Posts Tagged ‘jj & the rogues’
The Orbans’ Vedere was noteworthy for multiple reasons.

Top Local Albums of ’14

(Well, they’re one dudes’ faves.)
HEARSAY
1.) A couple of years ago, as I was interviewing Calhoun songwriters Tim Locke and Jordan Roberts, the discussion turned to The Orbans’ tremendous debut album, When We Were Wild. I don’t remember exactly how Locke put it, b...


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Local Songs of the Year

HEARSAY
Now that the year is coming to a close, let’s look back at some of the great songs that came to us from the 817 or thereabouts. In celebration of 2014, below are my favorite 14 local tunes of the year. I’ll share my 14 fave...



JJ & The Rogues' new album has been well worth the wait.

JJ & The Rogues: Sweet Talkers

HEARSAY
The album starts with the sounds of waves crashing, boards creaking, and a British-accented chap shouting, “All hands!” A pealing ship’s bell segues to a dreamy bed of synths accented by slowly plucked acoustic guitar and...


Newbie Nolan Robertson (The Hendersons) joins the JJs — Jameson Cockerell (center) and Josh Townley — to keep the Rogues running.

Gone Rogue

Turnover in JJ & The Rogues has closed some doors while opening others.
MATTHEW MCGOWAN
The two “Rogues” in JJ & The Rogues have, um, gone rogue. Just in the past few weeks, the Fort Worth pop-rock quartet lost a bassist and then, completely out of the blue, a drummer, leaving the group’s main duo in the...



JJ & The Rogues Representin’ The Fort

Anthony Mariani
One of my favorite Fort Worth bands of all time, one that I wish would churn out more CDs and play more shows, JJ & The Rogues are participating in a mega-band-battle sponsored by Shure music equipment and Red Gorilla Music...