Throw your plans out the window. We scoured the state in search of the top events and offerings, from LeAnn Rimes in Fort Worth to an Andy Warhol exhibit in San Antonio. Here’s our super select guide to the things you absolutely can’t afford to miss.
[Jan 27–Feb 2]
Rimes With Cline
LeAnn Rimes’s talent roused great expectations. At thirteen, with her rendition of the song “Blue,” she was destined to be the next Patsy Cline—both singers of remarkable tone and restraint—which was a lot of pressure to put on someone who had barely hit puberty. Rimes played the part for a while, but things came undone around age twenty, with the release of the album Twisted Angel. A new, grown-up Rimes emerged, with attitude and pop ambition. Even while she was en route to selling 37 million albums, she was searching for her identity. Now 29, she seems to be back to the Patsy Cline ideal. Her salacious marriage to the actor Eddie Cibrian, who inspired multiple songs on her forthcoming album, is a real-life equivalent of Cline’s country classic