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Burnin’ for the Rest of My Life

Back in the old days (pre-Facebook), listening parties were held at friends’ houses. Back in the Paleolithic Era (pre-MySpace), listening parties...

EPIC RUINS Video from Lola’s

More than 300 people crowded into Lola's Saloon last Friday for EPIC RUINS' inaugural show, featuring a slew of local heavy-hitters/sitter-inners, including Michael "Big...

Hydrogen Jukebox: Hot Air

In classical music, each new work is tasked with keeping the art form alive, and each live performance of a contemporary piece of music...

Wynton Marsalis

Good jazz is based on emotion. At its best, it colors outside the lines. Standards become starting points for interpretations that are often, as on...

The Soft Parade

I hate noise pollution. Dogs barking all damn day long, hoopties pumping bass drums, loud office chatter when I'm trying to compose my spellbinding...

Halfway Along the Road of Forever

Joshua Fleming is at a crossroads. The 30-year-old has been playing music for more than half his life. Looking back on all the time...

Killer or Filler?

As one new platter will get your booty movin’, two others will rattle your brain. “Get your booty movin’ ” is probably a disservice...

Dubstep’s Time?

For whatever reason, dubstep hasn’t taken off in Fort Worth (or Denton). Dallas is silly with the stuff, but the good ol’ Fort? Not...

Jason Boland & the Stragglers

Jason Boland & the Stragglers promote themselves as country outlaws, but if their new c.d. is any indication, they might be in a transition...

Stormy Monday

Monday nights are possibly the most dreary of the week, even in a Fort-sized city. But jazz lovers – and those with a keen...