18th & Vine Is Rated Among The Best BBQ Joints In Dallas18th & Vine is a KC-style barbecue joint built on the foundation of the city's barbeque and jazz culture. But it exists in the heart of Texas.
Grammy-Winning Jazz Singer Al Jarreau Dies At 76Grammy-winning jazz singer Al Jarreau has died in a Los Angeles hospital just days after announcing his retirement from touring due to exhaustion.
Dine! 18th & VineHow in the world do you combine Kansas City barbecue with fine dining?
2016 Jazz Fest Attendance Drops After Wet WeekendRain over the second weekend of this year's New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival caused overall attendance to drop from the previous year's total.
Start Of 2nd Weekend Of Jazz Fest Soaked By RainThe start of the second weekend of the New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival was marked with thunderstorms, but the music played on to crowds that were thinned by the bad wea
A Music Lover's Guide To The SouthGuide to five of the most important cities to visit in the South for music lovers
Grapevine Jazz & Wine TrainsSpring officially begins this Friday at 5:46 pm! JD Ryan is Around Town with a way to bring on spring in style.
10 Things You Didn't Know About ChicagoMany know Chicago is known as "the Windy City" and Wrigley Field is one of America's oldest baseball stadiums, but there are a lot of other things about this great city that are not widely known.
Lady Gaga Talks Duet CD With Tony BennettLady Gaga has spent two years recording an album of jazz standards with Tony Bennett called "Cheek to Cheek," to be released this fall.
Our Pick: Why 'After Midnight' Should Win The Tony For Best MusicalFrom music to dancing, poetry to singing, After Midnight is an hour-and-a-half designed to mesmerize your ears and delight your eyes.
Wynton Marsalis Headlines TBAAL Anniversary CelebrationThe Black Academy of Arts and Letters is celebrating 37 years of artistic excellence by bringing jazz and gospel together with nine-time Grammy winner Wynton Marsalis.
2012 Sounded Good: DFW Breakout Music ActsThe amount of musical talent found in Texas is as vast and diverse as the people and landscape that make up the state. Legends such as Buddy Holly, Janis Joplin, Willie Nelson, Stevie Ray Vaughn and Van Cliburn are just a handful of famous musicians who have called Texas their home. DFW's music scene showcases a range of musical styles — from Pan-Atlantic to distortion pop — including these 2012 breakout acts that are on their way to the top.