Music Articles Archive


Chalk Waco Brings Local Art to Downtown Waco

In 2019, the initial pilot project that’s become Chalk Waco was the brainchild of MC Art Supplies, the Central Texas Artist Collective, Cultivate 7twelve, and…


Song of the Week: “All of Me” by the Waco Early Jazz Quartet

The Waco Early Jazz Quartet (WEJQ) is Simon Burris (trumpet), Alex Thiltges (guitar), Bob Kane (bass), and Theresa Kennedy (vocals). The group has played together…

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Song of the Week: “Any Other Guy” by Larissa Boyd

Larissa Boyd is a young up-and-coming country artist, who has released original songs such as “Any Other Guy.”


Song of the Week: “Coping Hazards” by Rad Dragon

Rad Dragon was formed in 2018 and consists of Josh Riddle (vocals/rhythm guitar), Austin Parker (bass), Bryce Buchmeyer (lead guitar), and Zack Zajicek (drums).


Song of the Week: “Trunk Sang” by Pirscription

Payton Bryce, aka “Pirscription,” was born in Clifton, Texas, and grew up in the Central Texas area, his “turf.” His upbringing in a small Texas…


Song of the Week: “Grounded” by Far From Reach

Far From Reach consists of five members who have been making music together since 2018: Cassie Monaghan (vocals), Ignacio “Nacho” Gonzales (bass), Lawrence “Lenny/Sexy Pants”…


Song of the Week: “9Lives” by Zet Zero

If you’ve seen local shows with The Dimaggios or Space Cops on the bill, Zet Zero has likely been there too. The post-punk band formed…

Waco Cultural Arts Fest 2021: A Healthy Dose of Happiness

The 2021 Waco Cultural Arts Fest (WCAF) runs from October 15 – 17 in Indian Spring Park along the Brazos River.


Song of the Week: “Etude 11” by Frank Exum

You might be familiar with Frank Exum thanks to the Exum Studio of Guitar, which provides private guitar lessons to Waco music lovers. Or you…


Song of the Week: “Remember Her Name” by Mickey Guyton

Mickey Guyton may have lived in Crawford, next to then-Texas Governor George W. Bush’s ranch, but she’s spent 10 years in Nashville trying to make…


Song of the Week: “Dream a Little Dream of Me” by Jennifer Pisarcik 

“Dream a Little Dream of Me,” first recorded by Ozzie Nelson in 1931 and popularized by Ella Fitzgerald and Doris Day, is a relaxing melody…


Song of the Week: “Amanda” by Sundae Drivers

Sundae Drivers was formed by six friends from West, Texas, who play their own style of Americana as demonstrated in the song “Amanda.”