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Soul’d Out and More

There’s not enough soul in this scene. There aren’t enough women. There’s not enough pop. There aren’t enough progressive singer-songwriters. But there’s really not enough...

Willie Returns to Billy Bob’s in November

Not being very tech savvy, there’s no way I can figure out to track it, to follow all of the snowflaking that will go...

Welcome, Tulips FTW and More Big Shoes, Really Big Shoes

I missed Caravan of Dreams. The downtown venue had closed before I landed on yon sunny shores. All I know is that in the...

Celestial L’Amour Rocks It

Following in the vein of Evanescence and quite a few other alt-rock acts these days, Celestial L’amour explores Christian themes but does not necessarily want to...

I Live for the Weekend (and Dayne’s)

The thing about being married to a vegetarian is that there’d better be some good vegetarian options on the menu every time you go out...

Brandon Burnett’s Breaking String

The year 2020 wasn’t kind to a lot of folks (a lot), and Brandon Burnett was no exception. After his wife and musical partner Jessica...

Big Shows, Big Shows

I know live music at lunch is not completely novel — Fred’s has been doing it on weekends for years — but I still love...

Shows of the Week(-end)

Though Lola’s Trailer Park reopened when possible, the adjacent Saloon (2736 W 6th St, 817-759-9100) remained closed. Until now. To celebrate the reopening of Lola’s Saloon,...

James Cook’s Other Side of Hell

On his new album, soul singer-songwriter James Cook goes from the end of the world to the place where he wanted to be all along. Produced...

Shows of Da Week

Thanks to President Biden’s vaccination program, we’re now free to move about the cabin, though masks are still highly encouraged. If it’s been a long...