Wood and Wire is an extremely talented and very nice bluegrass band from Austin, Texas. From their bio: It’s been
It sounds like English, but they definitely dance in Italian.
PSY’s Gangnum Style is the most watched video of all time with over three billion views. Here’s his latest offering:
Listen to Roy Clark and Gatemouth Brown trade licks on this rendition of a classic song of questionable parentage. Check
Here’s a show we can all get behind. The Cosmonauts play jangly, gloopy, alt-rock. Like this: I predict this is
Sparta’s playing a benefit concert on Saturday, December 16, at Tricky Falls. And tickets are FREE, FREE, FREE. But you
El Paso is home to a rich and diverse community. Here’s a cool rap video celebrating one of our beautiful
Check out this cool documantary about Los Saicos, the grandfathers of punk, from Peru. And here’s a music video. No,
Mike and the Moonpies bring their brand of outlaw country to the State Line tonight as part of the barbecue
Here’s the jazz stylings of Kikimora, singing Sputnik live at Star City Studio. Check it out.
Here’s Juan Gabriel singing a remix of La Frontera, a song that celebrates the border that he wrote maybe a
The Neon Rose has an identity problem. Everyone thinks it’s still Boomtown. Maybe it still is.’ Makes no le hace.
Here’s a new (?) video I just found on El Feis. Everybody’s favorite ex-El Paso band, Frontera Bugalú. It’s righteous.
Here’s a video by local talent Amalia Mondragon. Amalia describes herself as a chuqueña, from both sides of our border.
I love El Paso. I never thought we had to throw billions of dollars at it to make El Paso
Here’s a music video with sparse oblique references to our fair city. I’ve got Tony Lama, Asarco, and freeway signs.
I saw it happening but I didn’t know what it was. From Fort Worth Weekly: A New York guy killed
Pedal steel guitarist Robert Randolph brings his funk and soul and burn-the-house-down rock and roll to Tricky Falls tomorrow night.
Are you the last person who doesn’t know who Conor Oberst is? He’s a singer/songwriter that used to be in
Here’s the second part of the Chicano music story, featuring Freddy Fender. Check it out. Image by Gene Pugh (http://www.flickr.com/photos/gtpugh/5022122488/)