This Week in Texas Music History, we honor a man who helped inspire the creation of one of the state’s most popular record labels.
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Watch this video and correct all your friends when these topics come up. They’ll love you for it.
This Week in Texas Music History, we’ll recall a natural disaster that inspired a folk anthem.
The Trinity River Aububon Center has a whole day (and night) worth of exploring. Don’t forget your flashlight!
This Week in Texas Music History, we’ll meet a West Texas wild man who contributed to both 1950s rockabilly and 1970s pop.
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.
One family four-pack lets you commune with nature — and raptors! – at the Heard Natural Science Museum and Wildlife Sanctuary.
Guest blogger Arlington Jones, composer, jazz pianist and educator, shares some thoughts about a special gathering of jazz musicians last weekend who recreated a classic photo to kick off Dallas Jazz Appreciation Month (D’JAM).
This Week in Texas Music History, we’ll meet a singing schoolteacher whose hit song landed him in the national spotlight.
April Fool’s Day is Sunday. Learn about its history – and some of its better pranks – in this handy video.