Music

Posted By Anonymous on 2013 Apr 23 - 10:05am

What’s In a Name?

Peter Wright, lead vocalist with the Orbans, chats about the song-writing process and not worrying about trivialities like what to call your band, your music or your next album. by Elaine Rogers People have described your music with fun phrases and references like “Dylan-like songwriting...

Posted By Jonathan.Nauck on 2013 Mar 19 - 9:53am

Because there’s no such thing as an Emerald City

I didn’t think that this drama would unfold the way it did. I just wanted to get out of the city. I knew it was SXSW, and I knew I had a place to stay. Beyond that, I pretty much knew nothing. Folks, this festival has gotten totally out of hand.  Have you ever had a...

Posted By Anonymous on 2013 Feb 27 - 2:13pm

The Hanna Barbarians' unique rock 'n' roll sound has been described as bluesy, energetic and psychedelic.

If you missed the band, The Hanna Barbarians, in February on the Jimmy Kimmel show or their recent energetic performance at the Live Oak Music Hall & Lounge, don’t fret. They will be appearing at Fort Worth venues throughout the month of March. The band, consisting of Blake Parish (...

Posted By Anonymous on 2013 Feb 1 - 12:09pm

What Locals are listening to.

Two Lanes of Freedom [Deluxe Edition] by Tim McGraw $17.95 Tim McGraw reaches new emotional depths in Two Lanes of Freedom. This is McGraw’s first album with his new record label Big Machine. The 13-track CD offers a mix of songs that are more like stories, such as Book of John, which...

Posted By Anonymous on 2012 Dec 27 - 9:16am

Fort Worth-based Kyle Sherman releases his debut album.

What was your biggest inspiration in writing and recording Hear Me? We’re passionate about music and love music so much, but it’s really a vehicle that will carry us to our end goal of meeting people’s needs. Really being the hands and the feet that we’re called to be in the...

Posted By Anonymous on 2012 Dec 26 - 3:32pm

What locals are listening to.

Push and Shove No Doubt $13.99 Gwen Stefani (vocals), Tom Dumont (guitar and keyboard), Tony Kanal (bass and keyboard) and Adrian Young (drums) have been the four musicians behind No Doubt since 1989. Eleven years after releasing their last album, Rock Steady, No Doubt has recorded and...

Posted By Anonymous on 2012 Nov 29 - 11:19am

What locals are listening to.

Born to Sing: No Plan B Van Morrison $9.99 At 65 years old, Van Morrison has released his 35th studio album, Born to Sing: No Plan B, and proves not only through the title of the album, but also through his songs, that he was truly born to sing. The album, which was recorded in Morrison...

Posted By Anonymous on 2012 Oct 29 - 2:09pm

Betty Buckley Records another magnificent album.

Who has been your biggest inspiration throughout your career? When I first saw West Side Story when I was 14, and I really wanted to be a Jet, and I had a major crush on Russ Tamblyn, who played Riff. It went way beyond a crush. I wanted to be Riff, to walk like him, to talk like him, to dance and...

Posted By Anonymous on 2012 Oct 29 - 2:02pm

What locals are listening to.

Glad All Over The Wallflowers $10.99 The Wallflowers truly have something to be “glad all over” about with their newest album released in October after an almost seven-year hiatus from creating music together. Jakob Dylan along with Rami Jaffee, bassist, Greg Richling, guitarist,...

Posted By Anonymous on 2012 Oct 29 - 10:51am

The 2012 Lone Star Film Festival is the sixth edition of this growing event, bringing a wide variety of films to multiple venues in downtown Fort Worth Nov. 7-11. It is more than just films; there are educational panels, celebrity guests and nightly parties featuring celebrated musical acts. The...

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