Posts Tagged ‘music’

Legendary Texas Music?

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Married Fort Worth filmmakers Carl and Betsy Crum started quite a stir recently when they announced plans for a documentary about legendary Texas musicians. The Crums, noted for their meditative One Square Mile urbanism series ...


Texas Ballet Theater Turns 50

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It’s been a rocky road over financial and sometimes artistic potholes, but Texas Ballet Theater made it to 50 this year. Artistic director Ben Stevenson and company will celebrate the anniversary with two programs at Bass Per...



Stone Machine Electric Doom LuVa

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Somewhere between the hair-metaldom emanating from joints such as The Rail and Tomcats West and the proto-punk and hardcore from 1919 Hemphill there’s doom. As unhurried but heavy as stoner rock (EPIC RUINS, Jefferson Colby, ...


If Music Be the Food of Love

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Though Valentine’s Day falls on a Monday this year, most of the events celebrating it are going on during the weekend, and an unusual number of them feature classical music. On Friday, the Three Redneck Tenors visit White’s...



Come to the Cabaret

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William Bolcom was writing accessible popular music for the concert stage when that was not a cool thing to do. The 72-year-old composer will be at the Modern this weekend for a retrospective concert of his work.


Night & Day

KRISTIAN LIN
WED ? 19 Kim Ki-duk’s 2005 drama 3-Iron does indeed feature a golf club used as a weapon, but otherwise the film is mostly a serene and sometimes funny contemplation of alienation in South Korea, based on the real-life story ...



Fort Worth Hip-Hop: On the Verge

With the help of some veterans, a crop of new hip-hoppers is building a viable scene.
CAROLINE COLLIER photos by anna routh
Though he was still a teenager, Six2 had already experienced how high life could take him and how quickly it could try to erase him. As he stood on a Hemphill Street corner looking to peddle a pocketful of crack one day in 1996...


Night & Day

KRISTIAN LIN
WED ? 22 So far this season, the TCU women’s basketball team has compiled a so-so record against non-conference opponents. The Lady Frogs will face a tough test against Georgia, a team that (like most of the others in the SEC...



Outreach, Niosi, Hotels

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Some of Fort Worth’s finest musos have been confirmed for a show benefitting the Fort Worth Music Outreach, an organization that brings music education and instruments to Fort Worth school district students affected by cuts i...


GROdors

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Hard to believe, but Green River Ordinance is celebrating its 10th anniversary this year. Seems like just yesterday, the Fort Worth guys were bright-eyed youngsters in awe of local giants like Flickerstick and John Price. But G...