A cause for celebration this weekend. Right. The bridge. Actually, we mean the big homecoming concert by the Relatives, a West Dallas acid-funk-gospel group that disbanded 30 years ago. The past two years, the reunited group has played France and Lincoln Center, performed on Austin City Limits. Now North Texans can catch up on what we’ve missed.
Archive for February, 2012
Congratulations to Joseph Haubert of Fort Worth, the winner of the Flickr Photo of the Week contest!
This morning, our friends over at KXT 91.7 FM announced their biggest concert yet, featuring the Flaming Lips, St. Vincent and a slew of others.
Here on Leap Day, Leap Year explained.
The Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra music director has been named chief conductor of the Norwegian Radio Orchestra.
Today in the roundup: The future of the Arts Center of North Texas, local music bits and previewing Out of the Loop.
Yee haw, it’s Wayne “The Train” Hancock at the Granada. With the King Bucks! A Big Deal hootenany for two winners.
Do you remember the ’80s? Two winners check out Joe King Carrasco and the Crowns at the Kessler Theater.
From classic to contemporary, the Command Performance Gala Dance presented by TITAS features some of the world’s most well-known performers and choreographers. This Big Deal will take you there.
UT-Dallas lit prof Matt Bondurant is the author of three novels, most recently The Night Swimmer, a gothic tale set in a remote Irish town. But it’s his previous novel set in a secretive, Virginia hill town that may gain him a wide readership. Chalk it up to moonshine and the movies.