1 day ago | Houston Music
Let's face it: for all its many virtues, Houston can be a lousy tourist town. The Ship Channel and the Med Center don’t quite scream “fun family vacation,” and the Galleria can burn through any visitor’s travel budget in a hurry. So when company c...
3 days ago | Hey, The Kids Like It
Did you know the Texas Lottery has its own Spotify profile? Neither did I, until I wanted to listen to some old Love & Rockets albums last week and discovered that the Lottery is also a Spotify advertiser. That part at least makes sense. But t...
5 days ago | Bayou City
DRIVIN' N' CRYIN' Satellite Bar, July 21 Like Dash Rip Rock, BoDeans, the Jayhawks, and a few others, Atlanta’s Drivin’ n’ Cryin’ belongs to that class of roots-rock bands formed in the mid-‘80s that never quite broke all the way through to the ma...
10 days ago | Texas Music
For Texas music fans, it’s hard to imagine two artists who represent what makes Texas music special in the first place more than the Reverend Horton Heat and Dale Watson. Beyond their perfectly styled pompadours and musical chops for days, both me...
12 days ago | Bayou City
WEIRD AL YANKOVIC Wortham Center (Brown Theater), July 14 Weird Al Yankovic has been lampooning acts, from The Knack to Robin Thicke, now currently residing in the “Where Are They Now?” file for three and a half decades and counting. His better-kn...
15 days ago | Bayou City
Finding a band surrounded by more mystique than the Grateful Dead would be a fool’s errand that could last longer than the average live Dead jam. Except there is no such thing as an “average” Dead jam. By fusing simple American folk music with bol...