See Stunning Miss Saigon at Houston Hobby Center

by Julie Bonnin on May 2, 2019

Stacie Bono plays Ellen, the wife left behind by an American soldier during the Vietnam War in the new national touring company of Cameron Mackintosh’s Broadway revival, Miss Saigon. It’s a challenging role, to say...

Five Minutes With Harper Grace, Country Music Rising Star

by Bob Valleau on April 30, 2019

At 11, Harper Grace was known as "The Anthem Girl." The young Texan received national criticism and death threats when her video went viral over her off-key rendition of our national anthem at a soccer...

Texas Essentials – RaeLynn, Country Music Singer/Songwriter

by Lisa Davis on April 17, 2019

From the Gulf Coast of Texas to the bright lights of Nashville, RaeLynn has established herself as a breakout country star within the often rough and tumble music business. Growing up in Baytown, Texas, RaeLynn...

Snow Patrol Set to Wow Texas on Wildness Tour

by Brian Maass on April 17, 2019

Fresh off performing at Lollapalooza in São Paolo, Brazil, UK alt-rock group Snow Patrol kicks of their North American tour in the Lone Star State. First up is Dallas April 18, then the band sprints...

#MusicMonday: Brandon Wayne DeMaris Turns Songwriter in Debut Album

by Lisa Davis on April 15, 2019

With decades of musical experience under his belt, Brandon Wayne DeMaris is no stranger to the ins and outs of the music business and his company, DeMaris Entertainment, has become an industry staple in Austin, Texas....

Lucinda Williams Celebrates Three Decades of American Music

by Lisa Davis on April 3, 2019

Lucinda Williams is on the road to celebrate the 20th anniversary of her highly-influential masterpiece, "Car Wheels On A Gravel Road." Once considered “too rock for country,” Lucinda Williams, a three-time Grammy winner, begins a select...

Celebrate 10 Years of Homegrown Music Festival’s Greatest Hits

by Alexis Michele Higgins on April 3, 2019

Looking for a “greatest hits” music and arts experience? Then be in Dallas April 13 and help celebrate ten (that’s right — 10!) years of the Homegrown Music Festival. The festival began in 2009 solely...

#MusicMonday: SXSW Lookback, Moon Taxi at Geraldine’s

by Christian De Massis on March 25, 2019

Named for one of the giants of the Austin music scene, the Kimpton Hotel Van Zandt was the perfect venue for an immersive live concert series launched March 16 during SXSW. Sitting atop the buzzy...

SXSW Etiquette: The Seven Deadlier Sins of SXSW

by Daniel Ramirez on March 8, 2019

We had so much fun making a “Seven deadly sins of SXSW” list, that we thought that the theme might be applicable to other facets of the conference and Festival. So, without further ado, here...