Before heading out on their first European tour, the honkytonk-inspired barroom country band stopped by Texas Monthly to play "Steak Night at the Prairie Rose," a heartfelt ode to lead singer Mike Harmeier's father. The song is the title track for the band's critically acclaimed third album.
In our premier Texas Monthly Trove film, Skip Hollandsworth takes a look back at one of the strangest stories in his writing career, involving a beloved funeral director, a wealthy widow, and a tragedy in the small Texas town of Carthage.
NPR called Israel Nash’s new album, Lifted (July 27), “a dreamy spiral to get lost in.” Before beginning a nationwide tour, Nash, whom Rolling Stone describes as “a master of sonic textures,” stopped by Texas Monthly to play “Rolling On.”…
Watch as food editor Pat Sharpe explores two different visions of Italian-American dining.
Matt Sever comes by his moniker honestly. He’s been making music in Austin for the past two decades, but as his stage name indicates, Sever came up as an electrician. Watch this exclusive live performance of the title track from his 2013 album, It’s a Beacon, It’s a Bell.
Momma Jean’s BBQ in Lampasas, which opened a little more than a year ago, is named after gregarious pitmaster Johnny Walker’s 89-year-old mother, who taught him how to cook.
In the first installment of "Little-Known Fact (About Texas)," David Courtney, a.k.a. the Texanist, looks into a Smithville, Texas, word so large you can see it from space.
On her new album Conversation With a Ghost (released June 22), Giulia Millanta confronts loss in all its iterations. The resulting album is full of longing, beauty, and—through it all—a sense of hope.
At Suerte, it's all about the masa.
W.C. Clark is known as the “Godfather of Austin Blues,” and he proved that he still has a strong hold on that title during his Sound Check session. Listen to a solo version of “No More” from his self-titled album, which dropped May 19.