Posts Tagged ‘album’

Gas Pipe and the Ridglea

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As first reported on Blotch, Jerry Shults, owner of The Gas Pipe, a Southwestern regional chain of smoke shops, is about to close a deal on the Ridglea Theater building and is currently making interior repairs. Shults also is s...


Hellfire and Eagle Rock

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If you’re a regular reader, you’re probably well aware of Indian Casino Records, a Seattle label run by Haltom City ex-pat John Frum. Though times have been hard, the label continues churning out product, including a new ba...



Breaking Boingo Shaman

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So I missed the big Hentai Improvising Orchestra/Breaking Light show at Doc’s Records and Vintage last Sunday. However, each band lives on through the miracle of digital technology. For some Breaking Light, visit alonetone.co...


Killer or Filler?

Our critics examine some local discs of note.
Fort Worth Weekly Music Critics
Feeler is the lost Toadies album, recorded in 1997 and meant as the follow-up to the Fort Worth quartet’s widely acclaimed platinum-selling album Rubberneck. But the band’s former record label, Interscope, thought the album...



And the Winners Are …

Our 13th Annual Fort Worth Weekly Music Awards wrap up a banner year for 817 music.
ANTHONY MARIANI
Nearly 300 people –– all nominees in our 13th Annual Music Awards and their plus ones –– packed the Fort Worth Community Arts Center for our version of the Grammys, the Panthys, named after the panther-head trophy that ...


Loves Supreme

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At some point years ago, after I’d grown tired of music –– all I’d known was arena rock and some fusion –– I thought I’d get all arty-smarty and get into jazz of the straight-ahead hard-bop variety. I tried on Mil...



2010 Fort Worth Weekly Music Awards

Photos by Vishal Malhotra
In terms of sheer productivity, the past 12 months will be remembered as a pivotal moment in Fort Worth music. Everybody and their dog put out an album, EP, or song –– and 99 percent of them were bona fide, full-fledged, no...


Where? All Over

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The Where House is a newish arts space near 1919 Hemphill that’s hosted some interesting happenings lately — a string that will continue on Saturday. The Orbans –– about to release their startling ambitious and alarming...



Calhoun, Lola’s-paloozza, Music Awards

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Way back in September, 2009, not long after Calhoun allegedly broke up, the two main songwriters, frontman/lyricist Tim Locke and multi-instrumentalist Jordan Roberts, started writing and recording again (“Calhoun Redux,” S...


Shea Seger Redux

After a 10-year hiatus, the former major-label artist from Fort Worth is back.
ANTHONY MARIANI
In 1998, Shea Seger was 18 and living in Virginia when she was approached by a British music producer who invited her to England to hang out for a few weeks and maybe, just maybe, write some pop music –– though the native F...