Archive for June, 2013

The Gets at The Jack Daniel’s Saloon

Posted by    |    June 27th, 2013 at 5:34 pm

gets2If you’ve never heard of or listened to Dallas’ The Gets I would like to use part of their bio as an introductory description of them and their music. “Imagine gliding on the wind in a kaleidoscope sky with your own special parade of garden gnomes dancing, singing, and giggling behind you. While surfacing on the horizon is a unique sense of the unknown yet every inch of the universe combines well enough through this spectrum to restore confidence in each step you take closer to inner-self peace and happiness….and since you’re there, say hello to THE GETS!!”

While my experience listening to their music wasn’t quite as ethereal, the description does allow you to get a feel for their the rock/acoustic,indie,experimental sound. The Gets will be bringing their upbeat and eclectic sound the the Jack Daniel’s Saloon July 5th, giving you a fun addition to your 4th of July Weekend. Go here to check out some of their songs and other upcoming shows.

When: Friday July 5th, 8pm

Where: Jack Daniel’s Saloon

Tickets: 8$


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OMG Music Fest 2013

Posted by    |    June 26th, 2013 at 12:00 pm

omgThe second annual OMG Music Fest is coming to Dallas this Saturday at the South Side Music Hall and will be showcasing a variety of up an coming talent.  This all day event will feature 14 different acts with a meet and greet opportunity with all the artists before the show with proceeds from the show benefitting the Brother’s In Strength charity.

Brother’s in Strength is a not-for-profit corporation dedicated to the overall health and wellness of children and their familes with a history of drug and alcohol abuse and violence. BIS is developing residential treatment centers in South Texas to house and provide treatment for children that have been abandoned and abused that are in the custody of Texas Child Protective Services.

Hosted by Macdemy and Lisa McQueen this event will be a great way to support the dreams and efforts of new talent as well as a support a good cause.


Mac Miller’s Space Migration Tour with Chance the Rapper and The Internet

Posted by    |    June 25th, 2013 at 6:03 pm

This Wednesday the Palladium is going to be lit up with energy and rhymes as they welcome Pittsburg’s own Mac Miller and his Space Migration tour featuring Chance the Raper and The Internet.


Mac Millers talent for rhyming has been generating buzz since 2007 when he released his first two solo albums The Jukebox and Highlife, this combined with the reputation he built within the Pittsburg freestyle/battle circuit  landed him a record deal with Rostrum Records in 2010.

Since then his early local buzz and social media dominance have translated into sold out shows across the world and given Mac the title of the first independent artist since 1995 to debut atop the Billboard charts with his album “Blue Slide Park“, all happening with little to no radio play. Take a listen to Mac’s newest album Watching Movies with the Sound Off and check out the  t teaser from his Macadelic tour if you can’t wait for Wednesday.


The Trinity, Images from a Dallas Treasure at the Janette Kennedy Gallery

Posted by    |    June 6th, 2013 at 8:44 pm

trinity river photo contest

1st Place winner in Forest/Prairie, Youth category, Thomas Jay Shipp

View the stunning, national treasure through the eyes of young photographers at an annual photo contest started by the late Jeff West, former vice president at Matthews Southwest.

Winners from the Trinity River Photo Contest will be on display starting Thursday, June 23. School-age children were encouraged to get outside and enjoy the beautiful natural resources we have in Dallas while keeping them challenged during the summer months with an action-oriented project. Featured photographs from the contest will be on display at the Janette Kennedy Gallery in South Side on Lamar this month, encouraging students while capturing a region undergoing great change.

Exhibition dates: June 23 – July 9. Reception: June 27, 2013 from 6:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.