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Doug Burr

Denton singer-songwriter Doug Burr deserves international success, but in the meantime he may consider grief counseling. On Promenade, a joint release by national indie label...

Samuel James

Samuel James' version of the blues mixes tradition, sly humor, and a knowing wink with a steady, almost hypnotic acoustic beat. On Songs Famed...

John Denver

John Denver was a consistently — some would say mercilessly — sweet and upbeat-sounding performer, even on his sad songs. The best of his hits...

Sufjan Stevens

Writing a definitive Sufjan Stevens review is almost as ambitious as Stevens’ intent to write, record, and release 50 albums themed after each U.S....

Radioville, Simon Flory (Self-released)

It’s fair to say Simon Flory is comfortable being old-fashioned. Flory, a native of rural Indiana, purveys a sound that is a melting pot...

Tom Waits

Waits has had quite an odyssey, from Troubador doorman to protégé of Frank Zappa manager Herb Cohen (who sponsored the recordings released as two...

Charlie Musselwhite

Delta Hardware is hard-edged, harmonica-laced, electric blues from the bottom of Charlie Musselwhite’s roots (Mississippi Delta via Memphis and Chicago). Musselwhite, who recently settled...

Satellite Dream

Playing local and regional shows pretty steadily and releasing new DIY discs every so often, Satellite Dream has been orbiting the Cowtown scene for...

The Ho Chi Men

Just when you thought nu metal was dead (and it is), along come The Ho Chi Men, trying to resurrect it. Even though the band...

Darling New Neighbors

Listening to music is usually a subjective experience, but certain rules and boundaries apply to performing it. Songwriting is not for the weak of...