This time, Paul previews Through the Trees, the debut release from Ishi.
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Today in the roundup: Gaga takes the stage, the best in Dallas culture and a chat with local theater luminaries.
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Today in the roundup: Catching up on British comedies, local music notes and a sickly sweet marriage proposal.
This Week in Texas Music History, we’ll remember a governor’s daughter who became a successful musician and a patron of the arts.
Brad Goldberg’s artistry is hard to define easily. He’s basically a stone sculptor and landscape designer but he’s also created wind-powered fountains and the interior of a church, complete with baptismal font. Perhaps the best way to sum up Goldberg’s approach is “Stone Age High-Tech.” We talk to Goldberg about why he’s drawn to egg shapes and urns, what led to his interest in green technology and why anyone would struggle with a material as resistant as rock.
This week in Texas music history, we honor a Texan who was a Rhodes scholar, a janitor, and a helicopter pilot before becoming an award winning songwriter and movie star.
Today in the roundup: Music odds and ends, a DMA painting is headed to Paris and a list of the top architectural marvels since 1980 is out. Did any North Texas designs make the list?
This week in Texas music history, we’ll look at a trailblazing singer whom many have called “the original rhinestone cowgirl.”
North Texas has something of a mini-Charles Strouse festival going on. The Broadway composer is represented here by Lyric Stage’s revival of ‘Bye Bye Birdie,’ his first big hit from 1960, and the Dallas Theater Center’s new, revised version of ‘It’s a Bird.. It’s a Plane… It’s Superman’ — opening Friday. Jerome Weeks, guest-hosting on Think for Krys Boyd, talks with Strouse about rock ‘n’ roll, comic books, Latin rhythms and Krypton lullabies.