En La Calle On The Street | On The Wire Acclaimed U.K. band, Bear’s Den, return with their third album So that you might hear me out April 26 via Rounder Records. So that you might hear me follows 2016’s critically lauded Red Earth & Pouring Rain, which debuted top 10 in the U.K. and […]Read More BEAR’S DEN RETURN WITH “SO THAT YOU MIGHT HEAR ME” ON APRIL 26 VIA ROUNDER RECORDS
Summer Lane Emerson | Photo Credit: Jessica Waffles By Jessica Waffles | Waffles Weekly Spirits were high and worries were low on Saturday 1/19/19 at Tin Panther for the Sing For Summer benefit show – a gathering filled out by the ever-supportive Fort Worth music crowd for local singer songwriter Summer Lane Emerson. Friendly company […]Read More Some of Fort Worth’s Best Sing For Summer
By: Forrest Cook Contrary to what their name implies, Dead Words is a pretty heckin’ live pop-punk band specializing in Alderaanian love ballads about girls and comic books, alike. They are four of the sweetest young punkers you’ll ever meet, and soon to be “Dad Words” – congratulations to lead singer Garrett Hollowell on his […]Read More Dead Words Inspires 90’s Nerdcore — The Geek Shall Inherit EP | In Review
TRIO FEATURING DON WAS AND JAY LANE PERFORMING SONGS OF GRATEFUL DEAD AND MORE. 20 dates across the U.S. including stops in Philadelphia, Austin, St. Louis, New Orleans, Miami and more. ON THE WIRE One of the founding members of the legendary Grateful Dead, which received a GRAMMY Lifetime Achievement Award in 2007, Bob Weir […]Read More BOB WEIR AND WOLF BROS SET NEW 20-DATE TOUR PERFORMING GRATEFUL DEAD AND MORE
Photo credit: Eliot Lee Hazel ON THE WIRE Lux Prima, the forthcoming collaborative album from icons Karen O and Danger Mouse, is set for release March 15 on BMG. “Woman,” a new song from the record debuted Jan. 15. The album’s title track, Lux Prima, their debut recording as a duo, was released in November. “‘Woman’ came like a bolt […]Read More Karen O and Danger Mouse’s Lux Prima Set For Release March 15.
Contributed Photos By: Sacks & Co. ON THE WIRE English Singer -Songwriter from Warwickshire England, Lucy Rose new album No Words Left will be released March 22nd via Arts & Crafts. The U.K.-based artist has also shared a new video for the album’s lead single, “Conversation.” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N9ShTxl7DpQ Following her critically acclaimed LP Something’s Changing released on July […]Read More English Singer-Songwriter, Lucy Rose New Album “No Words Left,” Set to Release March 22
On The Wire By: Juan R Govea The Smashing Pumpkins’ video for “Rocket” from mid-90’s Siamese Dream is something out of Jonathan Dayton and Valerie Faris creative ideas. The Directors of the MTV released video went on to directing and have built an impressive body of work by seeking a variety of mediums into innovative […]Read More Smashing Pumpkins and Chili Peppers Videographers Slated to Direct Netflix Comedy Series.
FEATURING HOMETOWN HEADLINING PERFORMANCE FROM LEON BRIDGES, PLUS A VARIETY OF TEXAS’ TOP MUSICAL TALENTS. THE THIRD ANNUAL MUSIC FESTIVAL WILL TAKE PLACE APRIL 27-28 2019 IN FORT WORTH, TX. FORT WORTH, TX – Fortress Presents has revealed the full music lineup for the third annual Fortress Festival, taking place on Saturday and Sunday, April […]Read More Fortress Festival Announces Full Lineup
By Juan R Govea Dallas’s The Wizzywigs new album entitled Soft Rocks carries a stature of a well rounded and put together alt-rock group, with lyrical story telling from the first track to the next. The album captures a wholehearted beat that carries the listener through sentimental verses about overcoming life trials and seizing the […]Read More The Wizzywigs’ Soft Rocks, an Anthem for a New Year
Andrew Moss | Photo Credit: Andrew Sherman Video | Review By Andrew Sherman “Sunrise Machine” by Great Heart is a multiverse of influences blending together in a most harmonious and familiar way. The inspiration was sparked by a live art installation at the Tate Museum in London, England that songwriter, Andrew Moss, stumbled upon. The […]Read More “Sunrise Machine” Written by Andrew Moss |Video Premier|