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Joe Savage’s Liver Dye

Cancer Sucks, but People Are Amazing

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Out of School, Into the Weather

Thanks to the proliferation of School of Rock, where students learn the rudiments of melting faces, the Fort Worth music scene is benefiting from...

The Grown-Ups Are Alright

Somewhere there’s an airline employee whose car bumper is covered in job-related stickers –– mostly inside jokes. One such tag on this airliner’s auto...

Levi Ray’s Battling On

Based on my own recognition of his name, I assumed that Levi Ray, himself an enduring fixture on the local singer-songwriter circuit, had a...

Still Shinin’

Few local rappers have been near as prolific as Dru B Shinin’. In over a decade, the keen MC has recorded hundreds – emphasis...

The Resolution of Izzy

Izzy rung in the New Year the same way she has the past four — alone. The folk artist sat on top of her...

Stag Punk

Don’t even think about messing with Gollay. In “White Stag,” the first single off the Fort Worth five-piece’s upcoming album, frontwoman Rachel Gollay and...

Have Yourself a Melancholy Christmas

Imagine the spectrum of Christmas cheer as a gleaming peppermint-striped continuum that runs between Buddy the Elf on one end and Ebenezer Scrooge at...

Jefferson Colby Ain’t Going Nowhere

Next year, riff rockers Jefferson Colby will have been a band for a remarkable 15 years. This means guitar-champion frontman Daniel Mabe first began...

Summer Dean on Ameripolitan

For the second consecutive year, Summer Dean is nominated for an Ameripolitan Award. You’d be forgiven if you don’t know what that means, because...

Looking Forward to Summer

While the outside world seems to slip an inch or two further into a pit of insatiable chaos by the day, music freaks at...