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Going, Going …

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Say what you will about daily papers. They’re still daily papers and, as such, offer the kind of critical validation that even your favorite alt-weeklies can’t approximate.


Going, Going …

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Say what you will about daily papers. They’re still daily papers and, as such, offer the kind of critical validation that even your favorite alt-weeklies can’t approximate. For a band, getting praised/slammed in our...



Must Be Something in the Wine

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I say “Grapevine,” you say … what exactly? Main Street, maybe? The only regularly bustling family-friendly retail strip in North Texas devoid of chain establishments? Or maybe the Gaylord Texan Resort? Or mayb...


Must Be Something in the Wine

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I say “Grapevine,” you say … what exactly? Main Street, maybe? The only regularly bustling family-friendly retail strip in North Texas devoid of chain establishments? Or maybe the Gaylord Texan Resort?



Must Be Something in the Wine

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I say “Grapevine,” you say … what exactly? Main Street, maybe? The only regularly bustling family-friendly retail strip in North Texas devoid of chain establishments? Or maybe the Gaylord Texan Resort? Or mayb...


Fade to Black Tie

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Black Tie Dynasty has broken up. We usually don’t get into the business of announcing band breakups, but for a local group that’s been together for almost 10 years — and that has had huge successes — we&...



Fade to Black Tie

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Black Tie Dynasty has broken up. We usually don’t get into the business of announcing band breakups, but for a local group that’s been together for almost 10 years — and that has had huge successes — we&...


Last Chance for Flick

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Asked to name the biggest bands to come out of the 817 over the past 10 or 15 years, most folks would probably first say, “The Toadies.” Fine. The second? Probably Pantera. The third? Is there even a third to name?



Last Chance for Flick

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Asked to name the biggest bands to come out of the 817 over the past 10 or 15 years, most folks would probably first say, “The Toadies.” Fine. The second? Probably Pantera. The third? Is there even a third to name?


Indie-Jazz

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A few years ago, before blogs took over “the internets” – and began commandeering the local-music conversation – Ghostcar often popped up when discussion turned to exciting, locally produced experimental...