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It was a rockin’ good time at the Palladium

And a good time was had by all... or that seemed to be the general consensus Wednesday as Evanescence completed the last haunting notes of “My Immortal” — the song the entire Palladium Ballroom audience had waited all night to hear.


Hallelujah: k.d. lang brings it to the Meyerson

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When Canadian born singer k. d. lang took the stage at the Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center last Tuesday night, the crowd lept to its feet, whooping, hollering, whistling and generally making a huge fuss.


The Capital Grille and Johnny Mathis - A night of good food, good music and good friends

The stars aligned Saturday night to present gifts beyond imagination. Even the searing 109° heat did not diminish what the universe had in store for Carol and John Allen, Sue Ann and Benny Johnson and me.


Q&A: Songwriter Verlon Thompson ‘Works’

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Nashville musician Verlon Thompson knows a thing or two about work. He grew up on a farm in Binger, Okla., located south and west from Oklahoma City. He’s spent over 30 years as a musician and songwriter. He’s toured the world with Texas songwriting legend Guy Clark. He’s produced several of Clark’s CDs.


Bedingfield gives dynamic, energetic performance during 'Less Is More' Tour

nt071511-Natasha-bendenfieldI set out for the July 6 concert at The House of Blues in Dallas excited to be hearing one of my newest fave chick singers, Kate Voegele, only to be blown away by the energy and passion of headliner Natasha Bedingfield.

The name of the tour is “Less Is More” and that’s precisely what we got — a handful of songs from Voegele and even fewer from opener Andy Grammer, but three times more of Bedingfield than anticipated. The first two acts were on stage for maybe a total of 45 minutes.

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