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Killer or Filler?

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Killer or Filler?

Acoustic guitar virtuoso Darrin Kobetich has traveled quite a few miles –– both figuratively and literally –– since he first mixed folk and bluegrass...

John Hexagon’s Myriad Shapes

In 2002, an unassuming music fan known by the recondite geometric moniker John Hexagon was ruminating on having to miss the show of one...

Top 20 Local Songs of 2018

Aren’t end-of-the-year lists silly? Who are we to say that Joe Gorgeous’ “Wet Cement” was a better track than, say, “Little Sea” by Bosque...

Crystal Blue Persuasion

When Colin Arnold of the Dallas psychedelic duo Eyes, Wings And Many Other Things admits that his and ex-Fort Worthian Sean French's band "lends...

Epic KatsüK

Daniel Katsuk is always looking for ways to spark an emotional response from his audience. The renaissance man dabbles in about a dozen creative...

Breaking Badcreek

Tell Badcreek’s five members they’re in a Southern rock band, and they won’t grouse much about it. It’s when you classify these Fort Worthians’...

Apache 5’s Big Black Smoke

Singer-songwriter Joshua Loewen’s got a fevah, a vest-wearin’, spasmatic-dancin’, bangs-flippin’, grass-smokin’ ache for jangly guitars, snappy beats, and velveteen melodies. He’s tuned his satellite...

Fort Worth’s Sound

Local producer Bart Rose's getting comfortable in his new - posh - environs. By CAROLINE COLLIER Bart Rose isn't your typical young music producer. He isn't...

The Rockyards?

To most folks, the Stockyards means just both kinds of music: Country. And Western. Inside the few storefronts that don't offer cowboy-themed knick-knacks, cowboy-friendly food...

Best Of 2011

Cheap Buzz Being an alcohol connoisseur is a lot of fun — you get to be a blowhard about who makes the best Manhattan in...