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The Fibs Return

I don’t remember exactly when The Fibs slinked onto the scene, other than that this tall, lanky kid sporting a 7 o’clock shadow, pointy...

Keegan McInroe on Getting Euro-Trashed

You can say that bluesy folksinger and occasional Weekly contributor Keegan McInroe has come a long way since the early aughts, when he fronted...

Trauma Ray’s Gaze

Many local groups flirt with the edges of atmospheric, expressive, effects-driven rock music, but none have dived as deep into the waters and come...

Daryel Sellers on His Own

Here’s a thought: How many songwriters exist in this town who have been quietly composing their tunes, jotting them down in a notebook, or...

Wayne Floyd Stripped Down

Soulful baritone singer-songwriter Wayne Floyd said he doesn’t like to talk about his music and that even the idea of it makes him uncomfortable....

Joseph Wayne Miller Rolls Along

From Cat Power to Smog to the Microphones, earnest and confessional solo musicians seemed intent to cloud their emotional exhibitionism behind alter egos. Although...

The Show

At 7:30pm on Sept 5, The Texas Crossroads series kicks off with a concert at Bass Hall featuring the Toadies’ Vaden Todd Lewis, Sarah...

Q&A with Peter More

In 2012, the Weekly first reported on a chance meeting between local singer-songwriter Peter More and Steely Dan cofounder Donald Fagen (“Time Out of...

Arenda Light Re-Ignites

The seventh song on Magpie, the new (and second) full-length album from Azle-born alt-rock four-piece Arenda Light, is fittingly titled “Give it Time.” Frontman...

Daron Beck’s Change of Heart

Here’s a cautionary tale for all you local band people who have been partying as if replacement organs are readily accessible, cheap, and easy...