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Dallas-based Psychic Contributes To Upcoming Book On Jim Morrison and Michael Hutchence

11 years ago by Pete Freedman
So I just got word that there's a new book coming out called A Tale of Two Brothers: Jim Morrison & Michael Hutchence from author Jacqueline Murrary. In the book, Murrary enlists the aid of some of the nation's most "well known and credible psychics" to help tell the stories...

Today In Music News: Jim Morrison's Ghost Is Caught On Film, The Flaming Lips Re-Do Pink Floyd and Diddy Loses His Ring

10 years ago by Lance Lester
Your daily dose of national music news for Monday, October 19, 2009...The ghost of Jim Morrison has allegedly been caught on film. I'm not sure if this is a good idea or not, but what better band to do it: The Flaming Lips have recorded a track-by-track "reimagining" of Pink...

The Wombats Rock Granada Theater and Prove Why They’re a Band You Should Know

7 months ago by Brad LaCour
People hurriedly scouted the closest parking spaces to the Granada Theater on Friday night so they could encounter as little of the drizzle and cold winds as possible. Making their way past the vintage box office and under the brightly lit marquee, concertgoers crammed into a winding line to pass...

7th Haven - Closed

Arguably the best rooftop bar in town, 7th Haven makes up for in drink prices what it lacks in panache. Always a place to find a good special, the place is dark and smoky. But with a back patio...
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Why Cover and Tribute Bands in Dallas Have It Made, Licensing Be Damned

2 years ago by Caroline North
When you were growing up, Mom said to be yourself. But musicians are finding that it pays better to be someone else. Local guitarist Mike Mroz will be the first to tell you there’s no question that performing in a tribute band is more financially rewarding than performing original songs. “Even...

The 12 Best Films of 2017

1 year ago by Alan Scherstuhl
First, these are my favorite movies of the year, not a claim to rank the definitive best, so don’t write to tell me that your favorite should have made it

5 Art Events for Your Weekend

2 years ago by The Mixmaster
'Til Midnight at the NasherNasher Sculpture Center 2001 Flora St. 6 p.m.-midnight Friday Free 'Til Midnight at the Nasher represents one of Dallas’ great community events — a lawn filled with a patchwork of spread-out blankets, kids with popsicles and the buzz of conversation as people get to know everyone...

Best Things to Do in Dallas This Weekend

2 years ago by The Mixmaster
Friday Forgive the terrible wordplay, but Killer Queen is guaranteed to blow your mind. Labeled as the U.K.'s premier Queen tribute band, it has carried the legacy of one of history's most revered rock bands for 24 years. The England-based band takes its role of purveying Queen's legacy seriously, not...

Cheap and Free Events in Dallas This Week

2 years ago by The Mixmaster
Jay Wilkinson — everyone poops Fort Works Art 2100 Montgomery St., Fort Worth Through July 29 Free Sometimes the things that unite us all aren’t the things we talk about. At least not to anyone besides our doctor, or a really, really good friend. Local artist Jay Wilkinson knows this...

21 Best Things to Do in Dallas This Week

2 years ago by The Mixmaster
Thursday Fort Worth band Quaker City Night Hawks attributes its success to its brand of rock 'n' roll, which has roots in Texas boogie with a Memphis-like soul and heavy blues sound. The foursome made waves throughout North Texas when it formed in 2009 and dubs its music the "spirit...

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