The successful musician says trolls drove her off the social media platform.
South Texas–born Comedian Cristela Alonzo tells the story of her life through songs.
The story behind the story behind Austinite Mike Shea’s three seconds of international fame.
On their second album, the Dripping Springs-based trio doubles down on the classic country sound that made them famous.
The Dallas native’s jazz statement ’Love and Liberation’ is a call to action.
Twenty years on, the band is Texas’s most subliminally recognizable export.
Clark and his band bring the heat on the PBS series.
Erika Wennerstrom, the voice of Heartless Bastards, is ready for a change.
The music nerds at 'Texas Monthly' offer up their favorite Texas albums of 2017.
Also up for awards: Maren Morris, Miranda Lambert, Kelly Clarkson, Icelandic transplants Kaleo, and more.
In-flight live music is the definition of a captive audience.
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.
The Longhorn Ballroom, arguably the state's most historic music venue, is back in business.
The Dallas guitar hero’s expansive sixth release is a strong album of the year contender.
After Katrina, Houston helped NOLA’s Treme neighborhood send off the storm with music. Now, Treme is repaying the favor.
The group’s DJs say they were told, ”This hotel does not play Latin music” at a new Austin venue.
Houston writer Shea Serrano's ’Rap Yearbook’ gets the docu-series treatment, produced by The Roots and Academy Award-winning documentarian Alex Gibney.
The BBQ sauce brand owned by McCormick will retain the name Stubb’s, while the restaurant and live music venue in Austin will not.
The exclusive clip comes from PBS’s 'The American Epic Sessions,' which premieres tonight.
But not as a duo, unfortunately.
In its fifth year, the hip hop/EDM festival scores big.
The Austin singer-songwriter releases a new track exclusively with 'Texas Monthly.'
The song is brutal, but at least Willie’s still around to sing it.
First-time documentarians Charlie Vela and Ronnie Garza capture fifty years of music history in their hometown.
The conference was called out on Twitter by an artist who posted excerpts from their contract.
The promoter behind ACL is keeping it weird in Todd Mission, Texas.
The singer-songwriter has a moody new video to accompany the gloomy track.
The reclusive Texas filmmaker’s long-simmering saga of love and betrayal in the Austin music world premieres on March 17.
The first episode, with longtime Austin artist Carolyn Wonderland, premieres below.
The Austin indie-folk rockers return with their first new song since 2003.
The Arlington a cappella group accompanies Leonard Cohen’s composition with harmonies and vocal percussion, and the video garnered almost 7,000,000 view over the weekend.
Brownout’s Black Sabbath tribute band taps Ghostland Observatory’s Aaron Behrens to do his best Ozzy Osbourne.
The Mystiqueros frontman pays tribute to the ”songwriter’s songwriter.”
...with a $100 million taxpayer commitment.
The influential singer-songwriter returns with his first album in four years, and a new single to kick it off.
Drake, Canada’s biggest Texas hip-hop fan, is putting his money where his mouth is.
Barack Obama released his summer playlist, and he’s into Gary Clark Jr. and Leon Bridges.
The trio’s trip through Texas this weekend is a testament to their vitality as a band.
The one in Hollywood, not the Louis Tussauds in San Antonio, so adjust your travel plans accordingly.
Robison sits down opposite his wife to get to the heart of the songwriting process in the second episode of his web series.
The drummers for the Old 97’s, the Polyphonic Spree, and the Deathray Davies unite—on different instruments—for a new album.
The British rock band made an extra-special stop on their trip through Texas.
It’s the remix to Transmission, hot and fresh out the kitchen.
The Houston folkies have a message for some heartbreak.
The nineties rockers' three-night Texas stand middled in Austin on Tuesday night.
The alt-country quartet’s evolution into a Dallas institution is complete.
A track listing that appeared on Twitter claims that Queen Bey will be returning with her long-anticipated new surprise drop—on April Fool’s Day.
Michelle Obama won't be running for president, but she'll be working on her causes outside the White House.
The Austin-based singer-songwriter has a sad, lovely ballad for your Monday.
The sad, but triumphant post-rock band from Austin is the latest group to find their music in the hands of politicians.