Posts Tagged ‘local music’
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Fort Rock

This town is brimming with indie talent — and everyone wants a piece.
Anthony Mariani
In the late ’00s, an independent label based in New York City, Norton Records, put out a three-volume set of songs from Fort Worth’s “teen scene,” a short period in the mid-to-late 1960s when teenage boys picked up musi...


Rotten Roots are taking it easy on “the biz.”

Rotten Roots Jam

This Fort Worth quartet of reformed punks is a case study in maturation.
MATTHEW MCGOWAN
Angsty, punk-rocking Texas teenagers with caches of bluesy Lone Star country records are bound to mellow out with age, and Rotten Roots, somewhat of a newcomer to the Fort’s music scene, are an example of what it looks and so...



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Rotten Roots: The Fort Work Sound

Hearsay
A potentially noteworthy debut will happen on Friday, Apr. 27, at The Grotto (517 University Dr., 817-882-9331), when Rotten Roots will open for Dallas’ Southern-fried Roomsounds and Fort Worthian alt-country rockers Badcreek...


Dru B Shinin’s All American is an insta-classic.

Killer or Filler?

Instrumental guitarwork, hip-hop, and proto-punk albums are coming at you from the Fort.
Fort Worth Weekly Staff and Contributors
Darrin Kobetich’s The Longest Winter The title of guitarist Darrin Kobetich’s latest self-released album, The Longest Winter, suggests the musician might be applying his considerable powers of fretwork to the subject of des...



Maben

A Lover and a Fighter

Mace Maben’s Encore
ZACK SHLACHTER
Mace Maben hadn’t sung in a year when he got a call to join his friends Eddie Miller and the Heavy Hitters onstage at the now-defunct Ridglea Jazz Café. There wasn’t much anguish in the decision to take the offer — it wa...


So Far, So Good

Jimmy Fowler
I hope it’s fair to judge a fledgling public radio station on a random selection of two and a half hours, because this morning on KXT 91.7 — KERA 90.1’s new all-music sister station – I heard Telegraph Canyon, Katsu...