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Happy Birthday, Townes Van Zandt

7 years ago by Audra Schroeder
The great Butch Hancock will be at AllGood Cafe tonight, kicking off a March residency and the cafe's fist annual Townes Van Zandt birthday tribute. Hancock does a similar yearly jam at the Cactus Cafe in Austin, and he's a master storyteller, especially when talking about Townes. He's even more...

The "First Serious Biography" Of Townes Van Zandt

11 years ago by Pete Freedman
A new book called A Deeper Blue: The Life and Music of Townes van Zandt by Robert Earl Hardy was released this month. And, according to the inside cover, it’s "the first serious biography of a man widely considered one of Texas'--and America's--greatest songwriters." How serious is it? Well, Hardy...

Just Cuz of the Day: The O's Covering Townes Van Zandt

7 years ago by Audra Schroeder
Because any time is a good time to listen to Townes Van Zandt, here's a video of local duo the O's covering "Waiting 'Round To Die" outside of the original Poor David's Pub, where Van Zandt often played. They're currently touring with the Old 97's, but they'll be back in...

Blitzen Trapper Cover Townes Van Zandt While Busking at Off the Record

4 years ago by Jeff Gage
While we've talked plenty in recent months about how on-point Deep Ellum has been of late, there's one thing that we haven't necessarily seen that much of: Impromptu live music inside bars. Okay, there's plenty of live music in neighborhood bars, but the busking keeps mostly to the streets. Not...

Humbled Proud Boy: Attorney Jason Lee Van Dyke Claims an Internet ‘Stalker’ Is Ruining His Life

1 month ago by Christian McPhate
Jason Lee Van Dyke sat at a table next to his defense lawyer in a Denton County courtroom, listening as an attorney for the Texas State Bar spoke about how fearful she was when she received his email message threatening her life. At 38, Van Dyke is stocky like a...

Townes' Town

13 years ago by Robert Wilonsky
Music fans from around North Texas turned out for the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth's Friday night screening of Be Here to Love Me, a new documentary about songwriting legend Townes Van Zandt. (Van Zandt, who was born in Cowtown, would have been 62 today.) The 8 p.m. screening...

Hayes Carll Presents His State of the Union With What It Is

3 months ago by Cody Starr
To his peers and fans, Hayes Carll fits right in Texas' rich heritage of singer-songwriters. Like his predecessors Townes Van Zandt, Guy Clark and Robert Earl Keen, Carll is visceral yet intellectual, with well-placed wit and humor to lighten the mood between songs that tackle the trouble on his mind...

Kane Brown Proved To Be Quite the Anomaly at His Allen Show Thursday Night

3 months ago by Garrett Gravley
We have known since the ’00s that the country/hip-hop musical hybrid was a failed experiment, yet for some reason, it keeps being executed tastelessly. Kid Rock, Martina McBride and T.I. did it in 2010 with “Care.” Carrie Underwood and Ludacris did it last year with “The Champion.” Brad Paisley and LL...

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