Andy Mineo Is For The People

Politicians would dream of the crowd Andy Mineo recently had at his show at the Texas Theater on the campus of The University of Texas at Arlington. College and high school kids got hyped next to middle-aged people, some with their children. The hands bobbing in the air, from the front row to the back... Continue Reading →

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Lecrae Is One of The Most Influential Men In America

Bun B, Kendrick Lamar, Big K.R.I.T. Tim Keller, John Piper, Louie Giglio. Bubba Watson, Justin Forsett, Steph Curry. The first three: famous, critically-acclaimed rappers. Keller, Piper, and Giglio? Well-known white pastors in their 50s and 60s. Two-time Masters champion Watson, Baltimore Ravens running back Forsett, and newly-crowned NBA MVP Curry round out the group. The... Continue Reading →

Top Albums of 2017 – 5-1

My Top 5 features a few artists you would expect and a few you wouldn't. As always, there's a band that I would have never guessed I would put in a Top 10 list (The National) and some that I absolutely would have expected (Jd McPherson, U2, and Jason Isbell) and then a newcomer (Julien... Continue Reading →

Every Cold War Kids Song, Ranked

Cold War Kids have been one of my favorite bands since I first started listening to them in 2007. I've anticipated the release of each of their new albums, and even when an album has disappointed me a bit, they still have redeeming qualities because CWK is such a brilliant band. So, with the release... Continue Reading →

Top Ten Albums of 2016

I will remember 2016 musically as the year of the unexpected album. There were great releases from bands that we thought were never going to get back together (A Tribe Called Quest), bands that I thought were well past releasing anything worth listening to (Radiohead), and a guy who I haven't liked anything else he's... Continue Reading →

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