Thanks to all who came out last night for the Triple Play show at The Kessler Theater! People on Vacation, Little Black Dress and Andrew Tinker put on amazing shows. Stay tuned for next month’s lineup.
Why is Triple Play important?
Well kids, the final Triple Play of the season is about to go down on March 22 at The Kessler Theater. Why is this series important?
It’s important because it’s a conscious effort to convene three distinct music centers into one night, in one venue.
It’s important because it celebrates local musicians actually in the playlist on a North Texas radio station and backed by a print partner committed to local music coverage.
It’s important because presenting shows like this is actually a part of the mission of KXT as a nonprofit radio station. Not having to answer to advertisers or corporate headquarters in another city has its privileges.
See ya March 22.
Fatty Fatty Fat-Fat.
(That episode of the Simpsons still makes me laugh.)
Seriously cool Denton band with a giggle-inducing name—Fatty Lumpkin—plays Friday night, January 27th at 2826 Arnetic, downtown Dallas. It’s the release of the trio’s new EP called Let It Play, and you’re going to experience a very cool show. You’re going to see Kelyn Crapp, who is an outstanding guitarist, along with bassist and vocalist Seth Myers (not Meyers; that Seth is on SNL) and drummer/percussionist Matt Dixon.
And it’s also the Dallas stop of this year’s Waka Winter Classic. You will ensure Fatty wins a spot at Wakarusa (the SXSW of the Ozarks) when you scream and yell and throw undergarments onstage. By the way, Kelyn is the guitarist for early KXT first-week-ever-on-the-air local music alum Andrew Tinker, whom you can see March 22nd at the Kessler.