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...

At Austin Playhouse, Tackling History, Morality, Unknowable Truth with “Copenhagen”

by Nancy Miller Barton on April 16, 2019

The confluence of physics and politics are sometimes painfully difficult to keep apart. That simple, yet emotion-filled line offers valuable insight into the stage play “Copenhagen.” Werner Heisenberg is part of a trio of characters...

#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....

A Rich and Delicious Inheritance | Lexington, Louisville, and the Four Roses Distillery

by Daniel Ramirez on April 9, 2019

They come by it honestly. With the stillness of the countryside, the calm thrum of horse hooves in open air, the slow weight of the air; it’s all more than enough to make one dream and...

Sandy Beaches, Vivid Imagery & Social Empowerment in “Once on This Island”

by K. L. Romo on April 5, 2019

Experience warm breezes, cool sand, sapphire tides, and an epic story of love and empowerment in The Firehouse Theatre’s performance of “Once on This Island.” A young girl sacrifices everything for love and acceptance and...

Joy & Delight at Austin’s Historic Neill-Cochran House Museum

by Lisa Davis on April 4, 2019

Austin-based artist LuAnn Barrow’s paintings transport viewers into a world both impossible and seemingly only just out of reach. This exquisitely wrought world, that brings both the familiar and the exotic, is on display now...

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...