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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...

Killer or Filler?

A Dream I Used to Remember is the third installment in the unlikely collaboration between a Norwegian experimental jazz bassist (Loyal Label honcho...

Relatively Heavy

Danny Mabe grew up the youngest of three brothers in a highly musically talented family. But up until recently, the new Burleson High School graduate...

Ryan Adams

After Ryan Adams’ startling debut, Gold, in 2001, he seemed to start spitting out a record every six months or so. By the time...

Big Game

Southern Gothic indie-rockers Dove Hunter have their sights set on the sky. By JIMMY FOWLER After almost a year of buzz, the indie-rock quintet Dove Hunter...

Song of the City

The Fort Worth of bluesman James Hinkle’s music is not pretty, but is it supposed to be? For the blues to be the blues,...

Coal Fever

In James Michael Taylor’s new album, Slaughter Mountain, the singer-songwriter persuades us to walk a country mile — and then some — in his...

Everyday People

Singer-songwriter-multi-instrumentalist Keite Young doesn’t waste a lot of time thinking about labels. But bring up the term “neo-soul” — a marketing catchphrase dating back...

Down, Far From Out

Black Tie Dynasty's new album proves there's more to the Fort Worth quartet than flash. By ANTHONY MARIANI Apparently, something about Black Tie Dynasty rubs people...