This Week in Texas Music History, we’ll remember a talented musician who traded in the nightclubs for the classroom.
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Today in the roundup: Plans for Bridge-O-Rama, local music bits and a night with the Von Trapps.
KERA is re-broadcasting the documentary, Sweet Tornado: Margo Jones and the American Theater, tonight at 10 p.m. in honor of the theater legend’s 100th birthday. If you’ve not seen it, you need to catch up with one of the great women in theater — who died tragically before the movement she espoused really came into being.
This Week in Texas Music History, we’ll meet a woman who used music to break down the barriers of racial segregation.
Today in the roundup: A father-daughter team in Les Mis, the Polyphonic Spree’s resident foodie and a discovery at the Kimbell.
Today in the roundup: Liz Mikel talks her Broadway debut, remembering a Texas author and local music bits.
This week in Texas music history, we’ll learn about a man who helped build a gospel music empire.
Today in the roundup: Kristin Chenoweth speaks, the Amon Carter’s Andrew Walker travels, plus other odds and ends.
It involves some 200 area artists from groups such as the Turtle Creek Chorale, the Texas Ballet Theatre and the Dallas Theater Center. They had only four months to bring A Gathering together, but deciding what this gala benefit should say about 30 years of AIDS history was the hurdle.
This Week in Texas Music History, we honor a Texan who may have been the first jazz musician ever to record with an electric guitar.