Cody Canada got the ‘Questions With’ treatment before his new band’s show this weekend. We discussed Star Wars, his love of Austin, and marijuana laws.
Yesterday Dallas Theater Center acting company member Lee Trull was named the Director of New Play Development, a new position for the company that will strengthen their commitment to supporting new work.
The DJ otherwise known as “your imaginary friend” will be taking over Club Dada tonight. When we spoke, he gave me a quick preview: “Hopefully, there will be a lot of dancing. Music will be involved.”
Atlanta natives Blackberry Smoke is taking the stage at House of Blues tonight. We spoke to lead singer Charlie Starr about their good friend Zac Brown and also got his answers to our random questions.
The musician who played with the likes of R.E.M. and The Posies is taking the stage at Club Dada on Friday. He spoke to us about his past drug use, the benefits of living in France, and why Wyoming might be useful during the apocalypse.
The hilarious star of Mad About You is bringing the funny Hyena’s this weekend. We got to hear his thoughts on his dream career, his famous co-stars, and more.
Ahead of North Texas’ homegrown opera starlet’s Baroque recital this weekend, we got to learn about her favorite city, the harrowing life of an opera singer, and why she doesn’t get Björk.
The Mother Hips are taking the stage at Dan’s Silverleaf tonight and we got guitarist Tim Bluhm to answer our fantastically odd questions.
Bernhardt will be conducting the Dallas Symphony Orchestra this weekend, and we got a chance to ask him about John Williams, baseball cards, why he loves Chattanooga, and more.
Cozy Hawks is taking the stage at Rubber Gloves this weekend after a brief hiatus. We spoke with lead singer Adam Bertholdi and had him answer our oddball questions.
Damien Echols, one of the West Memphis Three, spoke to us about his self-education in prison, tattoo adventures with Johnny Depp, and why he was surprised Laura Bush liked his book.
We spoke with the hip-hop duo before the highly-anticipated release party for their DiveHiFlyLo album at the Granada on Saturday.
Mystery Science Theater creator and star Joel Hodgson gave me a quick schooling on the origins of magicians in film, toxic adhesives, and why marijuana should be legalized.
I got to chat with Martin before the band’s show at the House of Blues and found that we vibed on the important stuff: the greatness of The Mask, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, and pasta.
Ahead of his show tonight at Dan’s Silverleaf, we ask Telegraph Canyon lead singer Chris Johnson about drugs, healthcare, global warming, and more.
From comedian Will Ferrell to the Belgian filmmakers Jean-Pierre and Luc Dardenne to legendary conceptual artist Lawrence Weiner, we have been fortunate to sit down with some pretty extraordinary individuals in 2012.
We have Better Than Ezra’s Kevin Griffin the FrontRow treatment before his show at House of Blues on Saturday night.
e threw our questions at this multi-faceted actor and found out his love of Billy Joel, Star Wars, and showtunes.
Of Montreal is bringing their show to The Granada tonight. We threw our questions at lead singer Kevin Barnes and got some interesting responses.
This comedian is filming her stand-up special at the Lakewood Theatre here in her hometown on Saturday. We got a preview of her humor for our Questions With series.
We spoke to Matisyahu about everything from ice hockey to LSD before his show tonight at House of Blues.
We chatted about everything from Disney’s acquisition of the Star Wars franchise to some of her favorite movies (Lion King was a top contender), before I asked her our standard set of random questions.
We spoke with David Larson, lead singer of the Swedish band, The Royal Concept, that burst on the scene this past year and is now trying to conquer America.
We asked soulful Louisiana crooner Marc Broussard about life, love, politics, and where he would live if global warming melted the ice caps.
Ghostland Obervatory’s playing at The Palladium Ballroom on Saturday. We got a chance to speak with Turner and pick his brain on all things random.
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