4 days ago | Bayou City
D’Andre Gosey has been a drummer since he was banging on pots and pans as a toddler. Now in his mid-twenties, he teaches music (including the drumline) at Hines Caldwell Elementary School in Southwest Houston. “I really enjoy doing that,” he says....
12 days ago | Bayou City
Houston Whatever Fest takes over the streets around Warehouse Live and BBVA Compass Stadium this weekend hoping that when it’s over, it will be much less of an unknown quantity than it is today. Perhaps that’s a natural risk run by any event with ...
14 days ago | Bayou City
Houstonians have an attachment to Fitzgerald's like no other nightclub or entertainment venue in the city's history. Certainly readers of the Houston Press continually express an interest in the club disproportionate to its size, if not its histor...
18 days ago | Texas Music
Doug Sahm was one of the best evangelists for Texas music this state has ever known, but his mythical powers always seemed to dissolve at the state line. Certainly he was idolized and admired by many of his fellow musicians, had his fair share of ...
21 days ago | Texas Music
Of the more than 40 feature-length films at this year's Houston Cinema Arts Festival, eight — or approximately 20 percent — could safely be called “music movies”: one classic comedy starring a popular '90s rap duo, a new film about a Sinatra-style...
22 days ago | Concerts
Note: Chris Cornell, singer for Soundgarden and occasional solo artist, stopped by UH's Cullen Performance Hall Saturday night to sing some songs from his melancholy new LP, Higher Truth. Photographer Eric Sauseda was in the building...