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New Local Music

Live at the Live Oak, Vol. 1, various artists The Live Oak Music Hall & Lounge is an acoustically and aesthetically pleasing joint to go...

A-Rumblin’ in Earthquake Country

Although alt-folkies Earthquake Country played their first live show only last Friday night at The Moon, you’d think they’d been together forever by virtue...

Killer or Filler?

Keegan McInroe’s A Thousand Dreams As if Fort Worth needed another reminder of just how deep its pool of singer-songwriters is, now comes Keegan McInroe’s...
Ice Eater wants to be bigger than Fort Worth.

Ice Eater: Cold Comfort

Ice Eater is not a very Fort Worth-ish band. The guys can party with the best of ’em, but their music sounds like it...

Paper Knife Proves Sharp

You don’t have to be the Doris Kearns Goodwin of underground music to recognize that there’s usually a record label around which notable scenes...

Everything Else Later

Maybe it's not a ringing endorsement in the steely eyes of blues enthusiasts, but bluesman James "Gut-tar" Hinkle's new album, Some Day, has crossover...

The High Life

Singer-songwriter Peter Black had almost had it with music, especially with flaky backing musicians. “Playing with new guys with certain talents sometimes reveals the shortcomings...

SXSWork

The real South-by is a lot of traffic, a lot of tedium, and a lot of fun. We hadn't moved in about 20 minutes. I...

Quaker City Night Hawks Take Off

The four guys in the Quaker City Night Hawks have undeniable chemistry. Co-lead vocalists and guitarists Sam Anderson and David Matsler previously worked together...

Pump It Up

When Adonis Rose arrived in Fort Worth a little more than two years ago, he found the jazz scene here a little lacking. Sure, Cowtown...