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Jacob Furr’s Sierra Madre

Jacob Furr’s gone dark. On the Fort Worth singer-songwriter’s fifth recording, Sierra Madre, he sprinkles his trademark acoustic balladry with some crunchy guitarwork and intense...
Sonic Buffalo will simply chud-rock your face off. Photo by Parker Lunsford

Chud Rock? You Bet

A lovable but particularly snobbish friend recently referred to a kind of rock ’n’ roll practiced in Fort Worth as “chud rock.” I snickered,...

Ballet Rocks

Singer-songwriter Brandin Lea's got rhythm, both in terms of, y'know, being able to play guitar and sing awesomely and also in the George-and-Ira-Gershwin, Ethel-Merman...

Firehouse and the Station

Before I even write the words "experimental music," allow me to defuse any knee-jerk objections. No, not all experimental music is good. The kind...

Packed Houses

On Saturday, The Burning Hotels, Telegraph Canyon, Stella Rose, The February Chorus, and a few other local heavy-hitters will play Lola's Saloon (3267 W....

Launching

On Saturday at The Grotto (517 University Dr. near the Cultural District, 817-882-9331), the Rivercrest Yacht Club will play its second-to-last show for a...

Fair Warning

Here's all I have to say about Van Halen: If you're a fan, don't go to the legendary hard-rock band's show this Saturday at...

Big Bertha

The last time I saw local fusion pioneers Bertha Coolidge play, I admit, I was a little underwhelmed. Could have been the venue: the...

New Dog, Experience a Success

Most folks in the know (don't look at me) are pumped about the new Black Dog Tavern. (In case you've been sleeping these past...
Lance Sanders leads The Mammal Virus down some DayGlo rabbit holes.

Short, Strange Trip

Based on stories in this exquisite newspaper and perhaps elsewhere, you’d be forgiven for thinking that the Near Southside, specifically the historic Fairmount district,...