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Cory Graves

White Noise.

Catch Local Musicians All Over Your TV Dial This Week. Get your DVRs ready, folks. Why? Well, a few reasons, actually.In case you missed it the first time arou...

Songs About Dallas.

The Story Behind The Chili's Baby Back Ribs Jingle. There are a ton of songs about or inspired by Dallas, and they say a lot about who we are. So each wee...

Buzz Rankings: 11/29.

This Week SymbolycOne Beats Out The Competition. Each week, we take a survey of the local music scene and try to determine which acts in town are really puttin...

Big & Bright.

A Light Discussion With The Creative Minds Behind The City's Most Prominent Skyline Features. Thanks, in part, to contracts with groups like ZZ Top, Led Zeppel...

White Noise.

Changes Abound, Symbolyc One Drops Another Big Beat and New Albums Are Everywhere. The local music landscape is most certainly an ever-changing one. Keeping up...

Buzz Rankings: 11/22.

Once Again A.Dd+ Comes Out On Top. Each week, we take a survey of the local music scene and try to determine which acts in town are really putting in work and ...

White Noise.

Musicians Turn to Film, Big Fiction Needs Help and Bro Fest May Change Its Name. If last weekend's Rock Lottery proceedings did nothing else, at least the...

Luck Of The Draw.

Scenes From Saturday's Rock Lottery 11 at Dan's Silverleaf. When Ryan Thomas Becker, Issac Hoskins, Midlake's Mckenzie Smith, Pinebox Serenade's Chris Welch an...

Let The Good Times Roll.

Looking Back At Nine Years Of Memories With Members of The Double Wide Crew. Everyone remembers their first Yoo-hoo Yeehaw. "This doesn't taste like alcohol...

Songs About Dallas.

Bowling For Soup's Ohio (Come Back To Texas). There are a ton of songs about or inspired by Dallas, and they say a lot about who we are. So each week in t...

Cory Graves

Associate Editor

Cory Graves is the Associate Editor at Central Track. He enjoys not only writing about Dallas and its local music scene, but being a part of it as a member of the band Vandoliers. Courtney Love once referred to him onstage as “my fucking therapist,” which he immediately put on his resume.

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