Ridin’ Dirty on the stovetop.
The Grapevine rapper more than doubled the numbers of stars like Taylor Swift and The Weeknd.
This exclusive excerpt from Diana Finlay Hendricks's new biography, 'Delbert McClinton: One of the Fortunate Few,' revisits the birth of progressive country and Austin's blues scene.
Also up for awards: Maren Morris, Miranda Lambert, Kelly Clarkson, Icelandic transplants Kaleo, and more.
A Houston metal act that was supposed to be the next Guns n’ Roses—and got squashed by Nirvana instead—is hoping that a quarter of a century later it’ll finally get its big break.
She just can’t wait to be queen.
In-flight live music is the definition of a captive audience.
Exclusive Song Premiere: The Texas Red Dirt Choir Celebrates Hope After Harvey In ‘Faith In the Water’
An all-star collection of artists including Josh Abbott, Jack Ingram, Pat Green, Wade Bowen, Ray Wylie Hubbard, and Ray Benson joined Roger Creager and Kyle Hutton for the historic session in Austin.
Deep Ellum, once a haven for outsiders and intrepid music aficionados, is in the process of being spruced up for the well-heeled set. But longtime Deep Ellum regulars want to ensure they still have a role to play in carving out the city’s musical niche.
The Live Music Capital of the World isn't all guitars.
We sat down with Gary Clark Jr. and Leon Bridges, two of the state’s biggest exports, for a candid discussion on the triumphs and trials of their careers so far.
At "the Yerb," experimental guitar pickers, bands only a few weeks old, and national acts collide.
The Longhorn Ballroom, arguably the state's most historic music venue, is back in business.
The policy is in effect now.
The city’s park board voted last week to temporarily restore the name Oak Lawn Park, but 2,000 petitioners have a more permanent namesake in mind.
After Katrina, Houston helped NOLA’s Treme neighborhood send off the storm with music. Now, Treme is repaying the favor.
There’s no accounting for taste, though.
With fewer words and a lot more synth, Ramirez proves his songwriting chops stretch beyond roots music.
A love story, city blues, songwritin', and a little bit of weed.
Houston writer Shea Serrano's ’Rap Yearbook’ gets the docu-series treatment, produced by The Roots and Academy Award-winning documentarian Alex Gibney.
It's a love ballad all right, but don't expect any of the feel good sappiness.
With their fourth record, the Austin septet solidifies their place as one of the hardest-working, hardest-drinking, and most compelling acts in the state.
A candid conversation with “the Houston Kid.”…
Willie Beeley and Billy Stoner have never met. But from a distance, the two musicians might be the same person.
He just wants to rock and roll all night, and hook ’em every day.
The festival—which has had its own issues around immigration this year—declined.
The exclusive clip comes from PBS’s 'The American Epic Sessions,' which premieres tonight.
But not as a duo, unfortunately.