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Music News: The Roots, Ringo Starr, Jesus and Mary Chain, and More

4 years ago by Jeff Strowe
After a couple of nearby appearances, a crew of classic rockers returns to the area. The Roots break a long Dallas dry spell with an intriguing collaboration at Irving Music Factory. The fall touring schedule is continuing to shape up nicely for local music fans. On Oct. 17, Irving Music...

The 10 Best Concerts of the Week: LCD Soundsystem, Lupe Fiasco, Ringo Starr and More

4 years ago by Diamond Rodrigue
Easing your way out of a Halloween weekend hangover will be easy, thanks to a great lineup of shows this week. If you were one of the lucky ones who stayed glued to your computer and scored tickets to LCD Soundsystem before the show sold out, you'll be the envy...

Ringo Starr and His All-Starr Band at WinStar Casino, 7/5/14

7 years ago by Eva Raggio
Ringo Starr and His All-Starr Band WinStar Casino, Thackerville, Oklahoma Saturday, July 5, 2014 It could be said that there are two types of Beatles' fans: those who revere them as enlightened mystical geniuses for their revolutionary experimentation in music, and the other type which prefers the cartoonish, suited-up figurine...

Starr Struck

15 years ago by Darci Ratliff
Ringo Starr and His All-Starr Band isn't hip. But it's a show that's totally worth seeing. I saw them in Atlantic City in 2001, when Howard Jones was part of the lineup and an impatient Ringo had to bully the casino audience into giving Jones the requisite sing-along "whoa"s. It...

Ringo-Less Rails

15 years ago by Andrea Grimes
There are all kinds of things that pop up in my everyday life to remind me that of the 50 percent of the Beatles left on Earth, 50 percent of that 50 percent are lame. I'm looking at you, Ringo. Paul's the only thing I have left—and what is he...

The 10 Best Concerts of the Week: Carrie Underwood, Big K.R.I.T., The Who and More

2 years ago by Jacob Vaughn
If you follow this list, you'll have some hard choices to make come Friday. The Bralettes, Big K.R.I.T., Of Antigua, Atlantis Aquarius and The Who are all playing that night. But, for every good show you might miss on Friday, you can make up for it throughout the week. You can also...

The 21 Best Things to Do in Dallas, Sept. 23-29

2 years ago by Dallas Observer Staff
Monday, September 23 Margaret AtwoodMargaret Atwood didn’t need a Handmaid’s Tale TV series to stay relevant. The Canadian writer has enough brilliant novels (see Cat’s Eye and The Blind Assassin), short stories and poems to keep a lit professor agog for an entire semester without even mentioning her dystopian classic...

Eels Gave a Brief History of Rock Music at Canton Hall

2 years ago by David Fletcher
Folk rock, blues rock, hard rock, psych rock, surf rock, soft rock, punk rock, alt rock. Eels brought all of it to Canton Hall Sunday evening in their triumphant return to Dallas. Under the guidance of Mark Oliver Everett, otherwise known by his stage name “E,” Eels played a career-spanning...

The 10 Best Concerts of the Week: Khalid, 21 Savage, New Bohemians and More

2 years ago by Jacob Vaughn
Good news, music fans: There's a show you can go to nearly every day this week. End your Tuesday the right way with an intimate set by Austin duo Little Mazarn. On Wednesday, you can hop over to Club Dada to hear The Roomsounds. Up-and-coming rap artist YUNG BANS will...

The 10 Best Concerts of the Week: Jenny Lewis, Bad Bunny and More

2 years ago by Diamond Rodrigue
Catch Jenny Lewis, who just released her first album in five years, On the Line. Tracks off the album include collaborations with St. Vincent, Beck and Ringo Starr. Bad Bunny plays American Airlines Center and Charley Crockett has a show at The Kessler. Paul Slavens and Friends 9 p.m. Monday,...

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