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Yabba ABBA Do!

The last time we took a 40-year break from something, it was being heterosexual. But that’s how long it’s been since ABBA released their last studio album. Well, that all ends today and we’re stoked. We got a preview copy of Voyage and listened to it all day yesterday while car shopping. It’s exciting to hear new music, but also […]

Grass Half Full

Living only a few blocks from the Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden, we’re used to hearing music dancing on the wind and into our back yard every Thursday night from spring to fall. But last year, silence. One of the many casualties of the pandemic was the cancellation of Cool Thursdays. The wildly popular outdoor concert series makes its triumphant […]

ABBA-solutely Fabulous

Is it possible to ever have too much ABBA? The answer, of course, will always be, “NEVER!” Tonight, tomorrow night, and Sunday afternoon, the Dallas Symphony Orchestra and Finnish vocal group Rajaton (pictured) present Music of ABBA, a sensational blend of pop and orchestral maneuvers in the dark. For a sampling of what to expect, check out Rajaton performing with the Toronto Symphony a […]

Cher-ing Is Caring

Our love for Cher’s new album falls somewhere between our passion for puppies and vodka. Which is pretty much the highest praise possible. We just finished listening to the entire album, Dancing Queen, out this Friday. The 10-song compilation of ABBA cover tunes might be the most epically perfect pairing in the history of the world. Words can’t even describe how […]

Poetry In Motion

And now, a hot July haiku on the Mamma Mia! sequel. Silly, fun, escapist. The exact movie we need. ABBA. Meryl. Cher.     Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again Opens today in theaters all over Dallas/Fort Worth mamamiamovie.com Photo Credit: Universal Studios

No More F*#king ABBA! (OK, Maybe A Little)

The best drag queen road-trip movie ever (sorry, To Wong Foo) makes for one of the best stage musicals ever, too. Go figure. We’ve seen the Broadway version of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert and loved it (especially the part where they pulled us onstage to dance in a musical number). But we’re thrilled to see it on a smaller scale with […]