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The Mavericks celebrate ‘25 Live’ with Fort Worth tour stop

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Mark Tucker

The acclaimed alt-country band performs Saturday as part of this year’s Main St. Fort Worth Arts Festival. Read more

Five questions with ... Leon Russell

The rock icon talks about his new record, Life Journey, and his friends in high places. Read more

Review: Johnny Cash, ‘Out Among the Stars’

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Thirty years after getting shelved, a nearly forgotten Johnny Cash album is being made public for the first time. Read more

Tickets for Academy of Country Music awards at AT&T Stadium on sale Thursday

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Country music fans living in North Texas got a thrill Sunday, when George Strait and Jerry Jones announced the Academy of Country Music awards would, for its 50th anniversary, move to Arlingt... Read more

Lone Star Sounds: New music from Lou Ann Barton and more

Within moments of pressing play on the new Lou Ann Barton compilation, The Best, it’s not difficult to see why she turned the heads of some of the biggest names in music. Read more

Concert review: Maurice Davis Band at The Wild Rooster

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Special to DFW.com

Word on the street was The Wild Rooster, the Seventh Street bar that closed down about a year ago, had been reborn, and was once again hosting live music. I always liked going to see shows at this place; it had decent sound and decent food (the Rooster Balls were legendary), and the people there ... Read more

Review: Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band, fun. and Pat Green at March Madness Music Festival

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Special to DFW.com

Like a supplicant before the storm, Bruce Springsteen dropped to his knees. Read more

ACM Awards to be at AT&T Stadium in ’15 (updated)

49TH ANNUAL ACADEMY OF COUNTRY MUSIC AWARDS

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(Updated with more video, statement from Arlington official) Read more

Springsteen plays through the rain in Dallas

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Special to DFW.com

A steady rain and cold temperatures couldn’t keep Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band from closing out the March Madness Music Festival on Sunday at Dallas’ Reunion Park. Read more

Review: The Killers and Tim McGraw at March Madness Music Festival

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ROMAN PENA

The second day of the March Madness Music Festival was gloomier and wetter than the first day. Read more

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