Quantcast

R.I.P. Wesley Hathaway

Best Fort Worth(-ish) Albums of ’16

Trumpster Josh Weathers?

Maren Morris Is Our Hero

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?

Hearsay

Hearsay

Southern Goth

I think I may have seen Deadman's first show, about five years ago in somebody's homey backyard on the West Side. Not as "groundbreaking"...

Shea and Lola

In early 2001, a Fort Worth-born singer-songwriter named Shea Seger put out a major-label album, The May Street Project, inspiring Elton John (?!?) to...

For the Children

Last Saturday at 6th Street Live, some marquee rawkers piled into the Westside club to do that thing they do and also to raise...

Green, with Envy

And we thought we had it bad when the Cigarette Czars stamped out our right to smoke in bars. Up in Seattle, Prohibition -...

Grazin’ in the Grass

The jaunty trad-bluegrass standard "We've Got Franklin D. Roosevelt Back Again" is one thing (i.e., awesome), but young folks playing it today is a...

Hills to Climb

I'd heard of The Hills but had never seen it until I found myself in front of the TV not too long ago, totally...

God Bless Us, Every One

OK, just for a goof. How much would someone have to pay you to go to the Sean Hannity Freedom Concert featuring Billy Ray...

Last Chance for Flick

Asked to name the biggest bands to come out of the 817 over the past 10 or 15 years, most folks would probably first...

Doctor’s Blues

He's feeling fine, he's been cancer-free since undergoing treatment several months ago, and he's still playing, writing, and producing. But last week, legendary Fort...

The Soft Parade

I hate noise pollution. Dogs barking all damn day long, hoopties pumping bass drums, loud office chatter when I'm trying to compose my spellbinding...