There is a story behind every song, but some are certainly more fascinating than others. Check out the amazing tales that ultimately led to some of your favorite tunes.
The South by Southwest Music Festival has added pop singer Melissa Etheridge, rapper Action Bronson and hundreds more acts to its March lineup.
You aren’t going to find any quiet classrooms filled with studying students at a new school in Flower Mound. Instead, this campus encourages kids to get loud and rock out.
Well this is the week we say goodbye to those people who shaped the radio/television/entertainment business. Below is only a partial list of those we lost this year. Our thoughts and prayers are with their families.
Curtis lived in Dallas where he played in bands including Tripping Daisy and Secret Machines. Brock says Secret Machines relocated to New York before Curtis went on to form School of Seven Bells with Alejandra de la Deheza.
Want to stay current with the top songs of 2013? You can with this mashup. It has everything from Daft Punk to Bruno Mars to Selena Gomez — and yes, even Miley Cyrus.
This probably won’t identify with most, but that’s okay. It’s not about identifying with people, unless you are told by your boss that it is. I’m really hoping he doesn’t read this.
Aspiring rapper Michael Lane created a new music video, speaking out against a drunk driving crash that killed four people in Burleson and left his good friend paralyzed.
It’s “Yo! Roger Raps!” with special guest Mac Engel performing a rendition of “Tipsy.”
Garth Brooks isn’t ready to talk specifics about his looming comeback, but there should be more than enough music this week to sate the country superstar’s fans for a while.
The British boy band One Direction announced the dates for the North American leg of their upcoming worldwide tour on Tuesday, and it includes four stops across Texas.
Taylor Swift, Justin Timberlake and Rihanna were honored at the 2013 American Music Awards on Sunday night in Los Angeles, with Swift being voted artist of the year by fans.