Author: Edward Brown
Edward Brown writes about music, arts and news for a variety of publications. He’s an award-winning writer for the Fort Worth Weekly and volunteers for numerous Fort Worth nonprofits.
Artists navigate two seemingly conflicting paths. On one hand, the torchbearers are expected to light the way toward individuality and cultural relevance. But the realities of making a living in the visual arts can often seem tenuous at best. Local artist Aimee Cardoso has been navigating that path
Fort Worth has a history of producing world-class jazz musicians. Now, a new crop of jazzbos and torch singers continues to build on the legacy of T Bone Burnett, Dewey Redman, Ronald Shannon Jackson and Ornette Coleman, among others. For a first-hand perspective on our fair city’s relationship
We’ve parsed through the lineups and cut through the noise to bring you a monthly roundup of the best live shows in Fort Worth. OCTOBER 3 Texas Crossroads The Texas Crossroads concert series continues with performances by award-winning songwriter Josh Halverson , rising local star Abraham Alexander
Words fuel the artform of hip-hop. The strength of any rapper’s artistry lies in his or her ability to tell powerful stories, using poetic license to deliver messages that highlight societal injustices or simply recount life’s ups and downs. And Fort Worth’s rap landscape owes much to lyrical