Featuring Mark McKenzie (saxophone), George Gagliardi (piano, guitar), Raylan Loggins (bass), and John Hock (drums), this legendary local jazz favorite is rooted firmly in the mainstream of the jazz tradition while also appealing to a wide audience.
Parranda Venezuela is a North Texas group of 20 Venezuelans and friends who perform traditional christmas songs of Venezuela.
The band uses a variety of native Venezuelan instruments —a cuatro (a small four stringed guitar); tamboras (indigenous drums); conga (drum); furruco (unique venezuelan drum with a bamboo friction stick); maracas; and charrasca (a ringed metal cylinder). The band is accompanied by lead singers and a lively chorus.
Drawing from a variety of sounds and influences, yet completely original, Wolf at the Door delivers a unique brand of rock that’s sure to find ears in every generation. Some songs recall the classic melodies of the Beatles and Stones while others convey a grittier sound reminiscent of 70’s punk and 90’s grunge. Add an overall indie feel and some symphonic experimentation and you have one genre-defying
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Brent’s musical style could easily be described as if Bob Marley and Jimi Hendrix were jammin’ at a late night party and just before sunrise The Black Crowes and Bob Dylan showed up to add the finishing touches to an unforgettable evening of musical madness.
Regina Chellew (aka Chao) is widely celebrated in DFW music circles for her solo work and past musical alliance with Captain Audio. Described as a “must see” by the Dallas Observer, Chellew’s music is eclectic and sure to please even the most discriminating of musical tastes. Chellew offers Dayglo pop with a more languid, melancholy caress.
In this group’s wide-ranging repertoire, time-honored standards from the Great American Songbook mix with well-chosen and often unexpected covers from the worlds of contemporary pop and rock.