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Review: Benjamin Booker at Trees

Benjamin Booker

Fort Worth Star-Telegram

Benjamin Booker is purely a blues musician like Mardi Gras is just a fun little New Orleans get-together. Read more

Quarterfinals for the Rolling Stones song bracket



Last week we put up a list of 16 of the most well-known songs by the Rolling Stones and wanted your input on choosing the best one. Now, the bracket has been cut in half as the eight songs that received the most votes now go on to the next round. To see what did and didn’t make it, and to ... Read more

Concert review: Courtney Barnett at Club Dada


Mom and Pop Music

Courtney Barnett, the impish 26-year-old singer-songwriter-guitarist from Melbourne, Australia, has had the weight of the rock world thrust on her slim shoulders in the last few months. Various media, from the Read more

Review: Rolling Stones at AT&T Stadium


Special to DFW.com

A great many musical giants have traversed North Texas thus far in 2015: Billy Joel, Stev... Read more

The Rolling Stones through the years in DFW

This year marks the 50th anniversary of the Rolling Stones’ first American tour, and the band will make its first-ever Arlington stop on Saturday at AT&T Stadium. Read more

Review: Brandi Carlile at House of Blues

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The singer-songwriter was, by turns, raucous and pensive before a sold-out crowd Friday. Read more

Salem Media acquires DFW's Radio Disney station


Salem Media’s Inspiration Media of Texas has bought KMKI/620 AM, DFW’s Radio Disney outlet, for $3 million, according to Read more

Pick your favorite Rolling Stones song!


Brian Rasic

Picking the best Rolling Stones song is like deciding which breath of air you most enjoyed — impossible. Read more

CD review: Allen Stone, ‘Radius’


Capitol Records

Allen Stone insists that he is committed to vintage soul on his third album, Radius. Read more

Beau Jennings goes searching for Will Rogers

As with most journeys, Beau Jennings didn’t end up where he thought he would. Read more

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