Deep Ellum, from its earliest days, has been a fertile creative playground for all manner of artists, particularly musicians. From gritty blues and raw-boned country to punk, rock, jazz and hip-hop, the area just outside downtown Dallas has long been a sonic melting pot, blending together the sounds of those born and raised here along… Read more »
To put it mildly, Roxy Music’s reputation precedes it. The influential English rock band, which smashed together experimental impulses with impeccably styled pop cool, is marking its 50th anniversary by hitting the road for its first extensive tour in more than a decade. The Bryan Ferry-led group will swoop into Dallas and the American Airlines… Read more »
The front man for beloved Dallas band Old 97’s talks about his latest solo record, “The Misfit,” which is out Sept. 16 on ATO Records.
Locally beloved and critically acclaimed, the Dallas singer-songwriter will co-headline a free event at Klyde Warren Park Oct. 21.
Over the last 14 years, Mesquite-based Klearlight Studio has hosted a glittering roster of local, regional and national stars: Erykah Badu, St. Vincent, the Flaming Lips, Bobby Sessions, Power Trip and Anderson.Paak are just a few of the artists who’ve spent time in the space owned by Jimi Bowman. But now, Bowman has decided to… Read more »
The singer-songwriter, in the aftermath of a mental breakdown, found solace in art by making his new LP Sundays.
The eclectic singer-songwriter will open for rising country star Cam Sept. 16 at the Echo Lounge & Music Hall in Dallas.
Born Benito Antonio Martinez Ocasio in Puerto Rico, the man better known to his millions of fans as Bad Bunny might be one of the biggest musical acts on the planet. His songs, full of reggaeton and hip-hop flourishes, have catapulted him to the front ranks of artists big enough to play spaces the size… Read more »
Here are a few forthcoming North Texas performances worthy of your attention and your hard-earned concert dollars.
Downtown Dallas is haunted by the ghosts of blues legends. It might be difficult to spot them, but throughout the Deep Ellum neighborhood and in various corners of downtown proper, you can find traces of some of the genre’s most legendary players, many of whom got their start busking on area street corners. One of… Read more »