Spriester Sessions: Robert Earl Keen talks new album, writing and whether he’s a Texas music ‘legend’
He’s been recognized as a Texas legend, and while he may have retired from touring, he has a new album and will be performing on Labor Day. In this Spriester Sessions, Robert Earl Keen talks about his new album, his favorite record and how he wants to be remembered.
Eminem’s very first and extremely rare vinyl album will be auctioned off
Some may think that Eminem’s debut album was 1999′s “The Slim Shady,” but before the Detroit rapper was selling millions of albums worldwide, he was selling copies of his actual first album, 1996′s “Infinite,” out of the back of his car on the streets of Detroit.
Spirits giant Diageo seeks to cut ties with Sean 'Diddy' Combs amid lawsuit alleging racism
Spirits giant Diageo says it’s cutting ties with Sean “Diddy” Combs after the rapper and entrepreneur sued the company over allegations of racism in the handling of his liquor brands, according to a Tuesday court filing.
EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW: San Antonio’s Dawson Wayne talks about his experience on ‘American Idol’ so far
San Antonio’s Dawson Wayne sat down for an exclusive interview with KSAT days before “American Idol” fans will get to see his performance in Hawaii and will have a chance to send him to the next round.
Willie Nelson headlining 2023 Outlaw Music Festival Tour tour at 90 years old, will come to Texas
Texas country icon Willie Nelson isn’t planning on slowing down when he reaches 90 years old next month. This summer, Nelson will embark on the 2023 Outlaw Music Festival Tour, which will play two shows in Texas.
How Merry Clayton turned ‘Gimme Shelter’ by the Rolling Stones from good to legendary
Last year, news broke that 77-year-old rock ‘n’ roll legend and Rolling Stones member Mick Jagger had purchased a mansion in Florida for his girlfriend, which led to people on social media saying “Gimme Shelter” about the transaction.
Christine McVie was the best part of Fleetwood Mac
My parents introduced me to Fleetwood Mac at a very young age. Their 1997 live album, “The Dance,” was regularly played in my mom’s car on long roadtrips, and I immediately became enamored with the five-piece band. I thought it was so cool that the group had three lead singers, each with their own style and unique sound.
The Black Keys prove that midwest rock will never fade on new tour
“Let’s give it up for that midwest rock ‘n’ roll,” said The Black Keys frontman Dan Auerbach halfway through their headlining show at Michigan’s Pine Knob Music Theater, a venue that is known for hosting legendary Detroit rockers for over 50 years.