While much of the focus has been on Beyonce’s masterful synthesis of 50-odd years of dance and house music into a cohesive, mixtape-like whole, it’s also worth noting the foundation upon which her songs were constructed.
Michael Franti and crew stop by to talk about how he stays inspired to write uplifting music, why his concerts are so intimate and his new single, “Big Love”.
A recap and full playlist from this week’s show!
Check out scenes from King Krule’s sold-out show in Dallas, TX – giving fans a taste of his unique sonic universe.
The Mesquite native and Sub Pop recording artist is touring the US behind her debut LP, “Aperture.”
A concert at the Kessler Friday celebrates New Bohemians bassist Brad Houser, who died in late July, at 62. His loss continues to reverberate with his bandmates.
Deep Ellum has a new hotspot called Dope Ellum, and last Thursday their weekly open jam “Social Thursdaze” was the epitome of the Deep Ellum creative spirit.
The acclaimed Texas singer-songwriter, whose career stretched from the mid-1980s to the mid-2010s, was quietly working on a comeback.
Check out what you heard this week on ‘The Local Show!’
Heavy MakeUp reinforces Brickell’s inclination to follow her muse wherever it leads — from the New Bohemians to Broadway and beyond, hers is an eclectic, fascinating career.
In recognition of the rich heritage of Tadao Ando, the architect of the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth building, our community is invited to celebrate Otsukimi, the annual Japanese festival that honors the autumn moon and the season ahead. To begin this special evening, guests are invited to cast a lantern into the reflecting… Read more »
The “Mic’d Up” event showcased Kirk Thurmond, Remy Reilly and others and raised awareness for the foundation’s mission to provide free services to musicians and unique internships to students.
Your guide to the performances worthy of your attention and your hard-earned concert dollars.
It’s a family tradition. Check out scenes from the super-stacked lineup performing Disney music classics for a packed all-ages crowd at Legacy Hall.
The 2023 edition of Get Loud with KXT will feature an eclectic lineup, pulling from the wealth of talent populating the region’s stages: Fort Worth-based rapper Lou CharLe$ will headline, joined by Dallas singer-songwriter Remy Reilly and Fort Worth guitar wunderkind Jack Barksdale.