This Week in Texas Music History we’ll remember the night a famous folk singer electrified Austin.
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The DMA and Art&Seek kick off State of the Arts new season tonight at the DMA. Join host Jeff Whittington and his guests Mark Banta, Veletta Forsythe Lill and Maria Muñoz-Blanco for what’s next in the Arts District.
Ed Bark, former Dallas Morning News TV critic, gets called in to write a review for The New York Times. Does this make him a ‘replacement reviewer’? Can he call a ‘holding penalty’?
This Week in Texas Music History, we’ll learn how a country radio station helped launch the career of a rock and roll legend.
Six new videos from Pecha Kucha at City Performance Hall last Wednesday. Check em out.
Take a walk through Elmo’s extensive closet to see what the best-dressed monsters are wearing this season.
The Cliburn: 50 Years of Gold is the new ‘anniversary documentary.’ Yes, we know the story of Van Cliburn’s great win and the Ft Worth piano contest. But we hadn’t seen the contestant stunned at the dresses in Neiman Marcus or the one who played with a bad back or the show’s grand finale, a terrific bit of cross-cutting.
This Week in Texas Music History, we’ll recall a bar fight that helped start a worldwide country music craze.
This Week in Texas Music History, we’ll meet a man who proved “Ideal” for recording classic Texas-Mexican music.
This Week in Texas Music History, we’ll commemorate the Lone Star State’s own version of the Woodstock Festival.