Chartering Summer Fun for All Ages Across Texas

by Dawn Robinette on July 2, 2020

Like the rest of 2020, there’s nothing normal about this summer. Except that the usual boredom and malaise that can hit when routines are upended are at an all-time high. As our usual summer go-tos...

Five Minutes With Rising Artist Rudi Gutierrez

by Leean Vargas on June 29, 2020

With her incredible pipes and fearless nature that captured the attention of fans all over the world, Rudi Gutierrez is on the path to being the next big thing. Born with a love for music...

#MusicMonday: Jon Wolfe’s Oklahoma Roots, Texas Style

by Lisa Davis on June 22, 2020

Jon Wolfe traded in his professional weekday attire for a pair of cowboy boots, a cowboy hat and a steel-string guitar. Growing up among the mountain ranges of Oklahoma, Wolfe was born with a passion...

Five Minutes with Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo CEO, Dr. Chris Boleman

by Abimbola Farinde on June 18, 2020

With the early closure and subsequent cancellation of the 2020 Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the organization seeks more than ever to continue to maintain its core mission and goals....

#TXVoices: “Harp! Who Goes There?”

by Haven Lindsey on June 15, 2020

Spider Mackenzie’s harmonica emotes the feelings that emerge from the lyrics and music of Steve Crawford. Together, the Scottish pair has introduced a version of Americana music that raises the bar for everyone. Question: What...

Five Minutes With Monte Warden Bandleader, Songwriter, 7th Generation Texan

by Leean Vargas on June 8, 2020

An ace to the Austin music scene, Monte Warden has been performing at local honky-tonks since he was just 15 years old.  Over the last four decades, Monte Warden and his songs have inspired the...

Five Minutes With Andrew Shebay, “Woke the Monster” Director, Producer

by Lisa Davis on June 3, 2020

“Woke the Monster” is a documentary about addiction, PTSD and prison, but the heart of the film explores the intricate path towards recovery, redemption and a 100-mile finish line.  Working out of a minivan and...

ATX Hosts First Virtual TV Festival: What to Look Forward To

by Gracie Watt on June 2, 2020

ATX Television Festival Season 9 is going virtual! Tune in from your living room as we celebrate #TVTogether June 5-7. Waiting in line in the heat and struggling to decide which event to attend at...