Happy Easter and what a gorgeous day in North Texas. This is where you can leave your polite comments and music suggestions for future shows.
Archive for April, 2012
In the Saturday Spotlight, we’re off to Deep Ellum for the 18th annual Deep Ellum Arts Festival.
This Week in Texas Music History, we’ll meet a West Texas wild man who contributed to both 1950s rockabilly and 1970s pop.
“One woman, and one womanish man, shall compete…”
A new artist in residence at the Fairmont, local music bits and a notable local arts death.
It was going to be only a week of events to mark April as Jazz Appreciation Month — that’s all they could probably muster. But D’JAM put together a real, live calendar-month of stuff, and to start it off, they set out to recreate a legendary photo shoot.
This week, we check back in on the American Pie franchise and preview next week’s Dallas International Film Fest
Who needs to read the book when you can watch this illustrated version of the story?
Laura Linney is headed to town to receive the festival’s Dallas Star Award.
Think for a moment about singing without words, using the voice as an instrument. Then go hear how it’s done at UNT Friday night. Guest blogger John Murphy, chair of Jazz Studies at UNT, interviews Professor Jennifer Barnes, who leads UNT’s jazz singers AND performs with Vertical Voices Live.