Success has never come easy for the Toadies, but the Fort Worth-based rock band is back with its fifth studio album Play. Rock. Music.
It might have been recorded fifteen years ago, but the Dallas-based band will mark an important anniversary with the album that began their alternative-country journey.
Can a posthumous release of Waylon Jennings’s last recordings keep his legacy from disappearing?
Starting a new label is a dicey proposition, but the country star who co-wrote the Oscar-winning song “The Weary Kind” thinks the time is right.
Terry Lickona, the television show’s executive producer, talks about some of the acts that will step on the Austin City Limits stage for the first time, including Radiohead and Kat Edmonson.
A conversation with the world’s most famous cancer survivor about Tig Notaro’s new comedy album about being diagnosed with cancer.
A new album from the Centro-Matic front man—and indie rock’s one-man social network.
Gary Clark Jr.’s newest set, Blak and Blu, and five other albums by local artists.
At the Sweet Potato Festival with Nashville’s next big thing from small-town Texas.
ScoreMore is a boutique promotion agency in Austin—“For students, by students”—betting a fair amount of money on young talent and what it considers to be the next big thing.
Stevie Ray Vaughan and Double Trouble’s 1983 debut album gets the a classy-rerelease for a new generation of listeners
Bruce Robison and Kelly Willis share six tunes that will set the mood for Valentine’s Day.
The sometime Butthole Surfer teams up with the former White Stripes frontman for a new single.