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Austin City Limits kicked off its second day to a larger crowd than the day before. This is what you missed.  Conan Gray Conan Gray was the first artist that really drew me in at the start of day two. The moody California pop star was actually raised in a small Texas town. Austin may as well be a home away from...

Alexis Pye sits on the floor next to her kittens, back resting against a door frame.  “I’m more comfortable here, really.”  She helps a kitten pry its claws free of a blanket, then sets it free only for it to get caught again.  The artist Alexis Pye is an artist, painter and educator based in Houston,...

Sometimes leaving a wedding early to go watch one band, can introduce you to another you will love. Drunk Uncle may be just that.

The Houston music scene rivals Austin's. Not as much in the festival circuit (although Astroworld exists) but in the genres Houston offers.

Zhavia Ward, more commonly known as “Zhavia”, has taken the music industry by surprise. The California raised singer rose to fame last year, at the young age of 17, after competing in the singing reality television show, “The Four”. Her audition video has over 53 million views on YouTube, making it the most watched...

The weekend cold front that hit Texas brought Friday morning rain upon the city of Austin. For Austin City Limit attendees, the rain could either make or break their weekend at the festival. As the clouds moved away, and the sun shined, the gates opened to an unforgettable experience. From the music, to food & drinks,...

Despite cancellations only weeks out from this year’s installation of JMBLYA, Scoremore Shows brought the heat to Houston – both in terms of the weather and the lineup of performers – for the inaugural installation of JBMLYA in the city. First, Cardi B cancelled her remaining tour dates this summer due to the...

South By Southwest (SXSW), the annual festival which combines film, technology and music, has returned for a ten day extravaganza in the heart of Austin, Texas. Spread among the many bars of sixth street as well as notable music venues around downtown including Stubb’s, Mohawk and the Historic Scoot Inn, bands seemed...

Primarily known for his prowess in the snowboarding industry, including his recent gold-medal victory in the 2018 Winter Olympics, Shaun White is making a name for himself in the festival production arena as he effortlessly combines his passions in life – snowboarding, skateboarding and music – for a collision of...

Preparing for its eighth year as Texas’ largest end-of-the-year music event, Lights All Night has just announced its full performance schedule and updated onsite vendors and activities list. Returning to Dallas Market Hall on December 29-30, this electronic dance music festival boasts an impressive lineup including...