Dreamy reverb from a Fort Worth outfit and a bluesy, vintage single from a Dallas singer-songwriter — here’s what you heard this week on ‘The Local Show’ with Amy Miller.
New discoveries from across North Texas! Plus, Julie DeLaughter, manager and founding member of The Polyphonic Spree, popped by with new music and to talk about her many businesses, including Good Records, Lounge Here and Good Pagoda.
Amy’s got the latest from Pleasant Grove’s Marcus Stiplin, a breakout from a 14-year-old North Texan and much more this week on ‘The Local Show.’
Cameron Smith and Jim Vallee from Dreamy Life Records in Fort Worth pop by to talk about their label. Plus, meet a young Dallas artist on the rise who recently graduated from Booker T. Washington High School.
An up-and-coming Fort Worth artist, dreamy tunes out of Dallas and the reunion of a North Texas favorite — here’s what you heard this week on ‘The Local Show’ with Amy Miller.
Kelly Dearmore, music critic for Dallas Morning News and GuideLive, popped by for a chat with host Amy Miller tonight. Plus, Ron Bultongez of Plano, Dallas’ Desert Youth and your favorite local artists of 2017.
Dive into tracks from local artists The Fibs, Pool Lights and more. Plus, a look at the bands we’re excited to see at the Dallas Music Observer Awards this weekend.
Old City Lights, Erykah Badu and a blast from the past — here’s what you heard this week on ‘The Local Show’ with Amy Miller.
David Grover, owner of Spinster Records in Oak Cliff, stopped by to talk vinyl, Kirk Thurmond & The Millennials and more. Plus, the latest from Francine Thirteen and Gaston Light.
Oil Boom, vintage New Bohemians, Mitchell Ferguson and more — here’s what you heard this week on ‘The Local Show’ with Amy Miller.