This Week in Texas Music History, we’ll celebrate a famous ballad singer who also blended honky tonk with early rockabilly.
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This Week in Texas Music History, we’ll learn how one of the state’s most famous songs is based on an incident that may never have actually happened.
This week, Jerome Weeks speaks with Dallas photographer Grant Meeks. His new exhibition is called “The Citizen Soldier” and features portraits of veterans of Iraq and Afghanistan.
The Fort Worth Symphony will perform Oscar-winning composer Tan Dun’s Water Concerto, so Think TV talks with splashy master percussionist David Cossin.
This week, we’ll remember a singer who rode the rails to international stardom.
At a gala luncheon today, arts patrons and performers celebrated Theatre 3’s 50th anniversary — and honored its long-time leader, Jac Alder.
According to the Washington Post, the federal budget compromise hammered out last week spares public broadcasting.
Today in the roundup: A worthwhile “Trip to Bountiful,” KXT’s barefoot again at the Belmont and museums look inward for exhibitions.
This Week in Texas Music History, we’ll pay tribute to the son of a former slave who helped inspire a Texas guitar legend.
‘The Smithsonian Collection of Classic Jazz’ was a landmark box set when it came out – 38 years ago. Now, Meadows Dean Jose Bowen has helped craft a major new CD collection called ‘The Smithsonian Anthology of Jazz.’ It presents a different take on the history of an American art form.