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Before Annie Clark enchanted the alt-rock world as St. Vincent, whose music The Guardian calls “astonishing,” she was a performer right here in North Texas. The Grammy Award winner returns home for the inaugural SOLUNA: International Music & Arts Festival, with a live show bound to become a local music legend. Playing with musicians from the [more]

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If a Beatle was left in the desert at age 3 and raised in El Paso, Texas, you’d have Salim Nourallah… Salim is a North Texas music scene fixture. After gaining initial acclaim with the Denton-based Nourallah Brothers he’s gone on to release a half dozen solo albums and produce a fine list of many others (including the Old 97s, Rhett [more]

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KING BUCKS (ACOUSTIC) The King Bucks music forges a unique alliance between traditional country, boogie, rockabilly and soul. This fearless blend… transcends mere country and propels the band into a hitherto unexplored realm of progressive honky tonk. Their sound appeals to die hard purists as well as those unfamiliar with the revered legacy [more]

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There’s a reason legions of young rock fans fall in love with their parents’ records. It’s the same reason so many radio stations still play classic rock: Great music never gets old. Dallas foursome The Roomsounds have studied those classics, of course — the Beatles, Stones and Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers are major influences, along with [more]

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After ten years as a producer and guest-host for This American Life, Sarah Koenig created a podcast spin-off entitled Serial. Her passion for journalism and criminal justice has led the series to become the most popular podcast in history, with the inaugural season featuring the reinvestigation of the murder of Maryland high school student Hae Min [more]