This Week in Texas Music History, we’ll celebrate a Texas singer who is as popular abroad as he is here at home.
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On Friday, we gave you Part I of a new series called Conversations with Bert. If you liked that, check out Part II, which also features Andy Samberg.
This Week in Texas Music History, we’ll learn about a pioneering artist who blended Native-American music with pop, blues, country, and jazz.
Andy Samberg joins our good friend Bert from Sesame Street for a chat as part of a new series called Conversations with Bert. Bert may be on to something by scheduling a mandatory milk break during his interviews.
Today in the roundup: The votes are in on The Arts of Collin County, reviews of Fort Worth Opera’s The Mikado and replacing Garrison Keillor.
This Week in Texas Music History, we’ll meet a singer who managed to turn lemons into lemonade.
The DSO gets a warm reception at Carnegie Hall (with updated reviews as they come in), Jim Lehrer is stepping down, TITAS presents a world-premiere dance commission tonight and will other Broadway tours come to North Texas? All in today’s roundup.
Today in the roundup: More arts programming coming to PBS, prepping for “Red Light Winter” and Jaap’s favorite music hall (hint: it’s not the Meyerson).
This week in Texas music history, we recall an often overlooked musician who helped lay the foundation for Western swing.
This Week in Texas Music History, we’ll celebrate a famous ballad singer who also blended honky tonk with early rockabilly.