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JAN. 17

Will Rogers Memorial Center

Fort Worth Stock Show and Rodeo

CALENDAR Winspear Opera House

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Ayodele Casel, courtesy of AT&T Performing Arts Center

Ronald K. Brown Evidence Dance Company

This 23-day extravaganza is filled with Old West tradition and history. For 118 years, it’s been nation’s oldest livestock show, now featuring more than 22,000 head of world-class livestock on exhibition and professional rodeo action. Enjoy interactive educational exhibits, live music, a carnival, great food, nearly 200,000 square feet of shopping and more.

Choreographer Ronald K. Brown and his New York-based contemporary dance ensemble, Evidence, celebrate the music of Stevie Wonder. Brown’s stories and movements express traditional themes of community, ritual and all that has gone before. His choreography, Grace, was recently seen in Dallas as performed by the Alvin Ailey American Dance Company.

JAN. 1–4

JAN. 14–18

JAN. 17

JAN. 23

Winspear Opera House

Bass Hall (Fort Worth)

Granada Theater

Majestic Theater

Theatrics, technology and percussion merge in an experience described as “visually stunning,” “wildly inventive” and “hysterically funny.”

Based on the animated classic, millions of fans have seen the Broadway show. Experience the music, romance and enchantment of this new production.

These guitar heroes inventively mix their two genres: blues/jazz and rock in a musical showcase based on their 2014 album, Eclectic.

“The ultimate Beatles tribute band” looks and sounds close to the original Fab Four and has brought the Beatles’ music to audiences around the world.

Blue Man Group

Disney’s Beauty and the Beast

JAN. 2

A Night of Hope with Joel and Victoria Osteen

Eric Johnson and Mike Stern

The Fab Four

JAN. 18 JAN. 15

Mario Frangoulis

Anjelah Johnson

JAN. 23–25

Fair Park Music Hall

Kenny G, Fort Worth Symphony Bass Hall (Fort Worth)

Join an evening of worship with the pastor of America’s largest church who ministers to millions via broadcasts, books and podcasts.

The crossover tenor who performs all genres is best known for “Vicero, Perdero.” He starred in De-Lovely, singing “So In Love” with Lara Fabian.

The former NFL cheerleader earned comedic stripes on MADtv. Among her best-known characters are Tammy, the sharp-tongued nail salon employee and Bon Qui Qui.

JAN. 8­–11

JAN. 15–18

JAN. 22

JAN. 26

Improv (Addison)

American Airlines Center

Bass Hall (Fort Worth)

Jaap van Zweden conducts pianist Conrad Tao in Rachmaninoff’s virtuosic concerto and Carlos Chávez’s Sinfonia India.

This human sound effect machine is an offthe-wall, animated character that points out the absurdity in an illogical, pop-culture-obsessed world.

As one of the most prolific pop artists of all time, the Piano Man brings his cache of hits including “My Life,” “Allentown,” and “Uptown Girl.”

Remember Miller, Goodman, Shaw, Dorsey and more in this 1940s musical revue complete with a 19-piece big band, authentic costumes and dancing.

JAN. 9

JAN. 16

American Airlines Center

Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini, Dallas Symphony Meyerson Symphony Center

Toby Keith, Lady Antebellum, Big & Rich, Brett Eldredge Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center

Country stars join forces for CMT’s Ultimate Kickoff Party Live during festivities surrounding the college football national championship. JAN. 10–11

Lenny Kravitz, Sting American Airlines Center

Two major rock stars headline one concert each for the College Football Playoff weekend as part of AT&T Playoff Playlist Live concert series.

Winspear Opera House

Pablo Francisco

Billy Joel

The Grammy-winning smooth jazz saxophonist is one of the best-selling artists of all time with over 75 million record sales worldwide.

In the Mood

JAN. 22

Dennis DeYoung and the Music of Styx

Russell Peters

JAN. 30

Verizon Theatre at Grand Prairie

Big Head Todd and the Monsters House of Blues

Founding member DeYoung brings Styx’s hits to the stage, including favorites such as “Come Sail Away,” “Lady,” “Babe” and more.

The Canadian actor and comedian uses humor to highlight stereotypes and is a TV favorite with specials on Showtime and performances on Comedy Central.

JAN. 16

JAN. 23

Arlington Music Hall

Kessler Theater

Paula Poundstone

Their bouncy calling card, “Let Your Love Flow” became a ‘70s sunshine anthem. Since then they’ve cranked out a steady stream of country and pop hits.

The Austin-based six-string guitar master, accomplished songwriter and gifted singer rose to fame following an Austin City Limits performance.

City Performance Hall

Eisemann Center (Richardson)

The Bellamy Brothers

Monte Montgomery

The Colorado band that formed in the mid-‘80s has a deep following of fans of its rock-blues sound. Its 1993 album Sister Sweetly went platinum. JAN. 31

The American stand-up comedian, heard weekly on NPR’s Wait, Wait, Don’t Tell Me, is known for her wry humor and quick, often spontaneous wit.

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Dallas Hotel Magazine - Winter 2015  

In this issue we catch up with actress Linda Gray, who played Sue Ellen Ewing on both the original "Dallas" TV series and the recent reboot....

Dallas Hotel Magazine - Winter 2015  

In this issue we catch up with actress Linda Gray, who played Sue Ellen Ewing on both the original "Dallas" TV series and the recent reboot....