A holiday tradition returns to Fort Worth next week. Grammy nominee Michael Martin Murphey will bring his Cowboy Christmas back to Bass Hall. It's a combination of poetry and song.
Reginald Smith, Jr. gives us a preview of this year's "Christmas Pops" show at Dallas Symphony Orchestra.
Royale Dance Academy of Dance is performing 'The Nutcracker' Saturday, December 7 and Sunday, December 8 at the Eisemann Center for Performing Arts.
He's been on Broadway, has a role on the FOX hit, Empire, and is putting out his own new music.
DSO has many things to offer this holiday season. The annual Christmas Pops concert is December 6 - 15. Also coming up is the latest Movie In Concert "Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone"
They're referred to as Bach meets Bon Jovi. The Dallas String Quartet performs contemporary classical and pop music using both traditional and electric strings. And the group just released its holiday album -- A Very Merry Christmas.
Critics called the last album by the group San Fermin ambitious and moving. They will celebrate their fourth release tonight in Dallas at the Kessler Theater.
Zane Williams returns to Good Day to share one of the new songs from his latest album. He's got a concert this week in at the Courtyard Theater in Plano.
You won't want to miss the award-winning musical "A Chorus Line" about the true lives of onstage Broadway stars. The production is directed by one of the original Broadway cast members. It's showing in Irving tonight.
Christopher Goodpasture has performed across the country including at the Kennedy Center in Washington D.C. He's praised by the Washington Post for his sparkling performances. And today he joins the Dallas Chamber Symphony to begin its 8th season.
He is a Fort Worth singer and songwriter known for his high-energy shows. Josh Weathers also just put out his first album in a decade. He gave Good Day a preview of one of the songs.
From the band Castro with her brothers, Jackie Castro is now launching a solo career. She's back on Good Day to celebrate with her new single. She says the song Romanticize is a song for all the hopeless romantics out there.
IMAJ is playing the main stage Sunday, October 13 at the State Fair of Texas. This year she will be opening for Billy Ray Cyrus. Here's more about her upcoming performance: https://bigtex.com/event/imaj-3/2019-10-13/
Country singer IMAJ is performing at the State Fair of Texas again. This time, she's opening for Billy Ray Cyrus.
Erica Campbell's newest anthem-like song speaks to the desperate need for healing in our country. She performed "Praying and Believing" for Good Day. With so much division and hate, the song really soothes collective souls.
Today's band is a family affair. A couple of members of the band Matthew Bell & the Next of Kin are brothers-in-law in real life. They have four local shows coming up soon to celebrate the release of their debut CD titled "Hear the Sunrise."
It's brats, pretzels, strudel, schnitzel and so much more. It's Fort Worth's Oktoberfest and it starts Thursday. The three-day celebration also brings a nationally known Oktoberfest performer to town. Alex Meixner gave Good Day a preview.
Good Day welcomes back the queens of western swing. The Quebe Sisters have a new album out. Their music has taken them around the world. They call this new album a "New Direction."
The Addison Oktoberfest is the largest and oldest Oktoberfest in North Texas. It's also one of the most authentic outside of Munich. The festival kicks off Thursday and runs through Sunday.
The Houston band The Powell Brothers will frequent North Texas over the next month. On Sunday, they'll perform live at AT&T Stadium before the Cowboys game and then they'll be at the State Fair of Texas. But first, they gave Good Day a preview of their latest single.