan Coe, Chris Isaak and the Smothers Brothers.On the local scene, meanwhile, the King Bucks (do those guys ever take...

Good Friday: NX35, St. Patty's Day Parade and After-Party, RX Bandits, David Allan Coe, Snarky Puppy and Dick Dale.

9 years ago by Pete Freedman
There's many things I enjoy about the NX35 Conferette, not the least of which is the fact that it sure makes writing this here post easier. (Yes, I'm that self-centered.)As you already know: The Flaming Lips, Midlake and Stardeath and White Dwarfs are playing the North Texas Fairgounds for free...

Q&A: Warren Haynes of Gov't Mule Shares His Thoughts on Turning 50, Jimi Hendrix, David Allan Coe and More

9 years ago by Darryl Smyers
Besides being ranked 23rd on Rolling Stone's Greatest Guitarists of All Time list, Warren Haynes is also one bad mother on stage.But, off stage, the Allman Brothers/Gov't Mule guitarist turned out to be a pretty affable guy who spoke quite eloquently about a number of subjects--beginning with what he thinks...

Good Friday: Elton John & Leon Russell, Calhoun, The Orbans, Celtic Thunder, Senses Fail, Bayside, Miniature Tigers, The Dandy Warhols, The Felice Brothers, David Allan Coe, The Derailers, Hed PE and More!

9 years ago by Daniel Hopkins
The biggest show coming to town this weekend is, without a doubt, Elton John and Leon Russell at the Fort Worth Convention Center on Saturday night. The two piano-playing legends of yesteryear have teamed up on a new album called The Union. And with producer T-Bone Burnett at the helm,...

Show Announcements: Black Tie Dynasty, Happy Birthday, Sundress, The Black Angels, Deer Hunter, Best Coast, Blitzen Trapper, Better Than Ezra, David Allan Coe, and others

9 years ago by Daniel Hopkins
I always thought it would be kind of a great idea for a band to only play break-up or reunion shows. Think about it: You can get a lot of people to come to your last concert. And, likewise, when your band gets back together.But it won't last long before...

The Fall of The Rail Club, Fort Worth's Metal Bar

8 months ago by Christian McPhate
The Rail Club was a place for the misfits, the outcasts, the forgotten. Black was the attire. Chains and spikes were optional. Located in far west Fort Worth, it was more than a live music venue in an old strip club. It was a home for the North Texas metal...

Music News: A Pink Floyd Member, Lionel Richie and Muse Headline a New Batch of Announcements

6 months ago by Jeff Strowe
The concert calendar is shaping up nicely for the year ahead as a bevy of new announcements are added to local venues. This week, we have a Pink Floyd original member, a country favorite, an arena powerhouse and many, many others coming to DFW. Read ahead for the details. Legendary...

City Staff Push Policy Change That Reinforces Racial Segregation

8 months ago by Jim Schutze
Monday The Dallas Morning News made some great points in an editorial about racial segregation in the city and the Trump administration’s troubling initiative to de-emphasize desegregation in national housing policy. The defect in the editorial — the thing always left unsaid in Dallas — is that segregation is what...

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