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Review: Garth Brooks, ‘Man Against Machine’

Garth Brooks In Concert - Rosemount, IL

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At first blush, Garth Brooks is profoundly, proudly out of step with the times on his new album, Man Against Machine. Read more

‘The Voice’ live rounds: DFW contingent (part 2)


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The night after most of his fellow North Texas singers took their turn on The Voice’s live stage, Fort Worth’s Luke Wade got his own moment in the s... Read more

CD review: Damien Rice, ‘My Favourite Faded Fantasy’

Irish singer-songwriter Damien Rice says the creative process behind his third studio album, My Favourite Faded Fantasy, was so good that he occasionally didn’t want it to end. Read more

Preston’s picks: The Black Keys at AAC; Cold Specks at Three Links

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The Black Keys at American Airlines Center Read more

Lone Star Sounds: New music from Fishboy


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Few local musicians burn with as much artistic ambition as Eric Michener. Read more

‘The Voice’ live rounds: DFW contingent (part 1)


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How long will the luck last for the North Texas contingent on The Voice? Read more

Concert review: Keep Fort Worth Funky at Shipping & Receiving


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Even though this is Texas, weather eventually gets too harsh to have outdoor music. I’ve been hoping to catch at least one more outdoor show before black ice season shows up, and when I saw that James Zametz and his Keep Fort Worth Funky organization were start... Read more

‘Zazza Mornings’ gone in KVIL shakeup (update)


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(UPDATE below) When Julie Fisk, one of the morning-show hosts on KVIL/103.7 FM, posted a “having a bad day”-style post on her personal Facebook page Wednesday, I didn’t think much about it. People post about bad days on Facebook all the time. Read more

Five questions with Alice Cooper

The veteran rocker chats about Groucho, Gaga and the inability to shock anyone anymore. Read more

Lambert, Bryan rule over CMA's

Miranda Lambert was the reigning queen of Wednesday’s Country Music Association Awards, but Luke Bryan marked a long-earned breakthrough by winning entertainer of the year. Read more

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