Posts Tagged ‘music’
Spike Lee once behaved like a jackass to one of this paper’s interns, but that doesn’t diminish the artistry of the films made by this unruly, bristling, angry, risk-loving giant of American cinema.
If anyone in town knows how to think big, it’s Smoothvega.
Though still young, the Catfish Whiskey guys have matured a lot recently, as their new LP may prove.
Five years ago, Catfish Whiskey was all about the party.
Surely Fort Worth offers more than any other city in the region when it comes to classical guitar music.
Carlene Carter’s first CD of new material since 1995, Stronger, is an independent woman’s coming-to-terms-with-the-world-of-broken-hearts collection of country and occasionally country-rock songs. There is some heal...
Brian Wright and the Waco Tragedies’ Bluebird is a lyrically interesting rock CD that leans toward aggressive, energy-filled folk.
Fort Worthian Betty Buckley enjoys a resurgence of sorts, much to one writer’s glee.
A gift from 40 years ago arrived in the mail just before Christmas, a CD called Betty Buckley 1967, with the semi-iconic Fort Worth entertainer smiling playfully on the cover.
As any good soundtrack should, Honeydripper helps bring the movie to life by creating, along with the scenery and the actors, the atmosphere that lets the DELETE breathe.
Remarkable as There Will Be Blood often is, our film critic refuses to gush.
I did something unusual while preparing to write my review of There Will Be Blood: I read everybody else’s reviews.
Here’s to the local symphony orchestras doing weird things with their programming.