We are very excited to share the Dallas Jazz Series 2013 -2014 season! Experience the Magic that a select few have been experiencing for the past four years with vocalist extraordinaire Angela Blair and Damon K. Clark, along with multi-instrumentalist, Joyce Spencer on soprano/alto sax, flute and vocals on Oct 5, 2013. From Premier Internationally Recognized Jazz Musicians to the top local Jazz talent, we invite you to join us this…See More
Old school vibe & modern feel. Darryl Anthony was born in Texas and moved to New York at the age of five. Living near Woodstock had a tremendous influence on Darryl's artistic & creative development. The mountains, surrounding landscape and free spirited people were a source of creative inspiration and reflection. Art and Design were a part of Darryl's youth which lead to an interest in playing guitar. Eventually Darryl relocated to New York City and embraced the vibrant, stimulating, diverse culture. After many years in NYC Darryl returned to Texas where he focused on oil painting and design. Following the pattern of his youth he returned to playing guitar and writing songs. Darryl's musical influences include many styles ranging from R&B, Rock, Folk, Jazz, Funk and Fusion. Unwilling to be "boxed in" Darryl writes songs that reflect a free and curious mind. The new album entitled "Free One" was written, recorded and produced by Darryl Anthony. Not letting go of his art & design roots Darryl also created the album cover and CD graphics. The songs were mastered by studio engineer CJ Jacobs in Florida. This EP includes various styles ranging from rock, funk, fusion instrumentals to acoustic/vocals. The full range of emotions is captured in this debut album. Enjoy the ride.
Honestly? Thanksgiving is mostly about watching football, stuffing yourself with turkey, having a few drinks, and arguing with your uncle. But often lost in those national pastimes is the actual “giving thanks” part. So GAPCo is getting ahead of the … Continue reading →
by Steven Doyle Kuby’s has been a Dallas institution since 1961 creating house-made sausages, offering cured meats, a large variety of salads and fresh meats in their delicatessen. A few years back Karl Kuby told us that he has a smoker … Continue reading →
by Steven Doyle One of my first visits to Kalachandji’s was as a college student, and it was Thanksgiving. The meal included a visit to the Krishna temple escorted by one of the many devotees who live in the neighboring … Continue reading →
If there’s one downside to fabulous, food-filled holiday celebrations, it’s the gurgles and groans of post-feasting indigestion. “We assume it’s because we overate, but for a lot of people, that pain and sick feeling may not be about how much … Continue reading →
by Steven Doyle Is there a thing called “pie season”? I know there is a Pie Council, possibly in the same vein as Garrison Keillor’s “Catsup Advisory Board” or his “American Duct Tape Council”. Pie Season to me would encompass … Continue reading →