The Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra is back at Bass Hall in Downtown Fort Worth for the first time since the start of the pandemic. It was also the first full capacity show at the venue.
The new 30,000 square-foot center boasts six spaces, including a 442-seat main hall and a 196-seat black box theater. The weekend-long celebration starts Thursday night. It’s a culmination of the city's 30-year-plan to present nationally touring shows and create a new home for its five resident art companies.
Sen. Cornyn took part in a roundtable discussion with venue owners, artists, and entertainment staff to hear about how the pandemic affected the Dallas live music scene and entertainment industry and discuss how the Save Our Stages Act funding has helped. He also talked about the states’ controversial abortion law and the exit from Afghanistan.
Ethan Payne has gone from a Make a Wish kid to a celebrated singer and songwriter. He's now an ambassador for the program that once helped him and will perform at a live benefit concert in Arlington in November.
Texas singer-songwriter Cas Haley has a new album, a concert coming up this weekend and quite a story to tell about his latest close encounters.
The Austin-based indie-folk duo Jonathan Clay and Zach Chance have a new EP out called Fireside with Louis L'Amour. They joined Good Day to share details and more.
He's just 17 years old but has the attention of the country music world thanks to a national TV appearance. North Texas native Austin Michael joined Good Day ahead of a show in Arlington.
Local singer and songwriter Jackie Castro is celebrating Mother's Day with a new song about her relationship with her parents. She said quarantine helped her slow down and finish her debut album -- Thank You For Your Patience.
Lynyrd Skynyrd was on a farewell tour before COVID-19. In a way, the pandemic convinced them they couldn't stop playing. Band member Rickey Medlocke joined Good Day to explain and to talk about upcoming shows at Billy Bobs.
2020 was a rough year for so many including R&B singer Kelly Price. She lost her grandfather to COVID-19 and her mother unexpectedly passed away. But she says through the heartache, she was also able to channel her creativity, create new music and keep her faith.
Noel Paul Stookey just released a new collection of his favorites from his long career. It's called Just Causes and pairs 15 socially conscious songs with non-profit organizations.
He took a break from his career to deal with anxiety and focus on himself. Now country music star Brett Eldredge is sharing his positive message at a perfect time.
The Ticket's George Dunham is teaming up with Country music artists Pat Green and Matt Boggs from Prophets and Outlaws to help out Texans in need. Their song "Little bit of love" is releasing on February 12th, 2021 with 100% of proceeds going to North Texas Food Bank. Mike & Sam caught up with them to talk about how this project came about. That's this week's Ticket Tuesday.
They won awards for their memorable songs in 'Dirty Dancing'. Now Franke Previte and John Denicola are coming together to raise money for the Pancreatic Cancer Action Network and other charities.
The brotherly duo For King and County is ready to celebrate their first Christmas album and a drive-in concert. Tickets for next month's show at Globe Life Field go on sale today. More: forkingandcountry.com
The opening of the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra’s Symphonic Series is almost upon us. It's been a whirlwind year for performers with a recent twist that many didn't see coming.
Live concerts are mostly on hold these days but Texas country singer-songwriter Cory Morrow found another way to connect with fans. He joins Good Day live on what he calls a 'Morrow Monday.'
The national Memorial Day concert is usually a spectacular event on the capital lawn to honor those who fought and died for our country. But another tradition must change because of the strange times we are living through. Actor Joe Mantegna and singer Trace Adkins talked to Good Day about this year's tribute. More: www.pbs.org/national-memorial-day-concert/
Blue October lead singer Justin Furstenfeld joins Good Day live from Houston to talk about a new documentary. He says while he was making hits there was a lot going on in his life and he wants to talk about it. More: getbackup.tv
Some high school orchestra students in North Texas came up with an innovative way to perform together during the pandemic.