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  • 25 Years of Toadies
    October 12 at 5:08 p.m. by Andrew Sherman

    The Toadies sounded youthful as ever at the Southside Ballroom. It was the 25th anniversary of the release of their seminal album Rubberneck. Jonathan Tyler and the Northern Lights and the Bluebonnets opened this all Texas show. Photos by Andrew…

     
  • Spinster Records Throws a Party at New Bishop Arts Location
    October 12 at 2:08 p.m. by Jessica Waffles

    Spinster Records relocated from their original location on W. Davis Street to the heart of the Bishop Arts district (408 N. Bishop Ave, Suite 102, Dallas TX 75208), hosting their grand opening on October 11, 2019. Featured performers were DJ Sober,…

     
  • Billie Eilish Blows Away the AAC
    October 9 at 12:13 a.m. by Mike Brooks

    Seems like nothing can slow this girl down. Even a protective boot on an injured ankle couldn't keep her (or the crowd) from jumping through a highly energetic and entertaining performance. It's time for everyone to just agree that this girl has…

     
  • Lizzo Heats Up the South Side Ballroom
    October 6 at 6:26 p.m. by Rachel Parker

    Lizzo brought her "Cuz I love You Too" Tour to The South Side Ballroom on Saturday October, 5th. With Opening Ari Lennox and Sophia Eris. Photos by Rachel Parker

     
  • White Denim Rocks Out Deep Ellum Art Company
    September 27 at 10:33 p.m. by Andrew Sherman

    White Denim gave the crowd something to rock to on Thursday night at Deep Ellum Art Company. Photos by Andrew Sherman

     
  • Crossroads Drops the Classics
    September 23 at 9:38 a.m. by Andrew Sherman

    Eric Clapton Crossroads Guitar festival returned to Dallas with a jaw dropping who's who of guitar icons as well as the of future guitar legends. It was two days of unforgettable performances and collaborations that thrilled the audience from start…

     
  • Gritty Hardcore at Club Dada
    September 23 at 9:17 a.m. by Vera Velma

    The rad hardcore band Ceremony played at Club Dada on Friday night, supporting their newest album "In the Spirit World Now." They played with Glitterer, Glaare, and Dallas locals URN. Photos by Vera "Velma" Hernandez 

     
  • The Motet with Jonathan Mones Band at Deep Ellum Art Company
    September 15 at 5:52 p.m. by Andrew Sherman

    The dance floor and the stage were packed at Deep Ellum Art Company on Saturday for funk, soul and jazz band The Motet with Jonathan Mones Band, featuring members of Ghost Note. The afterparty continued with entertainment by Wuchon (Craig Brodhead…

     
  • Disco Dancing and Friday the 13th Tattoos, Full Moon Edition
    September 15 at 3:36 p.m. by Mike Brooks

    Were you feeling hot this weekend? Maybe that's because of all the fevers! Full moon fever, disco fever, and tattoo marathon fever came together in one epic Deep Ellum weekend. Mike Brooks was there to document the the notorious Friday the 13th…

     
  • Backstreet's Back at the AAC
    September 2 at 1:13 p.m. by Rachel Parker

    The Backstreet Boys brought their DNA tour to the American Airlines Center with opening act Baylee Littrell. Photos by Rachel Parker

     
  • Medicine Man Revival and Friends Put on a Show
    September 1 at 10:51 a.m. by Vera Velma

    Pabst Sound Society Presents: Medicine Man Revival and Friends, plus ishi, Crystal Rippers, and DJ Luv Ssik on Friday at Sons of Hermann Hall. It was a fun surprise when Leon Bridges appeared. Photos by Vera Velma Hernandez

     
  • One Weekend, Six Venues, Eleven Bands and One Kid Busking on Elm Street
    August 25 at 1:07 p.m. by Mike Brooks

    If your idea of a night out to see live music is paying $300 to sit on on a hard folding chair 500 feet away from some aging superstar, you may be doing it all wrong. For that same amount of cash you could have seen all these bands, bought a tee…

     
  • Are You a Deep Ellum Expert?
    August 20 at 12:02 a.m. by Alex Gonzalez

    Whether you’re new to Deep Ellum or a scene veteran, we know you’re there every weekend, which is why none of us can find any parking. But how well do you actually know the neighborhood? Test your knowledge by trying to identify these details…

     
  • Gov't Mule and Nikki Lane at The Bomb Factory
    August 12 at 9:39 a.m. by Multiple Authors

    Gov't Mule's tour for their new live film and album Bring On The Music – Live at The Capitol Theatre stopped at The Bomb Factory on Sunday, August 11, with support from country singer/songwriter Nikki Lane. Photos by Andrew Sherman.

     
  • Blink-182 and Lil Wayne Kept Us Sweating
    August 3 at 5:09 p.m. by Mike Brooks

    Yeah, it's still hot as you know what, but that didn't keep folks from getting up for Lil Wayne and Blink-182 at Do Equis Pavillion in Dallas. Here's proof. Photos by Mike Brooks

     
  • Beck and Cage the Elephant Blew Us Away
    July 28 at 10:57 a.m. by Mike Brooks

    Fans who made it through the muggy Dallas evening (or who arrived halfway through) were treated to an epic show. Matt Schultz of Cage the Elephant is one Rock and Roll's greatest performers, and Beck is one of our most talented musicians. They both…

     
  • Decks in the Park Cools Off Poolside
    July 28 at 7:35 a.m. by Andrew Sherman

    Sun's out, time for a DJ'ed pool party at Canvas Hotel on Lamar. Photos by Andrew Sherman

     
  • Sarah Jaffe Releases New Music with a Party at the Belmont
    July 17 at 7:08 a.m. by Multiple Authors

    It was a hot a steamy night in Dallas, but things got way cooler as soon as Sarah Jaffe walked into the room.  Her newest release, This is Better, Pt. 1 and Pt. 2 officially drops on Friday but the release party took place last night at the Belmont…

     
  • The Chats Trade Sweat with Fans in the Weekend's Most Raucous Show
    July 15 at 7:25 a.m. by Mike Brooks

    The planets aligned directly over Three Links on Saturday as 18 year old Australian rockers The Chats hit town for a show that had been sold out for weeks. They didn't disappoint, even if they might have been a little surprised by a crowd that knew…

     
  • Jacob Metcalf Includes Crowd in his Performance
    July 13 at 2:34 p.m. by Jessica Waffles

    Jacob Metcalf’s Strawberry Summer at the Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center lobby included a new sound, featuring electric guitars and a loop pedal, violinist Leoncarlo as Metcalf’s duets parter for the set, and special appearances by Hilly…

     

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