Waco holds some sentimental meaning for Caleb Chapman and Nashville indie rock band Colony House, as the group makes a stop here Friday at the Hippodrome.
"It's the first concert to do all my songs—boy, did that turn out to be a bigger job than I thought," said the retiring MCC music professor with a laugh.
Jimmie Vaughan had resisted participating in documentaries on his younger brother Stevie Ray, but it's his part of the story that drives "Brothers in Blues," screening Monday night in Waco.
Scores of detailed watercolor paintings by accomplished American artist Nancy Fortunato were on their way to a Chicago-area landfill. Now, they're going on display at Art Center Waco.
A backyard border crisis flares into laughs — for the audience, at least — in "Native Gardens," which opens a two-weekend run at the Waco Civic Theatre on Friday.
Weeks after winning more Grammys, Willie Nelson's next honor is a university endowment in Texas. The 89-year-old country music icon is the namesake of the new Willie Nelson Endowment for Uplifting Rural Communities at the University of Texas’ LBJ School of Public Affairs. The school announce…
“Waco: American Apocalypse,” Netflix’s three-part documentary series debuting Wednesday, shows there are new things to see about the Branch Davidian raid/siege/fire that happened 30 years ago, even as there’s not much new to say.
"If you have a Mount Rushmore of gospel music, Andráe's on it" — Songwriter Andráe Crouch will receive a tribute of his own this week at Baylor and in Waco.
The human cannonball at Carden Circus, performing this weekend in Waco, says his 1.2-second journey is "like a roller coaster where you go from 0 to 70 miles an hour."
When Waco Symphony candidate Wesley Schulz looked to program the upcoming "Orchestral Magic" concert, he decided orchestral color casts its own spell, expanding on "The Sorcerer's Apprentice" from Disney's "Fantasia."
Winner of the Texana Troubadour Songwriting Competition, Aaron LaCombe visits a cozy Waco venue where there's not much room for anything more than the performers, an audience and the music.
Texas country star Cody Jinks, recently named Independent Artist of the Year by Music Row magazine, performs Saturday night at the Extraco Events Center.
Known for his virtuosity and an unorthodox playing style—left-handed, with his guitar upside down—blues-rock guitarist Eric Gales has electrified audiences for more than 30 years. He plays downtown Waco Thursday.
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