Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra To Celebrate 245 Years Of America During 4th Of July ConcertThe Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra announced Tuesday that it will host a socially distanced America Strong concert at Dickies Arena on July 4th.
Mesquite Ordinance Changes Mean Your Noise That 'Distresses, Or Disturbs' Could Mean A $2000 FineIt's probably not a good idea for folks in Mesquite to have the speakers in their cars vibrating, or walls shaking in the house from the cranked up stereo. The City Council has approved updates to part of the City Code that addresses noise complaints.
Is Denton A 'Breeding Ground For Musicians?'While COVID-19 restriction may have shut down or limited many of the local music venues, Denton has no shortage of places to absorb all of the music.
North Texas' Keite Young Talks About Community Inspiring His MusicNorth Texas musician Keite Young says his music is inspired by community and change.
Former FWPD Officer Tegan Broadwater Teams With Rapper Lou Charle$ On Song About Mental HealthA retired Fort Worth police officer is hoping to encourage conversations about mental health using a medium that many people relate to – music.
Young Dallas Composer Quinn Mason Getting National AttentionThe Dallas Symphony Orchestra commissioned the 24-year-old to write a special piece of music for Wednesday night's concert to honor those who have lost their lives to racial injustice and violence.
Cellist Yo-Yo Ma To Perform At 2021 Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra Gala ConcertThe Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra is looking forward to reopening and on Thursday they announced that next year they will host their annual gala concert with world-renowned cellist Yo-Yo Ma.
Wait For It... Elton John's 'Farewell Yellow Brick Road' Tour Headed For Dallas In 2022Dallas is Elton John's third stop when his Farewell Yellow Brick Road Tour returns to North America in January of 2022.
Dallas Symphony Among 1st US Orchestras To ReturnFabio Luisi never expected his first performance as Dallas Symphony Orchestra music director to be in a mostly empty Meyerson Symphony Center.
Survey: Coronavirus Losses Double To $67 Million For Dallas Arts & Culture SectorA new survey shows the COVID-19 pandemic is having a devastating impact on the nonprofit arts and cultural sector in the city of Dallas -- causing a running total of more than $67,770,000 in losses.
30 Years Later, Fans Remember Texas Blues Legend Stevie Ray VaughanThirty years have passed since Texas Blues legend and Dallas native Stevie Ray Vaughan was killed in a helicopter crash.
Dallas Symphony Orchestra Musicians Record Solo Videos To Share With Hospitalized PatientsMusicians with the Dallas Symphony Orchestra are taking part in a new program that uses music to entertain patients at local hospitals.
Bonnie Pointer, Founding Member Of The Pointer Sisters, Dead At 69Bonnie Pointer, who in 1969 convinced three of her church-singing siblings to form the Pointer Sisters, which would become one of the biggest acts of the next two decades, died Monday.
Duncanville High School Choir Shares Inspirational, Virtual Performance Of ‘Stand By Me’People are clicking on a virtual performance by the Duncanville High School choir, alumni and staff, and for good reason -- it's beautiful.
Coronavirus In Texas: Levitt Pavilion In Arlington Cancels Summer Concert SeriesDue to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, Levitt Pavilion Arlington's summer concert series, originally planned for June 19 through July 19, is cancelled.