Most North Texans old enough to rent a car have probably heard of Paul Slavens. The 60-year-old has fronted the band Ten Hands for 35 years (with a break here and there). He plays with the Baptist Generals and the Travoltas. He was the music director for the improv troupe Four Day Weekend. He has played live scores to silent movies in venues all over. And, of course, he has spun tunes on our public airwaves for 18 years, first at KERA 90.1 and now at KXT 91.7, where The Paul Slavens Show airs Sundays at 8 pm.
John Cameron Mitchell to Star in World Premiere of Bowie’s BLACKSTAR SYMPHONY at Charlotte International Arts Festival
Charlotte’s Blumenthal Performing Arts will present the world premiere of BLACKSTAR SYMPHONY, The Music of David Bowie, with featured guest vocalist John Cameron Mitchell, taking place on Friday,…
ALBUM REVIEW: Hawktail Moves Through Nature on ‘Place of Growth’
The music of Place of Growth developed largely outdoors as Hawktail camped out in Shelbyville, Tennessee, and listeners will find that the all-instrumental album feels like a nature walk.
2nd Annual Gatlinburg Songwriters Festival Set For This Month
The Gatlinburg Songwriters Festival will take place in downtown Gatlinburg and the surrounding area from August 18th-21st. Nestled in the heart of The Great Smoky Mountains, the highly-anticipated and…
Hiroshima to Perform at Yoshi’s Oakland
OAKLAND — Hiroshima will perform on Aug. 12 and 13 at Yoshi’s Oakland, 510 Embarcadero West (at Washington). Showtimes and prices: 10 p.m. on Friday (doors open at 9:45 p.m.), $34; […]
12 things to do this weekend in San Antonio
Highlights include Blues Brothers, Freestyle Explosion, Superhero Car Show & Comic…
Singer Essi set to release maiden album, G.O.O.D tape Vol. 1
Ghanaian Highlife and Afrobeats singer, Maame Esi Awotwe popularly known as Essi, is set to release her maiden 14-track album dubbed G.O.O.D tape Vol. 1.