Jeff Salamon

Jeff Salamon is a senior editor at Texas Monthly and previously served as an editor at the Village Voice and the Austin American-Statesman. His writing has appeared in the New York Times, Rolling Stone, Spin, Details, and Artforum. He is a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania and a native of New York City. He lives in Austin with his wife, two children, two dogs, and one cat.


The Last Days of J.R. Ewing

The executive producer of Dallas talks about Larry Hagman's final working weeks.

A Colleague's Notes: Remembering Brent Grulke, Part II

SXSW managing director Roland Swenson talks about his late friend.

Matthew McConaughey Has a Presidents' Day Gift For You

The Texas actor pays tribute to a fellow Hill Country native.

Exclusive Album Stream: “The Electric Word,” by The Relatives

The long-lost Dallas gospel-funk group release their first studio album more than thirty years after they broke up

Some Texas Surprises at the Grammys

There were lots of Lone Star nominees at the music world's biggest night—and lots of winners, including one that R&B fans probably didn't expect.

Kacey's Sunshine Brand

The East Texas rookie country artist's career is about to take off.

Shooting J.R.

How is the new 'Dallas' handling Larry Hagman's mid-season death?

Willie Faces the Music

Willie Nelson is set to release a new album in April, just two weeks shy of his eightieth birthday.

A Tale of Six Cities

Modern Texas, as told through the archives of Texas Monthly.

Jacqueline Kelly Returns to the Willows

The Austin-based writer's love of Kenneth Grahame's The Wind in the Willows inspired her to write a sequel to the 1908 classic.