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Collin, GRO, Correction

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Being the loud-mouthed centers of the universe we think we are, my family and I don’t celebrate holidays when the calendar says to.


Super Strings

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Everything is connected, especially considering the goings-on this week.



Triple-A’s Chemistry ‘Clashes

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It’s been a long time, but on Friday Daniel Katsuk and his A-Hummin’ Acoustical Acupuncture are returning to the Wreck Room (3208 W 7th St, FW; 817-348-8303), where they used to hold a weekly Monday night gig until ...


Woodeye, Sonic Death

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With a heavy heart, HearSay reports the demise of one of Fort Worth’s longest-running and most beloved North Texas bands of all time. Woodeye is no more. The band, said bass player Graham Richardson, had simply peaked.



Fellow Americans, Burning Hotels

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Update: One of North Texas’ punkingest, drinkingest, greasy-rock ‘n’ rollingest bands that hasn’t graced a stage in a while is actually still kicking, just under a new name.


The Theater is On Fire

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The super-moody Theater Fire is one of those Fort Worth-based bands that, while proud of its Cowtown address, could be living in New York City or Los Angeles or Boise for all we know of their presence here – HearSay still...



New Music, Dallas, and Y’all

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Got a phone call last week from Goodwin frontman Tony Diaz, who broke the news to HearSay that Dallas’ annual North Texas New Music Festival is featuring several bands from the 817, including Collin Herring, Coma Rally, G...


Experience the Art of Gigi

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Every year for the past three (four?) years, some local do-gooders, who have since gone on to help form the Fort Worth Arts Consortium, have been putting on a multi-media fundraising extravaganza called Experience the Art of Mu...



Four Star in the Black

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On hearing the news that West Seventh Street’s Four Star Coffee Bar was under new, cool ownership, local caffeine fiends, artists, and general hipster-doofi (that’s the plural form of the scientific term “hips...


Black Tie and CMJ, Flick On, FWAC’ers

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Though HearSay ain’t no native, your friendly neighborhood columnist has been around here long enough to know what’s what about local music.