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One-man band Scott H. Biram prepares for April 26 gig at VZD’s Restaurant & Bar

One-man band Scott H. Biram prepares for April 26 gig at VZD’s Restaurant & Bar

Biram’s newest album The Bad Testament was released in February.

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The Devil Makes Three performs Jan. 11 at ACM@UCO Performance Lab

The 12-track cover album Redemption & Ruin pays homage to the musical artists who have influenced the band in the past.

Robert Earl Keen, photographed in Kerrville, Texas on July 4 2016. Photograph © 2016 Darren Carroll

Texas country singer-songwriter Robert Earl Keen stops Dec. 16 in Midwest City

Keen revisited his landmark recording on recently released Live Dinner Reunion.

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deadCenter Film Festival: Free outdoor screenings feature lovable alien, Austin music history

E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial screens Friday as the festival’s Flashback Friday feature.

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Giving Up the Ghost a welcome addition to Dylan Stewart’s catalogue

Raspy-voiced Dylan Stewart found a new band to paint the sonic landscape for his eerie but often touching stories, and to an overall great effect. The project also features strong contributions from Samantha Crain, Camille Harp and Travis Linville. Giving Up the Ghost, released Feb. 5, is Stewart’s third album and his first with his

All is ’bright

Singer-songwriter John Fullbright shares more in common with folk legend Woody Guthrie than their quaint hometown of Okemah. There’s a certain air of Oklahoma soul to everything they are and represent, whether voice, songs or presence. There’s a weight and understanding of not only life of an Oklahoman, but a human being. Fullbright didn’t set

Time to fly

Jonathan Byrd describes himself as a North Carolina picker and a Texas songwriter. It’s as apt a description as any, as his music unites the narrative influence of Texas country artists like Guy Clark and Townes Van Zandt with flat-picked country gone decaf, the slower pace allowing folky melodicism to waft forth. He’s tipped his

Time to fly

Jonathan Byrd describes himself as a North Carolina picker and a Texas songwriter. It’s as apt a description as any, as his music unites the narrative influence of Texas country artists like Guy Clark and Townes Van Zandt with flat-picked country gone decaf, the slower pace allowing folky melodicism to waft forth. He’s tipped his

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