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Photos by Ronnie Jackson Dallas Market Hall – Dallas, TX / May 5th – 7th 2017 The Dallas International Guitar Festival Celebrates it’s 40th Anniversary in Style Ted Nugent – Photo by Ronnie Jackson List of all performers can be found here.

– Words by Jordan Buford / Photos by Ronnie Jackson Gexa Energy Pavilion – Dallas, TX / Sunday, August 30, 2015 When you think about it, few people have managed to parlay their time on a singing competition or some sort of talent-based reality show into an actual career. Most winners are forgotten pretty quickly, somet…

– Photos by Ronnie Jackson – Words by Jordan Buford – The Bomb Factory (Dallas, TX) – Wednesday, July 8, 2015 Barely more than a month before, We Are Harlot had been in Dallas to kick off a festival an area radio station was putting on. This Wednesday night, they were back, this time to open for 3 Doors Down and Seethe…

– Words by Jordan Buford / Photos by Ronnie Jackson – Allen Event Center / Sunday, April 11, 2015     The Allen Events Center was buzzing this night. The venue in the suburbs of Dallas is known to get some high-class acts in from time to time, and this night it was hosting a legend. Bryan Adams was bringing his tour in…

– Words by Jordan Buford / Photos by Ronnie Jackson – Thursday, November 6th, 2014 – It’s not that often that you get to see a truly legendary band. Probably because there aren’t that many out there anymore, and out of those that do still exist, not all of them tour. But this night, in the Dallas suburb of Allen at the…

Exit 380’s New Album, Photomaps, Available Exclusively on Vinyl – Words by Jordan Buford // Photos by Brooke Adams, James Villa and Ronnie Jackson – It was right at noon when I pulled up in front of a house somewhere in the city of Murphy, Texas. Upon stepping out of my car, I noticed a sign in the front yard. “Yard of…

Kid Rock, Uncle Kracker, Jamey Johnson Band Gexa Energy Pavilion (Dallas, TX) – Words and Photos by Ronnie Jackson – “Kid Rock’s ‘Best Night Ever’ Tour“ The American $5 bill has been referred to as a “fin“; the $10 bill as a “sawbuck,”; the $20 bill as a “dub“. Shadow dancing behind a backdrop of a twenty as part of hi…