This Week in Texas Music History, we’ll meet the “other Carter Family” of American roots music.
Archive for May, 2012
In the Saturday Spotlight, we’re headed down to Dragon Street in the Design District for a whole bunch of art openings.
This time, Paul talks with Daniel Folmer about the songs he’s written and recorded for Brown and Blue, the album he’s recorded under the name Danny Rush and the Designated Drivers.
Combine a helicopter, colored lights and the night sky and you end up with some pretty sweet images.
Nine – count ‘em NINE – shows I’d like to swing by this weekend, from Ernesto Neto at the Nasher and Chihuly at Tally Dunn to a very public retreat on the streets of Oak Cliff and diamonds made from the script of Superman III.
Today in the roundup: Jubilee’s 2012-13 season, a lack of rock rooms in Fort Worth and for-profit lessons for the non-profit world.
Because Fort Worth Opera presents its shows in rotation, it has to scramble between Bass Hall and Scott Theatre. That’s going to change. What isn’t changing is its commitment to newer, more adventuresome operas.
This week, we discuss the mammoth success of The Avengers, preview the Oak Cliff Film Festival and pay tribute to MCA’s contribution to the world of film.
The one that would permit you to perfect your vocals – live? Or harmonize with yourself as you sing? Well, it’s here.
There’s still time to enter to win tickets for Jersey Boys, Red Hot Patriot and The Marriage of Figaro.