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The bluesy psych-rocking Hanna Barbarians intend on releasing a series of EPs over the next several months instead of a single recording.

Death of the Album?

Maren Morris Is Our Hero

R.I.P. Wesley Hathaway

Hearsay

Hearsay

Trumpster Josh Weathers?

Josh Weathers is a good cat. Anyone who’s spent even 30 seconds with him knows that he also would have played an Obama inaugural...

Best Fort Worth(-ish) Albums of ’16

If it weren’t for the following tunes (and perhaps many others, ones I either haven’t heard or that haven’t been recorded yet), then I...

Once-and-Future Toadies

One day, someone is going to write a book about local rock icons the Toadies. The band’s storyline seems plucked out of a John...

MAF’14, Round 2

The full lineup for Fort Worth Weekly’s 12th Annual Music Awards Festival is just about done. For the free daylong concert on Sunday, June 22,...

Go Yayo and the Randomness of Stardom

You probably haven’t heard of him, because you’re not in high school in Fort Worth and aren’t addicted to social media, but Go Yayo...

Alverson’s Broken (and Repaired) Heart

By a stroke of good luck, Tommy Alverson was almost poisoned to death.      Alverson, wife Amy Alverson, and their two young kids ––...

Twisted Black Ties

As I first Tweeted this past Monday morning, one of the biggest North Texas bands of the ’00s, Black Tie...

Double Feature

The popular Horseman Club on Bryant-Irvin Road closed its doors last weekend. The 14,000-square-foot dancehall has been sold to a Houstonian who, according to former...

Steve Gnash, Complete: Weirdness Rules

Before we get to easily one of my favorite Fort Worth bands of all time (seriously), I’d like to draw your attention to Steve...

Pimpadelic: Still Hear

A long time ago, I was close friends with a guy who was pretty deep into the local punk/metal scene, which was helpful to...