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Local Venues Ready to Roll — and Rock

Now that Gov. Greg Abbott has approved the reopening of Texas bars — and music venues — starting Friday, it seems that Fort Worth’s biggest...

Inside The Loop

Playing live music involves a ton of planning, and that’s unfortunate, considering the types of people who are usually in bands: flakes, drunks, degenerates,...

So Long, Farewell

Off the top of my head, I am aware that Bruce Magnus, Cherry Mantis, and Unspell have new recordings out — full-lengths with the...

The Sound of Fort Worth

Being a proud Fort Worthian and also something of a hipster-doofus, I would argue that for a good look –– or listen –– at...

Not OKKK

As members of a democratic society that presumably values the dignity afforded by a firm, professed belief in the equality of humans, we have...

For Rappers, Is the Fort Worthless?

A lot of great hip-hop is pumping out of Fort Worth. There’s a glut of conscientious, thought-provoking rappers in the 817 churning out intelligent,...

Music Awards Recap

Apparently, overwhelming positivity is the new “fuck.” Just a few years ago, almost every acceptance speech at the Fort Worth Weekly Music Awards was...

Abraham Alexander’s “America”

Fort Worth soul/R&B singer Abraham Alexander is the kind of guy you want to take home to Mom. He’s clean-cut, young, good-looking, very religious,...

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...

Get Outta Town

The music scene here is diverse and hardworking and auspiciously unified, across genres and neighborhoods. Sit at a table somewhere like Avoca, the Boiled...