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Will Hunt in Rolling Stone

Last year, we did a story about Fort Worth producer Will Hunt, who has worked with, among other artists, The Burning Hotels, Green River...

New Sheriff Armendariz Reads ‘Em Their Rights

Regional Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Dr. Al Armendariz made quite a splash last night at the February meeting of the North Central Texas Communities...

Future Rearview

If 2008 goes down as anything, it was the year when Fort Worth artists finally started breaching the dam that separated them from the...

Get Ready for SXFW

I don’t know if SXSW has added more bands or what, but as I’ve noted before (perhaps ad nauseum), the number...

SXFW

Every year around this time, I launch into a spleen-o-gram about SXSW and how the annual Austin music festival is supposed to be about...

Weekender, Fri., May 8

Big coup for the Aardvark, getting Reverend Horton Heat and 1100 Springs, two huge Dallas-based bands that have some history with Brian Forella, who...

Blonde Ambition

When Texas Music singer-songwriter Charla Corn turned 19, the Panhandle native moved to Nashville to make it big. The young, fit, attractive blonde achieved...

The Stones Rock Fort Worth Again

Check out this great clip of the Rolling Stones performing in Fort Worth’s then-named Tarrant County Convention Center in 1972. A vintage rock-and-roll clip...

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...

Red Monroe

Red Monroe’s sound has evolved quickly over the last few years. From the lush, layered, early-U2 stylings of the band’s first release to the athletic...