Salim Nourallah and his wife, Jayme, know how to make working together work for their marriage. The couple built side-by-side studios at their home. To your right, Pleasantry Lane Recording studio. Fifty feet to the left is Jamye’s studio for her child photography business, as well as a space for her to create her artwork. [...]
Up and coming musicians commonly play in more than one band. But few are as prolific as Denton musician Ryan Williams. KERA’s Stephen Becker reports on the bass player who will perform five times at NX35:
Happy Oscar night , glad you kept our musical appointment. This is where you can leave your polite comments and music suggestions. Give links to where music can be purchased if you can, it helps. New to me this week: Wyclef Jean Liam Lynch The Go! Team Stardeath and White Dwarfs Luminous Orange DJ Lobsterdust [...]
This Week in Texas Music History, we’ll celebrate a poor farm boy who became a “king.”
Listen up – this is an all-music edition: DOUBLE PLAY: Fort Worth’s Katsük seems to be everywhere these days. Last week, the band played a show at the Grotto, mixing in original tunes with a few well-chosen covers – including Kermit the Frog’s “Rainbow Connection.” “‘Rainbow Connection’ is just one of those songs that people [...]
Hey Hey Hey, It’s Sunday night, time for some cool music! This is where you can leave your polite comments and wonderful suggestions for music, new, old, strange and familiar. New to me this week: Field Music Kashmere Stage band Poncho Sanchez ————————————– Maxine Sullivan “Ac-Cent-Uate the Positive” The Very Best Of Maxine Sullivan The [...]
This Week in Texas Music History, we’ll look at a singing group that was founded in the 1800s but still performs today.
Hi everybody ! This is where you can make your polite comments and share your suggestions of great music that you think folks should be aware of, or just that you want to hear. Its Pledge night tonite and I hope you will take a moment to call or go online to KXT.org and become [...]
This Week in Texas Music History, we’ll celebrate a honky-tonk legend whose health problems almost ended his career.
Hello, young lovers (of music) This is where you can leave your polite comments and wonderful suggestions for music or artists to be considered for airplay on future shows. Make sure to leave a link where the music can be purchased if possible. New to me this week: Susannah McCorkle, The Daniel Pemberton TV Orchestra, [...]