With fewer words and a lot more synth, Ramirez proves his songwriting chops stretch beyond roots music.
Twenty years after the release of his classic live album, 'No. 2 Live Dinner,' Robert Earl Keen returns to the John T. Floore Country Store in Helotes for a reunion.
Abra Moore likes herself, a revelation that comes as she grooves to the music piping through an Austin cafe. It sounds good to her—the singer knowing and ethereal, the sound a jazzy, ruminative folk-pop with a fragile ache. But wait: It’s the sound of her own recent solo debut, Sing…
Willie Nelson’s true love may have a body that’s worse for the wear, but woe to the man who tries to pick it up.