Bob has been writing about music, books, and entertainment for the Houston Press since 1997, with an emphasis on classic rock. He used to have an incredible and luxurious mullet in college as well.
2 hours ago | Books
Plus a new "psychobiography" of Bob Dylan.
12 days ago | Bayou City
"A lot of those bands could write something offbeat, even dark, but it would still be catchy."
13 days ago | Books
Bop Apocalypse: Jazz, Race, The Beats, and Drugs By Martin Torgoff 432 pp. $26 Da Capo Press The nexus between artistic creativity and drug abuse is hardly a new or unplumbed concept. Nor the discussion of whether certain art can is created either...
14 days ago | Books
The final recent biography on the four Beatles is not the most cheerful of books.
20 days ago | Books
Texas Ingenuity: Lone Star Inventions, Inventors, and Innovators By Alan C. Elliott 240 pp, $21.99 The History Press If the state of Texas could talk, one of the things it might say is “You’re welcome, world.” After all, think of all the things en...
22 days ago | Books
Sex Pistols guitar-slinger Steve Jones pens short, sharp, shocking memoir.