"He's the missing link in the lineage of jazz guitar" — A Thursday event in Waco unearths Snoozer Quinn, an obscure Louisiana musician with a distinctive fingerpicking approach.
Waco audiences may leave these upcoming local musicals with something universal, namely spirits buoyed by romance, love and — turning to the French here — a joie de vivre.
The Waco Symphony Orchestra opens its 60th season next Thursday with a concert that hits multiple sweet spots, including its latest guest virtuoso performing a Dvořák concerto "full of surprises."
Creative Waco hopes to steer Waco residents to online voting over the next 5 days for a chance to fund a live concert series at the Bridge Street Plaza amphitheater.
Mynar's Bar, holding down a prime corner in downtown West for much of a century, finds itself a stop on a 13-bar tour captured in the new book "Texas Dives."
Performers on Waco stages this weekend will trigger memories for some and create new ones, too, with ’90s hip-hop/rap stars, a country veteran and a young Red Dirt band.
See who we spotted around town at local events.
The Helen Marie Taylor Museum of Waco History is welcoming the public to the history inside its building with a free open house on Saturday.
Waco’s theater stages have a busy fall ahead of them, but it comes after something different for Waco: a busy summer, with four companies staging children’s productions, musicals, drama and comedy.
Back in 2007, Quentin Tarantino and Robert Rodriguez tapped an up-and-coming genre filmmaker, Edgar Wright, to make a parody trailer for a fake movie to play between their “Grindhouse” double feature. Wright came up with “Don’t,” in which a gravelly voice intones, “If you are thinking of goi…
Area Labor Day festivals and fairs edge closer to their pre-pandemic form this weekend, the second year of returning after COVID-19 disruptions, with offerings mirroring familiar blends of music, food, live entertainment and more.
For artist Jack Bowers, what one sees in art depends in large part on the viewer's perspective: the location of the viewer to the artwork, the angle of the art and what the viewer might think about what she's seeing.
"It's really a crown jewel in the pipe organ scene in Waco" — St. Alban's Episcopal Church will show off what its new instrument can do in a Sunday concert.